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Can Mike Trout, Bryce Harper avoid sophomore slumps?

Elizabeth Warren’s ‘A Fighting Chance’: An exclusive excerpt on the foreclosure crisis

Senator recalls an unsettling conversation from the depths of the mortgage crisis.

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In portrait of late artist Jon Imber, life and love endure

A one-hour film chronicles the career, remarkable family life, and the late creative flowering of a renowned Somerville artist diagnosed with ALS.

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Obama’s longer-term foreign policy challenges

With two and one half years left in his presidency, Barack Obama finds a series of daunting global crises filling his Oval Office in-box.

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After an alleged assault in Allston, a selfless rescuer

A woman in her 20s threw herself on a helpless victim who was allegedly being beaten by two former college football players.

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FDA looks to regulate electronic cigarettes

The move would begin to place restrictions on the nearly $2 billion a year e-cigarette industry.

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Watertown safari company accused of exploitation

A lawsuit claims Thomson Safaris illegally obtained land in Tanzania, beat villagers, and burned down homes — charges it denies.

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Suffolk professors object to new policy requiring tenured faculty to undergo performance reviews

Suffolk University, taking aim at academia’s hallowed practice of providing lifelong job protection for veteran instructors, will require all tenured faculty to undergo performance reviews.

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Balance training moves to high-end gyms

Stability used to be something only the elderly worried about. But now, athletes of all ages are working on balance to improve performance.

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More candor please, Senator Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s continued refusal to acknowledge the significance of identifying herself as a minority as a law professor is disingenuous.

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John Lackey leads Red Sox past Yankees

Lackey worked eight innings of one-run ball and shined in a game where the talk was about the Yankees ejected starter, Michael Pineda.

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Justice Department to consider wide clemency

It represents the Obama administration’s latest break from the criminal justice policies created to fight drugs.

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Palestinian rivals form unity government

Rival Palestinian political factions announced a surprise reconciliation deal, upending peace talks with Israel.

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Scott Brown’s candidacy could hurt Charlie Baker

Many of the party resources that would have been showered on Baker’s race for governor will now be directed at Brown’s challenge to Jeanne Shaheen.

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Dublin retailer to open store at former Filene’s site

Primark plans to open a 70,000-square-foot store late in 2015 at a location once occupied by Filene’s in Downtown Crossing.

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In ‘Black Box,’ a bipolar doc with a cure for what ails everyone else

Kelly Reilly is a sturdy lead, but ABC’s new drama is a mixed bag for fans of good TV.

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Writing is bad for your wealth

“There’s no money in books,” my father said. All my life I have wondered: How did he know?

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What a foolish mistake by Michael Pineda

Pineda’s crime isn’t using pine tar, it’s using it so blatantly that the Red Sox were forced to say something.

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Hope is fading in S. Korea ferry disaster

Officials say 152 people, the vast majority of them students, were missing and presumed dead.

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Walsh withholds diversity records

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh has refused to release information gathered by the city its hiring practices of municipal employees, a decision that breaks with longstanding city policy.

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Justices void $3.4 million child pornography award

That figure was too much, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote for a five-justice majority, returning the case to the lower courts.

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