Boston marathon bombing

“Cascading collective trauma,” propelled by repeated police shootings, the 24-hour news cycle and social media, pushes against our ability to find closure and mentally heal.
Salaheddin Barhoum, 17, and Yassine Zaimi, 24, filed the suit last year after a cover featuring the two of them wearing backpacks ran after the April 15th bombing.
After being smeared on the front page of the NY Post, two young men are suing the NY Post for defamation.
Sources say the note reads as part manifesto, part suicide note, and part justification for the killing of innocent people—but we're sure some lovestruck teenagers will still find this very romantic indeed.
Many of the defenders of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are teenage girls who think that Dzhokhar is just too cute to be guilty, because—SURPRISE—teenagers are dumb.
Also, "al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine and other radical Islamist material" were found on his widow's computer.
The Boston Police Department said today that three new suspects have been taken into custody in connection with the Boston marathon bombing. [Updates Below]
Though they alerted the FBI about Tamerlan multiple times, it seems that Russian intelligence never shared the specifics of the conversations until after the bombings, despite repeated requests for additional information.
Larry David wrote a comedic op-ed in the Times this weekend nominally about Boston marathon bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's relationship with his mother. And it's kind of strange.
Officials tell NBC that Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told police that he and his brother discussed the idea of exploding the rest of their bombs in Times Square. [Update Below]
Massachusetts has outlawed the death penalty, but these federal charges will allow prosecutors to seek it.
"He was even trying to get the FBI [agent] to convert to Islam," the mother of deceased Boston Marathon bombing suspect Damerlan Tsarnaev says.
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