Marlborough office raided in $1 billion fraud probe

TelexFree has been accused in an alleged scheme that has the potential to rank among the largest international financial frauds.

New scrutiny for Bridgewater State Hospital

A federally funded watchdog group has launched an investigation into the alleged abuse and neglect of inmates at the facility.

Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Warren takes readers into the D.C. fray

The campaign-style memoir, set to be released next week, contains colorful stories from the senator’s time in Washington.

// Putin hopes Russian troops won’t be sent to Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed hope for a political and diplomatic solution of the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War.

Firefighters worked Wednesday night to extinguish the three-alarm fire at 27 Hansborough St.

12 hurt in Dorchester home explosion

Among the injured in Wednesday night’s blast on Hansborough Street were some elderly and children, fire officials said.

Elizabeth Cohen sent and replied to work e-mails after 9 p.m. at her home in Arlington.

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Late-hour work e-mailing sends unsettling message

Even as some companies encourage workers to unplug, many workers say they are afraid to go off-line.

Hamza Syed braced for an anti-Muslim backlash that never happened.

Inclusive spirit reassures Muslims after bombings

Muslims braced themselves for a backlash after the Marathon attack, but it never happened.


Faces of the Boston Marathon field

The average Joe, the first-timer, and the rising star are just a few you’ll meet when you take a closer look at the runners entered in the 2014 Boston Marathon.

Daniel Nava (left) and Jonathan Herrera celebrated after scoring on a 14th-inning double by Jackie Bradley Jr.

Red Sox 6, White Sox 4 (14 inn.)

Beleaguered Red Sox eke out win

Jackie Bradley Jr. doubled off infielder Leury Garcia in the 14th inning to score two runs that allowed the Sox to break their skid.

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// A Conversation with Governor Dukakis

Doug Most and former Governor Michael Dukakis discussed urban transportation and Boston’s historic MBTA.


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Wizards 118, Celtics 102

The Celtics’ bench was sullen in the final minutes of their season-ending loss.

Celtics end dismal season with another loss

The shorthanded Celtics put up little fight in their finale, finishing at 25-57 and tied for the NBA’s fourth-worst record.


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BU was first in Division I Hip Hop and second in the top-tier team dance division at the NDA Collegiate Championships.

BU Dance Team wins its first national title

The Boston University Dance Team took Boston Strong to heart to win its first-ever national title at the National Dance Alliance Collegiate Championships.