This isn’t the first time Warren spoke about that office incident

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Elizabeth Warren’s two accounts — one in 1997, the other on Sunday — appear to highlight the evolution of her approach to dealing with the episode.

Lowell, MA: 10-23-17: Two neighborhood children pause and check out the memorial at the scene where a 7 year old boy was mauled to death by two pit bull dogs on Saturday on Clare Street. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

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Debate over pit bulls is reignited after death of boy in Lowell

“We ban chickens in the city but we won’t ban pit bulls – that makes absolutely no sense to me,” Rodney Elliott, a Lowell city councilor.

// ESPN cancels ‘Barstool Van Talk’ after only one episode

ESPN President John Skipper said the network “erred in assuming we could distance our efforts from the Barstool site and its content.”

Abby Johnson is chief executive and chairwoman of Fidelity Investments.

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Fidelity’s CEO has a chance to set a higher standard

Abby Johnson should examine workplace culture throughout the company, and whether Fidelity does enough to make sure women feel they are in a place where they can thrive.

Embattled western Mass. judge faces sex misconduct probe

Thomas Estes, Belchertown District Court’s presiding judge, admitted to having a sexual relationship with a clinical social worker who later filed a complaint against him.


// A lot of rain is expected after recent pleasant weather

Rain is forecast on Tuesday and Wednesday, with strong winds and high humidity.

// Mass. faces an Alzheimer’s epidemic, forecast warns

The people who have Alzheimer’s and other dementias will increase by 25 percent in just eight years in Massachusetts, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

// Megyn Kelly blasts O’Reilly, Fox in extraordinary statement about harassment

Megyn Kelly said she complained about Bill O’Reilly while she was an anchor at Fox News, but was ignored.

JetBlue flight out of Logan diverted after plane was hit by birds

FAA officials said the plane, which was destined for Las Vegas, made a safe landing in New York.

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John McCain may be Trump’s biggest political problem

Of all the fights President Trump has picked, the one he might most regret is his battle with Senator John McCain.

Before he joins the Red Sox, Astros bench coach Alex Cora has a World Series to get through.


Another Terry Francona ‘glue guy’ lands a managing job

New Red Sox skipper Alex Cora has a lot in common with the Dodgers’ Dave Roberts.

// The Season Ticket podcast

Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated’s The Monday Morning Quarterback joined Chris Gasper to talk about the Patriots-Falcons rematch.

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady passes against the Atlanta Falcons during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)


Tom Brady hurt the Falcons by throwing to the outside

While Atlanta’s defense clogged the middle, Brady was 11 of 15 for 136 yards when passing outside the numbers.


// Millis man faces charges in crash that injured Patriots’ Harvey Langi

The rookie linebacker and his wife returned home from the hospital Sunday night, more than a week after the incident.

Erick Torres and sister Jerielis posed for a photo at their grandmother’s Jamaica Plain apartment. Their home in Puerto Rico was ruined.

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Students, from Puerto Rico, start over in Boston schools

As of this week, the Boston Public Schools have enrolled 42 families from the devasted island after Hurricane Maria.

// Groton Town Meeting settles debate: ‘all’ are welcome

Some feel a message on stone markers implies an immigration stance not everyone agrees with and want it changed from “All are Welcome” to “Welcome to Groton.”


// Alexion wins approval for expanded use of its ultra-expensive drug for ultra-rare disease

Alexion, which is moving to Boston, has received approval for Soliris, one of the most expensive medicines in the world at about $700,000.

// In R.I., EPA keeps scientists from speaking about report on climate

The EPA kept three scientists from speaking at a Monday event, a move condemned by some as an attempt to silence a discussion of climate change.

// Retirement in America: We’re working longer, getting sicker, and dying sooner

The US retirement age is rising, as the government pushes it higher and workers stay in careers longer.

// Dramatic video shows a white shark devouring a seal off Chatham

In a scene described as spectacular, researchers this weekend were treated to an up-close look at a great white shark feasting on its prey.

Mr. Schumacher cofounded Wholesome Wave, a nonprofit that helps underserved consumers and communities gain access to affordable fresh food.


Gus Schumacher, a local and global farm-to-table advocate, dies at 77

Schumacher served as Massachusetts’ agriculture commissioner, was an evangelist for getting locally grown apples, cranberries, dairy products, and vegetables in the state’s restaurants.


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The Bedford VA hospital admitted its care for Bill Nutter was not “up to our standards,” but the reality was uglier. Now, the FBI is investigating.

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// Dear Jeff Bezos: Come and help us build a better Boston together

An open letter to the owner of Amazon, proposing a true partnership that rewrites the relationship between a city and the big companies that call it home.


// Genetic testing of embryos creates an ethical morass

People have access to more information about the genes of their potential offspring than ever before.


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What is it like to live in Windsor?

The town Nathaniel Hawthorne once described as a “bare, bleak spot fit, for nothing but sheep’’ is still largely off the grid (broadband is available only in town buildings).