Tornado hits Revere, storms bring flooding to region

Revere appears to have taken the biggest hit from severe thunderstorms this morning.

// Chelsea closes King Arthur?s, ending a tawdry 37-year era

The strip club?s location just over the Mystic River made it irresistible to certain men on lunch break and criminals alike.

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// Baseball needs more David Ortiz bat-flips, not fewer

There?s nothing wrong with a little celebrating, no matter what Rays pitcher Chris Archer and the unwritten rules say.

// Plagiarism incidents undercut message to students

A number of high-profile adults have been accused of plagiarism recently, including two superintendents of Mass. school systems.

// Abigail Hernandez grateful ?beyond words? for help in search

Also, in a NBC interview this morning, the N.H. teen?s mother dismissed speculation that she left because she was pregnant.

// Heroin deaths galvanize families, officials in Scituate

Five deaths have been linked to opioids in Scituate this year, and officials fear more before the region?s drug crisis abates.

// Diesel drivers defy EPA regulations by ?rolling coal?

Coal rollers disable or discard their trucks? pollution controls and modify their engines to blow smoke with the flip of a switch.

Palestinian men gathered things they found in the rubble of destroyed buildings Sunday in the Shejaiya residential district of Gaza City.

Israel denies striking hospital, nearby park in Gaza

The Israeli military says rockets misfired by Palestinian militants were to blame.


// How Boston was shaped by what it didn?t win

The city tried and failed to host the 1980 alterna-Olympics, the 1976 World Expo, and NASA Mission Control. They ended up changing the landscape anyway.