A watered-down deal for seafood shoppers

Frozen fish from the supermarket often has an excess of ice — and consumers are paying the price.

Drug defendants freed in lab scandal

Suffolk County judges have freed at least 11 defendants facing drug charges, almost all with lengthy criminal records, since early September, in the first wave of potentially thousands of cases.

Little money from third-party political advocacy groups has flowed into the Senate race since Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren in January pledged to keep such groups from advertising on their behalf.

Election spending on local TV surges

The amount spent on political advertising on Boston television stations is already significantly higher than it was for the entire 2008 campaign.

Bill Clinton doesn’t know what Hillary may do next

Bill Clinton says Hillary Rodham Clinton is qualified to be president, but says she’s tired after serving as secretary of state and has no idea what she may do.

Review shows RCC put students’ basic needs at risk

A body of evidence collected by the Globe indicates that Roxbury Community College spent thousands on administrative raises while scrimping on campus amenities.

The Back Story: Turmoil at Roxbury Community College

Globe reporter Mary Carmichael talks about her investigation into Roxbury Community College.

Rob Gronkowski was injured on this play against Patriots nemesis Bernard Pollard in the 2012 AFC championship game against the Ravens.

Dan Shaughnessy

Are Ravens now a rival for the Patriots?

We don’t hate the Ravens and we certainly don’t hate friendly Baltimore, but this is best we can do if the Patriots are going to have any active rival in the AFC.

Giancarlo Esposito (left, with Ray Campbell), nominated for an Emmy in the category of supporting actor, drama, infused his “Breaking Bad” character, Gus Fring, with an understated, cold fury.

2012 emmy awards

Emmys: predictions and preferences

“Mad Men” could make television history with another Emmy for best drama.

American architect Daniel Burnham was a founder of modern urban planning in the United States and designed a long list of prominent buildings, including the Flatiron building in New York, Union Station in Washington, D.C., and Filene’s in Boston (above).

Filene’s developers look to past for inspiration

Executives in charge of the $620 million Filene’s redevelopment in Boston say they will seek to bring back many of its original features.


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Orioles 9, Red Sox 6

Bobby Valentine takes the ball from Alfredo Aceves, who gave up three runs in the 12th.

Alfredo Aceves gives it away to Orioles

The disgruntled relief pitcher spoiled a comeback by the ragtag Sox, allowing three runs in the 12th inning that gave Baltimore a 9-6 victory.


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On the Hot Seat

Brian Palmer, the GE unit’s chief executive.

Attracting talent was key in GE unit’s move to Mass.

Brian Palmer is the chief executive of GE Measurement and Control Solutions, a $5 billion energy technology unit of General Electric Co. based in Billerica.