Business Reporter, Boston Globe
Jenifer B. McKim is a business reporter at The Boston Globe specializing in social issues and residential real estate.
HSI seeks public's help to identify 'John Doe' producer of child pornography and rescue child from ongoing sexual abuseice.gov — HSI seeks public's help to identify 'John Doe' producer of child pornography and rescue child from ongoing sexual abuse WASHINGTON - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is seeking the arrest of an unidentified man for producing child pornography and the rescue of a 7 to 9-year-old victim of sexual exploitation.
bostonglobe.com — Imagine not looking in a mirror for a week. Now think about avoiding your reflection for a year. Kjerstin Gruys did just that. Gruys, a first-time author and blogger, writes about her experience in an honest, heartfelt, and quirky chronological account called "Mirror, Mirror Off the Wall: How I Learned to Love My Body by Not Looking at It for a Year."
bostonglobe.com — After six years and tens of thousands of homeowners left in financial ruin, the foreclosure crisis in Massachusetts finally appears to have run its course, as the number of property seizures drops dramatically and home values rise at a steady rate.
boston.com — A big March drop in foreclosure activity suggests that "the foreclosure crisis is over" in Massachusetts, the Warren Group said in Monday's issue of "Banker & Tradesman." The Warren Group is a Boston-based firm that tracks local real estate and compiles foreclosure data; the firm also publishes "Banker & Tradesman."
boston.com — While prosecutors announced charges against Castro, federal agents searched a vacant house near where the women had been held. Officials would only say their search was an attempt to get evidence in the case against Castro, but they refused to say what they found or what led them there.
bostonglobe.com — Getting into a top college drives some students to bury their heads in books and others to sacrifice most of their free time for extracurricular activities to separate themselves from the pack. But Bernie Zak believes Twitter may have put him over the top, even though his school of choice - the University of California, Los Angeles - says otherwise.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says lenders are violating national mortgage settlement accordbostonglobe.com — Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said the country's largest lenders are violating parts of a $25 billion national mortgage settlement meant to help stem foreclosures by offering financial assistance and improved loan servicing for homeowners here and elsewhere.
bostonglobe.com — A 40-year-old citizen of the United Kingdom, most recently living in Worcester, pleaded guilty Monday to charges of soliciting the kidnapping of a child and distribution of child pornography after authorities found a dungeon and child-sized coffin in his basement, the US attorney's office said.
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