Boston Marathon Bombings
Hundreds of runners are gearing up for a four-week, coast-to-coast relay race to honor three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombings and raise money for 260 people wounded when twin explosions went off near the finish line of the world’s oldest marathon.
The family of 8-year-old Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard announced Monday they have formed a charitable foundation in his honor.
The father of a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamarlan Tsarnaev has written a letter to President Obama demanding a full investigation into his son’s death.
The truth is we still have more questions than answers about what happened and why.
Federal prosecutors say the Boston Marathon bombing suspect should not get more time to decide whether to ask to move his trial out of the city.
Paul Norden, who along with his brother J.P. lost his right leg in the second Boston Marathon bombing blast, got engaged this weekend.
WBZ-TV has been awarded a prestigious, national duPont-Columbia Award for the station’s live coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombings and the tumultuous days that followed.
Two Boston sports-related items topped two separate most-Googled lists, though not for ideal reasons.
As much as I admire the journalism and the effort to cover new ground, the Globe’s Tsarnaev family story has nothing that we didn’t already learn eight months ago.
The Orlando prosecutor examining the death of a Chechen man shot to death by an FBI agent during questioning about a Boston Marathon bombing suspect won’t complete his review until next year.