Williams College roiled by report of rape

Allegations that administrators mishandled a student’s report of being raped and subsequently harassed has sparked outcry.

Wife of Telexfree owner who fled released

A Worcester judge on Friday released Katia Wanzeler, wife of the TelexFree Inc. owner who fled to Brazil, according to two people briefed on the matter.

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Pope Francis called for an ‘‘urgent’’ end to the Syrian civil war and urged greater religious rights for Christians.

State bill would keep your passwords from prying eyes

The measure would make it illegal for employers or schools to ask for social media passwords.

A car window was shot out after a mass shooting near the campus of the University of Santa Barbara in Isla Vista, Calif., Friday.

7 dead after drive-by shooting rampage in Calif.

Police think it was a “premeditated mass murder.”

The City Council will hold a hearing that will focus on Anwar N. Faisal (above right).

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City sends letters to property owners targeting violations

Fifteen hundred units with at least one serious code violation in the past year will inspected first.

Shortstop Xander Bogaerts walks off the field as the Rays celebrate behind him. (Photo by Mike Carlson/Getty Images)


Red Sox are stuck in an identity crisis

The 20-27 Red Sox have been dreadful, pathetic . . . any derogatory adjective you want. They deserve it.

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A combination of bad weather, bad luck, and bad decisions turned an overnight outing into a near-disaster for a Harvard professor and his group.

AAA predicted Memorial Day weekend traffic would reach a postrecession high, sure to mean Sagamore Bridge delays.

Gas prices could fall as summer progresses

A number of factors, including plentiful supplies of crude oil at US refineries, should lead to lower prices, analysts said.



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Dance Review

Boston Ballet dancers rehearse the “Emeralds” portion of George Balanchine’s “Jewels” at the Boston Opera House Thursday.

Boston Ballet glitters in ‘Jewels’

The company is presenting George Balanchine’s triptych as the Boston climax of its 50th-anniversary season speaks to how far Boston Ballet has come in 50 years.