Police probe shootings that killed 3, injured 6

Police investigated a shooting in Dorchester Sunday night.


Nine people were shot Sunday in a day of violence in Boston that shook neighborhoods in Dorchester and Roslindale.

Ryan hits campaign trail alone in Iowa

Paul Ryan’s events in Iowa Monday could help determine whether his austere budget plans will overshadow Romney’s message.

In ads, Scott Brown obscures his GOP identity

The senator’s newest ads feature Democratic endorsers, all of whom identify their own party, without mentioning Brown’s allegiance.

Kenya Jackson swallows his morning dose of HIV medication.

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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.


Amtrak’s $16 burger

If the federal government oversees health care like it does the nation’s trains, there’s trouble ahead.

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

Town, longtime residents battle over Conomo Point rights

The summer haven on Cape Ann has been torn apart by the town’s effort to reclaim land residents occupied on now-expired 100-year leases.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/08/13/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/ryanr-4301.jpg Thanks to Colangelo, US is all the way back

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