Advances in prosthetic science
Senator recalls an unsettling conversation from the depths of the mortgage crisis.
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Watertown-based Thomson Safaris denies charges it illegally obtained land in Tanzania, beat villagers, and burned down homes.
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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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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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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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The move would begin to place restrictions on the nearly $2 billion a year e-cigarette industry.
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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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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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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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It represents the Obama administration’s latest break from the criminal justice policies created to fight drugs.
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Rival Palestinian political factions announced a surprise reconciliation deal, upending peace talks with Israel.
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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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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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Kelly Reilly is a sturdy lead, but ABC’s new drama is a mixed bag for fans of good TV.
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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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“Bad Teacher” is a mediocre new CBS comedy adapted from the 2011 Cameron Diaz film.
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“There’s no money in books,” my father said. All my life I have wondered: How did he know?
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Officials say 152 people, the vast majority of them students, were missing and presumed dead.
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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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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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