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FBI investigation of Petraeus began with e-mail complaint

The investigation that led to CIA director David H. Petraeus’s resignation began with a complaint about ‘‘harassing’’ e-mails sent by Paula Broadwell to a third person.

President Obama wins Florida

Florida officials said Obama won the state by about 74,000 votes, bringing the president’s electoral vote count to 332.

Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson threw under pressure from Boston College's Kasim Edebali on Saturday.

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Notre Dame 21, BC 6

Notre Dame defeats Boston College, stays unbeaten

Everett Golson ran for a touchdown and threw for two more Saturday to help No. 4 Notre Dame beat BC, 21-6.

Photographer Gregory Crewdson (at his home near Great Barrington) is the subject of a new documentary.

Documentary captures photographer Gregory Crewdson

Every artist must endure certain vicissitudes: they come with the job description. But few artists cycle to such an extreme degree as photographer Crewdson.

Exclusive Sunday Preview

A sampling of stories from this Sunday's Globe.


From left: Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger, and Ronnie Wood in “Crossfire Hurricane.”

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The Stones at 50, still satisfying

In the absence of a proper tour, Rolling Stones fans can stroll down memory lane and take a peek into the future with a trio of new/old offerings from the band.

Keira Knightley stars as Anna in the film

Keira Knightley talks ‘Anna’ and imperfections

It’s considered one of the greatest roles that an actress can play, a tragic heroine cut from the same transcendent cloth as Hedda Gabler and Madame Bovary.

A late-19th-century painted wood and metal circus wagon wheel.

New York exhibit captures historical life of circus

Public life, we are told, increasingly resembles a circus. The same is certainly true of the art world. What could be more apposite, then, than a show about the circus and its place in the life of this country’s biggest metropolis?

Jason Aldean recently stopped by Fenway Park to announce a pair of concerts he’ll be playing there next summer.

Country finds a home in Boston

It’s been a boom time for country music in the city.

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Graduate student Jonas Naham, here riding a rented Hubway bike along Massachusetts Avenue, doesn’t own a helmet. “If I had one, it wouldn’t be where my bike was,’’ he says.

Boston goes aggressively after helmetless bicyclists

Pro-helmet forces have launched initiatives meant to encourage cyclists to don headgear. The question is whether cyclists will be convinced to change their ways.