Jimmy Greene holds a picture of his daughter, Ana, as he kisses his wife Nelba Márquez-Greene, at a January news conference in Newtown, Conn. They try to remember the good days with their daughter. "It is what brings me great comfort and great joy," Márquez-Greene says. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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A Grieving Newtown Mother's Motto: 'Love Wins'
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Avielle's artwork hangs on the walls and windows of Jeremy Richman and Jennifer Hensel's home. Craig Ruttle/AP hide caption

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Newtown Parents Seek A Clearer Window Into Violent Behavior
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Winter Storm Freezes Holiday Travel
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Mobster 'Whitey' Bulger Gets Two Life Terms And Then Some
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Critics Say Mob Boss's Trial Has Been A Disappointment
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James "Whitey" Bulger was captured in June 2011 in Santa Monica, Calif., with his longtime girlfriend, Catherine Greig. hide caption

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Victims' Relatives To Face Whitey Bulger At Sentencing Hearing
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Boston Celebrates First World Series Win At Home In 95 Years
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Red Sox Worst-To-First Season Leaves Fans Elated Yet Exhausted
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Red Sox Raise Spirits In Wounded Boston
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Students At Harvard's Kennedy School Weigh In On Shutdown
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Glen James holds a special citation while facing reporters with Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis during a news conference at police headquarters on Sept. 16. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Putting Good Deeds In Headlines May Not Be So Good
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A Boston police officer wheels an injured boy down Boylston Street as medical workers carry an injured runner after the Boston Marathon bombing in April. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Boston Hospitals Share Lessons From Marathon Bombing
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Should It Take 2 Or 3 Years To Earn A Law Degree?
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Molly, a purified form of Ecstasy, is said to be popular at dance clubs and electronic music festivals. Alen Popov /iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Scrutiny Of 'Molly' Party Drug Increases After 4 Deaths
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Jury To Decide James 'Whitey' Bulger Case
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