Boston Marathon Bombings
Strong Medicine is a digital archive of get well cards, photographs, reflections, and other media documenting the medical community’s response to the Boston Marathon bombings.
The American Red Cross shares helpful tips on how to prepare for the emotional struggles the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings may elicit.
We’re grateful to the survivors because by publicly sharing their stories of loss and recovery, they keep the essence of what happened that day in proper focus.
Boston Globe reporter David Abel talks about the glimpse he got into the lives of the family of Martin Richard, the youngest marathon bombing victim.
Dozens participated in a hockey tournament fundraiser in honor of Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard.
Federal prosecutors are requesting that attorneys for Dzhokar Tsarnaev notify them in writing if they plan to introduce any evidence that Tsarnaev had a mental illness.
The New York Times, citing an inspector general’s report, reported the Russian government had information about Tamerlan Tsarnaev two years before the attacks, but did not share it with the FBI.
Just days before the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, several people involved in the investigation that followed testified at a hearing on Capitol Hill.
To me, we seem stronger than ever.
The Boston sports teams stepped up following the Marathon Bombings in 2013, and helped a city begin the healing process.