Does putting Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death make him a martyr for the cause?
A Massachusetts man has been granted a new trial after spending 21 years behind bars for a killing he says he did not commit.
Three men have been arrested after police say they shot at another car exiting while exiting the highway.
Police said the bicyclist was hit Sunday morning by a pickup truck in Sudbury, west of Boston.
Patrol officers heard gunshots around 1:30 a.m. Saturday and then heard a large commotion at a home where they found the three men.
A Massachusetts doctor and a nurse practitioner have been found not guilty in their second trial.
22News found out how many people have actually been executed under the federal death penalty.
The defense said the Marathon bomber was an “invisible child” heavily influenced by his older brother, but the jury didn’t believe it.
After fourteen hours of deliberation, the jury reached a verdict in the penalty phase of the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial.
Jurors began their deliberations again Friday, as they consider whether or not to sentence the Boston Marathon bomber to death.
Attorneys for Aaron Hernandez say “no reasonable jury” could have found their client guilty of the killing of Odin Lloyd.