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Celtics 89, Rockets 101
The Celtics wasted a 18-2 second quarter run, looking tired and unintested in the second half, as they lost to the Rockets, 89-101.
Kevin Youkilis, signed to a one-year, $12 million deal by the Yankees, doesn’t know if Yankee fans will embrace him after being with the Red Sox so long.
After a year of can-do campaign promises, the Federal Reserve delivered a tough reminder about jobs.
To all the people of Massachusetts, I count myself in your debt, for the confidence you placed in me, and for allowing me to represent you.
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Brady is having another MVP-caliber season, and even if he isn’t the favorite to win that award he is poised to win the Super Bowl that eluded him last year.
Mayor Alex Morse ruled out casino developments in Holyoke, reversing a stance of a month ago and returning to the position he struck during his campaign.
The public demonstration illustrated the militant group’s improving ties with the rival Fatah movement after a five-year rift.
President Obama called Speaker John Boehner tried to move talks forward as pessimism mounted.
The world’s most popular online mapping system found its way back to the iPhone late Wednesday with the release of the Google Maps iPhone app.
“The first two years of medical school are a little overwhelming at times because you’re really taking in so much information. Getting a chance to hang out with Jameson puts it in perspective why you’re putting yourself though those two years.”Meg Preissler, on a UMass program that pairs ill children with med students