Tsarnaev friends allegedly agreed on tossing evidence

A FBI agent involved in questioning Azamat Tazhayakov and Dias Kadyrbayev is testifying in Tazhayakov?s trial today.

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The White House says the money would help increase the detention, care and transportation of children from Central America.

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Pot prices were expected to reach $25 a gram ? twice what people pay in the state?s unregulated medical marijuana dispensaries.

Bruins to build new practice facility in Brighton

The Bruins expect to move into a state-of-the-art facility near the New Balance headquarters at Boston Landing by the 2016 season.

he Supreme Court ruled that some businesses can, because of their religious beliefs, choose not to comply with requirement that contraception coverage be provided to workers at no extra charge.


OPINION | Kent Greenfield

The Supreme Court?s subterfuge

With the Hobby Lobby case, the public has been had. And so has Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Boston Capital

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Academic fireworks went off when history professor Jill Lepore wrote a rebuke of Clay Christensen?s theory of disruptive innovation.

On Basketball

Danny Ainge still working on Kevin Love deal

The Celtics have been quiet so far, but Ainge is convinced he can devise a package to land Love.

Xander Bogaerts left three runners on base when he struck out in the bottom of the fourth inning of a game on July 2.

Evan Horowitz

Why can?t the Red Sox score more runs?

With the Red Sox near the bottom of the league in slugging percentage, it?s no wonder they?re also near the bottom of the standings.


Book Review

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The book is less about celebrities than it is about what it?s like to be 30, semi-employed, and trying to get pregnant.