Today marks one year since the Boston Marathon bombing. In that time, federal prosecutors say they have collected a trove of evidence against suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Attorneys for the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect asked for more time to prepare their case against the death penalty.
Judge Jeanine Pirro's Opening Statement - a fierce reaction to the Rolling Stone magazine cover featuring the Boston bombing suspect.
Supporters of NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns movement held a rally to honor recent victims of gun violence. The problem? Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the Boston bombing suspects, was among the names on the victims list.
Special Report aired the first in a series called “Prying Eyes,” where Fox News’ Claudia Cowan digs deeper into the government’s data mining program. Tonight’s report focused on why the government was unable to connect the dots between the Boston bombing suspects in order to prevent it.
During a keynote talk about Kent State University, domestic terrorist Bill Ayers was asked what makes him different from the Boston bombers. Ayers said the Weather Underground bombings that he helped carry out 40 years ago have no resemblance the Boston Marathon bombings. The terrorist group set off bombs to protest the Vietnam War, killing three fellow terrorists, and has been linked to the murder of a police officer.
The widow of Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev said she's been informed that the Massachusetts Medical Examiner's Office is prepared to release Tsarnaev's remains.
According to The Weekly Standard, authorities are still investigating how much Tamerlan Tsarnaev's wife knew about the Boston bombings.
The report states that law enforcement officials now believe 24-year-old Katherine Russell Tsarnaeva called Tamerlan to let him know the FBI was looking for him after she saw his photos on the news.
Questions continue to come up about why authorities were not following suspected Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev more closely, especially after he took a six-month trip to Russia. A new report from the Washington Post indicates that a federal anti-terror task force knew that the older brother had returned from his trip, and passed the information along to a single ICE official in Boston.
News recently broke that the Tsarnaev brothers, suspected of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombing, were on their way to New York City to set off more bombs in Times Square. The two decided upon Times Square as their next target spontaneously. Both brothers had apparently visited Times Square last year. In the photo above, Dzhokhar posed for a photo with friends.
At a press conference Friday afternoon, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg confirmed that the surviving attacker believed to be responsible for last week's Boston bombings revealed that NYC was next on their list of targets.
Rep. Peter King told Megyn Kelly on America Live on Thursday that police believe the two men responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing were also planning to detonate devices in New York City's Times Square.