Officials probe T driver’s phone use before crash

The crash on Sunday left the front end of the MBTA bus dangling above the Massachusetts Turnpike.

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Ground beef recall in Mass. linked to dangerous E. coli

About 1.8 million pounds of ground beef shipped to Massachusetts and three other states have been recalled.

Evan Horowitz

// If segregation ended 60 years ago, why is it getting worse?

School segregation is resurgent all across the country, including right here in Massachusetts.

// Immigrant driver found guilty of manslaughter

Nicholas Dutan Guaman avoided a conviction of second-degree murder in the 2011 death of a Milford motorcyclist.

In her speech, Jill Abramson talked briefly about her time at the helm of The New York Times but did not directly address her dismissal.

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Leading New York Times was honor, Jill Abramson says

“What’s next for me? I don’t know. So I’m in exactly the same boat as many of you,” Abramson told Wake Forest’s graduating class.

// Romney calls on N.H. police official to resign

A police commissioner in Wolfeboro, N.H., used a racial slur in describing President Obama.

Hamden police said Danielle Shea of Quincy, Mass., gave a detailed confession after being arrested.

Woman arrested in Quinnipiac bomb threats

Fearful her family would learn she wasn’t graduating, a 22-year-old allegedly called in the threats.

// Days before death, Jennifer Martel planned her escape

Speaking publicly for the first time since their daughter’s death, Brian and Patty Martel recall the warning signs of Jared Remy’s alleged abuse.


Jennifer Graham

// Insects in the mail: Buyer beware

Amid all the groaning about the lackluster US economy, remember this: We’re not broke yet. We still have enough money to buy bugs.



// Multimedia, circa 1500

History shows that today’s information free-for-all is the norm, says Andrew Pettegree.


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Tigers 6, Red Sox 2

Jake Peavy takes off his hat and howls after Torii Hunter’s fifth-inning hit-and-run single.

Red Sox bats remain silent in loss to Tigers

The Tigers left Fenway with a 6-2 win, their first series win at Fenway since 2006 and their first sweep at Fenway since 1983.