April 19, 2013
Shots were heard in Watertown, Massachusetts around 7 p.m. Friday night; by 8:45 p.m., cheering was heard as authorities apprehended Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Here's a comprehensive of his capture.
Online relief efforts such as #BostonHelps are inspiring, but haphazard and confusing. How San Francisco is building a social network — for disasters.
God bless the people of Boston.
Terrorism is "a species of psychological warfare waged through the media," says an expert.
"The situation is completely fluid, [so] you shut the hell up," says Prince.
Not well for the one being hunted. WARNING: Graphic images.
Whatever "it" happens to be.
Sometimes you need to get resourceful.
Even paranoids have real enemies. Especially in Russia.
A brief statement from Anzor Tsarnaev, father of Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, insisting that his sons were set up.
Nate Bell knows you gotta strike while the iron is tremendously insensitive. He also once quoted Hitler on Facebook.
Front pages across the country reported on the FBI identifying suspects in the Boston bombing. By the time many got their newspapers this morning, one of the suspects was already dead.
"This was apparently what was on his mind...days after the authorities say he bombed the Boston Marathon."
Harvard junior recalls lifeguarding with Boston bombing suspect, says he loved playing jokes on the swimmers.
This piece, by artist Noortje de Keijzer, will brighten your whole day.
You've been mixing them up for years. And frankly, they're sick of it.
Maret Tsarnaev, the aunt of Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, says her nephews "couldn't have done this."
These charities are providing care and support to victims of the marathon bombing, their families, and first responders still in the Boston area.
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.
Don't let the terrorists win, Boston.
"I used to smoke mad blunts with him." Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's acquaintances and former classmates react to the news on Twitter.
In unfamiliar hands, a familiar breaking news tool can wreak havoc.
What happens when you put a Big Mac, french fries, and Chicken McNuggets in a rice cooker? It's a take on a classic Japanese rice dish called Takikomi Gohan — and it looks delicious.
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.
So jealous of that dude who is face down on a pat of a butter on a giant waffle stack.
This is a great dinner party dish.
His last tweet was on April 17, and he wrote, "I'm a stress free kind of guy."
John Kerry, John Brennan, and other top national security team members at White House for "previously scheduled meeting," aide says.
The mystical division of the Justice League is up to their eyes in special guests.
Ruslan Tsarni angrily denounced the actions of his nephews and asked that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev turn himself in.
Secretary of state steers clear of foreign policy implications after Boston bombings.
"Front of the crib! Cop climbing to reach window!"
"Any attempt to draw a connection between Chechnya and Tsarnaevs — if they are guilty — is futile."
Thought shrink plastic was just for kids? Oh, how wrong you are. It's also perfect for making cheap and easy grown-up *bling*.
And one of them is atually tweeting threats at the Boston Police Department.
“It will help shed light on the weaknesses in our system … [and] how can we beef up security checks on people who would enter the United States," Iowa's Chuck Grassley says. Rubio's office acknowledges "legitimate policy questions," but says immigration reform will make the country safer.
One love, you guys.
Team Fortress 2, in swipes, clicks and stops.
As news breaks in Boston, White House staff convene.
"He was literally among the sweetest, most laid-back guys I've ever known."
Eric Machado, a high school friend of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev said no one expected that he could be a terrorist.
Told that one of his nephews was dead, the suspects' uncle told CBS in Boston, "He deserved his. He absolutely deserved his."
The entire story, start to finish — at least so far. A bad week gets worse.
Tweets from the scene of the shoot-out that reportedly left one of the suspected Boston marathon bombers dead.
Williams cites "overseas military training" while describing suspects in Boston marathon bombing. And the focus shifts from a missing Brown University student. Update: The family responds.
UPDATE: Reports of shots fired, suspect cornered in Watertown, Mass. “We believe this to be a terrorist. We believe this to be a man who has come here to kill people," says the police commissioner. [Last updated at 8:45 p.m.]
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MIT's newspaper The Tech says an officer is down and for those who are nearby to stay inside. Last update: Middlesex County District Attorney's Office says that the MIT officer has died. MIT Police have determined that the suspect in this shooting is no longer on campus.
The bomb squad was dispatched to investigate, just in case.