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They’re outraged, and women politicians aren’t afraid to show it

Women politicians are showing their anger in ways that depart from the rules that say they need to remain measured. But those rules may be changing.

Retiree Joanna Connolly said her investments have done well. “The people I worry about are the working people.”

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‘Trump bump’? Despite bulging retirement accounts, many don’t credit president

Many investors in or near retirement — especially in this deep-blue state — aren’t praising the president for their improving financial prospects.

NESTOR RAMOS

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Here’s what it’s like to be Slyde the Fox, the mascot of the New England Revolution.

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Nearly half of ER doctors say they have been physically assaulted on the job by patients and family members.

Rendering of LStar Ventures' City of the Future at Union Point, on the site of the former naval base in South Weymouth. 03Southfield. BUSINESS 10-3-18

LStar Ventures

Future of Weymouth huge development is unclear after summer of setbacks

For a project infamous for false starts, this summer was brutal. Union Point, one of the biggest redevelopment efforts in Eastern Mass., remains a blank canvas.