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Last Western detainee at Guantanamo returns to Canada

The detainee at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay returned to Canada after a decade in custody following his capture in Afghanistan at age 15.

This July 1, 1971, photo shows Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, center, smiling at a news conference in New York after the Supreme Court permitted the Times to continue publishing articles based on the Pentagon Papers.

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, ex-NY Times publisher, dies

Sulzberger guided the New York Times through a period of expansion and change as journalism moved into the digital age. He was 86.

Brockton police search for shooting suspect

Police are searching for a man in connection with the Friday night shooting of an 8-year-old girl on North Montello Street.

// Former drug lab chemist arrested, actions detailed

Annie Dookhan sprinkled real cocaine in with a non-drug substance in order to make tests turn out positive, a prosecutor said in court at Dookhan’s arraignment.

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Army veteran Thomas Jude Carroll, who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident, on joining this VetEx climb up Mount Washington: “I hope someone out there sees me and it hits them that they can do it, too.”

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On Mount Washington, a peak experience

This September 11, a group of veterans and friends climbed New Hampshire’s Mount Washington to celebrate the “warrior spirit.”

Tom Brady and the Patriots are looking to rebound with their record at 1-2 entering Week 4.

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Patriots’ keys to Week 4 win vs. Bills

Jim McBride examines the scouting report and offers a prediction as New England looks to rebound and get back to .500.

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‘Gods Like Us’ by Ty Burr

Globe critic Ty Burr examines fame in and out of Hollywood, presenting its triumph as a carefully orchestrated harnessing of the ferocious power of celebrity.


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Kevin Garnett talked with reporters at the Celtics’ training facility in Waltham Friday.

Garnett’s passion for the game never gets old

Not only has Kevin Garnett signed a three-year contract extension with the Celtics, he is already displaying his trademark focus in training camp.

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Bo Xilai is accused, among other things, of abusing his power and of taking ‘‘massive bribes.’’

China boots disgraced Bo out of party

Chinese leaders announced Friday that Bo Xilai, a disgraced Communist Party aristocrat, had been expelled from the party and would be prosecuted on criminal charges.