Hacker group Anonymous targets Children’s Hospital

The hospital was hit by a series of attacks apparently in response to its involvement in the Justina Pelletier custody case.

SEC urges Nevada judge to move TelexFree case to Mass.

The bankruptcy case involves a Marlborough company that is accused of running a $1 billion Ponzi scheme.

Evan Horowitz | Analysis

How does unemployment insurance work?

As debate heats up in Mass. and D.C. about the insurance for those who have lost jobs, here are nine things you should know.

Daily Dose

With rise in measles, doctors urged to learn symptoms

As some parents shun immunizations, experts have advised doctors to brush up on recognizing the signs.


Tech Lab

Waiting for a smarter phone

New smartphones aren’t all that much better than last year’s editions. Here is a wish list for real improvements.


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If pine tar makes baseball safer, and many pitchers use it or a similar substance anyway, then why exactly is it against the rules?


Breaking down the Patriots schedule

Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers are two of the major obstacles Tom Brady and the Patriots face as they bid for a sixth straight AFC East title.

A safari group got a close-up look at some wildlife in the Enashiva preserve.

Watertown safari company denies charges of exploitation

Thomson Safaris denies charges it illegally obtained land in Tanzania, beat villagers, and burned down homes.


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Nawal Ilyas, 27, works on core and balance in an exercise class at Equinox health club in the Back Bay.

Balance training moves to high-end gyms

Stability used to be something only the elderly worried about. But now, athletes of all ages are working on balance to improve performance.

Globe Insiders


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This Globe series chronicles epic gridlock in the nation’s capital, and examines solutions to the country’s political quagmire.