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Murray wins US Open title

Andy Murray outlasted Novak Djokovic in a thrilling five-set US Open final for his first Grand Slam singles title and the first by a British man in 76 years.

Obama rises in polls after convention

President Obama pulled ahead of Mitt Romney in one poll and widened his lead in another in the wake of the Democratic National Convention.

Restaurant workers awarded $675,000

The owner of three Boston restaurants, including Sunset Grill & Tap, has agreed to pay the money to 70 workers for back wages and damages, according to the US Department of Labor.

Sept. 11 attacks to be remembered Tuesday in Boston

A number of events will take place across Massachusetts to honor those lost 11 years ago in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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Up close with big cats

A visit to King Richard’s Faire is a chance to see some of the world's biggest cats, and to hear an environmental message.

Animal ambassadors at King Richard's Faire

Bhagavan Antle brings his cats, some of the rarest in the world, to Carver, Mass.

Tom Hanks and Halle Berry are two of many actors who play multiple roles in “Cloud Atlas.”

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‘Cloud Atlas’ an epic mishmash

The nearly three-hour film is willing to risk jeers even though it’s jeer-proof. This is a movie that breaks through to the other side of its badness.

Mr. Belmonte specialized in rare singles. A Boston shop he managed was visited by Little Richard and Rod Stewart.


John Belmonte was a mainstay in record stores for fans and musicians alike

A legendary behind-the-scenes figure in the local music business, Mr. Belmonte was known as Big John. He died Aug. 31 at 77.

 Satori’s CEO, Jeff Ives, said drug makers are not giving up.

Alzheimer’s drugs see setbacks

This summer, two drugs under development for Alzheimer’s disease were declared failures. But scientists and Boston-area executives say they are still optimistic.


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Tom Brady presided over a constantly changing offense in a win over the Titans.

Josh McDaniels, Patriots’ offensive line dialed in

If you construct a plan like the offensive coordinator did for the Titans, and the Patriots execute like they did, team blocking is going to be in a position to be successful.

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