John Kerry blasts Mitt Romney on foreign policy

Senator Kerry, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Romney was “naive” for calling Russia the nation’s top enemy.

Massachusetts Senate approves $32.4b budget

The wide-ranging bill includes increases in school funding and new provisions intended to crack down on illegal immigration.

Menino weighs in on flap over Warren’s heritage

Mayor Thomas M. Menino, who joined Scott Brown at a Faneuil Hall event today, said the question over Elizabeth Warren’s heritage is “not relevant” to the campaign.

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth

Plymouth nuclear plant license renewed

Federal regulators have approved the operating license for the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station for 20 years.

Celtics must make good use of their time

The two days off before Game 7 are much-needed for a veteran Celtics team looking to stave off the young 76ers squad.

Nikka Costa delivered a groove-filled set of funky tunes on Wenesday at Johnny D’s.

Matthew Welch

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Nikka Costa, soul spitfire, shakes up Johnny D’s

You may know Costa’s music, but the next time she comes to town, see her live.

Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen in the HBO film “Hemingway & Gellhorn.”

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Kidman, Owen revive love story of ‘Hemingway & Gellhorn’

The story of the writers’ volatile love affair in the late ’30s premieres Monday at 9 p.m.

Salvatore Santone

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What does it take to become a Disney star?

Why so many kids have come to expect fame, and what parents need to know about the sometimes treacherous world of searching for stardom.

38 Studio’s “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning”

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Mass. can learn from Schilling episode

State officials should educate themselves on the job creation potential of the video game industry, writes Timothy M. Loew of the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute.