2 years later, Dodd-Frank law is largely stalled

Many of the rules in the landmark Dodd-Frank legislation meant to restore public trust in the country’s financial institutions have yet to be enacted.

The Harvard professor raised about $400,000 in New York and about $320,000 in Los Angeles, compared with about $250,000 in Boston and just over $200,000 in Cambridge, according to a Globe analysis of Elizabeth Warren’s unofficial numbers from her latest campaign filing.

Elizabeth Warren taps deep pockets near and far

The Democratic Senate candidate collected more itemized contributions in New York and Los Angeles than any other city, including Boston, between April and June.

Adrian Walker

Revising Mitt Romney’s career at Bain

How can someone be the president, CEO, and sole shareholder of a company, yet have no involvement in it?

Presidential campaigns still sparring over Bain Capital

While President Obama’s campaign continued to hammer Mitt Romney on the length of his tenure at Bain, Romney’s side called the Democrats’ attacks an attempt to distract voters.

Chandra Watts helps youths cope with being open about mental health issues.


Youths cautiously sharing mental health histories

Young people wanting to be open about their mental health issues must carefully consider what they say publicly to protect their image as they enter the adult world.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/07/16/BostonGlobe.com/Lifestyle/Images/care-2021--90x90.jpg Finding healing for the healers

A local program encourages doctors, nurses, and other health professionals to share the complex and often distressing feelings that arise from patient care.

Chelsea Smith applied an extra dose of insect repellent on her son, Luke, 3, after rafting on Johnson Pond in Raynham.

EEE threat makes an early appearance

Southeastern Massachusetts residents are altering their activities and pushing for mosquito spraying because of eastern equine encephalitis risk.

Taunton casino’s fate tied to landless tribe’s legal battle

Final decisions in the lawsuits the Cowlitz Indians face for a project in Washington State could determine if the Mashpee Wampanoag ever realize their casino dreams.

Sebastian Seung of MIT is helping to create a map of the brain’s neural connections.

Scientist’s game helps map the brain

MIT professor Sebastian Seung and his team launched EyeWire, an online game that invites volunteer “scientists” to build 3-D maps of the cell networks that are crucial for vision.


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Red Sox 7, Rays 3

Josh Beckett gave up three runs to the Rays in the first inning, but he shut them out in his next five frames.

Josh Beckett, Red Sox rally in win over Rays

The Red Sox starter gave up three runs to the Rays in the first inning, but he shut them out in his next five frames as Boston beat Tampa Bay, 7-3.


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 Parishioners at Eglise de Dieu de la Pentecote Libre in Dorchester viewed a picture on Sunday of the Rev. Michel Louis, their pastor now held captive in Egypt, and prayed for his freedom and that of two others.

Boston pastor reportedly offered himself as hostage

Congregants were told that the Rev. Michel Louis offered himself up when a gunman intercepted a bus of Boston-area churchgoers in Egypt looking for hostages.


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Afjal Wahidi and other Northeastern students took part in a session last week on how to pitch an idea to business investors.

First 6 start-ups nurtured by Northeastern take flight

This month’s launch of Idea’s first crop of start-ups to leave the program marks a coming-of-age moment for the two-year-old initiative.

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Ashton B. Carter is a former academician who spent time in lecture halls at Harvard and MIT.

Pentagon’s second in charge oversees downsizing

The terrain is far different for Ashton Carter, the Pentagon’s day-to-day manager and a former Harvard and MIT educator, than it was for Defense Department leaders of decades ago.


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Stage Review

“A Class Act,” playing in Stockbridge, is a musical biography of Edward Kleban, the lyricist for “A Chorus Line.’’

Edward Kleban’s life, full of musical interludes

“A Class Act,” playing in Stockbridge, is a sporadically engaging but scattershot musical biography that tries unsuccessfully to illuminate the lyricist’s short and bumpy life.

Health and wellness

Daily Dose

Is it possible to counteract aging effects of stress?

Can high levels of stress really make you age faster? A new study suggests that a common form of anxiety may be associated with an earlier risk of dying.