Tsarnaev Released from Hospital

Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was released from the hospital Friday and taken to Fort Devens, a prison for inmates who need medical care. At Fort Devens, he'll be joining Raj Rajaratnam, 55, the former head of the Galleon Group who is serving 11 years for insider trading. Tsarnaev spent a week hospitalized for multiple gunshot wounds—one to his neck—which he sustained during a massive manhunt that shut down Boston just one week ago. Meanwhile, new intelligence shows that Russian authorities warned the U.S. just nine months ago about the Tsarnaev brothers’ long trip to their country, but they only told a single member of Boston’s Joint Terrorism Task Force and not state and local authorities.