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Third new Boston suspect ID'd [PICTURE]

Robel Phillipos, a 19-year old Cambridge, Massachusetts resident.

19-year-old Robel Phillipos of Cambridge charged with lying in connection with bombings

Yoga positions on parking penalties to inspire peace - Boston Herald

Cambridge, Mass. is printing yoga positions on parking tickets

Universities may be a waste of money - Reuters

Spending as much as $250,000 on a bachelors degree from world-renowned U.S. universities such as Harvard University and Yale is a waste of money, a new book asserts

A retrospective on the Cambridge police incident and Obama's response: One year later

Throughout the past year much has made over how the event in Cambridge bespoke of inequitable policing practices in America

Accused of espionage, but praised as moms and dads - NYT

Among the 11 suspected spies arrested this week were four couples who, by all accounts, raised seven children without fault

Whatever it is, it's probably illegal in Massachusetts - TheDC

Ridiculous regulations pile up in the Bay State include protection for defenseless milk cartons

Money trumps security in smart meter rollouts - CNET

Companies are increasingly using more smart meters, which can easily be hacked and have information stolen

Company selling cheap designer genes - Boston Globe

Start-up aims to sequence human genomes for $30, in just a few hours

Harnessing the power of the pothole - NYT

We already harvest the power of the sun and the wind. Soon we may also harvest the power of pothole

Elena Kagan under fire for decision made at Harvard - NYT

Solicitor General Elena Kagan, a possible Obama Supreme Court nominee, is being looked at for her decision to stop military recruiters from being on campus

'Candidate X Went to Harvard Law School'

One thing that should be banned: citing someone’s law school as evidence that they are qualified for the Supreme Court

Massachusetts town seeks to curb global warming with taxes, veganism - FOX News

Cambridge, Massachusetts is aiming to reduce global warming by instituting tax penalties and promoting veganism

Ways to Make Higher Education More Affordable

President Obama has proposed a new plan to cap student loan payments at 10 percent of the borrower’s discretionary income. Borrowers with incomes below 150 percent of the federal poverty line (or approximately $33,000) would be required to make no payment, and the balance of a borrower’s loan would be forgiven after 20 years for a private-sector