Kadyrov has taken to Instagram to comment on the Boston bombings case previously. In the wake of the tragedy, the Chechen
Ever since the Boston marathon bombings, the question I hear most often is "why would a Western-educated individual become so radicalized?" While everyone's path is unique, I wanted to share my journey, albeit from a female perspective, to help make sense of what has led -- for some -- to senseless acts of violence.
For Family Of Martin Richard, Loss And Love A Year After The Marathon Bombings. Part 1 - Metro - The Boston Globe
They had to be in that Boylston Street crowd on Marathon Day, up against the barricade, cheering passing runners. It is part
John Odom says he doesn't think of himself as a hero. The people who helped him survive the Boston Marathon bombing are the real heroes, he says, while his role is just to inspire other victims to recover. Yet it's this type of comment that makes him even more heroic.
After four tragically trying months, a family devastated by the Boston bombings has taken an incredibly inspiring step forward.
Jane Richard, Sister Of Youngest Boston Bombing Victim, Releases Inspiring First Photo Since Losing Leg (How To Help)
"[He] lives in my heart," she told Fr. Sean Connor, who led the Mass in Martin's honor in June. But they remain heartened
People accuse the magazine of choosing pretty pictures of a suspected terrorist to cause controversy and shift more copies. Well, a magazine hardly chooses its images in an attempt to decrease its circulation.
Feinberg’s upbeat sentiment comes at a critical time. Some of the victims, though, are optimistic that the money from the
Hours later, the FBI released images of bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Weeks after one suspect was dead
The magazine first surfaced in 2010 and is now on its 11th issue. Called the "Vanity Fair of terrorism," Inspire includes
Ibragim Todashev, Questioned In Connection With Marathon Bombings, Shot And Killed By FBI Agent: Reports
Taramiv also said that Todashev "felt inside he was going to get shot" by the FBI. By KYLE HIGHTOWER ORLANDO, Fla. — A man
It is hard to understand how Boston bomber suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could go from terrorist to teen heartthrob. So why have some teens taken to social networking channels with #freejahar? (Wrong spelling, but we get the point.)
(CBS News) Boston bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left a note claiming responsibility for the attack, reports CBS News
When investigators had their answers and Tsarnaev had already incriminated himself, only then did they read him his rights. He immediately fell silent, protecting the rights previously denied him.
The main victim, he said, is our sense of safety -- and the cost of that sense being shaken. Bill Maher ended Friday's episode