Finding death cause for 3 infants a difficult task

Working with little more than skeletal remains, the state medical examiner is tasked with a critical part of the criminal prosecution.

Workers in hazmat suits removed bags of waste from Erika Murray’s home in Blackstone on Sunday.

Boyfriend said to be unaware of 2 children in Blackstone

Ramon Rivera III was in “complete shock” after learning he was probably the father of two small children taken from the house.

opinion | Alan M. Dershowitz

Targeted killings and the rule of law

The legal system needs to catch up with military technology.

Martha Coakley tries to close cash gap

Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker has a nearly 11-to-1 cash advantage over Democratic rival Martha Coakley.

Double Shot

Presidential history on coffee

For about as long as we’ve had presidents, we’ve had coffee in the White House.

Everett residents Christine Ragucci (left) and Norma Parziale celebrated at Wynn's Everett headquarters.

Gambling panel’s decision spells end for Suffolk Downs races

Officials at the race track announced their intention to wind down operations in response to the panel’s decision.

Artist’s rendering of the proposed casino in Everett.

State panel selects Wynn casino over plan for Revere

The state gambling commission chose the Everett casino over a proposal in Revere for the Boston-area license.

 Ellis Verdi (left) and Sal Devito are able to relax in a Japanese garden they created on a terrace at their offices on 5th Avenue in New York.

New York pair gets Hub’s attention

The New York advertising agency DeVito/Verdi is turning heads in Boston with edgy campaigns for local clients from Legal Sea Foods to Suffolk University.

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