Three die, seven hurt in Hub gunfire

Ten people were shot, three of them killed, Sunday in a day of violence in Boston that shook neighborhoods in Dorchester and Roslindale.

Stigma of HIV keeps thousands silent about their status

Three decades after the epidemic began, people are still unwilling to disclose their condition because they fear losing their jobs, their friends, or a significant other.

Mitt Romney greeted supporters in Waukesha, Wis.

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Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan revel in boisterous crowds in N.C.

A buoyant Mitt Romney and new running mate Paul Ryan launched their combined bid for the White House through a series of boisterous events Sunday.

In ads, Scott Brown obscures his GOP identity

The senator’s newest three advertisements feature Democratic endorsers, all of whom identify their own party prominently, without mentioning Brown’s Republican allegiance at all.

Summer cottages dot the southern end of Conomo Point Road in Essex.

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Town, longtime residents battle over Conomo Point rights

Conomo Point, a secret summer haven of old clam shacks on Cape Ann, has been torn asunder by the town’s effort to reclaim land residents occupied on now-expired 100-year leases.

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// Community health workers help HIV patient change attitude, life

Diagnosed with HIV in 1999 and homeless for many years, Kenya Jackson now has a place to live and places to be, thanks to a program from local nonprofit Partners in Health.

Team USA put on a display in the men’s basketball tournament, defeating Spain, 107-100, for the gold medal.

Bob Ryan

Thanks to Jerry Colangelo, US all the way back in basketball

After its disastrous 2004 showing in Athens, Colangelo stepped up, straightened out USA basketball, and made it golden again.

The London Games ended with a bang, capping the 17-day extravaganza with an array of British cultural icons and a pyrotechnics display for the departing athletes and fans worldwide.

London puts the final touches on a successful Olympiad

As London closes up a smashing Olympics, Rio de Janeiro takes the torch for 2016 for the first Games in South America.


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Red Sox 14, Indians 1

Jon Lester started against the Cleveland Indians Sunday.

Good stuff for Lester, Red Sox in easy win in Cleveland

Jon Lester started the game tied for the second most losses in the AL and emerged six innings later with 12 strikeouts and one of his best overall performances of the season.


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Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s vice presidential running mate, addressed a GOP rally Sunday in Mooresville, N.C.

Ryan’s plan would aid Romney, wealthy taxpayers

Mitt Romney would have paid very little in federal income taxes the past two years under the tax proposal from his running mate, Representative Paul Ryan.

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