Baker catches Coakley, new poll shows

The Republican’s slim lead is a first in the possible matchup for governor.

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Officials said late Thursday that the pilot’s body was found at the crash site.

Foreign students flocking to Boston

The students’ spending pumps hundreds of millions of dollars into the local economy, according to a report.

Adrian Walker

Powerless to stop a nightmare

Charlie Sennott has had the week every editor prays never to have, spending it mourning colleague James Foley.

There was a lot to like about Jimmy Garoppolo’s performance Thursday night.

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Jimmy Garoppolo shows glimpse of the future

Garoppolo’s performance in Thursday’s preseason finale may have put the final nail in Ryan Mallett’s coffin.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/08/28/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/rathe_ATD_biz15.jpg Market Basket employees begin rebuilding

Following a resolution to the bitter rift that paralyzed the grocery chain, Arthur T. Demoulas and thousands of exhilarated employees returned to work.

Customer Elizabeth Cleary, of Billerica, has been standing outside of the Market Basket in Wilmington every day since the standoff started.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Analysis

Market Basket uprising’s success hard to replicate

So much had to work in the employees’ favor that it is hard to draw a formula for repeating the triumphant movement elsewhere.

PACs are now in Mass., so get ready for high-priced attack ads

Super PACs, free to raise unlimited sums from corporations and unions, have landed in Massachusetts politics.

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