‘We turn down nobody,’ says the owner of the Worcester, Massachusetts, funeral home that took in Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s body when no one else would.
Transgender runner Amelia Gapin said Boston’s announcement ‘makes you feel like you belong. You get to be yourself and run this race—you don’t have to keep something quiet.’
Many in Dagestan hope that 68-year-old Gen. Vladimir Vasilyev will put an end, at last, not only to lawlessness in the local government but in the law enforcement agencies as well.
A teen girl called in a bomb threat for the teacher she was having sex with, police say, possibly averting a massacre in the Bronx worse than the one in Florida.
The acclaimed actor and director Peter Berg discuss their new film ‘Patriots Day,’ a high-octane thriller depicting the Boston Marathon bombing and the manhunt that followed.
From the Boston Marathon blasts to Margaret Thatcher’s funeral, see the week’s most striking images.