Boston U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz says 27 people have been arrested after a large-scale gun and drug investigation in Boston that authorities expect will reduce crime in hard-hit neighborhoods.
A federal prosecutor who has been sharply criticized following the suicide of an Internet freedom activist appeared to fight back tears as she defended her office’s handling of a hacking case against him.
A federal prosecutor has rejected a claim by Massachusetts mobster James “Whitey” Bulger that the government allowed him to commit crimes because he was an FBI informant.
Marybeth Banks was in court Wednesday as the man who was hired to kill her was sentenced to 29 years behind bars.
Three former state probation department officials were charged with setting up a “rigged hiring system” that favored job applicants sponsored by powerful state lawmakers.
With all of the hype around the Whitey Bulger case, can he get a fair trial in Boston?