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God bless Sen. John McCain, one of the two or three D.C. Republicans graced with both common sense and a nifty sense of humor. When... [Read More]
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"A pox on both your houses." If there was ever a trial where Shakespeare's timeless line fits almost too perfectly, then it has to be... [Read More]
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Long before Judge Lawrence Moniz made it official yesterday, Lynn Roy knew her 18-year-old son, Conrad, her firstborn child, did not want to end his... [Read More]
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Long before Judge Lawrence Moniz made it official yesterday, Lynn Roy knew her 18-year-old son, Conrad, her firstborn child, did not want to end his... [Read More]
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This was not about "the other," the shooter with a strange name and an allegiance to some foreign terrorist screed. James T. Hodgkinson was a... [Read More]
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It was as if the ghost of that old Nixon scoundrel, John Mitchell, had journeyed back from Watergate hell to inhabit Donald Trump's consigliere, Attorney... [Read More]
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One year ago, shortly after the Boston Latin School Class of 2016 received their hard-earned diplomas and marched off toward destiny, Tommy Chang, the newly-minted... [Read More]
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Over the scant six months of his presidency, I wonder how often Donald J. Trump has asked himself the question: "Why couldn't I have an... [Read More]
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Before he utters a single word on Capitol Hill this morning, fired FBI Director James B. Comey has already accomplished two critical things with the... [Read More]
For a young woman who's had zero luck with judges over the last couple of years, Michelle Carter made a rather bold move yesterday. But... [Read More]
Beyond the 30 defendants, the drugs, guns and cash the feds netted in their latest strike on a Lawrence-based cartel, there was this chilling bit... [Read More]
Etienne Jules Murphy was 12 years old on June 8, 2005, when Sgt. Michael J. Kelley of Scituate became the first National Guardsman from the... [Read More]
It wasn't exactly a miracle that spared St. Augustine's Church in South Boston from the wrecking ball as it neared its 150th birthday. It was... [Read More]
Sometimes in this business, stories evolve into more than stories. They become a part of your life that changes your life. I had no idea... [Read More]
The bitter pill Trumpians across the land will soon be forced to swallow is that they were played. Suckered. Hustled. Conned. Fleeced. It wasn't an... [Read More]
No pumpkin coaches rolled up to the front of the Cambridge Marriott in Kendall Square on Friday night. Nevertheless, there were many, many Cinderellas. Somerville... [Read More]
In the essays that accompanied his applications to Harvard and Yale, George Huynh, the son of Vietnamese immigrants, wrote about "this tall skinny white guy"... [Read More]
The board of the Dorchester Youth Collaborative told its founder and executive director, Emmett Folgert, Tuesday that it needed to come up with about $50,000... [Read More]
For the most part, things were quiet on Copeland Street yesterday, but hardly normal. In the aftermath of a 6-year-old getting wounded in a shooting... [Read More]
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