Three More Arrested In Connection With Boston Marathon Bombings

Federal authorities have reportedly arrested three college students in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings. A source told the Globe that the three new suspects "helped" Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after the attack, and NBC's Pete Williams is reporting that they were his roommates at UMass Dartmouth. [] »5/01/13 11:50am5/01/13 11:50am

The "Coexist" Sticker On Boston Bomber-Carjacked Car Is A Stupid Hoax

If you've visited a right-leaning blog or received email from your conservative uncle recently, chances are good you've seen a photograph of a car with a "Coexist" bumper sticker that's alleged to be the car carjacked by one of the Boston Marathon bombers. It's not. And, even if it was, getting some kind of creepy… »4/24/13 1:41pm4/24/13 1:41pm

The First Photos Of The Boston Bombing Suspects' Shootout With Police

Andrew Kitzenberg lives on Laurel Street, in Watertown, Mass. On Friday morning, just before 1 a.m., he heard a series of pops from outside his window. The Boston Marathon bombing suspects, Tamarlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, were engaging in a wild shootout with police. Kitzenberg's Twitter account was essential reading… »4/23/13 9:31am4/23/13 9:31am

Bombing Suspects' Father Speaks, Claims His Sons Are Innocent

BBC News caught up with Anzor Tsanarev, father of marathon bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and conducted a brief interview with him. Speaking through an interpreter, Anzor vehemently defended his sons, expressing confidence in their innocence. "I have 100 percent, million percent confidence in them,"… »4/19/13 3:43pm4/19/13 3:43pm

Former Patriots Guard Joe Andruzzi Helped Rescue Blast Victims

We feared the worst when legendary NFL good-guy Joe Andruzzi wasn't heard from in the hours after explosions rocked the Boston Marathon. We knew Andruzzi's cancer foundation was a big supporter of marathon runners, and his Twitter suggested he was watching the race from a location very close to where the first blast… »4/15/13 9:06pm4/15/13 9:06pm

Your latest updates: the Commissioner confirms three people have died.

Your latest updates: the Commissioner confirms three people have died. The Boston Globe cites a "person of interest." The Wall Street Journal reports "five additional, undetonated explosive devices," so maybe it could have been a lot worse. [Globe, WSJ, photo of unclaimed runners' bags by Mary Pilon] »4/15/13 8:52pm4/15/13 8:52pm