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Plane strikes bird after Logan takeoff, forcing it to land

A New York-bound American Airlines plane taking off from Logan International Airport Tuesday morning struck a bird, which caused it to land in Boston after just 17 minutes in the air. 2 hours ago

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The case for — and against — Trump’s path to reelection victory

With just over 500 days until November 2020, two things appear to be true: Defeating Trump will be harder than many Democrats think and, yet, his path to victory isn’t obvious at all.

Man with Mass. ties convicted of killing Maine deputy corporal

John D. Williams, 29 at the time of Eugene Cole’s death, was found guilty of murder Tuesday, the Associated Press reported.

Nathan Carman lawsuit in R.I. slated for trial in August

The lawsuit filed against Nathan Carman, 25, by the insurer of his sunken boat is scheduled to go to trial Aug. 12 in US District Court in Providence, records show.

David Ortiz case a high-profile test for troubled Dominican criminal justice system

The high-profile investigation into the plot to kill David Ortiz will test the Dominican Republic’s troubled criminal justice system under the harsh glare of the international spotlight.

Walsh charges ‘there’s absolutely no checks and balances right now’ at MBTA

Mayor Walsh this week jumped forcefully into the debate over the state of the T after a derailment on the Red Line shoved the agency’s performance back under the microscope.

‘It’s a very loving relationship’: Meet the New Hampshire couple married for 72 years

A whole lot of things have changed since 1947, but one thing hasn’t: Josephine and James Marchi are still together.

On last day of school, Cohasset middle and high school classes canceled following threat, officials say

Cohasset Middle-High School was closed Tuesday following threats made to students, officials said.

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