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John Kerry’s Week of European Rockstardom Is Over

The fun’s over for John Kerry. It is well-known that Kerry coveted the Secretary of State position before receiving it during President Obama’s second term, and […]

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Throwback Thursday: When Your Esteemed Senator Punched His Constituent

You can say a lot about the devolved state of Congress these days, but you can’t quite imagine it becoming physically violent. So hey, let’s throw it […]

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Cambridge Finally Requiring Its Cabs to Take Credit Cards

No, this isn’t a Throwback Thursday. As of April 1, 2015, the Cambridge License Commission announced Wednesday that all Cambridge taxi cabs must be able to process credit […]

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Karyn Polito Will Officiate the Senate President’s Same-Sex Wedding

It seems that Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito has found a way to convince both sides of the debate that she’s completed her “evolution” to same-sex marriage supporter. The […]

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Playing Pac-Man on a Map of Boston Is Predictably Difficult

To celebrate April Fools’ Day, Google released a fun easter egg that lets you transform the streets on Google Maps into a maze from the classic […]

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Today Show Asks Elizabeth Warren If She’s Running for President Three Times in One Interview

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Senator Elizabeth Warren continued her months-long attempt to talk about anything other than […]

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Lawmaker Says MBTA’s Snow Mistakes Were ‘Kind of Basic’

Given the state of the MBTA this past winter, we have a lot to learn from our peers who run mass transit systems in other cities […]

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BU Is the Latest to Rename Its Business School for a Donor

Boston University just renamed its business school the Questrom School of Business thanks to a $50 million donation, the largest in the university’s history, from Allen Questrom, former CEO of […]

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Boston 2024’s International Competition Notices Its Struggles

Boston 2024, the committee pushing a bid to host the Olympic Games, has had a string of problems in recent months, and our competitor cities overseas have […]

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Former One Fund Critic Indicted for Fraud

A woman known for criticizing the way the One Fund doled out money to victims of the Boston Marathon is now receiving criticism from the Fund […]

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David Ortiz on Dan Shaughnessy: ‘The Reporter with the Red Jheri Curl’

David Ortiz is out today with a long personal essay in Derek Jeter’s Players’ Tribune defending himself against persistent rumors of performance-enhancing drug use, the best part of […]

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Throwback Thursday: Happy Birthday, Gerrymandering

In 1812, Massachusetts Republican legislators passed a bill, signed by Governor Elbridge Gerry, that redrew district lines into strange shapes that gave them a better chance at […]

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Is ‘Demand Pricing’ at Parking Meters Like Uber’s Surge Pricing?

Mayor Marty Walsh announced plans yesterday to install smart parking meters citywide, which may someday allow the city to adjust the prices of on-street parking to respond […]

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Boston Is Finally Installing Smart Parking Meters

At last! Mayor Marty Walsh has announced, among other new transportation developments, that the city will spend $6 million to replace all its parking meters with “smart” units, […]

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Is a Protected Bike Lane on Comm. Ave. a Cyclist’s Victory or a Driver’s Loss?

If ever you doubted that bicycling culture in Boston has become a political issue, look no further than the different treatments of the same story […]