“Someone knows who did this. Importantly, the person who did this is someone’s friend, neighbor, co-worker or relative.” — FBI agent Richard DesLauriers, who detailed the type of clues a bomber might have left during the Boston Marathon bombings.
“I came to commemorate the greatest hero of our modern age. She took a nation on its knees and breathed new life into it.” — Anthony Boutall, 25, who camped out overnight near St. Paul’s Cathedral in hopes of catching a glimpse of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s flag-draped coffin before her funeral.
“Tensions are high. A lot of people are getting mad. I’ve seen several yelling at the American agents. Nobody can tell us anything.” — Julie Burch, a business traveler stuck in Dallas, as computer problems at American Airlines stranded tens of thousands of passengers.