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‘Stronger’ trailer is incredibly detailed Special

The first trailer for Jake Gyllenhaal’s ‘Stronger’ reveals a stirring performance as well as most of the film’s key moments.

Woman accused of scamming fund set up for Boston bombing victims

Jamaica Plain - A Massachusetts woman has been indicted for allegedly fraudulently obtaining $8,000 from a fund set up for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, and for obtaining thousands more from other fundraising sources, officials said on Thursday.

Glenn Beck may set astounding legal precedent on public figures

Glenn Beck, the famous conservative political commentator, has created the possibility of a groundbreaking legal precedent while defending himself in a defamation lawsuit.

Op-Ed: Tsarnaev signals vigorous defense, FBI struggles with story

Being forced into virtually admitting that it has never heard of a mugshot before, the FBI has taken the position that it does not keep files on A-List terror suspects, at least not files with photographs anyway.

Dzhokhar bombshell: FBI pressed Tamerlan to become informant

In a recent court filing, accused Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev indicated, through his defense team, that not only did the FBI have contacts with his brother, but it pressed him to become an "informant" on the Chechen and Muslim community.

Boston Marathon bomber allowed to fly due to spelling error

Boston - In what could be seen as one of the worst clerical errors in history, a new Congressional report states that one of the men responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing was allowed to fly to the U.S. because his name was misspelled on a terrorist list.

FBI agent cleared after killing man connected to Boston bombers

Media reports say the FBI agent who killed a man while interrogating him on the Boston bombings has been cleared of any wrongdoing. The New York Times said that sources say he was cleared "by a prosecutor in Florida and by an F.B.I. internal review."

Harvard evacuated over hoax 'explosives' on campus email threat

Cambridge - As students at Harvard, an Ivy League University, sat Examinations Monday morning police received an email warning of explosives on site. The bomb threat was taken seriously and an evacuation quickly took place.

Bill Maher tells Boston to get over marathon bombings

'Real Time' host Bill Maher has stirred controversy again by telling Bostonians to get over and move on from the Boston marathon bombings.

Forum Restaurant to reopen 4 months after Boston Marathon Bombing

Boston - After a four month closure due to the Boston Marathon bombing, Forum Restaurant is planning to Thursday night for a charity event, and will be open for the public on Friday, August 15th.

BBC: Boston bomber 'had right-wing extremist literature'

Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was in possession of right-wing American literature before the attack, a BBC Panorama investigation revealed.

DHS video glorifies Boston 'lockdown' and virtual martial law

Running footage of Boston FBI division chief Richard Deslauriers making his famous call for assistance in identifying the Boston Marathon suspects, a video sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security extols the controversial Boston "lockdown.'

Op-Ed: The Dzhokhar Tsarnaev fan club is nothing new

Boston - Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is cute, he looks too good to be a terrorist murderer. That may not be a consensus, but it is a widely held belief, and sadly nothing new.

Boston Marathon bomb case suspect pleads not guilty, fans agree

Boston - Lacey Buckley has never met accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, but she didn’t let that stop her from traveling to Boston for his court appearance Wednesday. Why? Because she believes he's innocent.

The big question: Why didn't NSA spying stop the Boston bombing?

The Obama administration and the NSA have gone into full spin mode trumpeting its victories in the plots that didn't happen while conveniently ignoring the one that did.

Company says its new tech would have found Boston Marathon bombs Special

Grand Rapids - The pressure cooker-type bombs set off at the Boston Marathon would have been detected by a new technology that "listens" for nitrogen atoms in gunpowder and virtually every common explosive, a U.S. company says.

FBI feigns ignorance of Boston suspects' identity, Collier dies

The Boston FBI office had extensive interactions with bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev and strong indicators of Chechen involvement, but pleaded ignorant of the suspect's identity when it enlisted the public for help in identifying photos of him.

Dzhokhar contradicts reports of confession, claims innocence

Contradicting law enforcement sources who said that Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had confessed in the hospital, Tsarnaev himself has now said, through his mother, that both he and his brother are innocent of the Boston Marathon bombing.

