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Boston Marathon 2013

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Photos of Boston’s Moment of Silence

At 2:50 p.m. Monday afternoon, Massachusetts observed a moment of silence in honor of the Boston Marathon victims at the request of Gov. Patrick, Mayor […]

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Read the Criminal Complaint Filed Against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Amid a lot of confusion about the exact events on Monday, Thursday, and Friday, the criminal complaint, written by FBI Special Agent Daniel R. Genck, […]

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When Times Get Tough, Send People Lots of Pizza

When people give it their everything and push themselves to the limit to help others, the cure-all for their eventual exhaustion seems to be a […]

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Officials Weren’t Happy with the Crowd-Sourced Terrorist Hunting

In the wake of the near week-long search for those responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings, the practice of crowd-sourced terrorist hunting is getting some pretty poor […]

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Someone Is Selling a Facebook Page Dedicated to the Bombing Victims for $1,000

In the wake of the horrific Boston Marathon bombings, some people are trying to turn a profit off of a city that’s grieving. According to […]

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Hundreds Show Up to Block Protests at Bombing Victim’s Funeral

So far, the Westboro Baptist Church hasn’t followed through with their threats to picket memorial services and ceremonies held for the victims and families impacted […]

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Marathon Medical Costs Likely In the Millions

In the days since the Boston Marathon attacks, a lot of attention has (rightfully) been given to how amazing our city’s medical community is. The […]

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There Will Be a Moment of Silence to Mark One Week Since the Marathon Bombing

Gov. Deval Patrick and Mayor Tom Menino asked that Monday at 2:50 p.m., exactly one week since two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish […]

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Mayor Outlines Plan to Reopen Site of Marathon Bombings

Just under a week after two bombs went off on Boylston Street during the Boston Marathon, claiming the lives of three bystanders and injuring nearly […]

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State Police Release Helicopter Photos of Bombing Suspect on the Boat

After receiving a tip from a Watertown resident indicating that Boston Marathon bombing “Suspect 2” may have been hiding on his boat, parked in his backyard, Massachusetts […]

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How Today’s Front Pages Showed Boston’s Manhunt

As they did following Monday’s bombing, the nation’s newspapers, unsurprisingly, devoted their front pages to Boston this morning. Print newspapers have the awkward problem of […]

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Catch and ‘Relief’ in Watertown

As the ambulance transporting Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev rolled down Mount Auburn Street in Watertown late Friday night, hundreds of bystanders cheered and […]

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People Are Already Politicizing the Boston Lockdown

After the initial attacks at the Boston Marathon, there didn’t seem to be an easy way for politicians to show how the events proved their […]

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Watertown Lockdown: Neighborhood Feels Like ‘War Zone’ During Hunt For Suspect

Keith Richardson’s neighborhood is like a war zone. The Watertown resident lives in the midst of the cordoned off area that police and military officials […]

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Here’s What Boston Looked Like on Lockdown

To get a sense of just how disruptive the hunt for a suspect connected to the Boston Marathon bombing has become, just look at the […]