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People in Boston had a range of responses to the news that the city won’t host the Olympics.
“We’d like to think we made some sort of contribution to this debate,” said a member of the opposition group.
John Powers | On Olympics
But Los Angeles may be reluctant to jump in with deadlines fast approaching.
The political problems that Boston 2024 faced were rooted in the difficulty of satisfying an array of constituencies.
Key dates and events in the city’s pursuit of the 2024 Summer Games.
Canada’s largest city just hosted the Pan American Games that concluded Sunday, leaving it with several Olympic-grade venues already in place.
Rialto chef Jody Adams asked for help on Facebook after her bike was stolen outside the Healthworks Fitness Center in Porter Square.
Evan Horowitz | Quick Study
Modern inequality isn’t driven by the gap between college-educated workers and high school grads.
Boston received Triple A infielder Josh Rutledge in return.
The detective was placed on leave after his words were captured on a dash camera after the driver allegedly went the wrong way in a rotary.
Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Sullivan was remembered in Springfield as a man of service and faith.
The search panel forwarded just one name to trustees, that of Jacqueline Moloney, the campus’ executive vice chancellor.
The move comes after the Boy Scouts of America decided to allow openly gay scouts as members in 2013.
A slow-moving storm system is bringing heavy downpours to parts of the state.
Everett “Vic” Firth, a former celebrated principal timpanist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, died on Sunday at 85.
The magazine’s new cover refers to Cosby’s accusers as “An Unwelcome Sisterhood” and was shot by photographer Amanda Demme.
Globe reporter James Pindell brings you the latest news from New Hampshire and beyond as 2016 presidential politics take shape.
The presidential candidate touts the effects of profit sharing on employees’ paychecks as well as the economy as a whole.
Fox Sports is leading a $300 million investment that will help the Boston fantasy sports startup battle its larger competitor.
JOHN L. ALLEN JR. | ALL THINGS CATHOLIC
India showcases the maddening complexity of religious persecution.
Here’s a Q&A with David Lee, Amir Johnson, Perry Jones III, Jae Crowder, and Jonas Jerebko.
Alejandro Done has been charged with rape in connection with attacks that officials described as “violent, predatory assaults.”
It’s six months until the Iowa caucuses and the Democratic field still has one big asterisk: the 72-year-old sitting vice president.
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Chinese stocks suffered a renewed sell-off despite government efforts to calm the market.
Americans are more than twice as loyal to their insurance companies than their employers, according to a survey.
The show, which premiered Sunday, documents the day-to-day unreal reality of Caitlyn Jenner, fresh from her public debut as herself.
How can I make sure that everyone has fun on our beach vacation, including my teens, who want nothing to do with their parents?