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Six killed in shooting at Sikh temple in Wisc.

At least six people were killed Sunday when a gunman opened fire at a Sikh temple near Milwaukee, and the suspected shooter later died in an exchange of gunfire with police.

Romney says more stimulus funding won’t help economy

Instead of stimulus from the Federal Reserve, Mitt Romney advocates incentives and “opportunities for entrepreneurs,” he said in an interview that aired Sunday.

Franklin Morales allowed one run on three hits over six innings for the win Sunday against the Twins.

Red Sox 6, Twins 4

Red Sox win final game of Twins series

Franklin Morales gave up one run over six innings, and Adrian Gonzalez hit a two-run home run, as Boston won the last game of the four-game series.

// Seared by abuse, Scott Brown somehow found his way

Senator Brown’s turbulent childhood is a story of Dickensian dimensions — of a boy, lonely and largely left to raise himself. But not everyone remembers past events as he does.

Jamaica's Usain Bolt, right, won the men's 100-meter with an Olympic-record time.

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Bolt proves again he’s world’s fastest man

Usain Bolt of Jamaica won his second straight Olympic gold medal in the men’s 100 meters Sunday, crossing the line in an Olympic-record 9.63 seconds.

Seimone Augustus drove past China defenders Miao Lijie (8) and Ma Zengyu (11).

US 114, China 66

US women rout China in basketball

The US team took control of the game in the second quarter on their way to their 38th straight win in Olympic play.

McKayla Maroney of the US fell in the women's gymnastics vault final.

Maroney falls, Izbasa wins gold on vault

Sandra Izbasa of Romania won the Olympic gold medal on vault after heavy favorite McKayla Maroney of the US fell on her second attempt.

Joe Blanton was traded to the Dodgers after Los Angeles claimed him on waivers. Blanton will join outfielder Shane Victorino, who was sent from the Phillies to Los Angeles on Tuesday.

Sunday Baseball Notes

MLB players who could be put on waivers

Already we’ve seen the Phillies deal Joe Blanton to the Dodgers and the A’s deal catcher Kurt Suzuki to the Nationals. There’s likely a lot more to come.

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// Obama vs. Romney: Who will win?

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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“When you get a good lift, the bar is literally weightless off your body,” said Olympic weightlifter Holley Mangold.

For weightlifter Holley Mangold, bigger is better

With an extra-large physique, Mangold has become something of a weightlifting prodigy, a medal contender who is still mastering the technique.


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The state Legislature approved measures to control health care costs and took other steps intended to improve the state’s business climate.

Last legislative session bodes well for future of business

Mass. lawmakers authorized millions for economic development, approved measures to control health care costs, and took other steps intended to improve the state’s business climate.


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Art Review

Robert Motherwell’s “Beside the Sea With Fish and Chips,’’ on view in Provincetown.

Motherwell show colored with his seaside memories

Robert Motherwell was one of the leading figures of Abstract Expressionism, the movement that played a central role in shifting the art world’s center of gravity from Paris to New York.