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The Boston Marathon bombings have ignited a debate in Washington and among terrorism analysts over how the wider threat facing the U.S. has evolved since the 9/11 attacks of 2001.
The Boston Marathon bombers hated America, but they loved the American dole. The suspects in the scheme to murder and maim innocent men, women and children were living off the generosity of the American taxpayers they hated.
Two weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, the debate still rages as to whether the two men accused of orchestrating the attack acted alone, particularly among members of Congress who say they see too much evidence of planning for an isolated operation.
A few minutes before the first explosion near the Boston Marathon finish line, Matt Reis and his 7-year-old son had moved to another spot.
Thousands of well-wishers and mourners gathered Wednesday at Massachusetts Institute of Technology for a memorial service for slain campus police officer Sean Collier.
Federal investigators told Capitol Hill lawmakers Tuesday that the Boston Marathon bombing suspects appeared to work independently — getting their ideology and bomb-making skills online — and that the case revealed intelligence-sharing shortcomings.
Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministry said Monday it was in touch with the two Kazakh students arrested near Boston over the weekend on immigration charges after possible links to the suspected Marathon bombers emerged.
We're beginning to uncover details about how two brothers from Dagestan in southern Russia purportedly set off two bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three and wounding more than 170 others on April 15.
Former counterterror expert Philip Mudd, discussing on "Fox News Sunday" the motives behind last week's Boston Marathon bombing, suggested the suspected bombers acted autonomously.