Ravens tipped off Colts on deflated footballs, documents show

Newly released documents suggest how the Colts came to question Patriots footballs, and what Tom Brady said in his testimony.

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The transcript of Brady’s statements at his appeal hearing sheds light on the destruction of his phone and other key points.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

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The release of more documents in the Deflategate case will only serve to solidify viewpoints on each side.

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The man said he was kicked out of Mansfield’s airport after the aerial stunt over Gillette Stadium.

Walsh seeks to limit smokeless tobacco

Mayor Martin Walsh will announce plans to prohibit use of smokeless products at professional and amateur sports venues, including Fenway Park.

On Tuesday, investigators inspected the site of a circus tent that collapsed during a show at the Lancaster Fair grounds in Lancaster, N.H.

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N.H. officials probing fatal circus tent collapse

The father and daughter killed in the collapse were identified as 41-year-old Robert Young and 8-year-old Annabelle Young.

Fox News announces GOP debate participants

The network picked 10 candidates for the main event Thursday night, and the remainder will take part in a pre-debate four hours earlier.

Different strategies for groups pushing legal marijuana

Two groups are planning to file petitions for ballot measures Wednesday, setting the stage for a fierce battle in 2016.

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If you need a parking permit for a moving truck in Boston, you can now get one online.

Vedder, the dog that was trapped 35 feet down a well, was rescued Tuesday.

Dog rescued from Medfield well after falling 35 feet

Rescuers pulled a dog from a Medfield well on Tuesday afternoon after the animal plunged 35 feet through a rotted wooden cover, officials said.

Observer trainee Olivia Nary, 21, passed off a spiny dogfish after taking measurements.

Observers who monitor catch a new burden for fishermen

Those who monitor the catch of the once mighty ground-fishing industry have a fraught relationship with the fishermen who take them to sea.

Large hail was seen in Kittery, Maine.

Strong storms leave thousands without power

The storms brought hail as large as golf balls, snarled traffic, and downed trees.

Wherever he has been, Dave Dombrowski has made the team better.

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Dave Dombrowski could be what the Red Sox need

The well-respected Dombroski was released from his Tigers contract and would be welcome in Boston.

A view of the proposed tower at 380 Stuart St. from Boston Common.

Skidmore Owings Merrill & CBT

John Hancock looks to build a new 26-story tower in the Back Bay

John Hancock has built two of the Back Bay’s most iconic towers. Now, the life insurer wants to add another one to the skyline.

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No arrests have been made in last week’s shooting of Grisel Sanchez, who police say was not the intended target.

Mr. Trimmier helped to choose and train young lawyers.

Roscoe Trimmier Jr., at 71; pioneering trial lawyer at Ropes & Gray

Mr. Trimmier was a partner at the Boston law firm, where he practiced 35 years, and also was a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.

 Temple leaders say that the Mishkan Tefila congregation has dwindled to about 300 families.

BC to purchase 24-acre synagogue site in Newton

Boston College has reached a deal to buy a rare large tract of mostly open land in Chestnut Hill.

Hike the Whites

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After two weeks and more than 55,000 votes, the winner of our Hike The Whites bracket was Mount Lafayette.

Ground Game

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The Boston Globe has revised its rankings of the top 10 Republican presidential candidates in New Hampshire.

Opinion

Dr. Howard K. Koh and Dr. Alan C. Woodward

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A proposed city ordinance would eliminate the use of tobacco products at baseball venues and athletic fields, including Fenway Park.

The Big Picture

Wildfires burn thousands of acres in California

Drought and extreme weather have fueled numerous wildfires in California that have destroyed property and forced evacuations.

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Crashes and other miscues are part of the drill when running a race for flying drones.

Crux

Crux

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Trump’s comments about illegal immigrants from Mexico has riled US bishops

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 A rendering shows where Tishman Speyer plans to build a nine-story condo building and a park on Pier 4.

Developer plans for luxury condos, park on site of Anthony’s Pier 4

A 100-unit condo building would rise on the old restaurant site along with a one-acre park and plaza that would be open to the public. At long last, construction could start on the old restaurant site later this year.