Turn on the TV or the radio. Follow me on Twitter. I'll be RT-ing the best info.
UPDATE: I've been glued to cable news shows and twitter all day. There's really nothing good to say yet. Like Tyler, I don't think we could have predicted this outcome, and we probably have no idea what's going to happen next. And like Tyler, I also think this doesn't bode well for immigration reform.
UPDATE2: In the comments, af writes:
I am getting worried about what is going on in Boston – the kind of precedent it is setting for what we're willing to do in the case of a terrorist attack. It may be that the police are closer than it seems to tracking down the suspect (and I hope to God he's the actual criminal), but shutting down an entire, enormous city, keeping people in their homes, SWAT teams all over, preventing (from what I heard) news teams from getting access, as a means of finding one person, seems crazy. How long will this continue? What if it doesn't work?
I've also thought about this in terms of what we prioritize. Yes, this was a horrible, devastating event, and certainly qualifies as a terrorist attack based on everything I've heard. We have to make sure people do not expect to escape capture and persecution when they do these things. But according to Andrew Sullivan, "On an average day in America, 85 people are shot dead. There are now five dead in Boston, including one of the suspected bombers – over the course of five days." How much other crime – not just deaths but everything else – is going uninvestigated and unpunished in Boston this week?
This has to be the top priority, absolutely, but I'm worried.