A nation believing it has avoided a repeat of 911 found itself facing another mass casualty event on Monday. At the conclusion of the Boston Marathon, two bombs exploded, killing 3 people and injuring as many as 170 people.
While the President today acknowledged it as 'an act of terror,' it's still unclear who was responsible for the blast.
As the FBI investigates, the citizens of Boston struggle with a fear that the World's premier running event is forever scarred.
The Safe America Foundation is using this latest incident to further mobilize its BE Safe America campaign this fall. In meetings today in Washington and on Capitol Hill, members of Congress and other organizations like the U.S. Chamber will be asked to join in an expanded series of activities.Add a comment