Boston Marathon Bombing
Boston Bomber On Death Row Could Face Second Trial On State Charges
Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan plans to prosecute Dzokhar Tsarnaev for killing MIT police officer Sean Collier in what could become a rare case of a federal prisoner on death row facing another trial for state-level charges in the same incident.
Only Three Jurors Believed Tsarnaev's Central Defense – That He Was Under The Influence Of His Brother
The jury had to decide on a series of questions — including whether Tsarnaev intentionally targeted the marathon and acted in a "depraved manner" — before deciding to sentence him to death. One of those cut right to the heart of his defense.
An Excerpt From Masha Gessen’s New Book On The Tsarnaev Brothers
In this excerpt from The Brothers: The Road to an American Tragedy, journalist Masha Gessen recounts the Boston Marathon bombing’s immediate aftermath through the eyes of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s friends and classmates as they came to realize who was responsible.
Man Connected To Boston Bombing Suspect Shot, Allegedly Confessed To Brutal Murders Before Dying
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.
Confusion Surrounds Identity Of Third Boston Victim
A Chinese graduate student at Boston University was misidentified as the deceased. But according to Chinese media outlets, Zhao Danling has woken up from a coma and is conscious and communicating with visitors as she recovers at Boston Medical Center.