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Mine, yours, ours: Owning a priority but sharing finds niche

May 15 2012

NEW YORK Millions of families displaced after the housing market imploded haven't totally shattered the American dream -- owning a home remains a priority for the majority of adults, according to a new consumer survey.

Mine, yours, ours: Owning a priority but sharing finds niche

May 15 2012

NEW YORK, May 15 Millions of families displaced after the housing market imploded haven't totally shattered the American dream -- owning a home remains a priority for the majority of adults, according to a new consumer survey.

Best face forward: chin implants surge in popularity

May 03 2012

BOSTON Over the last year Dr. Darrick Antell has performed up to three or four chin implants a day, reflecting a national trend that has seen chin augmentations emerge as the fastest growing plastic surgery trend of 2011.

Best face forward: chin implants surge in popularity

May 03 2012

BOSTON Over the last year Dr. Darrick Antell has performed up to three or four chin implants a day, reflecting a national trend that has seen chin augmentations emerge as the fastest growing plastic surgery trend of 2011.

Courtroom drama as mobster Bulger's girlfriend pleads guilty

Mar 14 2012

BOSTON Catherine Greig, girlfriend of James "Whitey" Bulger, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to charges she conspired to help the reputed Boston mob boss charged with 19 murders evade capture during their 16 years on the run.

Thousands still without power after Boston blaze

Mar 14 2012

BOSTON Thousands remained without power in Boston on Wednesday morning after a transformer fire caused a massive blackout on Tuesday night, forcing tourists and Bostonians to flee onto eerily darkened streets beneath thick black smoke.

Thousands still without power after Boston blaze

Mar 14 2012

BOSTON, March 14 Thousands remained without power in Boston on Wednesday morning after a transformer fire caused a massive blackout on Tuesday night, forcing tourists and Bostonians to flee onto eerily darkened streets beneath thick black smoke.

More men accuse former Red Sox staffer of abuse

Mar 05 2012

BOSTON Nine more men have come forward to accuse a deceased Red Sox staffer of sexually abusing them decades ago as teenagers, including some who were working for the major league team, an attorney representing them said on Monday.

Northeast gets a rare taste of wintry weather

Mar 01 2012

BOSTON The Northeast was hit with a blast of winter weather -- rare this year -- as a storm plowing through the region on Thursday was expected to blanket areas from New York to Maine with up to a foot of snow.

Joseph Kennedy III launches bid for Congress

Feb 16 2012

BOSTON Joseph Kennedy III, the grandson of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, announced on Thursday his candidacy for the Congressional seat from Massachusetts long held by retiring Representative Barney Frank.

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