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An Orange Line Conductor Stopped a Rush-Hour Train, Made “Uncommon Remarks”

  The MBTA is investigating after an Orange Line conductor stopped a rush hour train and made “uncommon remarks” to passengers Monday morning. Transit Police […]

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Pay for BU, Simmons Presidents among the Highest in the Country

It still pays real well to be in the college president-ing business, especially if you’re BU President Robert Brown or Simmons College President Helen Drinan, […]

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A Boston College Student Has Been Suspended for Racist Graffiti

A Boston College student has been arrested and suspended after allegedly scrawling disturbing racist graffiti inside one of the university’s dorms. Police this weekend arrested […]

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Despite Atrocities, MIT Report Recommends Maintaining Ties with Saudi Arabia

Sure the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and the allegedly state-sanctioned dismemberment of a journalist are bad, but what do you want MIT to do about […]

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Face-Off: Who Won It Best?

Robert Kraft versus John Henry: Which billionaire owner reigns supreme?

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A Cat in Brookline Survived a Nine-Story Fall

A family in Brookline is both relieved and shocked after their cat survived a nine-story fall from their apartment building this fall. After more than […]

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Tonight: A Special Ceremony for the Toppled Cambridge Menorah

The mysterious “older Jewish gentleman” who helped right a toppled menorah in Cambridge will play a starring role at a special ceremony Thursday night. Members […]

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Officially Bowing Out, Deval Patrick Cites “Cruelty of Our Elections Process”

There are many reasons for Deval Patrick not to run for president in 2020. The likelihood of a run from better-known Democrats like Elizabeth Warren is […]

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Floating Coral Reef in Fort Point Channel May Have Saved a Life

The artist behind a piece of floating artwork in the Fort Point Channel is awestruck today after his ocean-themed art project may have saved the life of […]

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Deval Patrick Isn’t Running for President

Deval Patrick, the former governor who’s been cheerleading for Democrats while working in the private sector, plans to finally set it straight: He is not […]

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Not Great: NH Students Sang Song about the KKK to the Tune of “Jingle Bells”

New Hampshire school officials are investigating and a teacher has been suspended after video surfaced of what is sure to be the most disturbing rendition […]

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The Interview: Jaylen Brown

The Celtics star on why video games are the future of sports and Internet trolls give him superpowers.

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The Red Sox Are Going to the White House

The Red Sox will in fact head to the White House to celebrate their World Series win sometime early next year, team leadership said Monday […]

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Harvard Women Are Suing over the Single-Gender Clubs Policy

If you thought the fight at Harvard over final clubs and other single-gender organizations was over, you don’t know Harvard. A new chapter in the […]

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Dukakis Says Bush, a Foe, Was a “Wise and Thoughtful Man”

Despite their many differences, and the lingering memory of a vicious 1988 campaign, Mike Dukakis is offering praise for George H.W. Bush following the ex-president’s death at […]