Election day in Mass.

Many Mass. voters face long lines

Lines of more than an hour greeted voters in some communities as early turnout numbers in some polling locations soared.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

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Reports from the polls

Massachusetts voters and Globe journalists provide reports from the polls.

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Comparing Boston’s voter turnout

This graphic compares today’s turnout with past elections in the Hub.


Election Day videos

Watch scenes from the polls and campaign from Election Day.

Starting at 6 p.m. tonight, BostonGlobe.com will have results, video analysis, and live updates for the elections.

Presidential race

Voters head to polls as campaign draws to a close

After a grueling, lengthy presidential campaign, millions of voters streamed to the polls.


The Mass. ballot questions

Prepare yourself for the polls by reviewing summaries of the three binding ballot questions on the Mass. ballot.

Three undecided N.H. voters finally make their choices

The Globe caught up with three people featured in an earlier story about undecided New Hampshire voters. Read who they voted for.

Co-owner of Framingham firm subpoenaed

Congressional investigators want Barry Cadden to answer questions about the national meningitis outbreak in Washington next week.

Daniel Craig returns as James Bond to face off against an evil former agent trying to destroy the British intelligence agency.

Wednesday preview | Movie Review

In ‘Skyfall,’ James Bond fights irrelevance

At almost 2½ hours, the movie plays like a long, familiar family conversation: Should we put dad in a home or not?


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With John Farrell (left) hired as manager, GM Ben Cherington is looking out for some good deals.

Confidence in Ben Cherington remains high

His first season was a disaster. But Red Sox officials and his colleagues are insistent that Cherington is the right man to rebuild the team.


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Former state treasurer Timothy P. Cahill awaited the start of his trial on public corruption charges Monday in Suffolk Superior Court.

Opening arguments are made in Tim Cahill trial

Prosecutors said the former state treasurer “reached into the lottery’s pocket” for an ad blitz to boost his candidacy for governor in 2010.


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Antonin Scalia said he thinks it is proper to settle such questions early on in the suit.

Supreme Court considers limits on class actions

The Supreme Court appeared divided in two cases in which businesses are trying to make it harder for customers or investors to band together to sue them.


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Composer Elliott Carter dies at 103

The American composer Elliott Carter, who attended Harvard and had work commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, died in New York City.