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Wakefield man faces more than 100 sex abuse charges

John Burbine, 49, allegedly videotaped himself as he raped and sexually abused 13 children -- some as young as eight days old, the Middlesex DA said. (Globe, 2:58 p.m.)

Man is 5th biker killed in Boston this year

A 23-year-old bicyclist was killed in Allston today when he collided with a tractor-trailer as the vehicle was making a turn, police said.
(Boston Globe, 2:29 p.m.)

Prepping for the Santa Speedo Run

Santa Speedo Run training

The annual marathon-in-your-skivvies may just happen one day a year, but for these men, it's a way of life. One of numb legs and being very comfortable in your skin.

Brown finance aide declares candidacy

Kirsten Hughes declared her candidacy for chairwoman of the MassGOP a day after the current chairman announced he would not seek reelection. (Globe, 12:50 p.m.)
Weather Wisdom blog

Cold for a day, then milder again

Today will be sunny but cold with temperatures remaining in the 30s, while tomorrow it will be in the high 40s, meteorologist David Epstein writes. (

Police step up patrols after robberies

Boston and Transit Police are increasing patrols after several women were robbed walking home from MBTA Red Line stations. (Globe, 10:54 a.m.)
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Sandy brings economic booms, busts to Northeast

FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) -- On a storm-battered stretch of Connecticut's shoreline, landscaping crews use heavy equipment to repair damage from Superstorm Sandy, racking up overtime pay at a time of year when many are typically looking for part-time jobs to carry them through the winter. (   12/06/2012 3:04 PM )


McAfee denied asylum; expected in Belize

GUATEMALA CITY (AP) -- Software company founder John McAfee was denied political asylum in Guatemala on Thursday and police in Belize said they expected him to be flown back soon for questioning about the killing of a fellow American expatriate. (   12/06/2012 3:09 PM )


Officials: Human error caused Atlanta gas leak

ATLANTA (AP) -- Carbon monoxide detectors will be placed in an Atlanta elementary school where dozens of students were sickened after two workers failed to reopen a boiler valve. (   12/06/2012 1:29 PM )


To the moon? Firm hopes to sell $1.5 billion trips

WASHINGTON (AP) -- A team of former NASA executives is launching a private venture to send people to the moon for a price that is definitely out of this world. (   12/06/2012 3:08 PM )

The Big Picture
Daily Life: November 2012

Daily Life: November 2012

For this edition of our look at daily life we share images from Iran, Ecuador, Austria, India, United Kingdom, Myanmar, Nepal, and a few others from around the world.


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