After deliberating for about 14 and a half hours, a jury in Massachusetts has voted to put convicted Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death.
Here is cool and tough Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev channeling late-90’s MuchMusic by flipping off the camera in his jail cell in July 2013.
Dzhokhar “Jahar” Tsarnaev has been found guilty on all 30 counts stemming from the terrorist attack he and his brother orchestrated on the Boston Marathon. Several of the counts on which Tsarnaev was found guilty render him eligible for the death penalty. It took the jury only 11 hours to reach its verdict.
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…
On Wednesday, a woman who lost part of her leg during the Boston Marathon bombing took the stage and wowed the audience with her dance routine.
In the days and weeks that follow the Boston Marathon bombing, media outlets will begin the grim task of sorting through a matryoshka doll of personal tragedies, although one such doubly tragic storyline has already emerged: the race was dedicated to the 26 victims of the Newtown school shooting, and not only did nine…
IT'S ALL HAPPENING. Beyoncé launched her Mrs. Carter World Tour in Belgrade, Serbia, wearing what can best be described as an R. Crumb illustration of an outfit.
That's what New York Magazine's Dan Amira suggested earlier today when he shared the following tweet Rubin sent a little more than an hour after news of the Boston Marathon explosions started making the social media rounds:
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.