CIA chief Petraeus resigns over affair uncovered by FBI

David Petraeus resigned Friday after admitting the affair, allegedly with his biographer, a detail that came forth during an FBI investigation.

“I’ve enjoyed it, actually,” says James Bond, an engineering technician from Dracut. He will sometimes use the “Bond, James Bond” gambit.

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

What’s it like being named Bond, James Bond?

What if you happened to share a name with the coolest character on the planet? Funny you should ask, because a lot of folks in Massachusetts do.

With inner strength, Manti Te’o has overcome personal tragedy to help put the Irish in the national title hunt.

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Through grief, Manti Te’o leads Notre Dame

One of the best college players in the country has overcome the deaths of his grandmother and girlfriend to galvanize No. 4 Notre Dame.

“Our job now  is to get a majority in Congress to reflect the will of the American people.” - President Obama


Obama seeks end to ‘dysfunction’

The president used his first formal appearance since reelection to call on Congress to immediately make tax cuts permanent for the middle class.

For Romney camp, a high-tech meltdown on Election Day

Mitt Romney’s online voter-turnout operation suffered a meltdown, resulting in the inability of some campaign workers to use a vital smartphone program.

 Dwight D. Eisenhower authorized the interstate highway system in 1956.

Derrick Z. Jackson

Obama’s Eisenhower moment

President Obama now has his chance to take a page from Eisenhower: mobilize public opinion on why we must fund the institutions and infrastructure America needs.

Associates of Red Sox owner John Henry say the trajectory of his firm, John W. Henry & Co., changed when Henry turned his attention to baseball full time.

Red Sox owner to shutter investment firm

John Henry is shutting down a business that once had $2.5 billion under management and helped him build a formidable sports empire.

Dr. Waldo Fielding, a 91-year-old retired doctor and Brookline resident, regularly visits the Huntington branch.

At 100, changes afoot for Huntington YMCA

The beloved Huntington Avenue branch is at a crossroads as it embarks on its next century, undergoing a major overhaul.


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76ers 106, Celtics 100

Rajon Rondo didn’t pass up the chance to get the 76ers’ Spencer Hawes off his feet during the second quarter.

Celtics falter against Sixers

The Celtics experienced another second-quarter meltdown, failing to recover in a 106-100 loss to the 76ers Friday.