Romney won’t release names of donation bundlers

“Bundlers,” people who write big checks and also press their friends and associates to donate to a campaign, make up a whole swath of influential Mitt Romney supporters.

Adrian Walker

Debates loom large in Brown-Warren race

With 51 days to go, the race between Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren is a true tossup. The sparring sessions are over, and the real battle is finally about to begin.

Steward hires away top surgeon from Mass. General

Steward Health Care’s new hire is part of a strategy to win back patients who are leaving its system for routine surgical care at major Boston teaching hospitals.

Susan Rice, the US ambassador to the United Nations, said Sunday that last week’s deadly assault on the US consulate in Libya was a spontaneous reaction to the anti-Muslim video.

Dueling appeals in the Arab world

While the Hezbollah militant group called for more protests, governments in the Muslim world were striving to soothe the anger of their citizens and convince the US of their goodwill.

Elizabeth Ives Hunter, former Cape Cod Museum of Art director, fought her ouster and then resigned.

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Battles over leadership shake Cape art museum

In the wake of longtime director Elizabeth Ives Hunter’s exit, the Cape Cod Museum of Art has been facing the most public crisis of its three-decade history.

As the Cardinals rejoiced, New England place-kicker Stephen Gostkowski fell to the ground after missing what would have been a winning field goal in the final seconds of Sunday’s home opener in Gillette Stadium.

cardinals 20, patriots 18

Patriots fall short in home opener

The Cardinals pulled off a surprising 20-18 victory, the first time the Patriots have lost a home opener in Gillette, after Stephen Gostkowski missed a field goal with six seconds left.

Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is injured when his ankle is rolled by Julian Edelman (11) after a catch by Edelman in the first quarter.

Christopher L. Gasper

Aaron Hernandez may be more crucial loss

The bigger loss for the Patriots than Sunday’s home opener was watching the versatile tight end leave with a severe right ankle injury in the first quarter.

Aftershocks intensify in Mass. drug lab scandal

Authorities said the evidence mishandling at a busy state drug laboratory could put felons back on the streets, inundate courts, and damage public confidence in the justice system.

Dance Central 3 is one of the video game creations of Harmonix Music Systems Inc., located in Cambridge.

Video game industry a bright spot in Mass.

Despite the sluggish US economy, the Massachusetts video game industry keeps growing, according to a survey by Massachusetts Digital Games Institute (MassDiGI).

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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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Blue Jays 5, Red Sox 0

Dustin Pedroia flipped his bat up after striking out in the third inning.

Red Sox can’t pull out sweep

Jon Lester, who pitched well for six-plus innings, imploded with two outs in the seventh when he allowed three runs as Boston eventually fell to the Blue Jays, 5-0.


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Bil Lewis, 60, of Cambridge said he’s nostalgic for the “wild community” of the old Occupy Boston encampment.

Dwindling Boston Occupiers remain resolute

Nearly a year after the start of the 72-day occupation of Dewey Square, the movement known for its defiance has struggled in its transition to a campless organization.


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If you buy the iPhone 5 or another phone that runs on the speedy 4G LTE cellular network, such as the HTC Thunderbolt, expect your data usage to ramp up considerably, and buy accordingly.

iPhone 5 likely to boost data usage

Wireless carriers are reorganizing their data plans as features on the latest smartphones, including Apple Inc.’s new iPhone 5, appear likely to increase usage.


Political Notebook

A Springfield Republican poll, taken Sept. 6 through Sept. 13 by the Western New England University Polling Institute, shows Warren leading Brown, a Republican, 50 percent to 44 percent among likely voters.

Elizabeth Warren leads Scott Brown in 2 new polls

Two new polls show Warren leading Senator Brown, suggesting a possible bump for the Democratic candidate following the two parties’ conventions.