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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Michael O'Keefe
One of Alex Rodriguez's lawyers has sued the New York Daily News, two of its reporters and former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik for defamation.
Sen. Scott Brown, Massachusetts Republican, has told a prosecutor he doesn't want to seek criminal charges against a camp counselor who he says sexually assaulted him 40 years ago on Cape Cod.
Baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., promotes itself as the place fans go for an escape from the often ugly realities of the game. But as Zev Chafets proves in "Cooperstown Confidential," the reality is that the Hall of Fame is more like a repository of everything baseball would like to forget.
Island's District Attorney Michael O'Keefe told the Boston Globe that Mr. Brown didn't identify his attacker and that the Republican senator didn't want to pursue the case — a wish the prosecutor said he will respect by not launching an investigation.