The road ahead for many Boston Marathon bombing survivors has been marked by recovery, resilience, and renaissance.
Boston Marathon bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was in federal court Thursday for his first public appearance in nearly a year and a half.
Marc Fucarile, seriously injured in the bombings, says he wants to see Tsarnaev in court soon.
The tragedy of the Boston Marathon bombings slowed them down, but it could not prevent the wedding of Marc Fucarile and Jen Regan.
Instead of leaving town to commemorate the Marathon bombings, they’re getting married at Fenway Park.
The last Boston Marathon bombing survivor still in the hospital is being discharged, exactly 100 days after the attack that killed three people and wounded more than 260.
The last of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing being cared for at Massachusetts General Hospital expressed both hope and uncertainty as he was discharged after six weeks of treatment.
One of the five Boston Marathon bombing survivors who remain in area hospitals one month after the attacks says he is staying positive despite a long road to recovery.
arc Fucarile lost his right leg above the knee in the Boston Marathon bombing, and doctors are still fighting to save his shattered left one. He has second- and third-degree burns and a piece of shrapnel lodged in his heart. He’s lost track of how many surgeries he’s had, with more still ahead.