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Ferguson decision leaves city anguished, uneasy

Protesters damaged this building in Dellwood, Mo., near Ferguson, after Monday’s grand jury decision was announced.

In Ferguson, Mo., where schools have been closed and businesses destroyed, residents worried about surviving the days and weeks ahead.

 

Impassioned crowds take to the streets in Boston

Protesters and police met in Dewey Square.

Forty-five people were arrested during the protests over the decision not to indict Ferguson, Mo., Officer Darren Wilson.

 

Colleges face quandary over ties to Cosby

Bill Cosby helped Berklee College of Music mark its 60th anniversary with a performance at the Wang Center on Jan. 28, 2006.

Berklee College of Music distanced itself from Bill Cosby amid accusations against him, but UMass Amherst is maintaining its ties.

 

Donated arms thrill transplant recipient

Will Lautzenheiser showed how he can use his newly transplanted arms to hug his partner, Angel Gonzalez.

For Will Lautzenheiser, the limbs of a stranger have become his own, transplanted during a nine-hour operation in October.

 

Passing the drumstick to a new generation

State judges in Mass. face mandatory retirement at age 70. But when it comes to stepping aside at Thanksgiving, the rules aren’t set.

 
 

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Ferguson decision leaves city anguished, uneasy

Protesters damaged this building in Dellwood, Mo., near Ferguson, after Monday’s grand jury decision was announced.

In Ferguson, Mo., where schools have been closed and businesses destroyed, residents worried about surviving the days and weeks ahead.

 

Darren Wilson explains why he killed Michael Brown

 An evidence photo of Darren Wilson after his scuffle with Michael Brown.

The September grand jury testimony provides the first and most detailed account directly from Wilson of Michael Brown’s shooting.

 

Brown family blasts prosecutor; Wilson speaks

Lawyers for Michael Brown’s family vowed Tuesday to push for federal charges against the police officer who killed the unarmed 18-year-old.

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The World

 

Hong Kong police struggle to clear protest

Thousands surged into a Hong Kong neighborhood, defying a police attempt to shrink one of the protest camps that have sprung up.

 

Wide gulf facing Iran nuclear talks

Papers at a Tehran newsstand reported on talks in Vienna to curb Iran’s nuclear capability.

The United States and Iran say a new deadline in nuclear talks could allow them to finally reach a deal.

 

Pope Francis says state terrorism, extremists both worrisome

Pope Francis addressed a burgeoning Catholic sexual abuse scandal in Spain, saying “we must not hide it.”

The pope’s comments clearly marked a note of caution about unilateral military strikes against the Islamic State and other terrorist groups.

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

JOANNA WEISS

The media’s version of Ferguson

A television news camera points toward the building where the grand jury convened Monday on the Ferguson case.

The camera tells the truth, but it’s usually not the whole truth.

 

SCOT LEHIGH

Immigration ball is in the GOP’s court

President Obama has essentially said to Republicans: I’ve granted these protections. Take them away if you want.

 

Farah Stockman

Jerusalem, divided

 Israeli authorities erected a barrier to block an entrance to Isawiyya, a Palestinian neighborhood in East Jerusalem.

The biggest barrier is invisible, keeping Jewish communities and Palestinian communities apart.

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Metro

 

Colleges face quandary over ties to Cosby

Bill Cosby helped Berklee College of Music mark its 60th anniversary with a performance at the Wang Center on Jan. 28, 2006.

Berklee College of Music distanced itself from Bill Cosby amid accusations against him, but UMass Amherst is maintaining its ties.

 

Donated arms thrill transplant recipient

Will Lautzenheiser showed how he can use his newly transplanted arms to hug his partner, Angel Gonzalez.

For Will Lautzenheiser, the limbs of a stranger have become his own, transplanted during a nine-hour operation in October.

 

Impassioned crowds take to the streets in Boston

Protesters and police met in Dewey Square.

Forty-five people were arrested during the protests over the decision not to indict Ferguson, Mo., Officer Darren Wilson.

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Business

 

Fox may go dark on Thanksgiving

The 400,000 Bay State residents who subscribe to Verizon’s FiOS TV service might not be able to watch new episodes of “The Simpsons” if a deal cannot be reached.

The new owner of Boston’s Fox affiliate is in a heated showdown with Verizon over a proposed rate increase to carry Fox programming.

 

Mass. home sales rise in October

October housing sales were higher than in October 2013, according to two real estate tracking groups.

 

How much turkey it takes to feed Plimoth

Ellen Cashman, Jean McCune, and Ellen Bonner pitched in for the sweeping preparations for Thursday’s dinner at Plimoth Plantation.

Plimoth Plantation hosts its annual Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, and yes -- it requires a cornucopia of food.

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Obituaries

 

Al Blasi, at 81; longtime baseball coach, Revere High Hall of Famer

Stationed in Germany when he was serving in the Army, Al Blasi played baseball for his post team.

Mr. Blasi coached baseball for 43 years at Revere High School, where he also taught social studies and history.

 

David Greer, at 89; former dean at Brown

Dr. Greer moved to Fall River nearly 60 years ago.

Dr. Greer was a founding director of the Nobel-winning International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War.

 

James A. Lebenthal, at 86; sold municipal bonds

Mr. Lebenthal was widely regarded as a spokesman for the $3.7 trillion municipal bond industry.

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Sports

 

Red Sox introduce Pablo Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez

Hanley Ramirez was introduced at Fenway Park Tuesday.

The Red Sox introduced Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval, and both said their eyes were on baseball’s biggest prize.

 

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Red Sox to be applauded for spending

Hanley Ramirez (left) and Pablo Sandoval were introduced at separate press conferences on Tuesday at Fenway Park.

John Henry said the Sox are now willing to exceed the magical $189 million salary tax threshold. Wow. Now we’re talking.

 

Harvard 3, BU 2

No. 18 Harvard knocks off No. 1 BU in OT

Harvard’s Kyle Criscuolo is in the middle of a celebration of his power play goal.

Junior right wing Kyle Criscuolo scored with 1:50 remaining in overtime for the Crimson.

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G: Food

 

Make the most of Thanksgiving’s leftovers

Sharing a bounty of recipes, from pot pie to sandwiches, for day-after-Thanksgiving food.

 

Passing the drumstick to a new generation

State judges in Mass. face mandatory retirement at age 70. But when it comes to stepping aside at Thanksgiving, the rules aren’t set.

 

Recipe for turkey pot pie

A classic American pie is deep, with only a top crust, and the meat can be beef, turkey, or chicken, along with vegetables.

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