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Harvard Has a Chance for Redemption in Saturday’s Rivalry Game at Yale

The Game has returned. After Yale stunned Harvard in last year’s contest to take home its first victory in a decade, the Crimson travel to […]

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General Electric Sued for Role in Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

A class-action lawsuit was filed against Boston-based General Electric on Friday on behalf of people affected by the Fukushima nuclear disaster that took place in […]

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Fidelity CEO Makes Physical Move to Stop Sexual Harassment

Fidelity CEO Abigail Johnson’s desk was packed. The light was turned off, and her items were gone. No, the investment leader isn’t headed for a new […]


The Winners and Losers of the Boston Globe’s Best Places to Work List

The best thing about having a list of winners is that there are losers, too. And, in some cases, losers even amongst the winners, which […]


Boston Dynamics’ Robot Does Backflips Now and We’re Scared

  Hug your children. The era of the hostile robot takeover inched closer this week, as Boston Dynamics released an ominous new video from the company’s lair […]

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Boston College, UConn Face Off at Fenway Park

Though Jackie Bradley Jr. has been kicking it with his college pals in South Carolina and Mookie Betts seems to have become a semi-professional bowler, […]


A Possible Pipe Bomb Explosion in Blackstone “Targeted” a Bellingham Principal’s Car

An investigation is underway in Blackstone and police were stationed outside Bellingham High School Friday after a possible pipe bomb explosion that officials believe “targeted” a principal’s car. […]

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Man Fatally Shot in Inman Square in Cambridge on Thursday Night

A man was shot and killed Thursday night in a fairly quiet Cambridge neighborhood, officials said. The victim, who was in his 20s, was found […]

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Massachusetts Legislature Passes Bilingual Education Bill

Significant achievement gaps plague students who are not native English speakers in Massachusetts, but a new bipartisan bill seeks to change that. The LOOK bill […]

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Kyrie Irving Is a Celtics Star in Part Because He’s Mostly Vegan

I was one of the truly heartbroken Celtics fans lamenting Danny Ainge’s decision to trade Isaiah Thomas to Cleveland this summer, despite the fact that […]

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A Transgender Woman is Suing the Massachusetts Department of Correction

A transgender woman is suing the Massachusetts Department of Correction after being assigned to an all-male prison and allegedly enduring harassment by her fellow inmates. […]


Boston Millionaire Mocks Cancer Patients, PTSD, and the Disabled at Medical Marijuana Hearing

A Boston millionaire was apparently just messing with everyone when he strolled into City Hall on Tuesday night and offended the entire world. Back Bay resident […]


Throwback Thursday: The Glory Days of Quincy Granite

It may not be part of the Boston skyline, but in Charlestown, the Bunker Hill Monument remains an iconic point. The granite obelisk stands over 200 […]


Oh No: Dunkin’ Donuts Is Opening a “Dunkin” Store in Boston

It is with a heavy heart that I deliver this news. Dunkin’ Donuts, we’ve learned, has brought its troubling experiment in re-branding as “Dunkin’” from the disruptive shores […]


PHOTOS: Dana-Farber UnMask Cancer 2017

The fourth annual Dana-Farber UnMask Cancer event, presented by the Herb Chambers Companies, was held Saturday, October 21, 2017, at the Mandarin Oriental, Boston. The […]