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Worcester man wants to send Tsarnaev body to Russia

A Massachusetts community activist plans to start a campaign to raise money to send the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev to Russia for burial. More>>

Bomber No. 2 Dzhokhar Tsarnaev moved to federal medical hospital at Fort Devens

FIRST ON FOX: The surviving Boston Marathon bombings suspect has been released from a civilian hospital and transferred to a federal medical detention center in central Massachusetts. The U.S. Marshals Service said Friday that Bomber No. 2 Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center overnight and was taken to the Federal Medical Center Devens. More>>

Marathon Bombings: How you can help

Here are a few ways you can help in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
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Court documents: Suspects hid backpack, laptop; lied to investigators

On Wednesday, three more suspects were charged in connection with the Marathon Bombings, accused of hiding a backpack that belonged to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and lying to investigators. More>>

Memorial services planned for slain MIT officer

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Memorial services have been scheduled for slain MIT police officer Sean Collier. More>>

FBI turns crime scene area on Boylston Street back over to Boston

The Federal Bureau of Investigation turned Boylston Street back over to the City of Boston Monday. More>>

Bomber number 2 officially charged, possibly faces death penalty

The man known as Bomber 2 in the Boston Marathon bombings has been formally charged. More>>

Mourners say final goodbyes to marathon victim

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Mourners began lining up outside a Medford church well before a funeral for one of the Boston Marathon bombing victims was scheduled to start. More>>

Officials: Bomb suspects appear driven by faith Video included

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The two brothers suspected of bombing the Boston Marathon appear to have been motivated by a radical brand of Islam but do not seem connected to any Muslim terrorist groups, U.S. officials said Monday after interrogating and charging Dzhokhar Tsarnaev with crimes that could bring the death penalty. More>>

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  • Terror threats at chemical plants underestimated

    Terror threats at chemical plants underestimated

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 9:08 AM EDT2014-07-30 13:08:58 GMT
    Congressional investigators say the government is underestimating the threat of a chemical attack on America's densely populated cities and has failed to inspect virtually all of the chemical facilities that it...
    Congressional investigators say the government is underestimating the threat of a chemical attack on America's densely populated cities and has failed to inspect virtually all of the chemical facilities that it...
  • Teen in elevator attacked and robbed

    Teen in elevator attacked and robbed

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 8:31 AM EDT2014-07-30 12:31:54 GMT
    Two thugs were caught on security camera footage beating a teenager and stealing from her inside an apartment building in the Midwood section of Brooklyn.  The NYPD says the attackers are seen dragging the 18-year-old out of an elevator into the hallway and punching and kicking her.
    Two thugs were caught on security camera footage beating a teenager and stealing from her inside an apartment building in the Midwood section of Brooklyn.  The NYPD says the attackers are seen dragging the 18-year-old out of an elevator into the hallway and punching and kicking her.
  • TSA contest calls for ideas to improve airline security lines

    TSA contest calls for ideas to improve airline security lines

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 8:11 AM EDT2014-07-30 12:11:07 GMT
    Everyone hates long lines at security checkpoints and the TSA knows it. Now the TSA is sponsoring a contest to encourage anyone with new ideas about how to make the airport security lines go faster. Often for air travelers, the security checkpoint experience is the worst part of their trip. That's why the TSA turned to the crowdsourcing site Innocentive asking for ideas pledging a total of $15,000 in prize money, with at least one $5,000 award.
    Everyone hates long lines at security checkpoints and the TSA knows it. Now the TSA is sponsoring a contest to encourage anyone with new ideas about how to make the airport security lines go faster. Often for air travelers, the security checkpoint experience is the worst part of their trip. That's why the TSA turned to the crowdsourcing site Innocentive asking for ideas pledging a total of $15,000 in prize money, with at least one $5,000 award.
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