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Photo: Bank of America Whistle-blower Bombshell: "We Were Told to Lie" to Rip Off Borrowers Bank of America Whistle-blower Bombshell: "We Were Told to Lie" to Rip Off Borrowers
AlterNet - Fri Jun 21, 2013
Bank of America's mortgage servicing unit systematically lied to homeowners, fraudulently denied loan modifications, and paid their staff bonuses for deliberately pushing people into foreclosure: Yes, these allegations were suspected by any homeowner who ever had to deal with the bank to try to get a loan modification - but now they come from six former employees and one contractor, whose sworn statements were added last week to a civil lawsuit filed in federal court in Massachusetts. More »

Photo: Agony of mother whose TWO sons each lost a leg as doctors say up to 10 had their limbs blown off Agony of mother whose TWO sons each lost a leg as doctors say up to 10 had their limbs blown off
The Daily Mail - Tue Apr 16, 2013
Two brothers both lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings and were among the 176 injured and up to 10 victims who had a limb torn off. More »

Photo: Officials: 23 injured, 2 dead, "more devices" as two huge blasts rock Boston Marathon finish line Officials: 23 injured, 2 dead, "more devices" as two huge blasts rock Boston Marathon finish line
Boston Herald - Mon Apr 15, 2013
Two huge explosions rocked the Boston Marathon finish line at Copley Square just before 3 pm today, apparently causing numerous casualties, some possible with traumatic injuries on streets crowded with runners, spectators and post-race partiers, while a top city official said police were finding "more devices". More »

Photo: Catholic paper retracts column saying devil may control gays Catholic paper retracts column saying devil may control gays
Reuters - Thu Nov 3, 2011
CONWAY, Mass - The nation's oldest Roman Catholic newspaper retracted an opinion column that said the devil may be behind gay attraction after the essay was condemned as cruel and wrong by gay rights groups. More »

Photo: Boston church releases list of accused priests Boston church releases list of accused priests
Associated Press - Wed Aug 24, 2011
BOSTON - Cardinal Sean O'Malley on Thursday released a long-awaited list of priests accused of child sex abuse in Boston in the last 60 years, but he opted not to include certain priests, including ones who died without being publicly charged. More »

Lettuce Recall due to E.Coli - FDA investigating
Associated Press - Thu May 6, 2010
WASHINGTON - A food company is recalling lettuce sold in 23 states and the District of Columbia because of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened at least 19 people, three of them with life-threatening symptoms. More »

Will airports screen for body signals?
CNN - Mon Oct 5, 2009
BOSTON, Massachusetts - The days of being able to walk through airport security checkpoints while wearing shoes and a jacket could return if an experimental program proves successful, some Department of Homeland Security officials say. More »

Photo: Senator Edward M. Kennedy dies at age 77 Senator Edward M. Kennedy dies at age 77
Associated Press - Tue Aug 25, 2009
BOSTON - Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, the last surviving brother in a political dynasty and one of the most influential senators in history, died Tuesday night at his home on Cape Cod after a year-long struggle with brain cancer. More »

Mass. woman diagnosed with rare brain disease
Associated Press - Mon Jul 21, 2008
BOSTON - An elderly woman has been diagnosed with a rare brain disorder, state health officials said Monday. More »

Photo: Dunkin' Donuts pulls Rachael Ray ad after complaints Dunkin' Donuts pulls Rachael Ray ad after complaints
Associated Press - Tue May 27, 2008
BOSTON - Dunkin' Donuts said today it stopped running an online advertisement featuring Rachael Ray after complaints that a fringed black-and-white scarf that the celebrity chef wore in the ad offers symbolic support for Muslim extremism and terrorism. More »

Company recalls beef for E. coli concerns
Associated Press - Sat May 17, 2008
Federal officials say a Chicago-based company is recalling beef products distributed in 11 states because of possible E. More »

DOJ appeals $100M wrong conviction order
Associated Press - Sat Feb 16, 2008
BOSTON - The Justice Department appealed a $102 million judgment Friday awarded last year to two men who spent decades in prison and the families of two others who died there for a murder they didn't commit. More »

Photo: Why does Johnny come marching homeless? Why does Johnny come marching homeless?
Associated Press - Fri Jan 18, 2008
LEEDS, Massachusetts - Peter Mohan traces the path from the Iraqi battlefield to this lifeless conference room, where he sits in a kilt and a Camp Kill Yourself T-shirt and calmly describes how he became a sad cliche: a homeless veteran. More »

Photo: MIT student arrested with fake "bomb" MIT student arrested with fake "bomb"
Associated Press - Thu Sep 20, 2007
BOSTON - An MIT student wearing what turned out to be a fake bomb was arrested at gunpoint Friday at Logan International Airport and later claimed it was artwork, officials said. More »

Wives struggled after FBI framed spouses
Associated Press - Wed Aug 15, 2007
BOSTON - For three decades, Marie Salvati and Olympia Limone essentially lived as widows, struggling to make ends meet as they raised four children on their own. More »

They are out there: UFO reported over Billerica
Wilmington Advocate - Wed Feb 9, 2005
Whatever it was that appeared in the cold skies over Billerica on December 12, at least one observer was concerned enough to seek answers. More »

Skateboarding Children Arrested in Massachusetts
UPI - Tue Aug 10, 2004
WHITMAN, Massachusetts -- The parents of two boys in Whitman, Massachusetts, are upset their kids were arrested and shackled by police for illegal skateboarding. More »

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