At critical point, Warren stuck with her team

During Warren’s yearlong run for the US Senate, the first-time candidate struggled to learn the craft of politics and campaigning.

A MassDOT spokeswoman said there’s no reason to rethink Beverly Scott’s hiring as director of the MBTA.

MBTA’s pick for chief had faced scrutiny

Beverly Scott was required to undergo counseling with a business psychology consulting firm while she was running Atlanta’s mass transit system.

Karen L. King has introduced a fragment of papyrus she believes portrays Jesus as married.

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Harvard divinity professor relishes adventure, research

Karen L. King was propelled into the global spotlight in September, when she introduced the world to a fragment of papyrus she believes portrays Jesus as married.

Congress has questions in wake of Petraeus resignation

Congressional leaders may want to quiz CIA, FBI, and White House officials about the investigation into David Petraeus, the former CIA director and retired general.

Tom Brady has heard the whispers that his play is finally starting to slip a little, but he does not agree with that.


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Tom Brady still has the same goal: winning

Thirteen years after he first arrived in New England, the Patriots quarterback feels better than ever, and he is still striving for that perfect game.

David Kwiatkowski played baseball in high school in Michigan during the late ’90s and at Madonna University, where he earned a degree in allied health administration. That set him on a career path that led him to NewEngland and Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire — and to an eventual arrest this year.

As risk grew, hospitals turned a blind eye

Caught stealing drugs over and over, nothing was done to stop David Kwiatkowski, a technician tied to a hepatitis outbreak, from finding another job.

World War II veteran Robert Ware Foster reflected on his tour of duty with his friend, Ed McGonagle, 54 a WWII enthusiast.

Ranks of WWII heroes are diminishing

Robert Ware Foster, 93, is among the 1.5 million World War II veterans living in the United States, a population that is rapidly dwindling.

Sunday Baseball Notes

// Red Sox will need adaptation after acquisitions

Not only does GM Ben Cherington need to go out and address about five major needs, he has to make sure those major players fit well with the team.


The advice-wrangler in chief

Once elected, a president’s biggest challenge may be organizing his own infosphere.


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Celtics 96, Bucks 92

Paul Pierce, right, shot over Milwaukee’s Monta Ellis on Saturday night.

Paul Pierce, Celtics get even with Bucks

Pierce had 25 points and the offensively challenged Celtics rallied with 32 fourth-quarter points to beat the Bucks on Saturday.


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One of the monuments in Weymouth dedicated to three South Shore servicemen.

South Shore honors three servicemen killed in Iraq

Army Specialist Matthew Pollini, Marine Sergeant Andrew Farrar Jr., and Marine Lance Corporal Walter O’Haire were honored at a ceremony in South Weymouth.