boston marathon bombing

Terror and Tragedy at the Boston Marathon: and in the Aftermath, Science and Evidence Are Key

, director, Center for Science & Democracy

I grew up in Boston and as a kid would ride my bike to Commonwealth Avenue on the third Monday in April to watch the runners go by. I don’t really know why, as I wasn’t a runner or any kind of athlete and didn’t really know any runners. But in Boston it was spring (finally), and all along the 26-mile route people would come out to watch, silently like me or cheering friends and family. Read more >

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