The Obama administration will stop deporting younger illegal immigrants who came to the US as children.
The state’s highest court ruled that the Council overstepped its authority when it removed Turner from office after his bribery conviction.
The ruling stems from an involuntary manslaughter conviction of a Milford woman whose child died during a delivery she undertook without medical assistance.
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What if spanking works?
Studies show that most parents don’t want to hit their kids — and that some 90 percent do it anyway. Why even the most modern moms and dads can’t stop wondering.
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Scott Podsednik sparkling with Red Sox
Podsednik was on the verge of retiring when the season started. He got a new shot in Boston, and has become a Sox sparkplug.
Authorities are investigating potentially criminal fund-raising for Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray by the disgraced former head of the Chelsea Housing Authority.
Scott Brown stuck in neutral
Senator Brown, somewhat surprisingly, seems to be shrinking before the electorate’s eyes.
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Red Sox notebook
Will Middlebrooks must deal with reduced role
The rookie has seen more bench time since Kevin Youkilis returned from the DL. Said Middlebrooks, “It’s a learning experience.”
Boston looks to transform parking spots into small parks
The program turns spaces into “parklets’’ — petite, three-season patios, with benches and planters atop platforms built flush with the sidewalk.
Pressure rises as Italy, Spain pay more on loans
The rise of Italy’s and Spain’s borrowing costs to alarming levels on Thursday heaped pressure on leaders to prevent Europe’s debt crisis from engulfing its largest countries.
Newseum ousts reporters from Romney Q&A
Following Mitt Romney’s address at the Newseum Wednesday, reporters were escorted out when he was to take questions from business leaders.
Nation & World
Cave art found to be much older than previously thought
Stone Age artists were painting on European cave walls long before previously thought, in some cases more than 40,000 years ago.
Laura Marling defies age — and expectations
The British singer-songwriter’s allure is wrapped up in both her prodigious talent and people’s incredulous reaction to it.
‘Safety Not Guaranteed’ is a low-budget charmer
The film sticks to its droll indie aesthetic while giving Aubrey Plaza the star-making role a lot of us have been waiting for.
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