Fla. firm Brown advised allegedly made up $95m deal

New questions about the obscure company Scott Brown was aligned with were raised in court filings.

DEA targets doctors linked to medical marijuana

Investigators have told doctors to sever all ties with marijuana companies or relinquish federal licenses, physicians said.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/06/06/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/21hewitt_photo2.1--90x90.jpg Bob Hewitt formally charged with rape in South Africa

The one-time tennis hall of famer is facing two charges of rape and one of sexual assault of girls he coached decades ago.

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President Obama and Vladimir Putin spoke on the sidelines of a lunch for world leaders attending D-Day ceremonies.

Mookie Betts seems very much at ease with his Triple A teammates, though he is just 21.

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Mookie Betts is rising fast in Red Sox system

He started in rookie ball in 2011 and made it to Triple A this week, and Betts has done nothing but impress every step of the way.

“I hoped the kids would read it and think about why this foreigner was writing this,” Henry DeGroot said.

Newton student penalized for democracy notes in China

“Democracy is for cool kids,” Henry DeGroot recalls writing in the notebook of a Chinese student, in messages that got him in trouble in China and Newton.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/06/06/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/suffolk150-13343.jpg Influence gone, top executive leaves construction firm

Peter Welsh, a former close ally of Menino at Suffolk Construction, was apparently unwelcome in Mayor Walsh’s City Hall.

Capital | Weekly poll

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Republican Charlie Baker has narrowed the gap with Democrat Martha Coakley in the Mass. governor’s race.


opinion | Andrew J. Bacevich

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These episodes illustrate America’s inability to distinguish between minutiae and substance.


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Expanded coverage of politics and issues from the Globe’s veteran political team.


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Miami’s LeBron James sits on the bench after leaving the game in the fourth quarter with cramps. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Spurs wilt Heat in NBA Finals opener

With LeBron James cramping up on the bench for the final 3:59 in an arena that reached 90 degrees, San Antonio pulled away.


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