Here's How The Newsroom Covered Reddit's Failed Boston Bombing Manhunt

Jay Hathaway · 11/11/14 03:20PM

The Newsroom's timeline, which trails along just behind the present day, has finally caught up with last year's Boston Marathon bombing. In the season premiere, Will McAvoy and friends turned their Sorkin-given powers of razor-sharp righteousness toward Reddit's botched online hunt for the bombers.

GOP Lawmaker Suggests the Boston Marathon Bombing Was an Inside Job

Robert Kessler · 04/23/13 07:31PM

This is Rep. Stella Tremblay. She is a Republican elected to New Hampshire's House of Representatives and she believes the government planned the bombing at the Boston Marathon last week that killed three people and injured more than 150 others.

Three Dead and Over 100 Injured After Two Blasts Rock Boston Marathon

Max Read · 04/15/13 04:03PM

At least two homemade bombs detonated at the finish line of the Boston Marathon in Copley Square just before 3 p.m. today, setting off explosions that killed three people and injured more than 100, many of whom lost limbs. According to early reports, three other explosive devices were found nearby, one of which was set off by police in a controlled detonation (a simultaneous fire at the JFK Library is said to have been unrelated). There are no suspects in custody, but police are searching for a person of interest who tried to gain access to a restricted area just before the bombs went off.