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Officials attempt to enter Colo. shooting suspect’s apartment

Firefighters moved a propane tank outside the apartment complex where shooting suspect James Holmes lives in Aurora, Colorado on Saturday.

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Police and firefighters are trying to enter the booby trapped apartment of James Holmes, the suspect in Friday’s mass shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater.

Names of Colo. shooting victims emerge

A day after a gunman entered a crowded movie theater and opened fire, the identities of the victims are beginning to surface.


Wake up, Capitol Hill

Another shooting tragedy erupts, and few have the courage to talk gun control.

Laptop theft may affect 3,900 Beth Israel patients

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center patients will be getting letters alerting them that some of their personal health information may have been breached.

// Boston school chief announces full review of top staff

Superintendent Carol R. Johnson said a full review of her leadership team would likely lead to a major shakeup.

Kelly Ayotte’s chances for the nod may depend on national politics.

VP speculation marks latest stage of Kelly Ayotte’s ascent

The New Hampshire senator, less than two years into her first term, is being considered as a serious contender to join Mitt Romney’s Republican ticket.

Christopher L. Gasper

NBA’s Olympic age-limit proposal isn’t golden

Kobe Bryant is right. NBA commissioner David Stern’s proposal to limit the NBA players in the 2016 Olympics is “stupid.”

The Saucony marketing team prepared to ship running shoes to London for athletes competing in the Olympics.

Mass. firms sponsor Olympians for chance at global exposure

With 4 billion people expected to watch the Olympics, endorsements can boost sales for companies such as Saucony, New Balance, and Gillette.


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Kayak sold 3.5 million shares at $26 almost two years after the company first filed paperwork to go public.

Online travel firm Kayak rises in Wall Street debut

Shares rose 28 percent on Friday, the company’s first day of trading in the only initial public offering for a consumer Internet company since Facebook’s disappointing debut.


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Stage Review

Lauren Weintraub (left, with Elena Carmichael) in the lead role of North Shore Music Theatre’s production of “Annie.”

On the North Shore, an ‘Annie’ for hard times

Despite the down economy, there’s nothing like hearing “Tomorrow” to make you think that financial security is just around the corner.