The 2018 Boston Marathon marks five years since two brothers detonated bombs near the race’s finish line.
Boston marks the 4th Anniversary of the marathon bombing.
Hillary, alone, hasn't the chutzpah, the energy, the political vision to marshal and inspire the collective spirit of America at this critical hour. So Hillary must, late in the day transform herself into Hillary the Team Leader.
So much of what our country stands for is found in Boston's history and throughout its streets today. As Americans we are bold, brave and yes, a little rebellious.
Bostonians in the aftermath of the Marathon bombing like to remind themselves that Boston is strong. A similar sentiment was echoed hundreds of miles to the south in New Orleans on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Its slogan is "Resilient New Orleans".
Vali echoed Mossalam's sentiments that the focus now should be on the victims and celebrating the relationships among faith
I quickly realized how lucky we are to live in a place where nature's fury forces us to take a break from work and condemns us to the comforts of our homes.
The second wave of media is here, and it is here to be our cyber public forum. We can read, watch, or listen to news pieces and then comment on and share them in a vocal way, making us all better-informed global citizens who can, in turn, choose to act.
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Today’s Pakistani Taliban attack on a Peshawar school has resulted in the deaths of at least 145, many of them children. In
It's been over 10 months since Boston Red Sox bullpen cop Steve Horgan raised his arms in triumph at David Ortiz's home run
There's a saying in Nichiren Buddhism that "Winter Always Turns to Spring." After this brutally cold, long winter, as the first anniversary of the Marathon Bombings drew near, there was evidence of the truth in that saying.
Ever since I started running I've made it a point to say "thank you" to every course marshal that points me in the right direction, volunteer that hands me a glass of cool water, spectator that cheers for me, and police officer that allows me safe passage through an intersection.
A million spectators and 36,000 runners Monday turned the page and brought some closure to this terrible tragedy which lives on in our hearts and souls and comes forth through our tears and broken voices.
Three runners preparing for the 2014 Boston Marathon joined HuffPost Live on April 18 to share their powerful definitions
The Boston Marathon bombings were earth-shattering to many because the unspeakable happened to people and in places where the unspeakable does not happen. It happened to people about whom the media regularly speaks at all.
"It's almost like it was written for this unfortunate event," Tyler said in an ESPN interview. Sing with me, sing for the
For more than a decade, I was a familiar face near the finish line. But last year, I missed the Boston Marathon.
By being lucky enough to have lived in and loved that city, I will always be Boston strong. To know the city is to love the city, and I look forward to celebrating hope, strength, and Bostonians on April 21.
People were screaming. Something had gone horribly wrong. Almost without thought, I left my dad and ran towards.