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Aaron Hernandez: ‘I Felt Helpless’

In newly released court documents, the former Patriots tight end and alleged murderer said that he felt compelled to answer questions from police because he was worried about the safety of his fiance and their child when his home was searched for evidence in June 2013. Some Evidence in Aaron Hernandez Murder Case Can Be Suppressed, Judge Rules What Would It Take for You to Stop Watching the NFL?

The Name’s Strong, Boston Strong

“Boston Strong,” the rallying cry born after the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, is also the name of a 17-year-old boy, born in Utah in 1996 and now living in Bellingham with his parents and four younger brothers. Where Did the Term Boston Strong Come From? Feds Deny Attempts to Trademark ‘Boston Strong’ Boston Marathon Registration Opens Today for Some Elite Athletes

Pussy Riot Storms Cambridge Police Headquarters

The Russian activist band was giving a lecture at Harvard when a supporter was arrested. The band and supporters went to the police station and said they would remain until he was released. Pussy Riot Spends Night at Cambridge Police Department Following Harvard Talk

Gov. Patrick Heading to London for Trade Mission

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is spending the day zipping around London as part of his latest trade mission.

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