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Sept. 12, 2012: Special Needs Abuse in Lexington?

Bill Lichtenstein has accused a Lexington school of putting his then kindergartner daughter, who has special needs, in a closet several times for her behavior - sometimes for up to an hour. This, Lichtenstein claims, has left his now 12 year old daughter Rose with post-traumatic stress disorder. The school's superintendent responded to allegations on September 11, 2012.

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February 4, 2016

Live From New Hampshire: Sanders' Senior Advisor & Candidates In New Hampshire

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February 3, 2016

Clinton vs. Sanders Age Divide, Zika Virus & New Hampshire Primary History - See more at:

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February 2, 2016

From Iowa To New Hampshire, Candidates On Health Care & Love Story - See more at: https://

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February 1, 2016

Iowa Caucuses, Jane Fonda & Restaurant Grading

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Lynch Foundation Donation

Peter Lynch discusses education and his recent $2.5 million donation.

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Military Action in Syria

John Kerry gets serious about invading Syria.

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Rape at a Somerville High School

A student at a Somerville high school is pressing charges for rape during a retreat.

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The Allure of Molly

Molly, a popular club drug with deadly consequences, is explored.

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Wrongheaded, Short-sighted

The new forum for Boston mayoral candidates of color invites all, except white, candidates

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Boston Bridges in Bad Shape

From the closed Longfellow bridge to the crumbling Charlestown, Boston bridges are falling

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Carney: Bulger was a Drug Dealer

Emily Rooney, Adam Riley, and Jeffrey Denner discuss J. Carney's opening statement.

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