In May of 2011, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, then a senior at a prestigious high school, was awarded a $2,500 scholarship from the city of Cambridge, Mass., to pursue higher education. Now, Tsarnaev is on the run, described as "armed and dangerous" and suspected of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Man who finished Boston Marathon moments before bombing witnesses Texas explosion days later
All Amtrak service to and from the Boston area is delayed.
Obama tells Boston it will 'run again' as he honors victims of marathon bombing
Teen whose photo ran on newspaper front says he was stunned at portrayal as potential suspect
Stories of the wounded in the dual bombings at the Boston Marathon
Woman's post about Alaska stranger's kindness after Boston Marathon explosions goes viral
The FBI has released images and a video of two suspects in the Boston marathon bombings.
Correction: Boston Marathon-Explosions story
Napolitano: FBI wants to interview men seen in Boston Marathon bombing surveillance video
Boston fans mourn and then cheer for Bruins as sports resume in shocked city
Man injured in Boston bombings grateful he survived the blast that also hit his parents
Vergara relieved son was home during Boston bombing; worried he's returned for college classes
WTOP is hearing conflicting reports from multiple news outlets that a suspect in the Boston bombings is in custody, arrested or about to be arrested. AP sources say the suspect is in custody. CBS News, however says there is no suspect in custody.
'That's 52 miles to secure; how?': Marathon officials seeking stronger security after Boston
In era of wariness, Americans negotiate their way through public spaces with caution, resolve
Obama aims to be visible but cautious in public response to Boston Marathon bombings
Newtown runners at Boston Marathon reflect on explosions that killed 3, injured more than 170
Spirited 8-year-old boy, restaurant manager identified as victims in Boston Marathon bombing
Correction: History of US explosions
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