05:58 AM EDT 11/27/2014
Originally posted 11/23/2014 04:30PM
A woman injured in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing who had several surgeries before having part of her leg amputated recently was discharged from a rehab facility Saturday – and she has vowed to run the race next year.
Originally posted 10/30/2014 04:40PM
Thomas Menino, whose folksy manner and verbal gaffes belied his shrewd political tactics to govern as Boston's longest-serving mayor and one of its most beloved, died Thursday. He was 71.
Originally posted 10/01/2014 06:50AM
A sister of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects was led away in handcuffs Tuesday after a brief New York court appearance on allegations that she threatened to "put a bomb" on a perceived romantic rival, which her lawyer called "an uncorroborated claim."
Originally posted 08/28/2014 08:15AM
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's sister was arrested Wednesday on suspicion she threatened to bomb a woman who previously had a romantic relationship with her boyfriend.
Originally posted 08/27/2014 05:25PM
The worst thing to ever happen to James Costello was also the best.
Originally posted 07/14/2014 05:30PM
Jeff Bauman, one of the most memorable faces of the Boston Marathon bombings, welcomed a daughter Sunday.
Originally posted 04/22/2014 05:00PM
#BostonStrong! Donnie leads the clan as they cheer on brother Jim at Monday's race
Originally posted 04/21/2014 12:45PM
An American won the Boston Marathon for the first time in decades.
Originally posted 04/20/2014 07:20PM
When the Boston Marathon starting gun goes off Monday, runner Demi Clark will have a group of soldiers to thank as she heads out over the 26-mile course.
Clark says she struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder after becoming the final runner to cross the finish line while bombs exploded and debris rained down around her during the 2013 race.
"So many people around me were hit with shrapnel," recalls Clark, whose left eardrum was blown out by the blast. "I had such massive guilt that I walked away uninjured."
Within months of the blast, the guilt and memories of the victims, the blood and severed limbs she'd seen, took its toll on her. She began seeing a therapist, who diagnosed her with PTSD.
"I wasn't sleeping, and I was anxious whenever I went into public spaces," she recalls. "I just wanted to close the drapes and become a hermit."
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