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Backlog follows parole overhaul

Governor Patrick’s revamped Parole Board has voted to grant early release to 17 serious criminal offenders, but has not notified any of the inmates or the victims’ families.

Cardinal heads to a changing Cuba

Cardinal Sean O’Malley prepared to accompany Pope Benedict XVI this week to the communist state, where the Roman Catholic Church has been reborn.

A vehicle crossing in Kyrgyzstan has monitors to detect nuclear materials that could fall into the hands of terrorists.

Nuclear security effort faces uncertain future

Obama administration officials want to cut funding for a major nuclear smuggling project by 65 percent.

Amanda Johnson at her workstation at the TripAdvisor office in Newton.

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Many employees abandon sitting while working

Once quirky outliers in the office, employees who prefer to stand at their desks and in meetings are multiplying in corporate America.

Foxborough, Krafts battle over billboards

A dispute over who controls two billboards near Gillette Stadium has damaged the 27-year relationship between the town’s government and The Kraft Group.