Mystery Writer Patricia Cornwell Wins $50.9 Million Lawsuit

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Patricia Cornwell Wins $50.9 Million In Lawsuit. Cornwell, the Boston-based mystery writer, sued her former financial management company Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP and its former principal Evan H. Snapper for negligence in dealing with her finances, according to the Globe.  [Boston.com]

More Snow Could Blanket the Region This Weekend. For the third weekend in a row, the Boston area could see a snowstorm. This one could bring 6-12 inches of snow between Saturday night and Sunday because … why not?  [WCVB]

A Look Into Carmen Ortiz’s Record Post-Aaron Swartz. WBUR and Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly conducted a joint investigation into the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts.  [WBUR]

U.S. Olympic Committee Sent a Letter To Boston, 34 Other Cities, About 2024 Games. In the letter, the U.S.O.C. said it has just two years to select a U.S. host city to bid on the 2024 games, and that the International Olympic Committee will select the site in 2017, the New York Times reported. That gives everyone in Boston roughly two years to find the time to look at this other New York Times report on what happens well after cities meet the crazy demands of hosting the Olympics.  [New York Times]

Harvard Democrats Decide to Break Their Silence. The Harvard Dems, who haven’t endorsed a primary candidate in five years, decided to endorse Rep. Edward J. Markey, voting 36-1 in support of his candidacy on Tuesday night.  [The Crimson]

Baby Zebra at Franklin Park Zoo Is Named Nemo. Because he arrived during the snowstorm. He weighed 88 pounds at birth (!).  [Boston.com]