An edited online video suggesting parallels to the Boston Marathon incident has been making the rounds on the Internet, prompting the network to take the original episode offline.
Today’s lunch links spotlight a 3D animation of the bomb-making process and the animated people performing good deeds in the Boston area.
This week TIME will publish a free, tablet-only edition focusing on Monday’s tragedy at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Late night TV hosts react to the tragic Boston Marathon bombings.
At times like these, a message worth sharing.
A marathon runner captures one of the bombs detonated just meters ahead of her on the marathon course
A marathon runner and a sideline observer recall the moment two explosions detonated on the marathon course
Mayhem descended on the Boston marathon Monday afternoon, when an explosion at the finish line killed at least three and injured more than 130. Here’s an account of the first six hours of breaking news from the scene in downtown Boston.
Kenya’s Geoffrey Mutai was propelled by a tailwind and a downhill course in a record-shattering run. But because the environmental factors worked in his favor, his time won’t be recognized as the new standard.
Eighty-one-year-0ld Clarence Hartley is the oldest runner in today’s Boston Marathon.