Pair plead not guilty in Marshfield man’s death

Lauren Kalil and Michael Moscaritolo were arraigned in Plymouth District Court.

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Michael Moscaritolo and his girlfriend, Lauren Kalil, were arraigned for their alleged roles in the murder of Robert McKenna.

// Warren visits Greece, Germany to witness refugee crisis

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke in vivid terms on Tuesday about the despair she viewed on the shores of Greece.

DCF hires its first full-time medical director

Dr. Linda Sagor will be charged with overseeing the agency’s nurses and reviewing cases involving children with complex medical and behavioral issues.

Senate to address ‘re-homing’ adoption concern

The state Senate is aiming to block the practice of families passing off, without oversight, adopted children they can no longer handle.

// Red Sox still planning to use Ramirez at first base

Team president Dave Dombrowski also said Tuesday improving the pitching staff will be an offseason priority.

Firefighter allegedly beat man over slow order at taqueria

Witnesses said the Brookline firefighter asked the customer in front of him to hurry up, then fought him outside.

// Donald Trump to host 'Saturday Night Live'

NBC said the Republican presidential candidate and former ‘‘Celebrity Apprentice’’ host will be the headliner of the Nov. 7 show.

//[1]-8797--90x90.jpg John Kerry brings top Australian officials to Boston

The secretary of state is hosting Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Australian Defense Minister Marise Payne.


// Twitter purging 336 workers as new CEO slashes costs

The cutbacks announced Tuesday translate into about 8 percent of Twitter’s workforce of 4,100 people.

Bill Mohl (center), president of Entergy Whole Sale Commodities, spoke at an afternoon press-conference.

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Pilgrim official cites ‘financial viability’ in closure decision

The company that owns the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station expected to lose $40 million a year if it kept the plant operating.

Plymouth, MA - 10/13/2015 - The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant as seen from the sea in Plymouth, MA, October 13, 2015. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)

Where else will New England get its energy?

The Pilgrim plant’s closure has refocused attention on several proposals to boost New England’s power capacity.

Hillary Clinton will appear at the debate.

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Democratic presidential candidates set for first debate

This two-hour Democratic debate will be the first time that many voters tune in to the contest.

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The accidental godfather of fantasy sports

Dan Okrent had an idea that has forever changed (corrupted?) the magical experience of watching professional sports.

Oct 11, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) scores a touch down against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

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This season, Tom Brady has been sneaky good for Patriots

At 38, Brady has become quite skilled at gaining yards on quarterback sneaks.

How Fisk’s 1975 home run changed TV sports forever

Forty years ago, in the greatest moment of the Red Sox’ “greatest game,” Pudge — and a cameraman with a rat situation — left an indelible image.

// Time capsule hidden in lion statue becomes subject of documentary

The nine-minute film chronicles how the time capsule went from Boston legend to international sensation.

// After 75 years, Ken’s Steakhouse revamps

Local nightclubs and celebrities in Framingham are gone, replaced by strip malls. But Ken’s Steakhouse has survived.

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Historic flooding in South Carolina

Residents face uncertainty as they cope with major flooding after record-settings rains.


// Big-name VCs, UPS invest $22 million in drone startup

CyPhy Works of Danvers plans to begin selling its unique model of drones in the next year.


// ‘Yes We Can!’ emerges as rallying cry at 2015 synod

As the synod rolls into its second week, the fundamental divide is clear.