Security To Be Increased At Airports Across U.S.Airports across the U.S. will soon see increased security in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Belgium.
Shrewsbury Woman Describes Evacuating Airport After Brussels AttacksMariah Boisvert and her brother had a five-hour layover in Brussels before they expected to board a plane for New York.
Boston Police Commissioner Won't Run Marathon After Brussels AttacksBoston's top law enforcement official says the attacks in Belgium have added a sense of urgency to securing next month's Boston Marathon.
New Government Center MBTA Station A Model For Subway SecurityThe Government Center station boasts the latest, most high-tech security the T system has ever had.
Zakim Bridge Shines In Belgium's ColorsThe Massachusetts Department of Transportation announced that the bridge will be illuminated in the colors of Belgium's flag on Wednesday night.
State Department Issues European Travel AlertThe State Department has issued a travel alert for Americans planning to visit Europe in wake of the terrorist attacks that killed at least 31 people Tuesday in Brussels.
Keller @ Large: Is This The New Normal?Is what happened in Brussels the new normal? Jon looks at why it may be and what we need to do to make sure it isn't.
Keller @ Large: Our Fight Against ISIS Isn't WorkingJon says we don’t have the slightest idea what we’re doing in the fight against ISIS.
Keller @ Large: Pols On Brussels Terror AttacksA seemingly innocuous remark by the president was enough to divide the presidential field.
Quinnipiac Students From Mass. Run To Safety After Brussels Airport BlastsThree Massachusetts residents from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut were in the Brussels airport when bombs went off.
Security Increased In Boston In Wake Of Brussels AttacksAfter deadly explosions rocked a Brussels airport and subway station Tuesday morning, the MBTA said they are stepping up security in the wake of the terror attacks.
In Cuba, Obama Praises Boston's Response To Marathon BombingPresident Barack Obama attended a baseball game in Cuba after the terror attacks in Brussels Tuesday morning.
Several New England Students In Brussels Accounted For Following Deadly BlastsOfficials at Northeastern University confirmed that five students currently in Belgium are "safe and well" following terrorist attacks that killed at least 31 people in Brussels.