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Patriots will play with a chance to go to another Super Bowl

The Patriots Deatrich Wise, Jr. was out early warming up under the sun. The New England Patriots hosted the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Championship Game at Gillette Stadium.

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Kickoff is at 3:05 p.m. at Gillette Stadium, with the winner playing the NFC champion in the Super Bowl in Minneapolis.

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The Patriots owner gave NFL Network an interview Sunday prior to the AFC Championship.

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Tom Brady takes the field with tape on his right hand

The Patriots quarterback was seen walking into Gillette Stadium with both hands in his coat pockets.

BEN VOLIN I ON FOOTBALL

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This game hasn’t gotten as much attention as previous Patriots conference title games, thanks to Tom Brady’s hand injury.

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick at Thursday’s practice.

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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

We’re the Evil Empire, and we don’t care

With Tom Brady . . . without Tom Brady . . . it doesn’t really matter. The Patriots will win.

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Characters played by Beck Bennett and Jessica Chastain did their best to win over Amazon’s chief executive.

Ideas | David Scharfenberg

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Offshore tax havens are a powerful engine of inequality.

Former NHL player Kevin Stevens spoke to a crowd of students at Brockton High School in November. Stevens played 15 seasons in the league with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers, and Philadelphia Flyers.

Former Bruin Kevin Stevens finds redemption from addiction

The Pembroke native and 15-year NHL player is sharing his story with area students.

Starts & Stops

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A study of a possible extension of the Lowell line to Manchester and Concord has a surprising new champion.

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The cardinal on Saturday issued a strongly worded statement criticizing the pontiff over comments he made to sex abuse survivors.

Globe Magazine

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Dario Guerrero took his mom to Mexico when she was dying. It cost him his DACA status.

Opinion

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One year after Trump upended the political world, 10 experts grapple with his presidency.

Globe Magazine

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/01/17/BostonGlobe.com/Magazine/Images/holmes0121crop.jpg How Lexington’s Pete Holmes got Judd Apatow’s attention

An affair ended the evangelical Christian’s marriage and made him question everything he lived by. But out of that wreckage came his hit HBO show and a new spirituality of sorts.

Trump suggests ‘nuclear option’ in Senate to end shutdown

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President Trump on Sunday morning sent a tweet in which he suggested that Republicans change Senate rules to end the impasse over the shutdown.

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The two sides were talking on Sunday, but often they said the other side was to blame in the shutdown.

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Attractions operated by the federal government closed Saturday after Congress failed to pass a budget bill, forcing a government shutdown.

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Yvonne Abraham

In Rosenberg probe, the people who know aren’t talking: ‘There’s no way I would come forward’

Only one of four men who accused state Senator Stan Rosenberg’s husband of assault and harassment has spoken to investigators. The men fear retribution.

From left: Tami Gouveia founded and led the Massachusetts chapter of the women’s march; Lucy Lyman, a 17-year-old, marched last year with her mother; Linda Sopheap Sou works for the Lowell Community Health Center; Lianna Kushi marched while pregnant with her daughter, Ella Kushi-Pouv; Nicole LaGuerre (standing, center) was a lead Massachusetts organizer of the March on Washington; Yvonne Spicer was elected mayor of Framingham; Stephanie Martins ran for City Council in Everett; and Sumbul Siddiqui became the first Muslim woman elected to the Cambridge City Council.

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What a year for women, but what’s changed?

Last year brought women a dizzying array of almost daily humiliations and vindications.

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There’s a ghost haunting the US senator as she ramps up for this year’s reelection campaign and a possible 2020 presidential bid.

A women’s march and rally drew thousands to Cambridge Common on Saturday.

‘We have power. We have a voice. And we’re going to use it’

Thousands gathered in the Boston area and beyond on Saturday for women’s marches that sought to build on last year’s events.

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Walsh aims to rein in short-term rental market

Boston’s mayor wants new rules to limit how frequently landlords can offer rentals through Airbnb and similar services.

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Jackie Bradley Jr. On Yankees' Splashy Offseason: 'Paper Doesn't Win Ballgames'

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Opinion & Ideas

Ideas | Pardis Sabeti

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When an entire field shifts, researchers need room to recalibrate their work. Don’t shout them down.

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Abdulkader Hayani put his daughter Ameenah to bed.

The Last Refugee: A three-part series

A series of occasional articles on the Syrian refugee families resettling here, and the local people assisting them.

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The disagreement sheds light on a deep ideological schism between equally respected experts about what constitutes proof.

Real Estate

What your money rents in Cambridgeport

A sampling of the market in this neighborhood between Harvard and MIT includes a condo with high ceilings and an apartment with river views.