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What We Learned About Whitey Bulger Today

This post is part of a larger series of posts on the Boston mob boss Whitey Bulger, offering the latest details from numerous sources on […]

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Whitey Bulger Had a Hearing Today

And I went to it. The big news is that Whitey’s chosen his counsel: Max Stern and Howard Cooper, two well-respected lawyers. But none of […]

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What We Learned About Whitey Bulger Today

This post is part of a larger series of posts on Whitey Bulger, offering the latest details from numerous sources on Whitey’s arrest, his prosecution, […]

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What if Catherine Greig Turned in Whitey Bulger?

Seriously, let’s consider this. It could have happened. I say that only because of the FBI’s official version of events: The tip that led the […]

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What We Learned About Whitey Bulger Today

Welcome to the initial installment of What We Learned About Whitey Today, in which we at Boston Daily round up all the details from disparate […]

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What Whitey Bulger Can Still Teach Us

For me, Whitey Bulger’s arrest is more than vindication for a Boston FBI office tainted by the stink of old corruption. Whitey’s capture brings to […]

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John Kerry is Gutless

In the past few days, as President Obama prepared his primetime address on drawing down troops in Afghanistan, Senator John Kerry encouraged him to fight […]

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The Empire that Jack Connors Leaves Behind

I wrote about Jack Connors last year. I called him the king of Boston. Connors, the co-founder of Hill, Holliday, one of the nation’s largest […]

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Sal DiMasi: Beacon Hill's Most Fascinating Politician

A couple years ago, I profiled Sal DiMasi, a prelude in some respects, to yesterday’s criminal conviction. None of the coverage I’ve read thus far […]

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Why Mike Capuano's Suit Against President Obama Should Lead to his Run for Senate

It’s on days like this that I really like Mike Capuano. The Congressman from Somerville is one of 10 members of Congress to file suit […]

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Wait — Did Mitt Romney Commit Voter Fraud?

Last year, the presidential hopeful cast a ballot for Scott Brown for U.S. Senate. One problem: Romney may not have been living here at the […]

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$100 Million in the Hole

Today’s news about the T needing at least $100 million to upgrade the Red and Orange line fleets — fleets that are decades past their […]

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Mass. Isn't Historic Enough, at Least for Movies

What a fun story. A new 10-minute film about the Battle of Lexington and Concord won’t be shot here, even though the film’s purpose is […]

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How Scared Should You Be of Cell Phones?

A couple days ago, the World Health Organization put the heavy use of cell phones on its list of things that can cause cancer. Yesterday, […]

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What Happened Yesterday at Carson Beach?

The official line is that more than 1,000 kids took to Facebook and Twitter, organizing massive brawls that they carried out yesterday afternoon at Carson […]