Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev showed “the opposite of remorse,” according to court records released Wednesday.
A survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing has revealed she will return this year to run the race.
A dancer who lost her leg during the Boston Marathon bombing more than two years ago is planning to run the 26.2-mile race this spring. See also: Lego finally reveals its first minifigure with a wheelchair Adrianne Haslet-Davis lost her leg below her left knee during the April 2013 attacks. Show More Summary
Carnegie Hall has announced an impressively varied 2016-17 season. There are quite a few notable events — a new Steve Reich piece, Pulse; a blockbuster Barenboim marathon of Bruckner symphonies and Mozart concertos; the Boston Symphony playing George Benjamin's new...
Adrianne Haslet-Davis was cheering on the runners crossing the finish line at the 2013 Boston Marathon when the second of two bombs exploded. She lost her left leg below the knee, which would seem to be a terrible thing to happen to someone who makes her living as a professional ballroom dancer. Thanks to a […]
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Adrianne Haslet-Davis, who lost most of her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, will run the marathon this year. Haslet-Davis, who announced her plans Tuesday, tells Boston.com she wanted to make sure she was ready "both physically and mentally"—she was not a runner when she was hit...
A federal judge on Friday rejected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev 's bid for a new trial and ordered him to pay victims of the deadly attack more than $101 million in restitution. The restitution order, issued by Judge George O'Toole Jr., is seen as largely symbolic because Tsarnaev is...
A US federal court judge has rejected Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s attempt to escape the death sentence by appealing for a new trial, media reports stated.
Even for an athlete as accomplished as Meb Keflezighi is at 40, with a 2004 Athens Olympic marathon silver medal to his credit in addition to wins at New York in 2009 and Boston in 2014, there are some firsts to experience and new ground to cover. Keflezighi, who emigrated from Eritrea to the United...
THREE STRIKES AND YOU’RE OUT FOR ROBERT REDFORD: In 2013 the former actor turned far left proselytizer praised Bill Ayers’ Weathermen terrorist group, in a film whose national debut overlapped the Tsarnaev brothers’ Boston Marathon bombing. In 2015, Redford glowingly portrayed Dan Rather in a little-seen movie. In-between? Redford is known for both his impeccable […]
Stephen Silva told a judge Tuesday in U.S. District Court that he was “young, dumb, and thought I could outsmart everyone.”
Stephen Silva was sentenced to time he already served in prison for providing a gun to his close friend and Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the US media reported on Tuesday.
The man accused in lending a gun to the bombers was sentenced to time served on Tuesday after pleading guilty to drug and firearms charges. Reuters reported that U.S. District Judge Mark Wolf sentenced Stephen Silva, who was arrested in July 2014, to time served plus three years’ supervised release for the charges that he... Show More Summary
BOSTON, Dec 22 (Reuters) - A man who lent the Boston Marathon bombers the gun they used to kill a police officer three days after the 2013 attack was sentenced to time served on Tuesday after pleading guilty to drug and firearms charges. U.S. Show More Summary
Updated | The former classmate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who loaned the gun to the Boston Marathon bomber that was later used to kill a police officer following the deadly 2013 attack, was released from prison on time served on Tuesday. Earlier this year, Stephen Silva, 22, was convicted on drug and firearms charges. Show More Summary
A man who lent the Boston Marathon bombers the gun they used to kill a police officer three days after the 2013 attack was sentenced to time served on Tuesday after pleading guilty to drug and firearms charges. U.S. District Judge Mark Wolf sentenced Stephen Silva, who was arrested in July 2014, to...
A former classmate of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is expected to be sentenced in court Tuesday for firearms and drug charges after he provided a gun to his high school friend, who later killed a police officer following the 2013 attack. Earlier this year, Stephen Silva, 22, was convicted of lending his firearm to the eventual bomber. Show More Summary
A man who lent the Boston Marathon bombers the gun they used to kill a police officer three days after the 2013 attack is due in court on Tuesday to be sentenced for drug and firearms charges. Stephen Silva was not accused of playing...Show More Summary