Boston Marathon Bombing
Boston Marathon Bombing survivor, Adrianne Haslet, was not pleased when she went to see the memorial the city put up on April 15 — because it was placed in the complete wrong spot. So, she went OFF on Boston in an Instagram rant, which you can watch right here.
The first full-length trailer for ‘Patriots Day’ has arrived. The movie chronicles the horrific 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Mark Wahlberg stars as a police officer who comes face-to-face with the terror unleashed that day and goes to great lengths to prevent the terrorists from striking again. Click to WATCH the trailer.
Tragedy struck America on Apr. 15, 2013 when the Boston Marathon was targeted in a vicious terrorist attack and three civilians sadly lost their lives . Now, scores of people on Twitter are remembering the awful day on the 3rd anniversary of the bombings. Click here to see their heartfelt tweets on One Boston Day.
Where were you on Apr. 15, 2013? That was the terrible day that America was moved to tears when brothers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev unleashed a terrorist attack on our beloved Boston Marathon, killing 3 people and injuring around 264 others. One Boston Day remembers those who lost their lives, and people on Twitter are honoring the dead and uniting for the city of Boston.
Convicted terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to the death penalty for his involvement in the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21, was found guilty of all 30 charges against him on April 8 in connection to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing that left 4 people dead and 264 injured. Of those 30 charges, a total of 17 came with the possibility of the death penalty, which Dzhokhar was sentenced to on Friday afternoon, May 15, in a Boston, Mass. courtroom.
So heartbreaking. Even though Dzhokhar Tsarnaev murdered little Martin Richard, parents Bill and Denise Richard do not want to see him get the death penalty. And they have a good reason.
Bill and Denise Richard, parents of Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard, are ready to move on with their lives. The couple wrote an emotional op-ed opposing the death penalty for their son’s murderer, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, so they can finally heal.
As the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev continues, more heartbreaking details of the six-year-old girl who was left dismembered in the blast have been revealed. The courageous paramedic who jumped to save little Jane Richard’s life using a stranger’s belt, left the jury stunned on March 9.
Matthew Patterson, a paramedic from Lynn Fire Department in Mass., described the horrific moment he discovered Jane Richard, now 8-years-old, in his testimony against Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21.
On April 21, 2014, runners hit the start line in Hopkinton, Massachusetts for the 118th Boston Marathon. Watch the live stream of the race here.
A year after the tragedy at Boston took place in 2013, about 36,000 runners headed to the starting line for the 2014 Boston Marathon at 9:30 EST on April 21. Runners and bystanders gathered close together remembering the horrifying events from the previous year, paying tribute to those who were lost, and celebrating the lives saved by running once again in the huge marathon.
The country was shaken to its core when two bombs exploded at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring an estimated 264 more. Now exactly one year later, some who were hurt in the explosions returning to the finish line after long, emotional rehabs, both mental and physical.
The perseverance of the victims of the 2013 Boston bombings were a source of inspiration just days after the tragic explosions and now, one year later, their strength and courage in the face of injuries — most of them serious — continues to fill the entire country with hope and warmth. Now as the emotions overflow on April 15, the day of the 2014 Boston Marathon, find out what many of these inspiring survivors — from Jane Richard to Nicole Gross — are up to.
Jane Richard’s recovery is bittersweet after the loss of her brother in the same tragedy, but she is making major progress in being able to walk again. Not only is she walking, she’s back to doing what she loves — dancing.
Jane Richard, 7, tragically lost her left leg in the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings that took her 8-year-old brother Martin Richard‘s life. In a happy update to the story, Jane has been released from the hospital and is walking again with the help of a prosthetic leg. Her family has revealed wonderful updates in the girl’s recovery.
New sobering images of a badly injured Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at the moment he was finally captured have hit the internet, showing the true face of terror.
In a new, never-before-seen picture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capture, the Boston bomber is emerging from his hiding spot, blood covering his face and his raised hand while a sniper laser is aimed directly at his head. It’s a stark, shocking reminder that Dzhokhar is not the rock star that Rolling Stone made him out to be.
‘Rolling Stone’ readers are outraged after the magazine decided to feature Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover.
Rolling Stone magazine is under fire for putting accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of its upcoming August 3 issue. Read on to find out what readers have to say about the controversial cover.
Dzhokhar seemed totally unphased when he appeared in court for the first time on July 10 since his horrific April 15 Boston Marathon bombings. Now victims are angered and say they want him to ‘suffer.’
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev isn’t sorry for killing four people and wounding more that 260 in the tragic April 15 bombings. In fact, he showed up to court smiling on July 10 and was seen smirking and yawning. Now victims and their families are outraged and want to seek justice even more.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev plead not guilty to 30 charges at his first court appearance, where he shockingly was seen smiling and blowing kisses at his family during his trial. Are you horrified by his behavior?
Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev plead not guilty when he was arraigned on July 10 for the April 15 attacks on the Boston Marathon, and he shocked witnesses who were present in the court. During his short trial, Dzhokhar was “smirking,” blowing kisses to his family, and appeared to be smiling. How awful.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev arrived for his first appearance in federal court in a white van. He will face 30 charges, as well as the family members of those who died in the tragic attacks.
Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev arrived for his first court appearance in Boston in a plain white van, accompanied by a motorcade to keep him safe. The bombing suspect will be arraigned on July 10 for the April 15 attacks on the Boston Marathon.
In moments of sheer terror and bloodshed during the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, one couple received life-changing news at the hospital after being severely injured — they were pregnant with their first child, months after trying to conceive. They revealed the good news on Father’s Day weekend.
Caroline Reinsch, 39, and Christian Williams, 41, were at the finish line of the Boston Marathon to cheer on a friend when two bombs exploded, injuring more than 200 innocent people and killing three. Both Caroline and Christian suffered serious leg injuries in the blasts, but news of their pregnancy and new baby replaced their fears and sadness with pure joy.