BC project leads to arrest of Sinn Fein’s Gerry Adams

Police in Northern Ireland arrested Adams in a 42-year-old murder, based on allegations in interviews recorded for a Boston College history project.

John Paul Stevens argued for amending the Constituition to allow campaign finance limits at the Senate Wednesday.

Stevens reaffirms his dissent on campaign finance

John Paul Stevens, the 94-year-old retired Supreme Court Justice, urged passage of a constitutional amendment for stricter limits on political spending.

Charles McCullough, the inspector general for the Intelligence Community, testified before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee about the lessons learned about intelligence and information sharing after the Boston Marathon bombings.

No ‘silver bullet’ would have stopped attack, officials say

Top investigators said there’s no single event that would have prevented the Marathon bombings, but there were several holes in the system.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford began his re-election bid April 17.

Toronto mayor Rob Ford to seek help for substance abuse

Ford’s lawyer that Ford acknowledges he has a substance abuse problem and he wants to do something about it.

A Bruins fan made clear his sentments in 2008.

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Game 1 | TD Garden | Thursday, 7:30 p.m.

How do we hate thee, Canadiens?

Montreal no longer dominates Boston the way the Yankees owned the Red Sox. What bugs Bruins fans now is how the Canadiens play.

AJ Williams makes some adjustments prior to an event she planned at the Lenox Hotel earlier this month.

The rise of party planner AJ Williams

AJ Williams has worked to become one of Boston’s biggest event planners. She specializes in helping nonprofits.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/04/30/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/Hiawatha-Bray-7676.jpg After Heartbleed scare, change the locks

The Heartbleed scare reminds us how vulnerable passwords are. The problem is, they remain our best option.