Revere takes stock after tornado

The tornado uprooted trees, tore away roofs, and downed power lines with winds up to 120 miles per hour.


Witnesses describe damage in Revere from tornado

Nicole DeFeo said she was standing in one of the aisles of a store on Broadway Street when a tornado ripped through town.

Video appears to show Revere tornado

A video taken in Revere appeared to show a tornado whipping past a store.

// Photos: Damage in Revere is extensive

The tornado hit the city?s central business district and damaged about 65 buildings, with 13 uninhabitable.

// The state of Market Basket

A look at where things stand as the protest movement enters its second full week and the board considers offers to buy the $4.6 billion company.

Man arrested, charged in Abigail Hernandez case

Nathaniel E. Kibby (left) was was arrested and charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez.

A 34-year-old man faces one count of felony kidnapping in the case of the N.H. teen who was missing for nine months, officials said.

// Man killed wife and three children, then himself, police say

The shooting death of a family of five in Saco, Maine was a murder-suicide, state police said.

Evan Horowitz

Taking care of the Medicare, Social Security trust funds

If you are under 50, and still hoping to receive your full retirement benefits, something will have to change.

Israeli media commentators have leveled almost nonstop criticism at Secretary of State John Kerry in recent days.

Obama administration angry at Israeli criticism of John Kerry

US officials said the secretary of state had in no way abandoned key Israeli needs in his latest bid to secure a cease-fire.


// 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.