Top US general caught up in Petraeus scandal

General John Allen allegedly had ‘‘inappropriate communications’’ with a woman who is said to have received threatening e-mails from the mistress of General David Petraeus.

Retired General David H. Petraeus and Paula Broadwell often conferred with faculty at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Kennedy School key in David Petraeus saga

The former CIA chief long found intellectual sustenance at the Harvard institution where he met Paula Broadwell.

John Kerry is highly qualified for the job, administration officials believe.

Kerry may be choice for secretary of defense

President Obama is considering asking Senator Kerry to serve as his next defense secretary, part of an extensive rearrangement of his national security team.

Eric Fehrnstrom (middle) worked on Mitt Romney’s presidential run.

Critical eyes on team behind Mitt Romney, Scott Brown

Republican insiders have raised questions about whether The Shawmut Group spread itself too thin with two of the biggest races in the country.

Owner of Framingham drug firm faulted

Pharmacist Barry Cadden, co-owner of the pharmacy blamed for the deadly national meningitis outbreak, has a long history of not cooperating with federal regulators.

John Bosley will continue wearing a Livestrong bracelet, despite the Lance Armstrong scandal. Not everyone will.


For some, doping case hurts Livestrong image

After the fallout from the Lance Armstrong doping scandal, the wearers of the 80 million Livestrong bracelets sold face a dilemma: Wear them, or ditch them?

The Globe’s Brian McGrory takes the pet memoir to a hilarious new place.

Book Review

It’s man vs. rooster in Brian McGrory’s ‘Buddy’

The Globe columnist takes the pet memoir to a hilarious new place as a crazed rooster competes with him over who will rule his new family’s suburban roost.

Group’s faith rule stirs clash at Tufts University

Tufts is considering whether an evangelical Christian student group should be stripped of its official status for requiring that its leaders adhere to the faith.

Thomas Glynn had also worked in the Labor Department.

Major tasks face new Massport chief

Thomas Glynn says the agency’s biggest challenges are adding international routes out of Logan, modernizing port facilities, and developing the East Boston waterfront.

Shaw’s, the state’s second-largest supermarket operator with 84 stores, recently laid off workers.

Mass. grocers scramble to keep up with consumers

The Massachusetts supermarket industry is undergoing a serious makeover as it faces stagnant sales and new types of competition.


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Kevin Garnett scored 15 points — none easier than this late dunk — as Boston earned its third road win in four games.

Celtics hang on to beat the Bulls

Kevin Garnett scored 15 points — including a critical dunk late in the fourth quarter — as Boston earned its third road win in four games.


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