London Bridge terror attack

12 people are arrested after London attack

Prime Minister Theresa May called for tougher measures to fight Islamic extremism after attackers killed at least seven people and wounded 48.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 04: Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the media as she makes a statement, following a COBRA meeting in response to last night's London terror attack, at 10 Downing Street on June 4, 2017 in London, England. Prime Minister Theresa May has left the election campaign trail to hold a meeting of the emergency response committee, Cobra, this morning following a terror attack in central London on Saturday night. 7 people were killed and at least 48 injured in terror attacks on London Bridge and Borough Market. Three attackers were shot dead by armed police. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

Britain?s Theresa May ramps up anti-terror rhetoric

The British prime minister said extremism has been tolerated for too long. ?Enough is enough,? she said.

// President Trump takes a swipe at London?s mayor on Twitter

?We must stop being politically correct,? Trump also tweeted.

FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2017 file-pool photo, then-Secretary of State John Kerry speaks in Paris, France. The Foreign Relations Committee overwhelmingly backed bipartisan legislation that would authorize President Donald Trump to put new sanctions on Iran while keeping the landmark nuclear deal with Tehran in place. Kerry cautioned lawmakers to ?tread carefully? in pushing ahead with new sanctions against Iran in the wake of President Hassan Rouhani?s re-election last week to another four-year term. Rouhani is a political moderate who scored a resounding victory over a hard-line opponent. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, Pool, File)

?A lot of ingredients? went into London attacks, Kerry says

Former secretary of state John Kerry said Britons will need to ask whether tolerance of extremism has gone on for too long.

// Photos: 10 dead, including attackers, in London Bridge attack

Officials remained on the scene Sunday morning as the investigation continued.

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Barring photographer not a great look for Best Buddies

Best Buddies did itself no favors by denying access to Tom Brady?s charity event.

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// Coaching Little League or Bruins, Bruce Cassidy feels right at home

With the security of an NHL head coaching job, he can live close to Boston as he plots his strategies.

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// Are Boston?s statues honoring all the right men?

As the racist relics of the American South come slowly down, we should cast a critical eye on our monuments.

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// Why everyone should know how much you earn

Americans don?t like to disclose their salaries, but transparency is the answer to pay disparities.

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In well-mannered public radio, an airwaves war

The most remarkable part of WGBH?s ascent is that it largely spared its chief rival, steadily building a base without damaging WBUR.

The Trump presidency

// Special counsel?s investigation seems to be growing

Robert Mueller has taken over a separate probe involving former Trump campaign official Paul Manafort.

// Obama breaks tradition with statement on Paris climate deal

It?s customary for former presidents to not criticize the current office-holder, but President Obama is casting tradition aside.


The idea of a nuclear cruise missile raise old fears

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Yvonne Abraham

// In Hudson, a school district piles problems on a 12-year-old?s shoulders

Perhaps a new superintendent will be more humane in the case of Keegan Concannon.

Former governor Deval Patrick examined a hive during the Langstroth Bee Fest held at the Second Congregational Church in Greenfield.

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Deval Patrick creates a buzz in the beekeeping world

?I?ve always been compelled by things that make you slow down and pay attention to Mother Nature?s schedule rather than your own,? the former governor said.

// Walpole candidate accused of bias loses Planning Board race

George Hodges was defeated in Saturday?s election by an incumbent and a Muslim-American woman.

// Lane restrictions on Mass Pike come to an end

It was a ?dry run? for extended lane closures later this summer near the Commonwealth Avenue bridge.

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Bill Maher says he is 'very sorry' for using a racial slur on his HBO show

The HBO host used the slur during an interview on his show, ??Real Time.?

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Former House assistant majority leader Garrett Bradley had a pattern of taking actions that advanced his business and personal interests.


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