Several court documents were unsealed Monday, including a trauma surgeon’s testimony about Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s condition three days after his capture.
Dias Kadyrbayev and Azamat Tazhayakov, former classmates and friends of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, were indicted today in the Boston Marathon case.
The cover has outraged many who see it as glorifying a terrorist. But what does the feature story reveal?
Watch injured policeman Dick Donohue, who was shot in a shootout with the Boston bombing suspects, lead the Boston Pops orchestra in a moving and rawkus rendition of Dropkick Murphys’ “I’m Shipping Up To Boston” last night.
And now we know Deval Patrick (reportedly) gets tipsy after a “glass of chardonnay or two.”
The “Bag Men” — who are decidedly not the Tsarnaev brothers — claim defamation.
Erika Brannock, a schoolteacher, lost part of her left leg in the explosions.
A 27-year-old who was fatally shot on Tuesday night had been questioned by the FBI about his connection to Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Update: Authorities say the man confessed to being involved with a brutal murder of Tsarnaev’s best friend in 2011.
If it’s not a Halloween race, and you’re running in a costume — and you beat me —I HATE YOU.
How the city marked one week since the deadly marathon explosions. (Click each Vine to play.)
It’s called “Nate Fights Terrorist” and the soundtrack is, of course, “America, Fuck Yeah!” Language NSFW.
The oft-controversial musician published a poem inspired by the Boston Marathon bombing suspect. As expected, response is mixed.
Five days to recover from both the run and the attack.
Competitors observe 30 second silence and pledge money to a fund for victims of the Boston attacks, amid heightened security.
Good times never seemed so good.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is in custody and hospitalized. He’s been charged with conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction against persons and property in the U.S. resulting in death. [Last Updated: April 22, 1:38 p.m.]
In his weekly address, the president says lasting memory of Boston bombings will be “stories of heroism and kindness; resolve and resilience; generosity and love.”
Late on Friday night, the president responds to two tragedies.
The last two hours of the manhunt for Dzokhar Tsarnaev felt like the Oscars on Twitter. Why that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
“The situation is completely fluid, [so] you shut the hell up,” says Prince.
Harvard junior recalls lifeguarding with Boston bombing suspect, says he loved playing jokes on the swimmers.
After a shoot-out Thursday night between police and the suspected Boston Marathon bombers, pro-gun groups see a political football. “‘Never let a crisis go to waste’ is their mantra,” says Brown.
“I used to smoke mad blunts with him.” Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s acquaintances and former classmates react to the news on Twitter.
The 26-year-old MIT police officer was shot several times in his vehicle around 10:30 p.m. Thursday night.
CNN has been an object of ridicule for its Boston Marathon bombing coverage. But new boss Jeff Zucker likely doesn’t mind, because people are watching: More than 1 million viewers have tuned in so far this week.
John Kerry, John Brennan, and other top national security team members at White House for “previously scheduled meeting,” aide says.
Secretary of state steers clear of foreign policy implications after Boston bombings.
As news breaks in Boston, White House staff convene.
The actor has been shooting his latest film in the Boston area.