House GOP files suit against Obama over health law

House Republicans are suing over unilateral actions on the law that they say are abuses of the president’s executive authority.

// Baker set to name health and human services chief

Marylou Sudders, former commissioner of the state Department of Mental Health, could be selected as soon as Friday.

House Speaker John Boehner spoke at a news conference Friday.

Obama ‘damaging the presidency itself,’ Boehner says

The Republican House speaker offered no hint of what steps the House might take to block Obama’s immigration plan.

// Local immigrant community torn over Obama’s plan

Area residents felt a mix of disappointment and joy as it became clear that the president would help some immigrants, but not others.

Site shows insecure webcam feeds from around the world

Views from Boston webcams were available on a Russian website that has tapped into insecure video feeds.

Because of academic responsibilities, MIT players are limited to two hours of practice a day, which they make the most of Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis

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MIT’s football brilliance leads to undefeated season

The team of rocket scientists and math majors will play its first playoff game Saturday.

// Digital TV service Aereo files for bankruptcy

The innovative Boston company’s antenna and digital recording service was declared illegal by the US Supreme Court.

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// Why did we ignore Bill Cosby allegations for so long?

The sexual assault accusations have been out there, much reported yet never gaining cultural traction, for some time.

Paul Guzzi.

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Everyone wants Paul Guzzi’s job, and its paycheck

Many high-profile figures are hoping to become the next president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.

The candidates for Boston mayor met for a forum last September.

What happened to those who ran for Boston’s mayor

Marty Walsh has been in the news nearly nonstop, but the others have largely disappeared from the public stage.