Brighton hospital warns of credit card data breach

St. Elizabeth’s is contacting more than 6,800 patients after billing documents were found blowing through a field in Charlestown.

$300m to flow into state after mortgage settlement

A federal judge approved a multistate deal that is expected to provide millions of dollars in mortgage relief to Mass. homeowners.

The burning fuselage of a Navy jet smoldered after crashing into a residential building in Virginia Beach, Va.

Navy jet crashes into Virginia apartment building

Several buildings were destroyed and seven people, including both pilots, were injured, officials said.

Mitt Romney shifts focus to his family

In a new campaign video, called “Family,” Ann Romney talks about the difficulties of watching over multiple children at one time.

// 004--90x90.jpg Scott Brown raises $3.4m, war chest grows to $15m

The senator’s campaign touted its in-state donations in the first three months of the year, while slamming the “out-of-state liberals” it says are backing challenger Elizabeth Warren.

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New perspectives on the Passover Haggadah

Jonathan Safran Foer and Nathan Englander’s “New American Haggadah” combines fresh translation with differing perspectives on the exodus story.

From left: Carnie Wilson, Chynna Phillips, and Wendy Wilson have a new reality TV show and an album called “Dedicated.”

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Wilson Phillips keep ‘Holding On’ for new reality show

The ladies of the ’90s pop trio chat about their upcoming reality show on the TV Guide Network.

Interactive Quiz

Guess the gut

Not all baseball players appear to be the most well-conditioned, despite their athletic success. See if you can guess who owns these Major League paunches.

Photo gallery

// Globe photos of the week, April 6, 2012

The best staff photos taken in the past week by Globe photographers, as selected by the Globe’s photo desk.


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Job seekers stood in line at a job fair last month in Portland, Ore.

US adds jobs, but at a modest rate

The US added 120,000 jobs in March, a slow rate of expansion that has economists and business officials worried about the strength of the recovery.


Political Notebook

Justice Department affirms courts’ power to review laws

In a letter written at the request of a federal judge, Attorney General Eric Holder offered assurances that the Obama administration respects the authority of the courts.


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The Masters


Couples shares top spot

Twenty years after his win at Augusta, Fred Couples had a seven-birdie second round Friday that put him in a tie for the lead with Jason Dufner.


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Movie Review

Eugene Levy and Jason Biggs in “American Reunion,” the third sequel to “American Pie.”

‘American Reunion’ gets ‘Pie’-eyed

For anyone wondering where these actors have been, this third sequel is like lifting a rock and discovering they’ve just been pretty much waiting for this movie.