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  • CHILD RAPIST TO BE FREED
    A serial child rapist who has been locked away for 41 years — the past 11 as a sexually dangerous person civilly committed by the state — is set to be released this week after two forensic psychologists said he no longer poses a threat.
    Wayne S. Chapman, who...

  • Police: Drunken Hyannis man referred to slain cop in taunts
    Police say an intoxicated man having a meltdown late Friday night over “pizza points” inside a Domino’s restaurant in Hyannis taunted them about the murder of Yarmouth K-9 Sgt. Sean Gannon, citing his freedom of speech.
    Shaune Wittenmeyer, 42, of Hyannis was...

  • Dems Russia truth coming out
    A Democratic Watergate is unfolding before our eyes.
    It’s no wonder Obama’s former CIA chief John Brennan is tweeting like a madman, attacking President Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
    Brennan’s running scared because it’s starting to look like he may have been a co-conspirator in the biggest political scandal since, well, Watergate....

  • Meehan must take control of UMass crises
    Reeling from the roundly criticized Mount Ida College deal and the abrupt collapse of the University of Massachusetts Boston chancellor search, UMass President Martin Meehan faces the biggest crisis yet of his three-year tenure, with a faculty in full revolt and his leadership in question....

  • Colleague grieves loss of work friendship
    DEAR AMY: I’ve been a longtime reader. I love your pragmatic advice.
    I have a co-worker with whom I’ve worked for 10 years. He and I were fairly close.
    Over the course of about six months, he gradually stopped talking to me unless it concerned work-related issues....

  • HOROSCOPE
    Your energetic approach to life won’t mix well with your emotions this year. Expect to face opposition and differences of opinion when dealing with domestic matters or friends and relatives. Your numbers are 1, 8, 15, 21, 24, 36, 43.
    ARIES (March 21-April 19):...

  • SEX CULT CELEBRITY
    Accused sex cult recruiter Allison Mack was the quintessential cookie-cutter California girl with big dreams.
    Green-eyed, cute and perky, the 36-year-old found sudden fame playing Clark Kent’s beloved pal Chloe Sullivan in the long-running Smallville series....

  • I’m a ‘feminist’
    LONDON — Meghan Markle does not appear to be reining in her feminist views since becoming the Duchess of Sussex following her traditional-yet-modern nuptials.
    On her new page on the British monarchy’s official website — in pulled out quotes — Markle says “I am proud to be a woman and a feminist,” referencing a line from a 2015 speech she made to the United Nations....

  • I’m a ‘feminist’
    LONDON — Meghan Markle does not appear to be reining in her feminist views since becoming the Duchess of Sussex following her traditional-yet-modern nuptials.
    On her new page on the British monarchy’s official website — in pulled out quotes — Markle says “I am proud to be a woman and a feminist,” referencing a line from a 2015 speech she made to the United Nations....

  • New life at old CP station
    The doors are open at Mudtown Station.
    The former Canadian Pacific Railway station on Owen Sound’s east harbour is once again bustling with activity with the opening of the brewpub and restaurant on Friday.
    “It is nice to finally see this place open,” owner and brewmaster Morag Kloeze said mid-afternoon on Saturday. “It has been great so far.”...

  • Volcano’s residue creates toxic cloud
    PAHOA, HAWAII— White plumes of acid and extremely fine shards of glass billowed into the sky over Hawaii as molten rock from Kilauea volcano poured into the ocean, creating yet another hazard from an eruption that began more than two weeks ago: A toxic steam cloud....

  • Jupiter asteroid from beyond solar system
    A permanent visitor from interstellar space has been found in our solar system for the first time, astronomers studying an asteroid that orbits our sun in the opposite direction to the planets have announced.
    While collisions with Earth by comets and asteroids...

  • Pompeo tells Iran to meet US demands or face the ‘strongest’ sanctions
    The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has threatened Iran with the “strongest sanctions in history” if it does not comply with a list of a dozen US demands.
    In a speech that sought to lay out the Trump administration’s strategy on Iran after quitting the...

  • The call comes from your bank’s number. The friendly lady doesn’t ask for any account or password details. Feel safe? Big mistake . . .
    AFEW WEEKS ago, I broke down in sobs in front of my bank manager. Other customers eyed me curiously as the blood pounded in my ears and nausea crept over me.
    I had just been told I was £2,000 overdrawn, despite having transferred £4,000 into a new account the day before. No, I wasn’t coming to terms with having indulged in a sudden spending spree. I had been scammed....

  • Meghan nephews caught with knife and pepper spray
    Meghan Markle’s estranged nephews may not have got an invitation to her wedding, but it emerged yesterday that they almost ended up as guests of the Queen … in a very different setting.
    Unlike their aunt staying in the grounds of Windsor Castle, Tyler and Thomas...

  • WAR ON THE OLIGARCHS Storm over visa deepens ++ Abramovich ordered to prove his cash is ‘clean’ ++ Kremlin slams crackdown
    ROMAN Abramovich will have to prove his wealth is legitimate after Whitehall launched a war on oligarchs.
    The billionaire Russian owner of Chelsea football club is effectively banned from Britain until he can show his money is clean.
    Other super-rich oligarchs in Britain also face being caught up in the clampin down on foreign cash deemed ‘not conducive to public good’....

  • Goaty smiles – it was Bill Clinton at his most hammy
    BERCOW cornered, redeyed, in a bare-fanged fight to stay, stay, stay in the Chair. The scandal-flecked Speaker of the Commons, who has now been accused of calling Cabinet minister Andrea Leadsom a ‘stupid woman’, made a brief statement late yesterday afternoon....

  • Ebola treatment for outbreak
    Congo yesterday was to begin administering an experimental ebola vaccine in the northwestern city of Mbandaka where the deadly disease has infected some residents. CONGO yesterday was to begin administering an experimental ebola vaccine in Mbandaka, the northwestern city of 1.2 million where the deadly disease has infected some residents....

  • Trump demands probe into FBI ‘election spying’
    DONALD TRUMP raised the stakes in his feud with the US Justice Department today by demanding an investigation into whether the FBI spied on his election campaign for political reasons.
    He wants to know if a secret FBI informant based in England was used improperly by federal agents investigating alleged ties between Russia and members of his inner circle....

  • US threatens sanctions as Maduro wins
    Venezuelan officials declared socialist leader Nicolas Maduro the easy winner of yesterday’s presidential election, while his leading challenger questioned the legitimacy of a vote marred by irregularities and called for a new ballot to prevent a brewing social crisis from exploding....

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