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The Rwandan native lied about her involvement in the 1994 genocide.
Beatrice Munyenyezi claimed she was a refugee from the Rwandan genocide. Federal agent Brian Andersen suspected she was someone far more sinister.
On the night of the Boston Marathon attacks, Tamerlan Tsarnaev watched his handiwork on television—and laughed.
One veteran Boston firefighter said the blaze that claimed the lives of two brave men was the worst he’d seen in 30 years. But will investigators bring charges?
When Local 718 leadership dug its heels in during contract negotiations for its firefighters, and union head Ed Kelly started taunting the mayor in the press, they essentially “kicked the bag,” police parlance for inviting a shitstorm, with their steadfast…
State Police are reviewing 911 tapes made by the 17-year-old son of a veteran Hingham Police commander who accused his father of threatening him at gunpoint after an argument this month – a story we first reported here. Last night…
A veteran Hingham Police Lieutenant has been suspended and is being investigated by the Department of Social Services after his 17-year-old son called 911 saying that his father pointed a loaded gun at him during an argument, Boston has learned….
“All politics is local,” the late Speaker of the House Tip O’Neil famously declared, and that sentiment was certainly in play outside the funeral of Boston Fire Lt. Bob Kilduff Tuesday morning. Kilduff, a jake who served this city for…
Remember Che Sosa — the rapist who stabbed his own attorney with a plastic prison shank last year, and then asked the 60-year-old lawyer if he was “still breathing” as the bleeding man crumpled to the floor? Well, he’s back….
There are plenty of jokes among the Boston cops about dummies with badges. But today all the talk was about dummies without badges, after a Lexington man was busted for trying to sell two BPD shields lifted from mannequins set…
Ever been trapped in a conversation with someone with breath so bad that you spend the whole time searching for an escape? Or maybe you notice people are trying to More >>
What do healthy brains and planes have in common? If you’re Tufts Medical Center Chief of Cerebrovascular and Endovascular Neurosurgery Adel Malek, MD, PhD, the answer is plenty. Learn how More >>
As Tufts Medical Center’s Chief of sports medicine, Christopher Geary, M.D., knows a thing or two about helping top sports stars stay in great shape. What’s more, he thinks More >>