Boston Marathon Bombings

Martin Richard's Parents Invite Kids, Families To Promote PeaceMartin Richard’s parents announced a new initiative Monday inviting kids and families to promote peace through acts of kindness and service projects.
Judge In Tsarnaev Trial Rejects Bid To Make Juror Names PublicThe judge says the jurors' names eventually will be made public
Keller @ Large: Boston Marathon Bomber's Appeal Is AbsurdLet’s consider the complete absurdity of the argument they’re making – on our dime, of course.
Marathon Bomber Lawyers Ask For New Trial Outside BostonA filing by the lawyers on Monday explains their push for a new trial for Tsarnaev, who was sentenced to death.
Boston Marathon Bombing Trial Juror: 'Justice Was Indeed Served'WBZ-TV's Jim Armstrong has the first interview with a juror from the Boston Marathon bombing trial.
Gyllenhaal Likely To Play Jeff Bauman In 'Stronger'Actor Jake Gyllenhaal is likely to play Jeff Bauman in Lionsgate's "Stronger" about the Boston Marathon bombing survivor who lost both of his legs in the explosions, according to Variety.
Plan For Second Trial For Boston Marathon Bomber Prompts BacklashThe Middlesex District Attorney said she believes it's important to prosecute Tsarnaev in state court for killing MIT Officer Sean Collier.
Gov. Baker Honors Soldier For Heroism After Boston Marathon BombingsAt the State House Wednesday, there was a special honor for a National Guard soldier-turned-Boston Marathon bombing hero.
Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's Lawyers File Motion For New TrialThe motion filed Monday afternoon does not include any details about the defense’s reason for a new trial.
Keller @ Large: Not An ApologyI cannot let the convicted Marathon mass-murderer’s so-called “apology” pass without a few observations.
Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Moved To Colorado PrisonBoston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been moved to a prison in Florence, Colo., the Federal Bureau of Prisons has confirmed.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Apologizes For Boston Marathon BombingsBoston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized Wednesday in his first public statement since the attacks in April 2013.