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‘I’ve Waited More Than Long Enough’

A Medford software engineer, fed up that more than a year has passed since he filed a complaint accusing a Boston Police officer of fabricating […]

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Report: BPD Investigation of Civilian Complaints Took More Than a Year

By Edward Mason and Tom Mashberg   A new report by a panel that oversees the Boston Police Department’s handling of civilian complaints against officers […]

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The Complaint Jar Runneth Over

Hundreds of citizens are waiting—and waiting—for the Boston Police Department to respond to allegations of wrongdoing. Will they ever get answers?

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Boston Police Won’t Disclose Officer Involved in Summertime Cyclist Crash

It’s been months, and the Boston Police Department still refuses to disclose which of its on-duty officers struck and injured a bicyclist downtown during the […]

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Fundraising Numbers Show Hollywood’s Love for Juliette Kayyem

Democrat Juliette Kayyem may have the support of just 2 percent of the state’s Democratic voters, but she’s a Hollywood star. Kayyem’s A-list backers include […]

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The Other Drama at Fenway Park This Fall

The Red Sox winning the World Series wasn’t the only drama unfolding at Fenway Park this fall: Owner John Henry has been fighting to avoid […]

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Dan Wolf Is Officially No Longer Running for Governor

Monday brought a couple of mix-ups in the race for Massachusetts governor: Cape Air mogul Dan Wolf quit his bid, conceding his campaign wouldn’t be […]

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Equity Crowdfunding: A Kickstarter for Companies Is Right Around the Corner

Crowdfunding sites have long been a way to successfully raise cash for projects (does Amanda Palmer ring a bell?). But what if there were a […]

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Peter Torkildsen on ’95 Shutdown: ‘Some Republicans Did Pay Political Price’

Republicans keep repeating that this federal government shutdown is going turn out differently than the one the GOP orchestrated in 1995. But just ask Peter […]

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Our Painful History of Gubernatorial Separation Anxiety

Massachusetts has a painful history of experiencing separation anxiety from its governors. Most recently, Mitt Romney received a torrent of criticism for traveling relentlessly as […]

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So Why Did Dan Winslow Resign from the House?

Why did state Rep. Daniel Winslow abruptly announce he’s resigning to take a job in Las Vegas? NECN’s resident political junkie Jim Braude grilled Winslow […]

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The Dan Wolf Saga, Part XCVIII

Dan Wolf, who just days ago was ready to hand in his resignation, got a new lease on political life this afternoon after the state […]

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Boston Police 2.0

The Boston Police Department, in the midst of a digital transformation, ironically bungled the opening of minutes of Thursday’s Twitter diversity forum by tweeting under the […]

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The Spat Between Ed Davis, Minority Officers Association Reaches a Boil

An angry spat between Police Commissioner Ed Davis and a minority police officer’s association over fairness in promotions and discipline is escalating. Davis took to […]

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Is Dan Wolf Risking His Status As Political Outsider?

A group of Beacon Hill’s heavy-hitters—former attorneys general, judges, and a onetime ethics commissioner—are stepping up to the plate for state Sen. Dan Wolf as […]