Elizabeth Warren, a.k.a. Senator Clickbait, attracts eyeballs, clicks, and marketers of many stripes on the Internet
The name Elizabeth Warren draws dollars and clicks. The Massachusetts Democrat’s online marketing power is so strong that even players in the student debt industry want her as a pitch woman. Put her image on Facebook and it can generate hundreds of thousands of shares. A simple e-mail from her with the subject line “I’m sorry” once yielded more than $430,000.
US cites Hub schools’ failures in English-language training
The violations are so widespread that the school system is concerned that federal agencies might head to court to force compliance.
Edward M. Kennedy Institute aims to inspire
The institute is a reminder of everything the Senate was designed to be — and everything it can be again, the senator’s widow writes.
Bullet is removed from officer who was shot in Roxbury
Officer John Moynihan is recovering and in stable condition after a bullet was removed from his neck Sunday.
The wicked irony of Holy Week
Intended to transform suffering, these observances became, down through the ages, a transcendent source of suffering.
Iran backs away from key component of nuclear agreement
With the deadline two days away, Iranian officials said they are no longer willing to ship their atomic fuel out of the country.
Common ground on the ‘doc fix’
Congress overwhelmingly set permanent rates for physician payment under Medicare.
Boston police response to shooting of officer could serve as a model
City and police officials, politicians, and civic leaders took steps designed to assure a measured response and methodical investigation.
Alcoholics Anonymous not the only treatment option
Although AA clearly works for some people, it’s not a success for others.
Twenty years after her murder, Somerville teenager’s loved ones hope for new leads
Deanna Cremin’s family plans a memorial service for her on Monday, 20 years after the 17-year-old’s unsolved murder.
Collision sends sander crashing into house
Three people were taken to hospitals Friday night after a collision caused a Framingham town sander truck to crash into a house, authorities said.
Swastikas found at Northeastern University
For the second time in the past four months, swastikas were discovered scrawled at Northeastern University.
Police arrest three teens in South End armed robbery
The teens allegedly robbed a victim at gunpoint with BB guns that looked like high-powered firearms.
Suspect in fatal stabbing in Worcester still at large, police say
Authorities in Worcester were seeking a suspect in a stabbing Saturday night in which a 25-year-old man died.
Two drivers hurt in Wellesley collision
A head-on collision between a car and van in Wellesley Sunday morning left both drivers injured, authorities said.
Clay Buchholz officially named Red Sox’ Opening Day starter
It’s the first Opening Day assignment for Buchholz, a 30-year-old righthander.
Christian Vazquez to get second opinion on elbow Wednesday
Dr. James Andrews will do the exam at his clinic in Gulf Breeze, Fla.
Sunday’s spring training report: Deven Marrero, Dalier Hinojosa shine
The Red Sox beat the Rays, 3-2, in 10 innings at JetBlue Park.
Celtics appear to be running out of steam
The Celtics haven’t been the same since wasting a fourth-quarter lead and losing to the Pistons in overtime March 22.