6 key passages from the federal indictment of former president Trump
A sweeping indictment of Donald Trump contains a stunning array of details related to the former president’s alleged mishandling of classified documents, including some related to US nuclear programs and potential vulnerability to attack.
Boston attorney, twice acquitted of sexual assault, found not guilty in 2016 rape case
Gary Zerola, a 51-year-old former prosecutor turned defense attorney, was accused of raping a 23-year-old woman in November 2016 when she said she woke up after a night of partying in the North End to find Zerola undressing and assaulting her.
4 Indigenous children lost in jungle for 40 days after plane crash are found alive in ColombiaFour Indigenous children who disappeared 40 days ago after surviving a small plane crash in the Amazon jungle were found alive Friday, Colombian authorities announced, ending an intense search that gripped the nation.
GARY WASHBURN | ON BASKETBALLThis was a ‘prove it’ season for Dorchester native Bruce Brown, and in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, he did just thatBrown, a Wakefield High product, scored 11 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter on Friday as Denver moved to within one win of its first NBA title with a 108-95 victory.
Umpires deciding next steps after reported harassment, threats at Taunton Little League game
The president of a local umpire association said he would hold an “emergency meeting” on Friday to decide how to move forward following a confrontation Monday between attendees of a Taunton Little League game and the umpires who were calling it.
Red Sox move Chris Sale to 60-day injured list and activate Adam Duvall ahead of Yankees series Peter Abraham: It doesn’t matter where they are in the standings, Red Sox-Yankees games are still special
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As Biden visits renamed N.C. military base, DeSantis slams ‘political correctness run amok’President Biden traveled to the recently renamed Fort Liberty in North Carolina on Friday to sign an executive order that aims to bolster job opportunities for military and veteran spouses whose careers are often disrupted by their loved ones’ deployments.
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Trump kept classified documents in bathroom, shower of Mar-a-Lago club, indictment alleges
Donald Trump has been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, making him the first former president in US history to face federal charges. Follow live updates.
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For Chris Sale and Jacob deGrom, chances for Cooperstown sidelined by injuries
DeGrom is out for the season and much of 2024 as he will need a second Tommy John surgery, while Sale is back on the injured list for the eighth time since 2018 with a stress reaction to his shoulder blade.
GARY WASHBURN | ON BASKETBALL
This was a ‘prove it’ season for Dorchester native Bruce Brown, and in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, he did just that
Brown, a Wakefield High product, scored 11 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter on Friday as Denver moved to within one win of its first NBA title with a 108-95 victory.
Lawmakers propose to weaken Obama rule requiring airlines to advertise full airfare price
Lawmakers are considering rolling back an Obama-era rule that requires airlines to show the total price of a ticket upfront in advertising, while also tweaking training requirements for airline pilots and making other changes in a massive bill covering the Federal Aviation Administration.