Boston Marathon bombing trial

Jury selected in Tsarnaev trial

A sketch showed Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in court.

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Ten women and eight men were selected as jurors in the trial of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber.

Evan Horowitz

// State budget questions you were too embarrassed to ask

The process for next year starts tomorrow, when Governor Charlie Baker releases his proposal.

// Baker seeks to end film credit, boost working families

Governor Baker’s proposed budget would kill a controversial tax credit and expand one for low-income workers.


Valet parking startup Luxe plans to pull into Boston in April

Starting this spring, a new app will let users summon a blue-jacketed valet who will take their keys and park their car.

Bill Belichick knocked pretty much every single free agent decision out of the park last year en route to a championship.

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Ben Volin | On football

Patriots still have time with Revis, McCourty

Patriots coach Bill Belichick knows what he’s doing in regards to his elite cornerback and elite free safety.

// Bill O’Reilly’s Falklands stories led to Boston TV job

O’Reilly’s reporting from Buenos Aires, which has been challenged by critics, landed him a job at Channel 7 in 1982.

// Cambridge hardware store ran out of family to run it

There’s no sign to remind us, but Masse Hardware’s motto — “If we don’t have it, you don’t need it” — lives on.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu framed his argument in the context of the Holocaust.


US-Iran nuclear pact a ‘bad deal,’ Netanyahu says

Before Congress, the Israeli prime minister delivered an impassioned challenge to President Obama’s efforts with Iran.

// Two more winter storms headed toward Mass.

The storms will bring snow, rain, and sleet, and possibly make this winter season the snowiest on record in Boston.

City Council forms committee on Olympics bid

The committee will ensure public input in Boston’s bid and examine possible impacts on the city’s neighborhoods.

The MBTA will start to release some location data to track the trolleys as soon as next month.

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MBTA installing underground Green Line tracking system

Riders will soon be able to pinpoint the locations of trolleys and get accurate arrival information on their smartphones.

// Petraeus reaches deal over giving classified data to mistress

The former CIA director agreed to a plea deal that carries a maximum penalty of one year in prison.

Aaron Hernandez talked with attorney Charles Rankin during the murder trial on Tuesday.

Prosecutors detail Hernandez texts with victim

Jurors viewed text messages that Aaron Hernandez exchanged with Odin Lloyd hours before his death.

// House to vote on Homeland Security bill without restrictions

The Republican-led House will back legislation to fund the department through the end of the budget year.

The Big Picture

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Documenting one family’s home birth experience

For Ashley Bennett, having her second child at home in Medford was an opportunity to be encouraged and supported.