UPDATED: Key FBI photo of Dzhokhar shows evidence of Photoshop Special

UPDATE II, 6/1/2013: Thanks to the reader who pointed this out. Reader said: "It's pretty simple really. Find the media release of David Green holding his phone with the photo of the suspect running away on it...

Customers pay forgotten tabs in Boston Marathon bombings

Boston - The chaos that followed the Boston bombings left many restaurants on Boylston Street with hefty unpaid tabs. A handful of good-hearted patrons have made an extra effort to clear their debt.

Friend of dead Boston Bomber is shot and killed by FBI in Florida

A man linked to dead Boston Bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, has been shot and killed in Orlando, Fla., reports say. The Orlando Sentinel said that Ibragim Todashev was killed by an FBI agent. Todashev may have attacked the agent before he was shot.

Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's nurses feared public reaction

Boston - When Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev came through the doors of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the trauma nurses felt ambivalent but duty-bound to care for him.

Where were the bloodhounds in Boston 'manhunt'? Special

An unprecedented marshaling of police working with US military in an unprecedented "lockdown" state was witnessed in the week of the Boston Marathon bombing.

Boston bomber able to buy $400 of explosives despite intel alerts

Despite "multiple" warnings from Russian intelligence that Tamerlan Tsarnaev had turned to violent jihad, the suspected author of the horrific Boston Marathon massacre was able to buy $400 worth of fireworks in nearby Seabrook, NH, unhindered.

Op-Ed: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev 'boat note': America reaps what it sows

Boston - Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev reportedly left a note claiming responsibility for the deadly terror attack in the boat he was hiding in as police closed in on him last month.

American foreign policy motivated Boston bomber

Boston - One of the alleged Boston bombers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left a note about why he carried out the marathon attack while surrounded by police.

Boston bomber says sister-in-law, who had jihad mag, innocent

Media reports today say Boston bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told investigators his sister-in-law, Katherine Russell, did not know what he and his deceased brother Tamerlan were planning. He claims she was not a part of their Boston marathon attack.

Boston bombing suspects originally planned Fourth of July attack

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told the F.B.I. that he and his brother initially planned to carry out a suicide-bomb attack on July 4, but chose the Boston Marathon after the bombs came together faster than they had anticipated, a U.S. law enforcement official said.

Op-Ed: Calling for the FBI Director to resign over the Boston bombing

Boston - As America grapples with the mind-boggling facts emerging from the Boston Marathon bombing, one thing is abundantly clear: the only people who made no excuses, as they did what they were asked to do, were the police.

Boston bomb officials search a landfill in New Bedford for laptop

The law enforcement officers investigating the Boston marathon bombing are searching a landfill site in New Bedford, Mass. for a laptop computer. The computer they search belonged to dead bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
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An FBI image shows the remains of a pressure cooker that the FBI says was part of one of the bombs t...
An FBI image shows the remains of a pressure cooker that the FBI says was part of one of the bombs that exploded during the Boston Marathon
A scene from  Stronger
A scene from 'Stronger'
A copy of the interior portion of the April 18 story  attached as Exhibit B to the lawsuit.
A copy of the interior portion of the April 18 story, attached as Exhibit B to the lawsuit.
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Aftermath of the 2013 boston marathon bombing show people helping others from the scene
Aftermath of the 2013 boston marathon bombing show people helping others from the scene
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The scene moments after a bomb exploded near the finish line at the 2013 Boston Marathon.
The scene moments after a bomb exploded near the finish line at the 2013 Boston Marathon.
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Publicly released surveillance photo of Dzhokhar (left) and Tamerlan Tsarnaev  at Boston Marathon  a...
Publicly released surveillance photo of Dzhokhar (left) and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, at Boston Marathon, at
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The FBI released images of suspects in the deadly Boston bombings. Authorities have identified two s...
The FBI released images of suspects in the deadly Boston bombings. Authorities have identified two suspects in the attack
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Boston: Boylston Street where the second bomb went off
Boston: Boylston Street where the second bomb went off
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MIT Officer Sean Collier  killed by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects
MIT Officer Sean Collier, killed by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects
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Scene from  Boston Marathon 2013: Terror on the Streets.
Scene from "Boston Marathon 2013: Terror on the Streets."
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