Romney faces queries on faith

Mitt Romney found himself answering questions about his religious beliefs at a campaign event today in Hilton Head, S.C.

Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren spoke at a Boston event last year.

Warren’s salary topped $700,000 over two years

Elizabeth Warren disclosed her earnings from teaching and consulting fees from 2010 to 2011, a sum Senator Scott Brown’s campaign said makes her “an elitist hypocrite.”

Paul Pierce got an elbow in the mouth as he defended the Bulls’ Luol Deng during the first half.

bulls 88, celtics 79

Celtics give up third straight at home

After scoring just 13 points in the first quarter, the Celtics could not complete a late comeback and fell to the Chicago Bulls at the TD Garden.

S&P downgrades France, Italy, others

The cuts by ratings agency Standard & Poor’s could complicate Europe’s efforts to find a way out of the region’s debt crisis.

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Dancing in the dark

“Pina,’’ a new documentary by director Wim Wenders, is a bittersweet celebration of the late choreographer Pina Bausch.


Whose side is He on?

Consulting a heavenly checklist in an attempt to determine God’s pick in the Pats-Broncos playoff game.

“She is firmly entrenched in the same ‘1 percent’ she rails against.”

Jim Barnett,  a spokesman for Scott Brown, on Elizabeth Warren


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State gives film subsidies rave reviews

A state official said tax credits have proven an effective way to attract film productions to the state, which is not considering any significant changes to the program.


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P.K. Subban drew a penalty after this hit on David Krejci last night.

Bruins moving on from P.K. Subban’s hit

David Krejci said he thought Subban’s hit was clean, even if his teammates didn’t all agree. But the Bruins don’t intend to ask the NHL to review the hit.


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Margaret Thatcher meets Meryl Streep in ‘The Iron Lady’

The best way to appreciate the high-ludicrousness of Streep’s Thatcher might be to watch with the sound down.