Craft brewer in Somerville to stop operations

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Dann and Martha Paquette, owners of Pretty Things beer company, had said they were being shut out of area bars and restaurants.

// Video of shooting of black teen by Chicago officer is released

Officials called for calm in Chicago ahead of the release of a video of the shooting, for which an officer was charged.

// Man sought in death of woman found burned

Officials believe a Dorchester man killed the woman, whose body was found in Bridgewater, in retaliation for his son’s murder.

//[1]-9667.jpg Nanny pleads guilty in theft of $280,000 from employers

Stephanie Lee Fox was charged with federal bank fraud for stealing 65 checks from the Boston couple she worked for.

Catherine E. Williams was arraigned in Wrentham District Court on Tuesday.

Beverly driver, allegedly drunk, accused of hitting trooper

The woman was declared a threat to public safety and had her license revoked after the incident outside Gillette Stadium.

A Russian plane crashed in flames in a mountainous area in northern Syria after it was shot down by Turkish fighter jets near the Turkish-Syrian border on Tuesday.

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Why Turkey shot down a Russian warplane

Russia and Turkey are working at cross-purposes in Syria, pursuing different targets, objectives, and goals.

Michael A. Cohen

// When it comes to ISIS, everyone’s an expert

Contrary to the miles of newsprint dedicated to arguing otherwise, there is no silver bullet for defeating ISIS.

// US, France stand united in fight against ISIS

“We will win, and groups like [ISIS] will lose,” President Obama said in a press conference with the French president.

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Traffic heavy ahead of Thanksgiving holiday

Traffic is beginning to fill in on Eastern Massachusetts roadways as motorists leave town for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Someone filed a complaint that Ben Affleck's vintage cars were illegally parked in South Boston.

Even Ben Affleck can’t get a break parking in South Boston

It seems as though one person wasn’t too keen on the actor/director parking two 1920s-era vehicles in the neighborhood.

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Boston’s brand is the future

Boston isn’t about the past. It’s the place where the future happens first.

Amanda Santucci (right) has a more healthy take on Thanksgiving food than her aunt, Lauren.

These days, Thanksgiving pits traditionalists vs. foodies

Who wants to endure Mass. Pike traffic if a heart-healthy spread is all that’s waiting on the other end? Call it the War over Thanksgiving.

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// In 2015, thankful for local dishes that hit the spot

From Ames Street Deli’s French pastries to Yvonne’s tuna feast, here are some of the Boston area’s best dishes of 2015.

// Refs made big mistakes in Patriots-Bills game, official says

A member of the NFL Referees Association says Gene Steratore’s crew mishandled three crucial plays in the Patriots-Bills game.


// Even as they win again, Patriots are looking vulnerable

Once dominant, once a bully, the perfect Patriots find themselves struggling to play at a championship level.

“I was reading cookbooks in my teens,” Joanne Chang recalls, “And just kind of being obsessed with wishing I could have sweets  like normal people.”

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Joanne Chang won’t rest until everything is perfect

Boston’s most famous baker is building an empire on flour, sugar, and an unrelenting focus on every last detail.

// Amazon inks deal on fulfillment center in Fall River

The company said Tuesday it closed on a deal to buy land in Fall River for a 1-million-square-foot fulfillment center.

Tommy Blackshaw on the afternoon of his second heart surgery.


Remembering a son, and giving thanks

Tom and Sandy Blackshaw know something that only parents who have lost a child can know.

Senator Bernie Sanders at a campaign event Monday in Atlanta.

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Bernie Sanders is most popular senator, poll says

Senator Bernie Sanders is riding an 83 percent job approval rating in Vermont in a new poll that tested all US senators.

Ground Game

// For Bernie Sanders, it’s N.H. or bust

New Hampshire remains the only reason Sanders has an argument that there is a Democratic contest at all.

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// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ‘Spotlight’

“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

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Earthprints: How humans impact the landscape

Each site depicted has profoundly changed in the last 30 years.