Probation trial jurors strove for answers

In all, 281 questions were submitted by the time deliberations began Wednesday morning.

US Secretary of State John Kerry addressed the media in Vienna.

Kerry returns to Mideast to push for cease-fire

US Secretary of State John Kerry left Washington this morning for Cairo.

A shopping cart contained the racks used to hold produce as empty shelves were curtained off at a Market Basket in Chelsea Sunday evening.

At least 8 Market Basket employees fired, protesters say

Some of the workers fired include organizers of a protest that has targeted the grocery chain in recent days.

Transgender people detail bias they face

Two-thirds of transgender people surveyed reported experiencing discrimination in a public setting in Mass. in the past year.

Andrew Prince, a technician with the Boston School Department, installed a video camera in one of the school buses that will be used this fall.

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Boston adds security cameras to school buses

Officials say the system will aid in student discipline and safety.

Google?s self-driving car has radar, sensors, and mapping devices that identify common objects on roads and is programmed to navigate around obstacles such as orange cones.

Boston a big test for self-driving cars

It could be a while before a self-driving vehicle can successfully navigate the treacherous streets of Boston.

Adrian Walker

Race for AG one to watch

Warren Tolman vs. Maura Healey for attorney general is one great down-ballot race that you shouldn?t yawn through.

Dr. Ernest Amory Codman told his wife before he died in 1940 not to spend money on a headstone. Dr. Andrew Warshaw spent the last two years raising $20,000 from medical organizations for a granite and bronze memorial that will be dedicated Tuesday.

Honoring a once-scorned voice for medical openness

Many of Dr. Ernest Amory Codman?s ideas are the bedrock of modern medicine.



// What playfulness can do for you

Research discovers the many benefits of being a goofball.


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Nonprofit?s low-cost toilets can be lifesavers

There are nearly 2.5 billion people without access to adequate sanitation but MIT spinout Sanergy is working to change that.