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More Than 500 Employees of Massachusetts Companies Were Affected by the Trump Travel Ban

The impact of President Trump’s travel ban continues to emanate throughout Massachusetts, with a lawsuit saying 545 people from various companies and institutions were affected, according to the […]

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Iranian Scientist Blocked from Flying into Boston is Suing Donald Trump

Samira Asgari, an Iranian scientist who was barred under President Trump’s immigration order from boarding a flight to Boston, filed a lawsuit against Trump, the […]

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Neil Gorsuch, Trump’s Supreme Court Pick, Attended Harvard Law with Obama

While Merrick Garland may never get his seat on the bench, President Donald Trump has nominated a fellow Harvard Law alum in his place: Neil Gorsuch. […]


The Death I Want

Why I’m suing Massachusetts for the right to die on my own terms.

V.A. Shiva Ayyaduri
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MIT Alum, Hollywood Lawyer Who Helped Kill Gawker File New Libel Suit in Boston

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, the MIT alum who purportedly invented email at age 14, filed a $15 million libel suit Thursday against the tech website Techdirt […]

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The World v. Alan Dershowitz

The Harvard Law School legend has defended everyone from O.J. Simpson to Claus von Bülow. Now he’s facing his toughest case yet: his own.

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Sal DiMasi Is Getting Out of Prison

After a long campaign led by family members who pleaded with federal officials to send him home, Sal DiMasi is finally on his way out […]

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U.S. Regulators Make an Example of Craft Brewers Guild Over ‘Pay-to-Play’

Decision makers at the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau have settled with the local beer distribution company accused of violating anti-competition laws, […]

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Former MBTA Green Line Driver Awarded $2.65 Million in Discrimination Suit

A federal jury in Boston has awarded $2.65 million to a former Green Line driver who says she was the victim of racial discrimination when […]

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Curt Schilling Agrees to $2.5 Million Settlement in 38 Studios Case

Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and several others have agreed to a $2.5 million settlement in the legal battle over 38 Studios, his failed video […]

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Judge Rules Against Police Union on Body-Worn Cameras

A pilot program to test out body-worn cameras on Boston police officers is set to go forward as planned after a Superior Court judge on Friday […]

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School Wants Identity of Owen Labrie’s Victim Publicly Released

St Paul’s School has requested a federal court to release the identity of a former student suing the Concord, New Hampshire prep school for her 2014 […]

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The Guy Behind the Most Bizarrely Helpful State-Run Twitter Account in Massachusetts

Campaign and political finance isn’t sexy. On the state and municipal level, it’s less Bernie Sanders’ fire-and-brimstone sermons about Citizens United, and more a selectman candidate properly […]

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Lawsuit: Marty Walsh Told Southie Parade Organizers ‘Don’t F— Me Over’

A new lawsuit filed against Marty Walsh in Massachusetts District Court alleges the mayor coerced organizers of South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade into allowing LGBT veterans to […]

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AG Maura Healey Takes Aim at Copycat Assault Rifles

No more knock-off AR-15s in Massachusetts, says Attorney General Maura Healey. The state’s top prosecutor on Wednesday announced she has sent a directive to gun […]