Sen. Rand Paul and Judge Andrew Napolitano responded this morning to proponents of NSA bulk surveillance, arguing that a more focused surveillance program could have stopped the Boston Marathon bombing.
The Boston Marathon will be held one week from today, and it will be the first since the bombing last year. As the one year anniversary of the tragedy approaches, Martha MacCallum looked back at what went wrong.
A New York Times report says that Russia withheld information on the Boston Marathon bombers two years before the attack.
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A new report by Congress is raising questions about whether the Boston Marathon bombing could have been prevented. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, joined Bill Hemmer this morning to go over the findings.
Attorneys for the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect asked for more time to prepare their case against the death penalty.
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.
After a tense exchange with FBI Director Robert Mueller, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) joined America’s Newsroom to further express his shock at how the agency handled intelligence about the Tsarnaev brothers ahead of the Boston Marathon bombings. According to Gohmert, the agency has purged training materials “that reference anything that might be offensive to the radical Islamists who want to kill us."
The father of Ibragim Todashev is claiming that the FBI executed his son as they investigated Todashev's link to Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
There appear to be ties between a former mixed martial arts fighter who was fatally shot by an FBI agent in Florida early Wednesday morning and one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing. Ibragim Todashev, of Orlando, became involeved in a "violent confrontation" while an unidentified FBI agent was conducting official duties, said FBI Agent Dave Couvertier in a statement.
A new revelation has come out in a House hearing on the Boston bombings.
Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told lawmakers his department was never informed that the FBI had suspicions about Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
Katherine Russell, the widow of deceased Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, has raised quite a few eyebrows since the April 15 attack by claiming that she had no idea that her husband was building bombs in their tiny Boston apartment. Russell's attorneys have said she worked around 80 hours a week as a home health aide, so the bomb-making could have been done without her knowledge.
Now, Russell has hired New York attorney Joshua Dratel, who has represented defendants in terror cases in the past.