Police not looking for a suspect
Boston Marathon Bombings
A federal grand jury indicted Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev Thursday on 30 charges connected to the Boston Marathon bombing. Embedded within the indictment are five new details about Tsarnaev’s alleged motivations.
The FBI released three criminal complaints that fill in the details about the lack of planning and clumsy coverup that followed one of the worst terrorist attacks in recent American history.
In the wake of the attacks, Congress is grappling with why the plot went undetected and who shoulders the blame
As Washington debates what lessons to draw, the effort to learn the full story of the Tsarnaev brothers continues.
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