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Fungus in outbreak matched to pharmacy

Regulators have confirmed a fungus in a vial from the Framingham pharmacy matches a type of infection from the meningitis outbreak.

Arrests made in local sex trafficking ring

Two men who owned massage parlors in Wellesley and Revere have been arrested in connection with a human trafficking investigation.

On Thursday, President Obama made a campaign stop at Veteran's Memorial Park in downtown Manchester, N.H.

Derrick Z. Jackson

A reinvigorated Obama in N.H.

President Obama was back to his rousing 2008 form in downtown Manchester today, enough to give some voters hope for his reelection.


Friday preview | MOVIE REVIEW

‘Alex Cross’ is a dud

Some movies make it to theaters, and you don’t know why. Nothing works. “Alex Cross,” starring Tyler Perry, is that kind of movie.

The science complex under construction at UMass Boston is expected to be completed by 2014. The university also plans to add academic buildings and dorm rooms.

Construction may bring a new vitality to Columbia Point

A burst of activity may transform the numerous vacant properties into housing, stores, restaurants, and other attractions.

// Recently dumped by girlfriend, Hyannis man wins $30.5m jackpot

Sandeep Singh, 22, won a $30.5 million jackpot soon after his girlfriend broke up with him. “I was heartbroken at first, but now I’m getting over it,” he said.

The biggest demonstration in Boston's history brought the Vietnam Moratorium Day activities to Boston Common in 1969 as an estimated 100,000 persons shouted in cadence that they wanted the Vietnam war ended

From the archives | Photo Gallery

The 1969 peace rally

The Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam on Oct. 15, 1969 was a huge gathering of antiwar protesters across the United States, with an estimated 100,000 people assembled at the Boston Common.

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Globe Talk | Oct. 23, 6 p.m.

//[1]--90x90.jpg Revealing ‘The Real Romney’

Join Globe reporters Michael Kranish and Scott Helman, authors of “The Real Romney,” to discuss the Republican presidential candidate’s life and history.


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From left: Ken Cheeseman, Miranda Craigwell, Cliff Odle, and Patrick Shea comprise the four-person cast of “Race.”

‘Race’ looks back in anger at New Rep

This law-office drama puts more than racial prejudice on trial. It goes after sexism and legal ethics as well.