The wounded

Marathon bombing victim Gillian Reny and her mother, Audrey Epstein Reny, were back at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for another appointment on Tuesday.

Marathon bombing victim builds on her recovery

Doctors saved Gillian Reny’s mangled leg after the attack; now her family is raising funds for trauma research.

Celeste Corcoran (left) and her daughter Sydney have been side by side in navigating their recovery from the bombings.

After Marathon attack, Lowell family healing

Celeste and Sydney Corcoran, the mother and daughter nearly killed in the Marathon bombings, end 2013 with a profound gratitude to simply be alive.

Prosecution of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Prosecutors don’t want Tsarnaev to see victim photos

The prosecutors say that “allowing [Dzhokhar Tsarnaev] to do so would violate the victims’ rights to dignity and privacy.”

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev again seeks easing of prison restrictions

Lawyers for the Marathon bombing suspect alleged that prison officials have tried to screen documents that they bring to the facility.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev

Sisters of Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s widow appear before grand jury

The sisters-in-law of dead Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev testified Thursday before a federal grand jury looking into the attack, their lawyer said.

“It was somewhat sad and somber,” said Bukhari Abdel-Alim (center), of Islamic Funeral Services of Virginia.

Marathon bombing suspect buried in Virginia

A day ­after the controversy swirling around the burial of Tamerlan Tsarnaev subsided in Worcester, it engulfed a rural Virginia hamlet.


Photos Marathon bombing suspects

Details emerged about the suspects after they were identified as brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Fatal victims Martin Richard

In the frenetic social media traffic that followed the Marathon blasts, a photograph of the wide-eyed boy holding a hand-lettered sign — “No more hurting people. Peace” — became an international emblem of the the day’s horror. His mother and sister were also seriously injured at the site of the second bomb. Krystle Campbell

Campbell, who grew up in Medford and moved about a year ago to Arlington, was on Boylston Street near the Marathon finish line with her friend Karen when the first bomb went off. She was remembered as a hard worker who "was always right there if you needed her," her grandmother said. Lingzi Lu

Lu, 23, a Boston University graduate student from the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang, was the third victim of the bombings and the last to be identified. Lu’s friends recalled her as a kind young woman with a passion for music who hoped to find love in America. Sean Collier

Sean Collier, 26, was shot multiple times in a late-night confrontation with, officials believe, the two men responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings. He was known for having a knack for earning people’s trust, and for building rapport with the community he policed.


Healing the city

Flowers lay against a barricade near the finish line of the Boston Marathon and the site of deadly twin bombings.

Boston: Forever changed

Former US poet laureate Robert Pinsky, who teaches at Boston University, shares his reaction to the Boston Marathon bombings.

Donations and words of support — some of which are displayed around this story — poured into the One Fund.

In letters to One Fund, a child’s hope shines through

Officials said they have received more than 50,000 letters, many from children eager to help in the Marathon bombings’ aftermath in any way they could.


The shutdown earlier this month has affected an intelligence review of the Marathon attacks.

Shutdown delays intelligence review of Marathon bombings

The classified assessment has bogged down because of “the recent lapse in appropriations” and a series of furloughs, officials said.

Azamat Tazhayakov (left) and Dias Kadyrbayev (center) were in the United States on invalid visas, officials say.

Student visa system gets scathing review

Homeland Security officials have redoubled efforts to check foreign students’ visas at airports and border crossings.

Reaction to the bombing


He who should be named

If we lock Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s name and image in an airtight safe, we give him a lingering power he doesn’t deserve.

Residents flee near Franklin Street in Watertown on April 19, 2013.


Politics deep-sixes bombing hearing

A hearing was set for Boston about the Marathon bombing until Mayor Walsh expressed concerns about it.

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