After 23 years in the U.S. attorney’s office, Brian Kelly has left his position as chief of the public corruption and special investigations unit. He’s going to the other side of the courtroom: defending people and businesses accused of white collar crimes.
Earlier today, we got to hear the wonderfully talented John Medeski play the piano. Many people know him as part of the groove-based jazz trio Medeski Martin and Wood. But, as you’ll hear, John Medeski is more than comfortable on his own.
When Richard Blanco read his poem “One Today” at President Obama’s second inauguration, that made him the youngest inaugural poet in history.
The state Gaming Commission gave Suffolk Downs a second chance to pitch a Revere-only casino — so opponents are gearing up for another battle.
“There’s the drone picking up the package and flying out of the warehouse, navigating through the parts of America with no trees, phone lines or buildings, then landing on your doorstep while your family cowers inside until after the semi-autonomous, blade-wielding octo-copter leaves.”
This week, we were reminded of that famous Rodney Dangerfield line: “I went to the fight and a hockey game broke out.” It’s hardly news when NHL players throw some punches, but last Saturday was the most recent reminder of just how violent this game can get.
deep electronic surveillance isn’t limited to the nation’s top digital spy agency. This week, Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey released a report detailing how local law enforcement agencies are tracking tens of thousands of cell phone calls and data, all without a warrant.
When you first the music of the Boston based band, Bad Rabbits, it’s reminiscent of classic R&B, with shades of disco. But it’s not so easy to classify. It’s kick-back party music — a blend of R&B, rock, funk, and maybe something else, as well.
The Reid technique has been the standard for law enforcement officials for many years. But critics say it’s coercive, and often leads to false confessions.
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