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Brown, Warren at odds over economy

Scott Brown greeted project superviser Chuck Aresenault of North Reading.

Allan Jung/MetroWest Daily News

The role of the government and private sector in fueling job creation remains a key point of contention between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren.

Bicyclists and pedestrians travel in Stockholm, where traffic has decreased significantly since the city started charging drivers a fee to enter congested areas.

opinion | Derrick Z. Jackson

Finding the cure for traffic

Sweden’s capital cut vehicular congestion sharply by charging motorists downtown, and we can do the same, writes Derrick Z. Jackson.

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is one of the many faces of Islamism.

ideas | The Internationalist

Everyone’s an Islamist now

Making the case that the political term “Islamist” has outlived its usefulness.

The Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino in San Juan offered food, games, a pool — for anyone who tired of the beach.


A family’s catamaran adventure off Puerto Rico’s coast

Puerto Rico is an ideal vacation destination for a time-limited, budget-conscious family.

barry chin/globe staff

twins 6, red sox 4

Red Sox drop 3rd straight to Twins

Joe Mauer hit a three-run homer for the Twins as they rallied in the ninth to extend the Red Sox’ overall losing streak to four.

Former Patriot Curtis Martin in Hall of Fame

The running back, who also played with the Jets, was the only ‘‘skill position’’ player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

Thousands take part in charity race

Despite 90-plus degree temperatures Saturday, no major injuries were reported in the first leg of the 33rd Annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge.

Michael Phelps ends career with gold in 4x100 medley relay

Phelps leaves the sport with a record 18 golds and 22 medals overall.

Globe Insiders

Globe Insiders Event | Sept. 13, 2012, 6:00 p.m.

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Join Globe editor Peter Canellos, author Michael Grunwald, and former Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker for a look at the US presidential race.


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Movie Review

Farrell as Doug Quaid with Jessica Biel as his freedom-fighter girlfriend.

Total mind games

This remake of “Total Recall,” the 1990 science-fiction movie, has excellent production design and starts well before it works its way toward average.