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The group filed two complaints accusing Kris Foster and Anne Kaczmarek of trying to hide and withhold evidence of state drug chemist Sonja Farak's evidence tampering.
A nonprofit called the Immigrant Bail Fund has started posting partial or whole bond amounts for people detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Senate health care bill floundered without enough GOP support and Harvard Square rejected yet another pizza shop. All that and more from Tom Keane's weekly news roundup.
The former football star has now served almost nine years for armed robbery and kidnapping, after being convicted in 2008.
If Simpson is granted parole by the Nevada Parole Board, the earliest he could be released is Oct. 1.
Oil production is on the upswing in many parts of the country. But the boom in Texas has a byproduct that producers are less excited about.
Police say Andres Cruz, 58, the beloved owner of AC Hardware in the city's Mission Hill neighborhood, was fatally shot during an apparent robbery.
Jackson is challenging Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and says that, if elected, he will push for more training for public safety officials and take steps to address inequality.
A primary care doctor describes the fear she sees among her immigrant patients and wishes the governor could see it as well, in hopes it would persuade him to support a "sanctuary state" bill.
Authorities say 58-year-old Andres Cruz, the owner of AC Hardware in the city's Mission Hill neighborhood, was shot during an apparent robbery at the store.
"I'd like [people] to see the humanity in the subject matter," says Ann Lewis, the artist who created the mural inspired by the women at McGrath House, a transitional facility in the South End.
Most of the daily grind of the criminal justice system happens not in legislative hearings, writes Dylan Hayre, but in district courts.
Information has come out that Somali-American police officer Mohamed Noor was the officer involved in the shooting death of Justine Damond.
City workers are putting up posters around Boston in a new initiative to show people how to safely step in when they see Islamophobic harassment.
The firings followed a Boston Globe report detailing unsanitary operating rooms and allegations of substandard care at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Manchester.
A recent spike in gang violence in northern Virginia has led some police departments there to help immigration agents make deportations.
Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions praised the Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or D.A.R.E, program, but decades-worth of research doesn’t back that up.
The odious emblem of white supremacy has turned up at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the U.S. mint in Philadelphia, at universities, high schools and a middle school, writes Kevin C. Peterson.
With the death of China’s dissident Liu Xiaobo, we look at human rights under the Trump administration.
Civil rights advocates say the posting mugshots and written, pejorative descriptions of suspects by police amounts to public shaming of people who have not yet been convicted.