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Subject Today's Headlines: The rise of the Strangler
Date May 15, 2022 9:43 AM
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Sunday, May 15, 2022


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Crime & Courts


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The rise of the Strangler

Albert DeSalvo is revealed as a boy slowly making his way in a world of wrong, from petty thefts and mayhem to offenses of increasing sordidness — and sexual edge.
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Social Justice


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With Roe seemingly undone, other rights dating back to contraceptives case could fall under attack

The case, known as Griswold v. Connecticut, was centered on the legal question of whether a person has rights to personal autonomy that aren’t specifically spelled out in the Constitution.
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Abortion bans loom in purple states like Pennsylvania, injecting fear into the midterms

If the Supreme Court strikes down the constitutional right to an abortion in the coming weeks a new front in the abortion wars will open in purple states like Pennsylvania, just months before the midterm elections. The party that clinches the wide open race for governor, in particular, could determine abortion's future in the state.
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Social Justice


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Some Jewish students say they feel ostracized on college campuses over support for Israel

Jewish students and activist groups say verbal attacks are becoming increasingly prevalent on college campuses.
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World


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For Putin, a Nordic nightmare is springing to life

An acceptance of Sweden and Finland into NATO, a process that could take up to a year to finalize, would bring the Western military alliance right to Russia’s 810-mile-long border with Finland and would mark another profound shift to Europe’s strategic landscape brought on by Russia’s war in Ukraine.
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Nation


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Beach houses on the Outer Banks are being swallowed by the sea

The once-generous stretch of beach in front of the houses has largely vanished in recent months, leaving them vulnerable to the destructive power of the Atlantic Ocean.
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Justice Thomas says leaked opinion destroyed trust at the Supreme Court

The leak of a draft opinion has done irreparable damage to the Supreme Court, Justice Clarence Thomas said at a conference in Dallas Friday night, adding that it had destroyed trust among the members of the court.
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Abortion rights backers rally in anger over post-Roe future

Abortion rights supporters demonstrating at hundreds of marches and rallies Saturday expressed their outrage that the Supreme Court will soon scrap the constitutional right to abortion that has endured for nearly a half-century and their fear about what that could mean for women’s reproductive choices.
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Israel police to investigate conduct at journalist funeral

The shocking scenes at the funeral, and the death of the 51-year-old Palestinian-American journalist, drew worldwide condemnation and calls for investigations, including from the United States and the United Nations.
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Russians withdraw from city of Kharkiv, batter east, Ukraine says

Russian troops are withdrawing from Ukraine’s second-largest city after weeks of heavy bombardment, the Ukrainian military said Saturday, as Kyiv and Moscow’s forces engaged in a grinding battle for the country’s eastern industrial heartland.
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Some Shanghai businesses to reopen Monday, officials say

Supermarkets, malls, and restaurants in Shanghai will be allowed to open in a limited capacity starting Monday, officials said, even while it remained unclear whether residents would be let out from their homes.
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LETTERS


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Peer-to-peer model opens vital mental health dialogue among students

The prevalence of suicide is a public health crisis that tears at the fabric of our communities, and we need to employ and support every effective means of addressing it.
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EDITORIAL


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Make abortion pills available over the counter

In a post-Roe world, American women will need easier access to “medication abortion.”
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LETTERS


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Explore ways to keep Black homebuyers from leaving Boston

Milton J. Valencia’s article highlighted the ways in which the affordability crisis is pushing Black homebuyers to Brockton, Randolph, and other communities.
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On M Street beach, Saturday’s warmth was like a summer day in full swing

The sandy stretch hugging the curve of William J. Day Boulevard was packed by the thousands with locals and first-timers breaking out new swimwear and soaking in the sun, a welcome sight after a frigid stretch of months.
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Massachusetts


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‘I cannot contain my rage.’ Abortion rights activists rally in Boston and across the country.

Thousands of abortion rights activists rallied and marched through the streets of downtown Boston Saturday to protest the leaked Supreme Court draft decision that would overturn the constitutional right to abortion established nearly 50 years ago in the landmark case, Roe v. Wade.
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Health


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A new Omicron variant, BA.2.12.1, has taken over in Massachusetts. Here’s what you need to know.

BA.2.12.1, first identified in New York, now accounts for 70 percent of new cases in Massachusetts, according to the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.
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Gary Washburn | On basketball


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The time is now for the Celtics’ foundational trio — Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart — to define their legacy in Game 7

There has never been a better opportunity for the Celtics to break through, to turn this season from impressive to special in Game 7 vs. the Milwaukee Bucks Sunday afternoon at TD Garden.
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HURRICANES 3, BRUINS 2


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Bruins home for the summer as Hurricanes cruise to Game 7 win in Carolina

Carolina scored first for the sixth time in seven series games, going ahead just as the Bruins looked like they'd escape the first period unscathed, and two Max Domi goals in the second period were too much for Boston.
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It doesn’t get any better than two Game 7s in less than 24 hours, as long as Boston doesn’t lose both

The Bruins and Celtics have shared space in Boston since 1946 and have never before played Game 7s on back-to-back days.
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IDEAS


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Our totally healthy true crime obsession

Don’t feel guilty about indulging in a genre that’s been around as long as storytelling itself.
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IDEAS


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To fix the Supreme Court, randomly choose new justices for every case

Special interests are gaming the high court to ensure outcomes they like. So let’s stop having the same set of judges decide everything.
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Obituaries


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Sheikh Khalifa, UAE ruler, is dead at 73

Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan marshaled the oil wealth of the United Arab Emirates to develop the Persian Gulf nation into an economic powerhouse and close partner of the United States during his 18 years as head of state.
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Lil Keed, up-and-coming Atlanta rapper, dies at 24

A budding, melodic rapper from Atlanta, Lil Keed had a delicate voice that he often stretched into a helium-high, Auto-Tuned falsetto.
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MOVIES


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Jessie Buckley: Now you see her, now you don’t

An Oscar nominee for ‘The Lost Daughter,’ and about to star in ‘Men,’ the 32-year-old Irish actress possesses an uncanny ability to disappear into her roles — but she’s not going anywhere.
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MATTHEW GILBERT


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TV shows that understood a woman’s right to choose

Occasionally shows — including one dating as far back as 1962 — have helped the pop cultural landscape reflect the realities of reproductive freedom without applying judgment.
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At the ICA, ‘A Place For Me’ breathes new life into an old art form

A bold collection of 38 figurative works by eight artists poses a core question: Who gets to be portrayed in a painting, not to mention one that ends up being shown in a museum, and why?
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NEW HAMPSHIRE


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Museum hopping is one way to get to know the Granite State

Here are five of our favorite lesser-known museums on the New Hampshire Heritage Museum Trail.
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VERMONT


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Need a lift? The hot-air balloons are back in Quechee

COVID put a damper on the annual festival, but this Father’s Day weekend will mark the 42nd flight of the hot air balloons in the Upper Valley.
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Real Estate


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Experts offer tips for making sure your deck is safe before Memorial Day weekend

A deck is subjected to the elements and has to be able to support 40 pounds per square foot.
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Real Estate


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Ask the Remodeler: Trying to solve a sink stain mystery

Send your home improvement questions to [email protected]
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