Mass. launches review of insurers’ executive pay

The state Division of Insurance has launched an unprecedented examination of executive compensation at Massachusetts insurers after the Liberty Mutual salary scandal.

// Romney softens stance on immigration rules

Mitt Romney offered a series of proposals on the issue and recast some of the hard-line positions he took during the GOP primary race.

US judge rules Netflix subject to disability act

A federal judge in Springfield has ruled that the online video provider is subject to federal disabilities laws, a decision that could require captions on video streamed over the Internet.

Warren’s money machine well tuned for congressional run

Since entering the campaign in September, Elizabeth Warren has hauled in nearly $16 million, more than any of the 1,613 candidates officially running for Congress.

Two found guilty in 2010 killing of teen in Dorchester

The two men pulled 14-year-old Nicholas Fomby-Davis off his scooter and shot him to death, a jury found.


Retired teacher receives artificial heart at Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Jim Carelli Jr., 66, who had his surgery Feb. 17, said during a press conference Thursday that he feels great and has no misgivings about the surgery.

Boston Capital

Medical businesses await Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare

Many businesses have a keen interest in the ruling on President Obama’s health care law, which is expected next week, including the locally important medical device industry.

How hot was it? It was so hot that...

Hot-weather jokes were flying as the mercury soared to 96 degrees, a record for the date in Boston.

Heat 121, Thunder 106

LeBron James and Miami Heat win NBA championship

On Thursday night, the Heat broke the hearts of those traditionalists who did not want such a team compiled through free agent dollars and the lure of a sexy city to win a championship.


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Red Sox 6, Marlins 5

Red Sox stay hot with sweep of Marlins

Will Middlebrooks drove in four runs, two with the tying home run in the bottom of the eighth inning, as the Red Sox rallied to beat the Miami Marlins, 6-5.


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Patrick asks overhaul of local housing agencies

The recommendations are the work of a commission Governor Deval Patrick appointed in response to scandals at the Chelsea and Medford housing authorities uncovered by the Globe.


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Entrepreneur, son form venture to make better treats

Michael Bronner started a candy company with his son, but one with a twist: it would not make chocolates with common junk food ingredients such as corn syrup and unhealthy oils.


An Obama supporter drove with a plastic dog tied to the roof of the car as Romney spoke at a recent event in Cornwall,Pa.

Race takes nasty turn with heckling, tweeting

The presidential race has in recent weeks degenerated into a heckling war on the campaign trail, fueled by sophomoric stunts and Twitter taunts.

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