In the brave new world of online TV, Amazon and Netflix tailor shows for exactly what viewers want — whether they know it or not.
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To avoid crowds, opt for hiking on what some call “the wild wall,” miles upon miles of remote, unrestored sections of the Great Wall of China.
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The Bruins’ depth — and the Rangers’ lack of it — led to the second-round win and the Eastern Conference final.
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Gabriel Gomez is expected to target blue-collar union workers, political independents, and conservative Democrats.
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Are frozen yogurt entrepreneurs cashing in on the next big thing — or betting their fortunes on a fad?
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The report on immigration reform is a sad milestone in the organization’s decline, a disturbing trend for the country that would benefit from the serious work the foundation once produced.
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City officials and business leaders visited facilities in Bremerhaven, a place that has reduced its unemployment rate of 25 percent to 12 after it welcomed the offshore wind industry.
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A friend of one of the suspects in a killing of a British soldier was arrested immediately after he gave a BBC TV interview.
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Netflix is using its massive data tank in order to make programming choices. The idea of engineering shows based on our likes is kind of cool, but it’s also kind of creepy.
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Amy Gardner of Newton-based Metrowest Nutrition has the answer.
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It’s not clear HUD officials understood just how much it could be worth to a local authority to perform well on the mandated inspections. What is clear is that greater security is needed.
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Unlike other products, consumers cannot buy cars directly from the manufacturers or online because every state requires auto sales be handled by independently owned auto dealers.
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“I Want You to Have This” is a book about survival written by 50 of the Boston International High’s 11th-graders, here from 14 countries.
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