Three suspects in hazing case appear in court

Three of the nine people facing criminal charges for an alleged hazing incident inside the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity appeared in a Brighton courtroom Friday.

// Plymouth nuclear plant license renewed

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

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Rays 7, Red Sox 4

Red Sox fall to Rays in testy showdown

The Red Sox failed Friday night to move above .500 for the fourth time this season, in a game that including a benches-clearing confrontation.

Kerry hits Romney on foreign policy

Senator John Kerry Friday called Mitt Romney “naive’’ and “wrong’’ for asserting that Russia is the nation’s top enemy.

Peter Janney believes the deaths of Mary Meyer and John F. Kennedy were CIA conspiracies.

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Peter Janney on JFK confidante Mary Pinchot Meyer’s death

“Mary’s Mosaic: The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, and Their Vision for World Peace” offers spies, missing documents, Cold War geopolitics, and a sprinkling of Georgetown glitter.

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The amazing expanding Pentagon

After a decade of “mission creep,” the Department of Defense has become America’s default tool for dealing with the world. Where does this leave the next president?

 Curt Schilling’s video game company laid off its entire staff Thursday.

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Why R.I. should default on 38 Studios

Rhode Island should get out of venture capital entirely and focus on policies that improve its business climate overall, writes Josh Barro.

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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.


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