WNYC’s Anna Sale talks about the relationship between Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his wife, Katherine Russell. Sale talks about the impact Tsarnaev may have had on her, as authorities scramble to question her. watch
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick has asked residents across the state to observe a moment of silence at 2:50 pm EST Monday--the time when the first of two bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon one week ago.... read more
While it is unconfirmed if a “radicalizing” process took place with the Tsarnaev brothers, NBC News Terrorism Analysts Roger Cressey and Evan Kohlmann describe what that process usually entails and the questions left unanswered in the Boston manhunt. watch
Soldiers on the ground explain their actions and immediate thoughts after the blast went off at the Boston Marathon. First Lt. Setephen Fiola, 1st Sgt. Bernard Mado, and Staff Sgt. Mark Welch join PoliticsNation to share their experiences. watch
Kevin Cullen from The Boston Globe explains to Reverend Al Sharpton what it meant to have the president come to Boston, and how important the faith aspect is in the aftermath of the Boston bombings. watch
The FBI released photos and video surveillance footage on Thursday of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings. NBC's Michael Isikoff reports, and former FBI agent Don Clark and retired ATF special agent James Cavanaugh discuss the newest leads in... watch
It looks like Justice Antonin Scalia has no regrets about the racially charged language he used to describe the Voting Rights Act during a recent Supreme Court hearing. Because he just doubled down on it.... read more
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