Boston Medical Center

Investigators continue to collect evidence and other material at site of explosion near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. (AP Photo)

Anger, fear, tears normal response to disasters

BOSTON (AP) — Kaitlyn Greeley burst into tears when a car backfired the other day. She’s afraid to take her usual train to her job at a Boston hospital, walking or taking cabs instead. She can’t sleep.


President Barack Obama pauses while speaking at "Healing Our City: An Interfaith Service" for the Boston Marathon bombing victims at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. (AP Photo)

Feds hunt bomb suspects; Obama offers reassurance

BOSTON (AP) — Investigators in the Boston Marathon bombing pressed the search Thursday for suspects spotted on video, while President Obama paid a visit under heavy security to reassure the city and warn those responsible for the attack: “We will find you.”


Medical workers aid an injured woman at the finish line at the 2013 Boston Marathon

Stories of casualties in Boston Marathon bombing

(AP) — Here are the stories of some of the people injured in the Boston Marathon bombings: Runners, couples, spectators, children. Some are in grave condition; some lost limbs or senses; all their lives will be forever touched by the bombings.


Lu Lingzi, Boston University graduate student from China killed in explosion near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. (AP Photo)

Chinese marathon bomb victim remembered as bright

BOSTON (AP) — Less than 24 hours before she died, Lu Lingzi sent an exuberant email to a professor after learning she had passed part of a major final exam. “I am so happy to get this result!” she wrote. “Thank you very much.”


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Source: Officials see potential suspect in bombing

BOSTON (AP) — Investigators poring over photos and video from the Boston Marathon have an image of a potential suspect in the deadly bombing but do not know his name and have not questioned him, a law enforcement official said Wednesday.


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Dozens of Boston blast patients leave hospitals

BOSTON (AP) — Officials at three Boston hospitals that treated some of the most seriously injured from Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon said Wednesday they expect all of their patients to survive.


Feds deny reports of Boston suspect is arrested

BOSTON (AP) — Federal officials denied a suspect was under arrest Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombings. A law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told The AP earlier in the day that a suspect was in custody.


Investigators examine site of second explosion on Boylston Street near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. (AP Photo)

Authorities recover pressure cooker lid

BOSTON (AP) — Authorities investigating the bombings at the Boston Marathon have recovered a piece of circuit board they believe was part of one of the explosive devices, and found the lid of a pressure cooker that was catapulted onto the roof of a nearby building.


A woman holds a candle and a flower at Boston Common during a vigil for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. (AP Photo)

Stories of the dead and injured in Boston bombing

BOSTON (AP) — The twin bombs at the Boston Marathon killed three people and wounded more than 170 on Monday. Here are the stories of those killed and some of the injured.


Bomb squad technicians examine the site of the first bomb explosion at the Boston Marathon. (AP Photo)

Dad: Marathon bomb victim had both legs amputated

BOSTON (AP) — The father of a man who was photographed being pushed away from the Boston Marathon bombing in a wheelchair says his son has had both legs amputated.



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