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Dec. 17, 2008
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FBI arrests city councilor in growing probe
Turner faces bribery charges
Boston City Councilor Chuck Turner allegedly took $1,000 then lied about it to investigators. (Boston Globe, 12:15 p.m.)
Turner: Ethics don't influence politics
In an interview prior to his arrest, Chuck Turner declared "ethics never have had a significant influence on American politics."
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The year in photographs
A Sudanese refugee (left), a Chilean volcano, and a Swiss "rocket man" are among the subjects.
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Body found in Scituate blast
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A body has been found in the ruins of a Turner Road house that was destroyed today by an explosion that damaged seven other houses.​(Boston Globe)
Chrysler closing all plants for one month
Chrysler said today that it is closing all 30 of its manufacturing plants for a month starting Friday.​(AP)
AG to drop Big Dig manslaughter charge
Powers Fasteners, charged in connection with the 2006 fatal Big Dig tunnel collapse, says it has agreed to pay $16m to have the charge dismissed. (Boston Globe)
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Madoff under house arrest
The financier (left) will wear an electronic ankle bracelet and be confined to his Manhattan home. He's charged with defrauding clients of $50 billion. (Reuters)More news headlinesOpinionFrom the blogs
Boston Fed chief raises institution's profile
As president, Eric Rosengren has boosted efforts to address foreclosure prevention, skilled worker shortages, and poverty.
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Top holiday TV episodes
They can be kooky and snarky and even subversive, providing a great antidote to the commercialization and forced joy of the season. Remember this "Friends" episode (left)?More in A&E;
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Gearing up for travel
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  1. Supermarket defends itself over Adolf Hitler cake
  2. Body found after house explosion in Scituate
  3. The year 2008 in photographs (part 1 of 3)
  4. Afternoon commute may be slippery; two more storms loom
  5. Antidepressants may damage more sex lives
  6. Etiquette of NHL fighting
  7. Boston Medical Center to lay off or cut hours of 250 people
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