2013 Marathon Winner Desisa Repeats Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia won his second Boston Marathon on Monday, two years after he donated the medal from his first title to the city in the memory of bombing victims.
Feds: Marathon Suspect May Have Made Incriminating RemarkAttorneys for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev attempting to suppress the statement.
Boston Visit Following Marathon Bombing Inspired New Neil Diamond SongProceeds from a patriotically-themed Neil Diamond song, ``Freedom Song (They'll Never Take Us Down),'' will go to benefit the Boston One Fund and the Wounded Warriors Project.
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Three More In Custody In Marathon BombingsBoston Police say they have three more people in custody in connection with the Boston Marathon bombin g.
Authorities Warn Of Upcoming "Booms" In BostonAuthorities are warning Bostonians, perhaps still jittery after the Boston Marathon bombings, not to be alarmed if they here loud booms in the city this week.
Malloy Asks Moment Of Silence At 2:50 TodayGovernor Malloy is asking Connecticut residents to join in a moment of silence at 2:30 this afternoon, to recognize the victims of the bombing at the Boston Marathon a week ago.
Residents Told To Stay Inside As Manhunt Continues For Bombing SuspectAuthorities say two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing killed an MIT police officer, injured a transit officer in a firefight and threw explosive devices at police during their getaway attempt in a long night of violence that left one of them dead and another still at large.
Two Dead In Boston Explosions Family members seeking to get information about loved ones they have not reached in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon explosions can call the Boston Mayor's Hotline at (617) 635-4500, or (617) 414-6030
Malloy Statement On Marathon Explosions Governor Dannel Malloy says Connecticut law enforcement and emergency resoponders have been in close contact with their counterparts in Massachusetts and with federal homeland security officials.
New York Marathon CancelledNew York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says New York City Marathon has been canceled.