Some big names on Mass. unclaimed money list

President Obama, Bill Belichick, and David Ortiz all have unclaimed money in Massachusetts, according to the state treasurer’s office.

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President Obama, Bill Belichick, and David Ortiz are just some of the celebrities to top the semiannual update.

// Superintendent finalist’s record unclear

Guadalupe Guerrero said he hadn’t “wrapped up” his Harvard dissertation, but a Globe review found he was terminated from the program.

// Mitt Romney’s ties key to Boston’s Olympic push

Romney has been a quiet, but influential behind-the-scenes player, offering his connections to further the bid.

Uno Pizzeria and Grill has spent more than $10 million to remodel dozens of locations, including this one in Braintree, and start a rebranding campaign.

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Once again, Uno puts its pizza first

The chain’s traditional fare, including its 2,300-calorie Chicago Classic individual pie, is back near the front of the menu.

//[1]-8092.jpg Keolis chief apologizes for failings, but no solutions offered

The commuter rail operator said passengers are owed an explanation, but only after regular, reliable service is restored.

Massachusetts Department of Transportation board chair John Jenkins.

Shirley Leung

Baker should remake transportation board

If Charlie Baker is going to take ownership of the problems at the T, he needs to take control of the wheel.

// Record snowfall hampers Boston trash collection

Picking up the garbage has become an incredibly challenging mission following weeks of debilitating storms.

Market watchers wonder if biotech IPO boom can continue

Despite the slower start for biotech offerings this year, few believe the IPO market is a bubble waiting to burst.

Bill O’Reilly has been a dominant force on Fox News.

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Critic’s Notebook

O’Reilly controversy spotlights partisan media’s growth

It’s nearly impossible to imagine Bill O’Reilly being ousted from Fox News, despite accusations that he exaggerated stories.

// Brave swimmers take icy dip at outdoor Winter Championships

A 25-meter, two-lane race course has been carved out of a frozen Vermont lake by chainsaws — and there are no wetsuits allowed.

// What color is this dress? It’s driving people crazy

White and gold, or black and blue? A $77 dress sold by British clothing retailer Roman Originals Ltd. has divided the Internet.

spring training postcard

// Red Sox ready to tee it up

After working out Friday morning, the Red Sox will participate in their annual charity golf outing.

Last year, Christian Vazquez threw out 15 of 29 runners attempting to steal.

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Christian Vazquez is in a good position to contribute

The catcher’s defense is unquestionably an asset, and he aims to help the Red Sox on offense, too.

// Netflix’s ‘House of Cards’ season 3 launched

The highly anticipated third season — accidentally released two weeks ago and taken down — is now available.

Ground Game

// Barnes & Noble in N.H. is a regular campaign stop

Why the shop has increasingly become a stop for presidential candidates is a function of its location and circumstance.


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// Democrats should boycott Netanyahu’s speech

To attend would legitimize Boehner and Netanyahu’s actions and give a boost to the Israeli prime minister’s reelection effort.

The Big Picture

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Wintry woes for the MBTA

A look back at our recent public transit woes, due to an unusually harsh winter.