boston-bombings

Liberals and conservatives alike hail Boston bombing investigation

Smaller majority gives favorable marks to overall U.S. anti-terror efforts.

  • Peyton M. Craighill and Scott Clement
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  • Apr 15, 2014

Ryan: Boston bombings should spur immigration reform

The 2012 GOP vice presidential nominee urges action following last Monday's bombings.

Mass. Senate campaigns left with limited window after bombings freeze race

After the Boston Marathon bombings froze the campaign in place for a week, candidates are set to resume their activities in earnest with just eight days left before Election Day.

How the Boston bombings will impact political Washington

The first major act of terrorism in the United States since Sept. 11, 2001 is something that will reverberate in official Washington for weeks, months and, likely, years to come.

  • Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
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  • Apr 22, 2013

Sunday show roundup: ‘Enemy combatant’ or not?

Lawmakers debated how one of the men suspected of setting off bombs at the Boston Marathon should be treated.

What the Boston bombings taught me about journalism

Four lessons learned from the week that was.

What September 2001 can teach us about April 2013

You could be forgiven for thinking that you had stepped into a time machine this week.

The all-too-familiar political arc of tragedy

First comes the pause. Then the sputtering restart. Then things return back to normal and less has changed than anyone thought.

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