Sanders used tough tactics in earlier bids

Bernie Sanders.

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Recent Sanders broadsides reflect a political strategy he has followed previously.

// Sanders gave 4 percent of income to charity in 2014

Bernie Sanders released his full 2014 federal tax return Friday.

// Here?s the math behind how Trump can be nominee

His chances are narrowing, but it?s still possible for Donald Trump to win on the first ballot at the GOP convention.

Roxbury teen arrested in Florida on Salem murder charges

Xavier Collazo, 19, was apprehended by the Jacksonville County Sheriff?s Department Thursday.

Two motorcyclists are arrested after chase in Newburyport

The two cyclists were part of a group of riders that police attempted to stop for speeding Friday evening.

// Modern technology makes tracing robocalls very difficult

Dozens of schools throughout the state have received hoax bomb threats in a series of robocalls.

// US frees 9 Guantanamo prisoners, sends them to Saudi Arabia

The US has released nine more prisoners from its base at Guantanamo Bay and sent them to Saudi Arabia for resettlement.

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// Baker speech was a lost chance to find common ground

Gov. Charlier Baker and LGBT advocates share the blame for the lost opportunity to better understand each other.

One man dead, another injured, in Rochester, N.H. crash

One man was killed and another suffered life threatening injuries in a motor vehicle crash off Route 16.

Boston-04/20/15- The Boston Marathon finish line. Womens winner Caroline Rotich. Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki (sports)


Caroline Rotich in peak form to defend Boston Marathon title

Rotich has kept her training essentially the same and focused on consistency.


// Mark Wahlberg surprises Spaulding Rehab runners

The actor thanked the runners for their fund-raising efforts.

BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 28: First place winner and new world record holder Dennis Kimetto of Kenya poses on the podium after the 41th BMW Berlin Marathon on September 28, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Boris Streubel/Bongarts/Getty Images)

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Is a two-hour marathon time possible?

The course and weather would need to be right, and the record-setter would need other fast runners as pacemakers.


BAA should offer pregnancy deferments for Marathon

The BAA has an opportunity to make a statement that reflects the growth of women?s participation.


// So what are the Red Sox? options with Pablo Sandoval now?

The disabled list stint gives the Red Sox more time to figure out what to do with their high-priced backup.

?I became interested in drama therapy because I noticed that performing in a play gave me confidence and expanded my ?voice,? ? said Nisha Sajnani (right), a professor in the drama therapy program at Lesley University.

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On the Job

Finding a release through the drama in everyday life

Nisha Sajnani is a professor of drama therapy, which involves harnessing the healing power of theater with patients.

A scene from ?Horace and Pete,? starring Louis C.K. (right) and Steve Buscemi (behind the bar).

Surprise! Louis C.K.?s ?Horace and Pete? is done

The latest example of how the comedian ran his web-only show differently from those on TV.

Gregg Popovich favors giving key players games off late in the season.


It doesn?t go over well when NBA teams rest their star players

More teams are choosing to do it before the start of the postseason.

Pope Francis welcomes a group of Syrian refugees after landing at Ciampino airport in Rome following a visit at the Moria refugee camp in the Greek island of Lesbos, April 16, 2016. REUTERS/ Filippo Monteforte/Pool TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Migrants ?have faces, names and individual stories,? Francis says

The pope brought 12 refugees back to Italy aboard his plane after a trip to a Greek island that is ground-zero in the crisis.

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// Biggest moments in the 9 Democratic debates

The matchup between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in Brooklyn Thursday night may well have been their final one.

The Big Picture

Return to Palmyra

Syrians returned to the destroyed city of Palmyra this week after being forced to flee almost a year ago during intense fighting.