Kraft, Wynn: No Foxborough casino if residents object

Casino mogul Steve Wynn (left) and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft talked to reporters about the Foxborough casino plan today.

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In an interview today, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and casino mogul Steve Wynn indicated they wouldn’t push for a casino if the resort doesn’t solve residents’ concerns.

David Williams, vice president of network operations of the US Postal Service, spoke about cuts to first-class mail service during a news conference in Washington today.

Postal Service seeks to slow mail delivery

The struggling service, which is trying to cut $20 billion in operating costs by 2015, asked its regulator to let it relax first-class delivery standards.

’90s Red Sox sexual abuse case rekindled

Two men notified Sox executives last week they are seeking $5 million each in damages, accusing former clubhouse manager Donald Fitzpatrick, who died in 2005, of sexual assault.

DeLeo plans special session to fire a top aide

House Speaker Robert DeLeo plans to use the session to change a number of leadership posts, but his top priority is to fire majority whip Charles A. Murphy.

Boston to bar new Occupy tent

The City of Boston is vowing to block Occupy Boston demonstrators’ plans to move a winterized tent into the encampment today, citing a ban on new building materials.


Frank, Gingrich are back in the ring

A recent, sarcastic exchange between US Representative Barney Frank and GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has advocates for civility in politics ducking for cover.

“I’ve held one of Boston’s darkest secrets all these years.”

Charles Crawford,  who is accusing former Sox clubhouse manager Donald Fitzpatrick of sexual assault

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Patriots 31, Colts 24

No tight end ever has totaled 14 touchdowns in a season, and there are four games left for Rob Gronkowski to get the receiving mark.

Patriots beat Colts, but allow late comeback

The Patriots, moving to 9-3 to stay tied atop the AFC, let their foot off the gas in the win, allowing the Colts to claw their way back into the game in the fourth.

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Boy Scouts seek to expand their membership in the inner city

Since the start of the year, the Boston Minuteman Council, a division of Boy Scouts of America, has been pressing to curb the race divide that marks its membership.