Romney reaches out to Hispanics

Mitt Romney was greeted enthusiastically this afternoon by a crowd at a restaurant in Hialeah, Fla. Gingrich appeals for support as vote nears

Newt Gingrich attempted to draw a starker ideological divide between himself and Mitt Romney today, calling the former governor a Mass. liberal.

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Apple, not manufacturing, is America’s future

If we want the next technological revolution to start in the US, politicians need to change their stale rhetoric, writes John E. Sununu.

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Celtics let game slip away

The Celtics allowed 12 unanswered points down the stretch as the Cleveland Cavaliers ended Boston’s four-game win streak.

Protecting Brady could be key

Quarterback Tom Brady talked tonight about the confidence he has in his offensive line and the team’s preparation to take on the New York Giants.

Brady and Belichick on Super Bowl week

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick spoke about the importance of maintaining focus during Super Bowl week. (By Alan Miller/Globe Staff)

Thousands rally for Patriots

More than 10,000 fans poured into Gillette Stadium today to support the Patriots as the team prepared to embark on its Super Bowl trip to Indianapolis.

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The big Olympics gamble

With the 2012 Summer Games just months away, shoemakers are hoping the runners they signed to endorsement deals will lead them to retail victory.

“It’s crazy to think about what Boston’s been through in the last 10 years. It’s awesome.”

Myles Lane,  on the city’s championship wins

Globe Insiders

Globe Insiders Video hc c--90x90.jpg Globe Insider video: Behind ‘The Real Romney’

Boston Globe reporters Michael Kranish and Scott Helman talk about their new biography on GOP presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.


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Official: Some of found blood belongs to toddler

A Maine State police spokesman said today that some of the blood found in the home where a missing toddler was last seen belonged to the little girl.



In his radio and Internet address yesterday, Obama said many people he met during his five-state tour after his State of the Union address were optimistic but remained unsure “that the right thing will get done in Washington this year, or next year, or the year after that.’’

Obama calls for break in gridlock

President Obama is pressing his case for changes in how the Senate does business and he wants to bar lawmakers from profiting from their service.


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The role of actor isn’t as easy as it looks

Jennie Israel, 42, of Lexington, has plied her craft not just on stage, but as a professor, arts administrator, and director, defying the starving artist stereotype.


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On a Bermuda cruise, experience life at sea with time to explore

There are cruises for all tastes. Some are about the ship, but others are about stopping at port cities. A hybrid cruise allows the charms of life at sea without keeping to a schedule.