Prosecutors expect charges against Tsarnaev in officer’s slaying
Middlesex County prosecutors are working to build a murder case against accused bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the shooting death of Sean Collier.
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The statements could bolster theories that Tsarnaev and his younger brother, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, were acting on their own when they allegedly planted bombs at the Marathon.
A New Bedford landfill was searched as part of the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings.
While visiting Solas, an Irish bar at the Lenox Hotel, Mayor Thomas Menino said he was excited to see the crowds in Copley Square.
The Rhode Island medical examiner’s office says a body found in Providence is that of Sunil Tripathi, missing since last month.
John Tiffany’s “The Glass Menagerie,” starring Cherry Jones as Amanda Wingfield, is going to Broadway with its original cast.
Harvard researchers hope the discovery will lead to a drug that can replace or augment daily insulin injections.
US intelligence has concluded with ‘‘varying confidence’’ that the Syrian government has used sarin gas as a weapon in its civil war.
Boston officials will work with the victims of the Marathon bombings to find a way to memorialize the attack.
Trinity Church and Old South Church reopened and hundreds of visitors reflected on the mayhem that took three lives only steps away.
Recovery from a terrorist attack can be orderly and efficient. Step by step, we are following an emerging pattern.
The Patriots need instant impact at the position, and tonight they should find a viable receiver in the draft.
A new federal indictment charges John J. O’Brien with bribing top state legislators by giving jobs to their supporters.
The fiscal 2014 budget is balanced with new taxes and withdrawals from state reserves, on a party-line 127-29 vote.
Barack Obama joined all of the living former presidents today to dedicate the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Federal Aviation Administration furloughs are blamed for lengthy delays affecting airline passengers.
A guide to area performances and exhibits, including “Rethinking Tradition’’ at the Society of Arts and Crafts.
Across Boston, party planners are wrestling with the question of how to handle their lighthearted and celebratory affairs as memorial services take place.