|15||April, Lusapho||31||South Africa||2:14:59|
|21||Sanca, Ruben||27||Cape Verde||2:19:05|
|72||Joslyn, C Fred||30||USA||2:29:12|
|93||Fernandez Cantos, Juan Antonio||32||Spain||2:30:45|
Bitter split muddles future of South End markets
Because of an ugly business divorce, a market currently in the “SoWa” district will move to a grimy parcel under the I-93 overpass.More...
Heart attack eyed as cause of pilot’s death on Boston-bound flight
A flight attendant who was a former emergency room nurse sprang to action, but could not save the pilot; the first officer landed the plane.More...
Study finds that daughters benefit when moms work
Daughters of working mothers are more likely to be employed, work more hours, and earn higher wages than women whose mothers stayed home full time.More...
Family, friends wait for word on cargo ship’s fate
Seven mariners with area ties were among 33 aboard the El Faro, believed sunk in Hurricane Joaquin.More...
It costs you $43 every time you wait for the doctor
A study says that cost surpasses the average out-of-cost pockets for the care itself, which is about $32.More...
Marco Rubio seeks his moment in GOP contest — just not too soon
The Florida senator is getting new attention as Republicans search for a candidate who can be viable in the general election.More...
Falling rock may have led to Amtrak derailment in Vt.
Three cars plunged down a steep embankment in Monday’s incident, and at least seven people were hurt.More...
DraftKings, FanDuel team up to defend integrity of games
The companies issued a joint statement after a DraftKings employee, who won $350,000 on its rival’s site, said he posted stats early online.More...
As South Carolina reels, flooding shifts toward coastline
Officials rushed to search homes, restore infrastructure and deliver drinking water after days of record-breaking rainfalls that left at least 12 people dead.More...
Russia hints of ground troops entering Syria
Russia signaled deepening intervention Monday in the Syria war, saying its “volunteer” ground forces would soon be fighting there.More...
Ancient city’s arch razed, officials confirm
Syrian officials confirmed that Islamic State militants have destroyed a nearly 2,000-year-old Roman arch in the ancient city of Palmyra.More...
Patrick Kennedy breaks the silence
It can’t be easy to confront the secrets, given the longtime effort to control extended-family mythology.More...
Why did the deer cross the road?
Many people enjoy the beauty of autumn, but it can be a dangerous time for wild animals, who often must cross busy roads in search of food.More...
Courtney Love is attraction, but songs carry ‘Choir Boy’
It’s not a backhanded compliment to say that “Kansas City Choir Boy” has its moments.More...
A bad health care idea rears its head again
Beacon Hill should reject a bill that would change how payments are set for private ambulance services.More...
Trade pact offers shorter protection against copies of medications
Initial reports suggested the sweeping deal won’t provide the 12 years of commercial protection the US-based biopharma industry had sought.More...
Supreme Court opens term quietly, but divisive social issues lie ahead
The Supreme Court’s new term began Monday with no cross words between the justices.More...
Stunned Nobel winner: ‘Is there some way I can verify this?’
Retired to North Andover, parasite biologist William Campbell was startled to get a pre-dawn call informing him of the honor.More...
Deal reached on Pacific Rim trade pact
President Obama hailed the completion Monday of a historic 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal that he said ‘‘reflects America’s values.”More...
US general says Afghans called for strike that hit Kunduz hospital
The US commander in Afghanistan said that the US airstrike that destroyed a Doctors Without Borders hospital was requested by Afghan forces.More...