‘Survivor’ winner Richard Hatch jailed again; reason for arrest not immediately clear

‘Survivor’ winner Richard Hatch in jail again

BOSTON — “Survivor” winner Richard Hatch is once again behind bars.

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Judge postpones sentencing Big Dig contractor even though company has declared bankruptcy

Judge postpones sentencing Big Dig contractor

BOSTON — A Massachusetts judge has postponed sentencing one of the Big Dig’s largest contractors in connection with work on the $15 billion Boston highway project, even though the company has declared bankruptcy.

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David Ortiz says supplements may have landed him on drug list; MLB disputes government list

Ortiz says supplements may have landed him on list

NEW YORK —David Ortiz said he never knowingly used steroids and that over-the-counter supplements and vitamins likely caused him to land on a list of alleged drug users circulated by the federal government.

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Feds want former Mass. House speaker’s lawyer DQ’d for possible conflict of interest

Feds: Fmr. Mass. speaker’s lawyer has conflict

BOSTON — Prosecutors have asked a judge to disqualify the lawyer representing former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi in his federal corruption case, because the lawyer also gave advice to a prosecution witness.

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Boston student who admitted downloading, sharing music ordered to pay $675,000 to record cos.

Jury awards $675K in Boston music downloading case

BOSTON — A federal jury on Friday ordered a Boston University graduate student who admitted illegally downloading and sharing music online to pay $675,000 to four record labels.

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Boston student who admitted downloading, sharing music ordered to pay $675K to record labels

Jury awards $675K in Boston music downloading case

BOSTON — A federal jury on Friday ordered a Boston University graduate student who admitted illegally downloading and sharing music online to pay $675,000 to four record labels.

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Boston jury begins deliberating in student’s music downloading case

Jury begins deliberating in music downloading case

BOSTON — A Boston jury has begun deliberating in the civil trial of a Boston University graduate student who was sued by four major recording labels over illegally downloading and sharing music.

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Student in Mass. download case seeks minimum, described as a kid just ‘clicking on a computer’

Minimal damages sought in Mass. song-download case

BOSTON — A lawyer for a Boston University student who admitted illegally downloading and sharing music urged a federal jury Friday to “send a message” to the music industry by awarding only minimal damages.

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Student in Boston music downloading case asks jury to ’send a message’ to recording industry

Student hopes downloading case will send message

BOSTON — A lawyer for a Boston University student who admitted illegally downloading and sharing music has urged a jury to “send a message” to the music industry by awarding only minimal damages.

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Red Sox star David Ortiz says union told him he tested positive for drugs in 2003

Ortiz says union told him of 2003 positive test

NEW YORK — David Ortiz spent the afternoon answering questions about drugs, not his big home run.

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