Congressional infighting undermines work for America

There’s a lot of work to do to get America in fighting shape again — get the coronavirus vaccine out efficiently throughout the country, rebuild businesses that have been crushed by pandemic shutdowns, and make our economy robust once more.…

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It’s Big Z versus the B’s

OK, let me be the first to admit that the Bruins are in the process of proving me wrong. When Zdeno Chara was let go by the B’s over a difference of opinion in how he should be utilized, the …

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Congress just fine with being bypassed by president

President Biden has proved that, if nothing else, he has a pen and a phone.
According to The Economist, he signed more executive orders in his first two days than President Donald Trump signed in nearly his first two months.…

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HBO makes history with doc on trans con artist

HBO’s Sunday broadcast of the first two episodes of its four-part documentary series “The Lady and the Dale” marks a historic first.
The Dale was a three-wheeled car that in 1974 America promised 70 miles to the gallon — this …

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CNN star Acosta’s claims of bravery are unfounded

CNN’s controversial White House reporter Jim Acosta ought to be commended for announcing that he will treat President Biden much nicer than he did President Donald Trump.
In an Atlantic story, Acosta makes clear that he and his colleagues in …

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Newton North holds off Natick

NATICK — Revenge looked like it would not only be swift for the Newton North basketball team, but relatively easy as well. It was anything but.
After building a 23-point lead early in the second half against a Natick team …

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Malden man charged with trying to hire hit man to kill wife

A Malden man is charged with attempting to hire a “contract killer” who turned out to be an undercover agent to undertake the “demolition job” of killing his wife.
Massimo Marenghi, 54, is charged with one count of murder for …

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