Jeff Bauman and Carlos Arredondo were captured in the now-iconic photo in the aftermath of the attack.
"It was important to me to be able to give back in that way and help other people get what I have.”
Western powers "are criminals and they only understand the language of force."
'Help Us Find Sunil Tripathi': The Story of a Family in a Web of Lies Following Boston Marathon Bombings
The chaotic confusion around the misidentification of Sunil Tripathi as a potential suspect led to what's now become a phenomenon that the power of social media has among journalists.
The millions fleeing ISIS and Bashar al-Assad need the government to get out of the way of their escape. The refugee program allows that escape and does not offer a promising avenue into the United States for would-be terrorists. It would be a tragedy if we were to lose sight of that.
Altogether -- 2015 has been one of the deadliest on record: 41 school shootings affecting tens of thousands of children, according to Erik Endress, CEO of Share911. We can't ignore the grim facts or enter into lengthy debates about gun policy. However, we can do something right now.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 21-year-old convicted of the deadly 2013 attack on the Boston Marathon, has spoken publicly for the
It's easy to believe in redemption for yourself. I mean, come on, you aren't that bad. But, do you believe redemption is possible for everyone?
How then can we reconcile the wildly disparate and seemingly arbitrary outcomes in such cases? How can we be sure that the ultimate punishment is reserved only for the "worst of the worst?"
The Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has been sentenced to death. The 21-year-old man who accompanied his brother on a journey of violence and terrorism will now live out the years of his appeals process until a lethal injection is administered to end his life. Certainly there are no winners.
Lockett's not the only one to suffer on the gurney: On Jan. 16, Ohio executed convicted rapist and murderer Dennis McGuire
"While the Boston Bar Association opposes use of the death penalty in any case, we respect that it was a difficult process
Steven W. Hawkins, executive director of Amnesty International USA, said Friday that Tsarnaev's sentencing "is not justice
The competing perspectives are familiar narratives that the defense and prosecution have carried through the trial since
They reaffirmed their opposition to capital punishment - a position the Episcopal Church has held since 1958. Massachusetts