A judge has agreed to postpone a probable cause hearing for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Updated May. 22, 2013
Three people were killed, including an 8-year-old boy, and more than 170 injured by two explosions just seconds apart near the Boston Marathon finish line.
“From the information I’ve received, the FBI … closed the case out. I can’t say that I would have come to a different conclusion,” Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis told the House Homeland Security Committee. With him was former Sen. Joseph Lieberman.
The information from the FBI might not have made any difference, the city’s police commissioner told Congress.
BOSTON – The body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing who died after a shootout with police last month, has been interred at an undisclosed location, the Worcester Police Department said Thursday morning.
In this Feb. 17, 2010, photo, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, left, Smiles after ac...
Witness Andrew Kitzenberg, an Edina native who lives in Watertown, Mass., posted this photo to his Twitter account with the caption: Officer are searching on Oak St. just a block from Laurel St.
A long night of drama unfolded early Friday outside the Watertown, Mass., apartment window of Edina native Andrew Kitzenberg as heavily armed law enforcers closed in on the two suspects in the deadly Boston Marathon bombings.
This image taken from video shows what the FBI are calling suspect number 1, front, in black cap, and suspect number 2, in white cap, back right, walking near each other through the crowd in Boston on April 15, 2013, before the explosions.
After the bombings in Boston
In Minnesota and around the globe, planners consider options in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Kevin Schooler, of Plymouth, at the start of Monday's Boston Marathon.
After running more than 26 miles, the Boston Marathon finish line was just ahead for Minnesota marathoner Pat Sauter. Then a “huge boom” shook the earth and brought him and a stream of other runners to a standstill.