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.
The sisters-in-law of dead Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev testified on Thursday afternoon before a federal grand jury looking into the attack, their lawyer told The Associated Press.
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say federal prosecutors are withholding evidence they consider crucial to their defense.
The surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect, who faces a potential death penalty, is fighting to get access to investigative records that implicate his dead older brother in a triple slaying in 2011.
The alleged involvement of Tamerlan Tsarnaev in the killing in Waltham was disclosed in a government court filing made Monday.
The FBI is once again refuting suggestions that agents may have known the identities of Boston Marathon bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev before they allegedly shot and killed MIT police officer Sean Collier.
Six months later there are still bullet holes in the siding of homes. Some cars still bear the scars of a gun battle that took place in the middle of the street.
The alleged mastermind of the Boston Marathon bombings was in possession of right-wing American literature, according to research conducted by the BBC.
The FBI has determined it did all it could to investigate Tamerlan Tsarnaev in the years leading up to the Marathon Bombings, according to a report in The New York Times.