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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - The Boston Globe
Some students at Suffolk University are objecting to the selection of the national director of the Anti-Defamation League as the law school's commencement speaker.
A 19-year veteran of the Boston Police Department who says she was forced to retire because of a hearing impairment she suffered 14 years ago has filed a lawsuit seeking to get her job back.
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists, and the judges' comments:
One of the owners of land in Everett that Steve Wynn wants to buy to build a casino is refusing to sign a promise that no secret owners would profit from the sale.
The largest health insurer in Massachusetts has cut prescriptions of narcotic painkillers by an estimated 6.6 million pills in 18 months as part of a campaign to curb abuse.
Boston's bicycle sharing program, which just opened for its fourth season, is thriving, the program's director said, at a time when similar programs in other cities are struggling financially.
Likely Senate candidate Scott Brown has left his job at a Boston law office, the Boston Globe reports.
A Massachusetts couple accused of treating their nanny as a "house slave" for 13 years have been sentenced to a year of probation and ordered to pay the woman $150,000.
The Massachusetts Public Health Department said it will deeply scrutinize companies given provisional approval to run medical marijuana dispensaries.
The parents of a mental health patient who died at Bridgewater State Hospital five years ago will receive $3 million to settle a civil rights lawsuit alleging that prison guards were responsible for the death, their lawyer said.
Republican congressional candidate Richard Tisei (tih-SAY') says he will skip this weekend's state GOP convention because of the socially conservative platform the party's state committee adopted.
Some businesses that reported financial losses as a result of the Boston Marathon explosions are still wrangling with their insurance companies over compensation or have had claims denied outright as the anniversary of the bombings approaches.
Seven media groups won "Grand Slam" honors in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors' writing and sections contest that was held this week.
The losing bidder for the contract to run the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's commuter rail service asked a judge Thursday to block the winning bidder from taking over as scheduled this summer.
State Department of Correction officials and three prison guards have been disciplined over the 2009 death of a mental health patient at Bridgewater State Hospital.