It is a sad day for Boston And America and the bombing on this sort of a public event it’s shameful and should mark as a black day .
The day after two bombs derailed the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring more than 150 people, coverage of the attack led network morning show broadcasts.
Today, Good Morning America and CBS This Morning were all stationed at the corner of Arlington and Boylston streets, the scene of Monday’s incident. Today’sMatt Lauerinterviewed an ER doctor who had been at the finish line when the first bomb went off.
At home base in New York, Charlie Rose spoke with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani about the bombings. “Can’t stop life as we know it, otherwise these people win,” said Giuliani.More on the subject at THR