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Megadeals for players that stretch well into their 30s are perilous. So why do teams keep doing it?
The Chicago troupe’s version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado,” at Oberon through Sunday, is as smile-inducing a production as you are likely to see this season.
The premise of “God’s Ear” — a couple have lost their 10-year-old son — is not original, but playwright Jenny Schwartz’s treatment is.
Secretary of State John Kerry has invested so much in negotiations with Iran that they could shape his legacy, for better or worse, analysts say.
Some information about Shaun Harrison, a preacher accused in the shooting of a 17-year-old student, is elusive.
A top state regulator says the MBTA rushed the sale of land that Wynn Resorts wants for the entrance to a casino in Everett.
Noah is a comedian who’s pushed the taste envelope in pursuit of laughs and maybe insights about our world.
As he’s done for 23 years on April Fools Day, Alex Feldman again proved it is very difficult to persuade a stranger to take free money.
The agency’s reduced circumstances have meant billions in lost tax revenue — money that surely doesn’t belong in the pockets of tax cheats.
After a month of battle, the sporadic rattle of gunfire heard in downtown Tikrit on Wednesday was largely celebratory.
Governor Asa Hutchinson bowed to pressure from critics that included his own son and some of the state’s biggest employers.
Alexander Bradley said that months before Odin Lloyd’s death, he saw Aaron Hernandez with a gun similar the one used to shoot Lloyd.
The actress could be a powerful advocate for access to technologies and treatments that give more women a fair shot.
A Bridgewater State University student has been charged with sexually abusing children at the on-campus day care center where he worked.
“City of Angels,’’ now at Lyric Stage Company of Boston under the energetic direction of Spiro Veloudos, is a clever but uneven musical.
Sydney DePaulo, accused of making up names on a petition, said the proposed European-style bar on Mass. Ave. would decrease nearby property values.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced strict new curbs on state water use to combat a worsening drought affecting more than 50 million people.
The Mexico City-born Carreño, who works at New England Cable News, described her look as “classic with a Latin flair.”
An analysis shows that despite the state’s health care law, places remain with a relatively high percentage of uninsured people.
About 700 guests recently attended the opening reception for the PMC Living Proof Portrait Project by photographer Mike Casey.