EXCLUSIVE: Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, the Oscar-nominated screenwriters of The Fighter and who also penned the upcoming Boston Marathon bombing pic Patriots Day, have found a new project to kick around. The have been set to writeShow More Summary
Life has come full circle for Boston bombing survivor Jeff Bauman and his cowboy hat-wearing hero, Carlos Arredondo. When Arredondo bolted from the bleachers during the 2013 marathon attack to help save Bauman who was severely injured, the two were captured in the now-iconic image that embodied the bloodshed, and the selflessness, of the fateful day. Show More Summary
The city’s Landmarks Commission voted to study whether the giant sign that guides drivers, marathon runners and Red Sox fans should receive special status.
By Dr. Majid Rafizadeh Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been quick at denouncing terrorist attacks targeting Paris, the Boston Marathon, or 9/11. Nevertheless, Khamenei – who, as per his website, considers himself as the “Leader of Muslims” (both the Shiite and Sunni communities), did not issue any condemnation for the recent terror attacks […]
Independence Day has come and gone, but Lionsgate knows patriotism is a year-round ideal. The studio has released the first teaser poster for Patriots Day, Peter Berg‘s upcoming drama about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Mark Wahlberg stars...Show More Summary
Posters may have the hardest job in all of movie marketing. How do you explain to an audience what an entire film is about in only a single image? Well, when everybody already knows the subject matter, it means you can focus on making that one image resonate.
Mark Wahlberg leads in all-star cast in Patriots Day, which follows a Police Sergeant in the aftermath of an unspeakable act of terror.
Al Qaeda has a warning for the U.S.: Don't execute Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (the Boston Marathon bomber), or there will be "gravest consequences." Al...
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri issued a statement warning the United States that if the Boston Marathon bomber, or any other Muslim prisoner, is executed, there will be the “gravest consequences.”
Ayman al-Zawahri, the elusive leader of terrorist organization al Qaeda has in a new video, warned the United States of “grave consequences” if it goes ahead with the execution of Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a Reuters report said. Show More Summary
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri warned the United States of the “gravest consequences” if Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev or any other Muslim prisoners is executed. Tsarnaev, named in Zawahri’s online video message, was sentenced to death by lethal injection on June 24...
EXCLUSIVE: KJ Apa has landed a lead role in Altar Rock, an indie thriller from director Andrzej Bartkowiak inspired by the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. No word on his role in the film, which will shoot on location this summer. Kristin Alexandre and A. Show More Summary
"... who struck at the Boston Marathon. In fact, al Qaeda has been trying to use our very prejudices against us for many years, which is why Osama Bin Laden recruited a 'white army of terror' from the huge number of converts that joined his cause. Show More Summary
Survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings have offered their support to the Orlando shooting victims. A group of survivors of the 2013 Boston bombings recently took a trip to the Orlando Regional Medical Center to meet and share words...Show More Summary
Survivors of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing on Saturday met with victims of the Orlando shooting who are still hospitalized two weeks after a gunmen killed 49 people inside Pulse nightclub. Continue reading ? The post Survivors of Boston bombing meet with Orlando victims still hospitalized appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Connected by tragedy, bonded through strength. On Saturday several of the survivors from the traumatic and terrible acts of terrorism that was the Boston Marathon Bombing paid a hospital visit to some of the victims from the equally inexplicable mass shooting that occurred at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando this month. Show More Summary
Donald Trump called for racial profiling Sunday, saying it’s just “common sense” in the wake of the bloody attacks in Orlando, Florida, this year; in San Bernardino, California, last year; and at the Boston Marathon in 2013. “Well, I think profiling is something that we’re going to have to start...
My dad was there at 3 AM helping me train for the Boston marathon. He was there when I crossed the finish line too.
Engagement on its own is never enough. To succeed, you also need energy.
The Boston Marathon, San Bernardino and now Orlando. It goes on and on, as Donald Trump might say. And it will continue to worsen, as Trump has already said. He is the most prescient campaigner in this race for the presidency. Hillary...Show More Summary