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Tsarnaev’s Attorneys Want to Push His Trial to September 2015

Lawyers for the accused Boston Marathon bomber are asking a federal judge for a 10-month delay to the start of his trial, now scheduled to begin this November.

Mass. Air National Guard Pilot Who Crashed ID’d

The pilot killed in the crash of an F-15 jet this week in the remote Virginia mountains was a decorated combat veteran with 17 years of experience flying the planes, military officials in Massachusetts said Friday. Military Pilot Was Killed in Virginia F-15 Crash Crash of Fighter Jet Out of Mass. Called ‘Traumatic Event’

Fed. Agency Warren Helped Found is Rife With Discrimination, Employees Say

There are reportedly “scores of cases of U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau employees seeking protection from racially offensive, sexist or discriminatory behavior” in the workplace.

Scott Brown Resorts to Using Politics of Fear in New Ad

Fresh off some good polling news in his quest to unseat incumbent Democrat US Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire, Scott Brown is apparently looking to capitalize on that momentum ... by playing into people’s fears. Sen. John McCain Joined Scott Brown’s N.H. Town Hall Meeting Here Comes Scott: Brown Ties it Up with Jeanne Shaheen in Latest Poll Scott Brown’s Shot at History: No Senate Candidate Has Ever Lost Twice to Women

Globe Poll: Baker, Coakley Neck and Neck in Governor’s Race

The Massachusetts governor’s race is locked in a statistical tie in The Boston Globe’s most recent poll, and Democratic frontrunner Martha Coakley’s polarization among voters is one of the key reasons why. Ad War Heating up in Massachusetts Governor’s Race Poll: Coakley Would Beat Baker; Also Leads Among Dem Primary Voters Poll: Coakley Ahead in Mass. Governor’s Race

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