Anti-American violence expands

Carry teams moved the transfer cases containing the remains of the four Americans killed in Libya at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland Friday. President Obama led a ceremony and met with grieving family members.


At least six protesters were killed and dozens of people were wounded in protests that spread from North Africa to Southeast Asia and Indonesia.

Kyle Thomas Hemingway (left) and Greg Dickinson at Seoul Kitchen.

For late-night diners in Boston, Asian cuisine is what’s hot

Asian food is increasingly influential as customers gravitate to its bright, bold, and spicy flavors, and chefs see such late-night menus as a way to bring in crowds.

Quin Donovan says his mom, Elaine, nagging him about his homework “makes me less likely to do it.”

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Homework: To nag or not to nag?

Many parents say they fear if they don’t say something—or yell it—their children will never do homework.

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Remembering Bruce Bolling, a Boston visionary

Bolling was one of the all-time good guys in Boston politics and easily one of the most accomplished city councilors of the past 25 years.

E-mails portray state drug lab in chaos

Internal e-mails ­describe a staff drowning in work, misplaced evidence in crime cases, and mounting frustrations over the Patrick administration’s seeming indifference.

Madison Park Technical High has mayoral support.

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Boston innovation high school off to rough start

When Madison Park re-opened as an innovation school Sept. 6, the first hard-fought step of its turnaround effort, confusion, frustration, and disappointment filled the halls.

Romney rips Obama on China despite investments

Mitt Romney sharpened his criticism of President Obama’s handling of China’s trade practices, although he has invested in Chinese firms that use some of those methods.

Sports apparel maker New Balance plans to build a 14-acre complex in Brighton.

Skyline blooms as Boston OK’s over $1.5b in projects

Projects include a huge expansion of New Balance’s headquarters, as well as residential and retail developments in Downtown Crossing, the Fenway, and the South End.

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America’s first lighthouse guided vessels entering Boston Harbor from Sept. 14, 1716, and the lighthouse on Little Brewster Island was the last to be automated, in 1998.


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If Bobby Valentine is looking at the end of the line with the Sox, he’s going out with a bang.

Valentine slams Red Sox for ‘weakest roster’

When manager Bobby Valentine called the roster the weakest “we’ve ever had in September in the history of baseball,” he said what we are all thinking.


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Brian Moynihan is chief executive at Bank of America.

Bank of America chief praises Fed’s decision

Chief executive Brian Moynihan Friday praised the Federal Reserve’s decision to launch a new effort to pump money into the nation’s ailing economy.


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Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, during a lighthearted exchange with Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan on Friday.

Romneys game for a revealing interview

Mitt Romney and his wife sat down Friday for an interview on ABC’s ‘‘Live! With Kelly and Michael’’ that delved into topics rarely found on the Sunday talk shows.

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Olympic sprinter Sanya Richards-Ross, a gold medalist, took pictures with President Obama as the 2012 US Olympic and Paralympic teams visited the White House.

Obama using GOP’s ‘we built it’ attacks to his advantage

Some Democrats now say that the statements on the role of government might have focused the campaign in a direction that could be favorable for the president.