Bedford firm rebuilds after security breach

Ten months after a cyberattack tarnished its reputation, RSA has revamped its manufacturing and distribution process at a cost of $63 million to parent company EMC.

Passengers leapt into the sea and fought over lifejackets in panic when an Italian cruise ship ran aground and keeled over, killing at least three and leaving dozens missing.

Cruise ship runs aground off Italy, dozens missing

Rescue operations were suspended for the night as passengers aboard the luxury cruise ship Costa Concordia described their ordeal as reminiscent of “Titanic.”

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Past playoff failures cast doubt on Patriots

Now four years from their last postseason win, the Patriots have begun to earn a reputation as a great regular-season team that can’t perform on the playoff stage.

Tom Brady and the Patriots have gone 27-5 in the last two regular seasons, but are looking for their first playoff win since 2008.

Dan Shaughnessy

Everything is going the Patriots’ way again

Could this be teed up any better? Of all the playoff scenarios, the Patriots got the one they wanted. No Steelers, Ravens, or Jets. Their path forward looks secure.

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A sampling of stories from this Sunday's Globe.


The Gardner Grows

For Anne Hawley, patience is rewarded

The Gardner’s director has weathered criticism and controversy to bring the museum’s new wing into existence. It opens to the public Jan. 19.


A look at the new Gardner wing

Museum director Anne Hawley gives a glimpse of the new Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum wing.


Dancing in the dark

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

“People are uncomfortable and yet intrigued by strong religious faith, because it forces us to think about a part of life that we are not always comfortable with.”

Rev. Bryan Wilkerson,  on Tim Tebow’s open displays of faith


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Ski areas welcome snow for holiday weekend

After a warm, dry start to the season, snow is finally starting to pile up in the mountains, and not a moment too soon for ski areas looking to capitalize on the long weekend.

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ElBaradei ends presidential bid in protest

Reformist leader Mohamed ElBaradei withdrew from Egypt’s presidential race today, citing a lack of credibility in the military’s plans for a democratic transition.


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Broncos at Patriots, Tonight at 8 p.m., Ch. 4

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow (15) kneels on the sidelines during the third quarter of an NFL wild card playoff football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012, in Denver. (AP Photo/Joe Mahoney)

Pigskin and piety: Tim Tebow comes to town

The Denver Broncos quarterback has captured the imagination of the nation — and stirred some controversy — with his open displays of faith.


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Music preview

Real Estate is right at home with their sound

On the band’s sophomore album, the guitars might be chiming like on their beach-inspired debut, but the lyrics are rife with longing.