(Reuters) - U.S. officials on Tuesday agreed to loosen prison restrictions on accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev that the 20-year-old's lawyers have argued made it difficult to mount an effective defense.
NEW YORK (AP) — While shooting in Boston, David O. Russell found his film "American Hustle" caught up in the Boston Marathon bombing. When the city was essentially shut down for the manhunt for suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev in April, the production — which had been shooting in the area — had to be stopped for a day. Show More Summary
Clearly inspired by what happened when Internet commenters accused innocent people of the Boston Marathon bombing, the show continues to explore the legal issues stemming from our current Internet Age.
I know many MLB pundits and baseball insiders love Bud Selig and hate A-Rod, but Peter Gammons went off the deep end with this comparison. Longtime baseball writer Peter Gammons may find himself in a bit of hot water after his most recent...Show More Summary
The Alex Rodriguez media circus has claimed another victim: MLB Network's Peter Gammons. The venerated baseball writer apologized this week after likening troubled Yankees third-baseman A-Rod to the Boston Marathon bombers.
Baseball analyst Peter Gammons today likened the New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez's side of the dispute with MLB to that of the Boston marathon bombers. You can listen to the conversation that took place on ESPN Radio with Mike Lupica...Show More Summary
Hall of Fame baseball writer Peter Gammons apologized on Thursday after he compared embattled New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez to the Boston Marathon bombers. After Rodriguez stormed out of his grievance hearing on Wednesday,Show More Summary
Hall of Fame baseball writer Peter Gammons went on Mike Lupica's radio show today and compared Alex Rodriguez to the Boston marathon bombers. He was talking about Rodriguez storming out of an arbitration hearing yesterday and then professing his innocence on Mike Francesa's radio show. Show More Summary
John Odom says he doesn't think of himself as a hero. The people who helped him survive the Boston Marathon bombing are the real heroes, he says, while his role is just to inspire other victims to recover. Yet it's this type of comment that makes him even more heroic. To most, just the fact that he survived the April 15 blast is courageous. Show More Summary
There is an advertisement for the Marines that has the slogan, "Which way would you run?" I had heard this same question asked recently by a clergyman in a sermon who was talking about the Boston Marathon bombings and it has occurred...Show More Summary
On last week's Real Time with Bill Maher, Maher criticized the city of Boston for what he characterized as over-the-top wallowing after the tragic bombing attack at the Boston Marathon. Maher got perhaps a bit too biting in his criticism, saying "Your city was not leveled by Godzilla!", which led to some tough words of condemnation from Boston Mayor Tom Menino.
Boston prosecutors will tell Attorney General Eric Holder this week whether they think marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should face the death penalty. The feds disclosed the timetable during a status hearing Tuesday. The judge said he wants a final decision from Holder …
Fox News Channel’s revamped primetime, unveiled on October 7, clicked last week, scoring its highest ratings of 2013 in primetime, in both total viewers and the news demo, excluding the week of the Boston marathon bombing back in April. FNC’s primetime logged 2,098,000 in total viewers, which put it behind only ESPN among cable networks. Show More Summary
Fox News had its second-highest rated week of the year in primetime last week, second only to the week of the Boston Marathon bombing in April. From 8pm to 11pmET, the network averaged 2,098,000 total viewers and 376,000 A25-54 viewers,...Show More Summary
BOSTON (Reuters) - Attorneys for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are due in court on Tuesday to argue against the restrictive terms of his confinement, which they say are impeding their ability to mount an effective defense.
As we approach the end of the year, we are all going to start to reflect on the year we've had and what major events have impacted us. While the list is endless and certainly contains such impactful events as the Boston Marathon Bombing and the U.S. Show More Summary
A judge unencumbered by political correctness has barred the American Civil Liberties Union from participating in the trial of accused Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The ACLU released a document last week stating it was planning to join Tsarnaev’s attorneys tomorrow to plead before U.S. Show More Summary
There’s a new post I’ve written available at Two Cities, offering my thoughts on the six months that have gone by since the bombings at the Boston Marathon. I think it’s relevant to our writing discussion here at Writerly Life; moments such as this make us think about human behavior and wonder how to make […]
Post by Jenny Erikson. Heather Abbott was a passionate high heel wearer before she lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing last spring. Although the leg is gone for good, she’s reclaiming her style this week with an amazingly realistic...Show More Summary