A video of a veteran with a prosthetic leg carrying an American flag and a woman across the finish line during Monday’s Boston Marathon has gone viral.
A Marine who lost his leg in Afghanistan completed the Boston Marathon while carrying an American flag.
The blizzard of 2015 left Boston buried beneath two feet of snow, but that didn't stop one man from taking a shovel and clearing off the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
It was an emotional day in Boston yesterday and it included a storybook ending in the Boston Marathon. In an unexpected result on the men's side, 38-year-old Meb Keflezighi crossed the finish line first, becoming the first American man to win since 1983. He looked back on his memorable victory on Fox and Friends this morning
Fox and Friends Weekend's Anna Kooiman gave us the race recap this morning after she completed the 26.2-mile Boston Marathon on Monday. More than 32,000 runners turned out, along with more than 1 million spectators, as the city ran its first marathon since last year's bombings near the finish line.
Samson Kipchirchir, a native Kenyan who lives in Mobile, Alabama, talked to Bill Hemmer after completing the Boston Marathon in two hours and 52 minutes. Kipchirchir did not run the race last year, but was inspired to compete this time around.
Two brothers who each lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombing sat down with Bill Hemmer, who's live in Boston today, to look back at the scene of terror and their inspiring recovery.
Bill Hemmer is reporting live this morning from Boston Common as the Boston Marathon is run for the first time since last year's bombing. He discussed the tragic day with one of the heroes who was first on the scene to help the victims. Dr. Natalie Stavas, a pediatrician, was running the race when the bombs went off near the finish line on Boylston Street.
Follow all of the updates on the Boston Marathon right here on Fox News Insider. Bill Hemmer is live in Boston, while Anna Kooiman will be running in the race.
President Obama welcomed the Boston Red Sox to the White House today. He spoke about the Boston Marathon bombing as the one year anniversary approaches.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is suspected of killing four people, including an eight-year-old boy, and wounding over 260 at the Boston Marathon and during the days after. Now, the magazine that has featured rock stars and cultural icons like Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan, has decided to put the suspected Boston bomber on the cover.
Moments ago, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino opened a police press conference held in Watertown to announce updates on the manhunt for second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing.