Syrian forces kill 100 as cease-fire nears, activists say

The US warned Syria it will not be able to deceive the world about compliance with a cease-fire, as regime forces pounded more opposition strongholds Saturday.

Boston College's Steven Whitney (21) celebrated a goal during the first period.

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BC skates to Frozen Four title

Boston College won its third NCAA Frozen Four championship in five years with a 4-1 victory over Ferris State.

Paul Pierce scored 24 points against the Pacers.

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Celtics bounce back

The Celtics rebounded Saturday night from Thursday’s loss to Chicago with a victory over the Indiana Pacers, a possible first-round playoff opponent.

// 2012.JPEG-09e7f-088--90x90.jpg Challenges facing Mitt Romney in wooing female voters

The GOP frontrunner is honing his appeal to female voters as his campaign turns its attention to the general election.

Rick Santorum to resume campaign Tuesday

The former Pennsylvania senator will return to the trail with a slate of events in his home state next week, his campaign said.

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Nova Scotia’s link to the Titanic tragedy

Cape Point, Newfoundland, was the closest land mass to the wreckage, but it was Halifax that would play the pivotal role in search and rescue operations.

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A Titanic obsession

What does a lifelong fascination with the Titanic get you? If you’re Springfield’s Ed Kamuda, a walk-on part alongside Leo and Kate, and one of the world’s most complete archives of the century-old disaster.

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Beehive management

In a healthy team, all the individual members talk to each other, not just the boss. And everyone listens as much as they talk.

BOB DAVIS, founder of Lycos

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Lycos founder seeks new breed of Web pioneers

Dorchester-raised web pioneer Bob Davis founded the search engine company that became the way millions of people first encountered the Internet.


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The Masters

Peter Hanson of Sweden rolled in a 30-foot putt on the 17th hole Saturday to move into  first.

Hanson in front, Mickelson close behind

Peter Hanson, making only his second Masters appearance, took a one-shot lead over Phil Mickelson heading into Sunday’s final round at Augusta National.