After being unable to finish the Boston Marathon in 2013 because of the bombings, Elinor Scott-Sutter returned for the final mile in 2014 despite her pancreatic cancer.
Running represents a freedom for marathon bombing survivor Roseann Sdoia that she hasn’t known since she lost her leg in the attack.
A push by Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to move his trial outside Massachusetts has led to a war of words — and paper — between his lawyers and federal prosecutors.
A star college tennis player who was terribly injured in the Boston Marathon bombings is back on the court.
A New York Post cover on the Boston Marathon bombing called two Massachusetts residents “Bag Men.”
The sister of the accused Boston Marathon bombers has been arrested in New York.
Federal prosecutors are disputing arguments from lawyers for marathon bombing suspect Dzohkhar Tsarnaev that he cannot receive a fair trial in Boston.
The field for the 2015 Boston Marathon will be a little smaller than the 2014 race, the B.A.A. announced on Thursday.
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are making a second push to move his trial to Washington, D.C.
A man linked to a gun used to kill a university police officer days after the Boston Marathon bombings told police he smoked marijuana every day because, in his words, “my best friend was the bomber,” according to court documents.