Runners return for the 118th Boston Marathon, one year after a bomb attack killed three and wounded dozens more.
As Boston prepares for Tuesday's marathon, city leaders hold flag raising ceremony to remember victims of last year's bombing.
Dancer who lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing returns to the stage.
The Justice Department has notified a federal judge that it intends to seek the death penalty if a jury convicts Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for last April’s bomb attacks at the Boston Marathon.
When the alleged Boston Marathon bomber was told by one of his friends that he resembled one of the suspects in the widely released surveillance video, he sent a chilling response.
The CIA had Tamerlan Tsarnaev's name put into a terror watchlist after being contacted by Russian authorities in 2011.
The probe into the Boston Bombers widens.
The Boston Bombing suspect is facing federal charges, but how he's being prosecuted is drawing criticism.
The father of the suspected Boston Marathon bombers said he was struggling to believe his sons were behind the twin blasts that killed three and injured more than 170.
The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon attack has told investigators that he and his brother got instructions on building bombs from an online magazine published by al Qaeda.
Boston bombing suspect charged with using weapon of mass destruction, will face trial in federal court.
Gunfire erupted in a Boston suburb Friday evening, less than an hour after police said residents could leave their homes even though the marathon bombing suspect was still on the run after an all-day, door-to-door search.
One suspect in Boston Bombing dead. Manhunt underway for second suspect. Boston on total lockdown.
One Marathon bombing suspect dead, massive manhunt underway for the second suspect.
The FBI is releasing photos of two men considered as suspects in Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon.
One of the suspects is believed to have planted the devices near the finish line of the race.
Both suspects are considered armed and extremely dangerous.
The two explosions at Monday's marathon killed three people and injured 176 others.
Some Texoma residents who were at the marathon are now back home.
Mechell Dixon spoke with two people to find out how they're dealing with the tragedy.