Boston Marathon bombing
The FBI investigated Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011, after discovering that he was looking to leave the country and join “underground groups.”
Many New Yorkers have been on edge since the bombings and expressed shock and relief after investigators quickly identified and tracked down the suspects.
Authorities in Connecticut said they searched trains in Norwalk and Darien for one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects but didn’t find anything.
Videos and photographs have been playing a major role in finding the bomber who struck the Boston Marathon.
The Boston bombings left three people dead and more than 170 people injured. Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital, visited The Couch to give us insight into treating victims of such attacks.
Question the collective talent of this team? Go ahead, be my guest. That’s entirely fair. Question their collective desire? That’s a different story altogether.
Eight-year-old Martin Richard was with his family near the finish line and cheering on friends who were running in the Boston Marathon when the bombs went off Monday afternoon.