Boston Marathon 2013

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Officials Will Seek the Death Penalty for Boston Bombing Suspect

Officials from the U.S. Department of Justice announced on Thursday—one day ahead of the intended deadline—that they would seek the death penalty in the case […]

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Death Penalty Decision Approaches in Marathon Bombing Case [UPDATED]

UPDATE, January 30, 3 p.m.: Officials from the United State Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts announced on Thursday—one day ahead of the official deadline—that they would seek […]

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Boston Bombing Survivor Jeff Bauman’s Book Is Coming Out Soon

Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman had a lot to be excited about Tuesday night. “I wore pants for the first time in [nine] months!,” […]

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Marathon Victim Runs On Her Own For The First Time Since April

There were some falls, which were to be expected, but Celeste Corcoran, one of the victims who lost both of her legs in the Boston […]

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Marathon Bombing Victim Proposes To Nurse He Met In the Hospital

During the healing process and through numerous surgeries, a lot of special bonds were formed between doctors and hospital workers and the victims they tended […]

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Study: Watching Wall-to-Wall Coverage of the Marathon Attack Was More Stressful than Being There

People who watched wall-to-wall news coverage after the Boston Marathon bombing were actually more likely to exhibit signs of acute stress than those who were […]

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The Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ‘Rolling Stone’ Cover Won Adweek’s ‘Hottest Cover of the Year’

Despite the outpouring of outrage from readers—most who were from the Boston area—being called out by Mayor Tom Menino, and having the issues stripped from […]

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Bill Maher on the Boston Marathon: ‘Your City Was Not Leveled by Godzilla’

Well, Bill Maher has done it again. The HBO host/troll has found a way to offend some large segment of the population. In this case, he […]

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Collier Strong: Donnie Wahlberg Narrates Short Film About MIT Officer’s Life

In a new mini-documentary honoring his legacy, family members of the MIT officer killed in the line of duty, in the days following the Boston Marathon […]

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The New Sports Illustrated Revisits the BPD Officers From Their Marathon Issue

  Sports Illustrated released the cover image for their November 11 issue Tuesday, and it’s a cool idea: They mark the Red Sox’ World Series […]

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New York Post Can’t Help If Readers Thought ‘Bag Men’ Were Bombing Suspects

The battle lines have been drawn in the Suffolk County lawsuit between the New York Post and two Massachusetts guys who claim the newspaper libeled them […]

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A Woman Who Dressed as a Marathon Victim for Halloween Gets Death Threats

The internet vigilantes who have terrorized Alicia Lynch ever since she posted a photo of herself dressed as a Boston Marathon victim for Halloween have done […]

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These People Are Considering Dressing Up As Dzhokhar Tsarnaev For Halloween

Halloween is Thursday, and people are scrambling at the last minute to figure out what they want to be. Over the weekend, two friends in […]

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The Next 26: One Charity Event for Every Mile of the Boston Marathon

Like most people in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, longtime friends Chris Mathison and Nicholas Leydon felt like they needed to do something […]

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There’s a New Temporary Memorial to Officer Sean Collier

Six months after his death, the Officer Collier Memorial Committee unveiled a temporary stone memorial to honor officer Sean Collier at the corners of Main St. and […]