Ex-student sues Amherst College over rape case

The lawsuit claims the plaintiff was falsely accused of rape, not given a fair investigation by the college, and denied justice.

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The former House speaker made payments to a man he allegedly sexually abused decades ago in return for the man’s silence.

Kamaia the lion appeared publicly at the Franklin Park Zoo for the first time Friday.

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Franklin Park Zoo displays new lions for first time

Dinari and Kamaia, a pair of six-year-old cats, came in from Texas after the zoo’s former lion, Christopher, died.

Boston may rate restaurants on cleanliness, safety

The effort could resemble New York City’s prominently posted letter grades for establishments.

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A judge in Manhattan federal court announced the sentence Friday for 31-year-old Ross Ulbricht.

Jeff Kinney, author of the best-selling “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” inside his new bookstore An Unlikely Story in Plainville.

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‘Wimpy Kid’ author opens bookstore in Plainville

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday at an old market turned into a bookstore by children’s author Jeff Kinney.

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“I just thought he had a drinking problem,” the witness said of Edwin Alemany, who is accused of kidnapping and killing Amy Lord.

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Offerman addresses grads at North End woodworking school

A de-mustachioed Nick Offerman, of “Parks and Rec” fame, was both silly and serious as he lamented the culture of consumerism.

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Tom Brady’s appeal reportedly will be heard June 23

Citing a league source, ESPN reported the date, which will be more than a month after the NFLPA filed the appeal.

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Bill Belichick deflects all Deflategate questions

The coach would not address Tom Brady’s suspension, saying, “We’re on to next year.”

Air National Guard Lt. Col. John Klatt invited Boston Marathon bombing survivors, Celeste Corcoran from Lowell and her daughter Sydney, 20, to fly in formation over the Merrimack Valley. Klatt is one of the top performing aerobatic pilots in the country. He will be performing with his fellow stunt-pilots of the John Klatt Airshows this Saturday and Sunday along with the Blue Angels at the Quonset Air Show in Rhode Island where the Corcorans will be his VIP guests. Celeste(left) and Sydney walk to the plane Celeste flew in reflected in a puddle from a rainshower.

Corcorans join Air National Guard pilot for special fight

Marathon bombing survivors Celeste and Sydney Corcoran joined one of the top aerobatic pilots in the country for a flight over the Merrimack Valley.

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If Congress does nothing this weekend, a lot will happen.

Somerville Police Captain Mike Cabral’s father, Joe Cabral, committed suicide.

New suicide prevention website targets middle-aged men

The number of suicides has steadily gone up in the state, driven by increasing rates among that demographic group.

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Free iced coffee? It’s the hot new perk at Boston startups

Forget craft beer on tap. There’s a new, free-flowing beverage making an appearance in the office kitchen.

A view of San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill in the 1860s.

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A road trip that predates cars

“Across the Continent: A Stage Ride Over the Plains, To the Rocky Mountains, the Mormons, and the Pacific States” is something of a travel guide to Manifest Destiny.

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The pope is coming; bishops, start your tweets

Pope Francis is using Twitter effectively. Now that he’s coming to the US, a handful of tweeting bishops are pushing their reluctant peers to sign on.

Ground Game

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James Pindell tracks the state’s 115 most desirable endorsements for Democrats seeking the presidency.

Opinion

JOAN VENNOCHI

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A host of family-connected reasons could explain the often pained look on Jeb’s face.

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Texas flooding

Major rainfall over the past few days has caused severe flooding and property damage in parts of Texas.