Albert DeSalvo confessed to being the Boston Strangler, then withdrew his confession later. Suspected of killing 11 people but never charged, DeSalvo died in prison. But a recent break gave police the link they say proves he was, in fact, the killer.
Released in August 1975, "Born to Run" proved to be a career defining song and album for Bruce Springsteen. As Springsteen prepares for another international tour, it's hard to imagine where his career started.
The Occupy Wall Street movement, now in its third week, has spread from a handful of protesters in New York's Zuccotti Park to demonstrations in Boston, Washington, Denver, Los Angeles, and other cities.
As The White House welcomed Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates and Sergeant James Crowley to the beer summit, reporter Philip Martin was in Boston bars listening to what people hope the meeting will accomplish. He joins The Takeaway with the results.
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