Londoners returned to work today, as the subway system was back up (with a few stations closed) and buses were running. The death toll is now 50 people, at least, with 700 wounded. Police are investigating the blasts, noting that timers were used to set the bombs off and checking out links to Al Qaeda. There have been many distressing eyewitness accounts of being in the subway stations, in subway cars, on buses, and on the streets during the explosions. Londonist has been covering the story, with reports of hotel room gouging, how weekend shows were affected and one person's journey to work the day after. Further news on the London Attacks from BBC News and the NY Times.
Photo of tube carriage from the AP