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Sen. Shaheen Campaign Rips ‘Defamatory’ Attempt to Link Her to 34-Year-Old Felony

New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s campaign is strongly pushing back against comments made by a New Hampshire sheriff insinuating that Shaheen was involved in a 34-year-old felony case. Here Comes Scott: Brown Ties it Up with Jeanne Shaheen in Latest Poll Scott Brown to Face Jeanne Shaheen for US Senate

MBTA Green Line Suspends Weekend Traffic Between Park, Haymarket

In addition to the service suspension, a disabled train at Park Street and severe westbound delays early this afternoon have brought the Green Line to a mind-numbing halt. Now You Can Rate Your MBTA Commune on Your Phone Really? Guy Brings Motorcycle on Orange Line Train MBTA Gifts Range From Flip Flops to $800 Vintage Signs

Report: More Than 150 Possible Enterovirus Cases at Boston Children’s

More than 150 children at Boston Children’s Hospital are being treated for symptoms that may indicate Enterovirus infections, hospital officials told WBZ News Friday. CDC: Severe Respiratory Illness Now in 22 States CDC: Severe Respiratory Illness Now in 22 States

Fraternity in Wis. Allegedly Marked Hands of Female Party-Goers for Date Rape Drug

As the White House debuts a new zero-tolerance sexual assault campaign, UW-Milwaukee fraternity brothers have been linked to intoxicated party-goers with memory lapses and color-coded X’s on their hands. Report Faults Amherst and UMass for Party Problems Colleges Re-Thinking Sexual Assault Education Hamm, Other Stars Join Campaign Against Assault Lawsuit Accuses Wesleyan Fraternity of Allowing Girl to Be Raped

Agents Nab Intruder Who Darted Into White House

An intruder made it through the front door of the White House after scaling the mansion's fence before Secret Service agents apprehended him. The first family was not in the residence.

Welding Company Linked to Deadly Back Bay Blaze Hit with Fine

D & J Ironworks in Malden, the welding company that was allegedly connected with the fatal Back Bay blaze that killed two firefighters, was slapped with a $58,000 fine for a number of fire safety failures, US officials investigating the blaze said. 2 Firefighters Die Battling 9-Alarm Fire on Beacon Street in Back Bay Authorities Search for Cause of Deadly Fire Federal Agency to Probe Back Bay Blaze that Killed 2 Firefighters

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