The trial of 21-year-old accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is underway in Boston, and as his lawyer opened the defense by saying, "It was him," there's only one way this road is going. As per The New York Times, the question facing the jury is whether Tsarnaev will get life in prison or the death…
Today in news that only makes sense if you bash your head with a rock a few times, a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing was kicked out of retailer TJ Maxx over her service dog.
The new issue of Rolling Stone magazine features Boston Marathon bombing suspect Jahar Tsarnaev. Cue the shitstorm.
Expletive Yeah, Adrianne Haslet-Davis! The 32-year-old dance instructor who lost her foot in the Boston Marathon bombing is dealing with her new reality like a motherexpletiving Boss.
In the wake of events like today's, there's always an outpouring of "thoughts and prayers" and other sorts of well-intentioned signs of support from people all over social media that you almost get numb to it, if you're not already numb from the event itself.
Minutes after two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon at 2:50 p.m., reports started rolling in. We began this post soon after, with chronological updates continuing through the evening. Some photos might be graphic.