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Walsh wants to build a bridge to Long Island. But will Quincy ever get over it?

Officials in Quincy appear ready to do just about anything to stop Boston from building a new span.

People climbed the border fence to look into the United States as a caravan of Central American asylum-seekers arrived for a rally in Tijuana, Mexico.

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Migrant caravan halted at ‘full’ border post

A group of Central Americans who journeyed to the US border in a caravan resolved to turn themselves.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/04/27/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/JaredCoppola-28consumer(2)-001.jpg Government demands back $1,600 it paid to a quadriplegic while he worked as a summer intern

The government claimed Jared Coppola owed the money because he earned a few thousand dollars as a summer intern in 2014, disqualifying him for benefits during those months.

DA, police at odds over Somerville detective’s fate

The Middlesex District Attorney’s office, whose prosecutors learned of DiFronzo’s texts during the stabbing investigation, has refused to charge the detective, citing a conflict of interest.

Sprint and T-Mobile agree to merge, in bid to remake wireless market

Sprint and T-Mobile announced Sunday that they had reached a deal to merge, moving to create a new telecommunications giant — and betting that regulators would finally allow the U.S. wireless service market to shrink to just three national players.

Chiropractor Derek Golley, seated, works with Army Veteran Stephen Wilber at the White River Junction VA Medical Center. Wilber is being treated for neck and lower back pain.

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VA turns to alternative pain treatments amid opioid crisis

The US Department of Veterans Affairs has sharply reduced the use of opioids to treat chronic pain in favor of once-unlikely alternatives, such as yoga and tai chi.