Boston Marathon Bombing

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Terrorist Rocks Rolling Stone

When they put Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover, Rolling Stone knew they were chasing notoriety by insulting people who lost relatives or their own limbs in Dzhokhar’s terrorist attack.
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First Impulse: Blame the "Right Wing" and Hope the Bomber Is a "White American"

In the hours after the terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon, journalists baselessly speculated that the bombers might have come from the "right wing," while Salon.com wished in a headline: ...
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Gayle King Plays Up Columnist's Fear of 'Backlash' Against Muslims; He Also Took Far Left to Task

On Monday's CBS This Morning, open liberal Gayle King ballyhooed a guest's fear that Americans might target Muslims in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. The news host thought it was "very ...
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NBC Host and Legal Analyst Fret Over Boston Bomber Not Getting Mirandized

On Monday's NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie and legal analyst Lisa Bloom worried about Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev not yet being read his Miranda rights after being ...
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NBC's Brokaw Blames U.S. Drone Attacks for Motivating Islamic Terrorists

On Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, special correspondent Tom Brokaw used a discussion on the Boston Marathon bombings to argue more broadly that the "roots" of anti-American terrorism across the ...
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NBC's Brokaw Cautions Media to 'Take A Deep Breath' and 'Report What We Know' About Boston Bombing

Appearing on Tuesday's NBC Today, special correspondent Tom Brokaw warned his media colleagues about premature speculation regarding the motivation of the Boston bombing: "I think everybody ...
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