Suspect in killing of N.H. police chief found dead in home

The man who shot five police officers, wounding four and killing the police chief of Greenland, N.H., was found dead along with a woman inside his home.

State Police were seen in Chicopee on Friday, where a trooper was shot and suffered from non-life threatening injuries.

State trooper injured, suspect dead in Chicopee shooting

The trooper was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries, and the suspected shooter was later found dead in his home.

Brian McGrory

It’s greed to top all

Ted Kelly had a compensation package at Liberty Mutual of $50 million a year. To run an insurance company. It’s the clearest evidence yet of an unprecedented age of greed.

Joseph P. Kennedy III attended the St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast in South Boston this year.

Joseph P. Kennedy III raised $1.3m in first quarter

The 31-year-old heir to the Kennedy political dynasty is running to replace the retiring US representative Barney Frank.

Failed North Korea missile launch draws condemnation

The launch was condemned by a host of nations that deemed it a covert test of missile technology.

Josh Beckett’s scheduled start in the home opener would be his first at Fenway since last year’s historic collapse.

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Dan Shaughnessy

Is there any hope in Red Sox Nation?

The worst September in team history was followed by a winter of chaos and calamity, and now your reeling ball club is coming home with the worst record in baseball.

Live video: Red Sox home opener chat

Globe writers Chad Finn, Dan Shaughnessy, and Nick Cafardo answer your questions in a live video chat from Fenway Park.

As Red Sox sputter early, sellout streak in jeopardy

Ticket sales have slowed following the team’s collapse last September and poor start to this season, threatening the longest sellout streak in baseball history.

Josh Beckett, right, and Jon Lester did not produce a win for the Red Sox on their season-opening six-game road trip.

Tony Massarotti

Red Sox haven’t shown that pride matters

The Red Sox have their rings and their guaranteed income - from the players to the owners - and seem to operate as if they have nothing to prove.

Special section: Fenway at 100

As Fenway prepares to host its home opener, explore the Globe’s look at a century of memories at Major League Baseball’s oldest ballpark.


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 Jussara Sequeira, Donna Pomponio, and Neomi Nunez of Notre Dame Education Center were among those who gathered on Boston Common to protest a state Senate bill likened to Florida’s ‘‘stand your ground’’ law, which has been criticized since the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.

Activists urge defeat of deadly force bill

Protesters on Boston Common likened Senate Bill 661 to Florida’s ‘‘stand your ground’’ law, which has been criticized since the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.


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Putting brakes on stuck pedals

New federal regulations may require cars and light trucks to have override systems to prevent unintended acceleration when the gas pedal and brake are applied at the same time.

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Political Notebook

Biden raps Romney’s tax stance for the rich

Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday called presumptive Mitt Romney “out of touch’’ and “out of step’’ with history and basic American values.


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On hockey

Capitals goalie Braden Holtby hard to crack

We still don’t know a lot about the rookie goalie, but Bruins fans now know enough to worry about this playoff series.