Residents in Boston paused in the afternoon to observe a moment of silence at 2:50 p.m., the time of the first blast in last week's Boston Marathon bombing. Similar tributes were held elsewhere, including at the New York Stock Exchange.
Hundreds of rounds were exchanged in a deadly gun battle, a suspected terrorist's body was dragged under a stolen SUV and a bomb blast rattled residents said Watertown, Massachusetts Police Chief Edward Deveau.
Celebrations erupted in Boston and beyond following the capture of 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the second marathon bombing suspect. He was captured in Watertown, Mass., and taken to the hospital.
A former classmate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, says his connection makes no sense. Tsarnaev had been on the wrestling team at a prestigious high school and won a scholarship from the city.
Residents of Boston spend Friday peering down empty streets or behind locked doors, as police scour the region for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. Mass transit was shuttered along with schools and many businesses.
Boston area authorities say one of the two Boston Marathon suspects is dead, after a shootout with police. An active manhunt is under way for the second suspect.
The FBI says that they are reviewing 2,000 tips following the deadly explosions at Monday's Boston Marathon. Special Agent Richard DesLauriers says black nylon remnants were found, but motives and suspects are 'wide open'.
President Barack Obama, responding to the explosions at the Boston Marathon, says the United States does not know "who did this or why" but vowed that whoever is responsible "will feel the full weight of justice."
An Associated Press reporter and two witnesses near the twin blasts that rocked the Boston Marathon finish line Monday describe what they heard and saw.
A witness near the site of bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon finish line captures the scene moments after the incident, as smoke rises and people rush to tend to the injured.
Boston police say there's been a third explosion in the city, following two blasts near the finish line of the Boston Marathon that killed two people and injured many others.
Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey informed the Senate floor of the explosions at the Boston Marathon Monday soon after it happened.
Two explosions rocked the end of the Boston Marathon sending competitors and race volunteers running from the site. Authorities out on the course were seen carrying away the injured while stragglers in the race were rerouted.