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Conservative Take: Impeachment
Opinions, Column

Conservative Take: Impeachment

The Senate began the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, commencing long days of arguments from both Republicans and Democrats. But while the two parties have battled it out in the Senate chamber over whether or not to convict the president, a different battle lies outside of Congress—how this impeachment will affect the 2020 election. …

Metro, Boston

Roughly Two-Thirds of BPS Schools Meet Standards

Roughly two-thirds of Boston Public Schools improved from last year, according to the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) annual accountability report for schools across the state. The report designated the Boston Public Schools (BPS) as making “substantial progress towards targets.” BPS is within the medium range among the other districts of Massachusetts,…

Metro, Featured Story, Boston

Newton Judge Files to Drop Her Obstruction Charge

Shelley M. Richmond Joseph, a judge in Newton District Court who has been indicted on an obstruction of justice charge for allegedly helping an undocumented immigrant escape from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), filed a motion to have the charges against her dropped on Friday. The filing calls the charges “unprecedented,” and referenced a 2017…

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