boston marathon explosion victims

Under Massachusetts' unique health care system , 96 percent of state residents had some form of health insurance to protect
The victims of the Boston Marathon bombing have endured pain and injury but they may be spared further insult in the form of huge medical bills, thanks to Massachusetts' unique health care system.
The most severely injured bombing victims likely will suffer lifelong health problems or disabilities as a result of their
Tuesday evening, hundreds of friends, family members and neighbors gathered to remember 8-year-old Martin Richard, the youngest victim of Monday's attack, with a sea of candles and American flags.
Scroll through the gallery for photos of vigils and moments of silence around the nation. Communities nationwide are feeling
The explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday claimed three lives and injured 176 people, many of whom are facing amputations