Dozens remain at Occupy Boston

Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis visited Dewey Square around 8 a.m., where about 40 Occupy Boston protesters remained. Some protesters applauded the muted police response during the past 24 hours.


Morning after deadline, some protesters remain

Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis says the city is working "day to day,” but won’t divulge pans for removing the Occupy Boston protesters.

Driven out, but still driven by their message

Dewey Square remains the same place it’s been for two months ideologically, protesters said, even after the city issued a midnight deadline for them to get out.


Scenes, stories from Occupy Boston

Reactions and images from the Occupy Boston camp at Dewey Square.

Movie director charged with bogus film tax credit claims

State prosecutors allege that Daniel Adams, 50, submitted $4.7 million in inflated expenses on applications for tax credits for two movies filmed on Cape Cod.

Brian McGrory

A reason to change the channel

The latest attack ad against Elizabeth Warren is so full of absurd distortions that it should stand apart from everything else. Problem is, it fits right in.

Trainers sue women’s fitness centers over pay

Personal trainers at Healthworks are suing the Boston-based women’s fitness chain, alleging the company used “funny math’’ to avoid paying them for all hours worked.

Republican presidential candidate and former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich greets supporters at a forum for local business leaders at the Pacific Gateway Capital Group in Greenville, South Carolina December 8, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)

Republican old guard takes aim at Gingrich

A wing of the Republican Party remembers Newt Gingrich as a destructive force, one who caused self-inflicted damage to the party and helped set up Democratic victories.

Scientists discover evidence of Stone Age bedding

A group including Boston University scientists analyzed the fossilized remains of what appear to be 77,000-year-old floor coverings likely used for sleeping or working.

“I don’t want to talk about our immediate plans. We see progress being made.”

Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis,  on Occupy Boston


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Trade talk is sure to ruffle Rajon Rondo

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Black history through the lens of a smartphone

The vanished history of black people in Boston is visible again to anybody with a smartphone, thanks to a free “augmented reality’’ Black History app.