Six with Mass. ties are Rhodes Scholars

The Baker Library of the Harvard Business School stands on Harvard University campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Six out of 32 American recipients of the 2016 Rhodes Scholars awards are from Massachusetts or attend school here.

Norton man dead after exchanging gunfire with police

Kevin Murray allegedly fired at police who were responding to a report of a domestic incident and who returned fire.

//[1]-9549.jpg Hamilton toddler released from hospital

The two-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted by her ex-babysitter was released from the hospital.

divided nation

// In Northwest, a question of tax cuts or education

Officials and voters in Washington state are contending with schools that need funding and companies that demand tax breaks.


3 weapons stolen from armory found in Bronx trash can

A homeless man found the weapons, which were stolen Nov. 14, in a trash bag near Yankee Stadium.

Man, woman die in car crash

A man and a woman died after their car collided with another car in Antrim, N.H., outside Concord, police said.

Malgorzata Gerakis (right) mourned the suicide of her son, Matt, with Cheri Maning of the North Quincy basketball program.

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A Quincy suicide leaves grief and questions

Friends and family don?t know exactly why the 18-year-old star student-athlete stepped in front of a train, but they believe the tragedy was preventable.

// Brussels to stay at highest alert into Monday

??We fear an attack like in Paris, with several individuals, perhaps in several places,?? said Prime Minister Charles Michel.

A DraftKings logo is displayed on a board inside of the DFS Players Conference in New York November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Regulators probe DraftKings? business in banned states

New York?s attorney general says the Boston fantasy sports company collected entry fees from a handful of states where the contests are considered off-limits.

//[1].jpg Commuters upset over new MBTA train schedules

Overall, the MBTA?s commuter rail will operate two fewer trains in and out of North Station daily under the new schedules.

// Teen killed in Israel remembered at Sharon funeral

?The bond we had will live forever,? said Ari Schwartz, Ezra?s father. ?Some bonds can never be broken.?

// Trump again says he supports database of Muslims in US

Donald Trump reiterated his proposal to track Muslims and said he would bring back waterboarding on terrorism suspects.


// Avery Bradley playing well off the bench

In four games as a reserve this season, the guard is averaging 18.5 points.

// Celtics? Marcus Smart out at least two weeks with leg injury

Brad Stevens said Smart?s injury is officially being called a subluxation of the proximal tibiofibular joint.

Joseph Silverstein, 83; former BSO concertmaster

Once hailed in The Boston Globe as a ?violin virtuoso without vanity,? Mr. Silverstein served as BSO concertmaster for more than two decades.

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To succeed as a manager, become a top-notch teacher

Managers need to focus on becoming teachers and mentors to help people develop and grow.

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Big strides for tiny houses

Ryan Mitchell, author of the The Tiny Life blog, didn?t set out to become an advocate for the movement.

10 favorite Thanksgiving recipes

Tasty recipes that will be a hit on your holiday table.

A skier busts along early season snow at Sunday River in Newry, Maine. Photos courtesy of Sunday River.

winter travel

Before the real snow hits the trails, the deals do

Use those vacation days now for the best pre-Christmas ski specials made possible by snowmaking guns blazing 24/7.

Victoria Amador, cofounder of Dorchester?s Tremendous Maid, said her company helps its all-Latino workforce grow, and it has received accolades for its effect on its low-income community.

On the job

A cleaning business with a social mission

The owner of Dorchester-based Tremendous Maid, Victoria Amador, is committed to hiring an all-Latino staff.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// For Bernie Sanders, it?s New Hampshire or bust

Should Clinton ever take a double-digit lead in the Granite State, there will be nothing for anyone to talk about in terms of the Democratic contest.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at the high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ?Spotlight?

?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

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Earthprints: How humans impact the landscape

From sprawling urban growth to the construction of new islands, each site depicted has profoundly changed in the last 30 years.


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Looking back at ?Dont Look Back?

D.A. Pennebaker made ?Dont Look Back,? about Bob Dylan?s 1965 tour of England, a film that both Sight & Sound and Rolling Stone proclaim as the number one rock documentary of all time.



A pilot brewery within a massive brewery

AB InBev?s Research Pilot Brewery, housed in Anheuser-Busch?s St. Louis headquarters, makes all the beers the company produces, and acts as an incubator for other brews.