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High Stakes Lie? Everett Trio Charged With Hiding Mafia Tie From Wynn

A federal grand jury has indicted three owners of the waterfront land that Wynn Resorts plans to develop into a $1.6 billion resort casino. Board Vote Formalizes Approval of Wynn’s Everett Casino

How Will Winter Treat Us? Hurricane Dropoff Gives Clues

September was one of the quietest for hurricanes on the Atlantic in 14 years. This is part of the reason why forecasters are leaning towards a snowy and cold winter ahead, writes meteorologist David Epstein.

Police: Mass. Man on Run From Rape Charges Also Attacked Woman in N. Carolina

The alleged attack came only days before police said Gregory Lewis, 26, returned to his parents’ home in Southbridge, allegedly attacking and tying up his stepfather before stealing cash, credit cards and a gun.

Runaway Afghan Soldiers Plead for Asylum in Court Amid Taliban Death Threats

The three Afghanistan National Army officers who fled a US joint military exercise on Cape Cod two weeks ago appeared in immigration court on Wednesday to argue for asylum, and revealed they have been facing death threats from the Taliban back in their home country. Missing Afghan Soldiers Found Near Canadian Border Afghan Soldiers Went to a Cape Strip Club Before They Went Missing

Secret Service Chief Resigns, Investigation Into Lapses to Continue

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson said she recognized that ‘‘Congress has lost confidence in my ability to run the agency.’’ Report: Secret Service Let Armed Man Ride Elevator With Obama

Pushcart Vendors Getting Forced Out of Faneuil Hall? City Councilors Concerned

City Councilors are concerned that proposed renovations at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace might force out some of the complex's familiar pushcart vendors.

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