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Kerry says case for US attack on Syria grows stronger

Secretary of State John Kerry said the evidence that Syria committed a chemical attack grows “stronger and stronger,” citing indications that its government used sarin gas.

President Obama seeks Congress’s OK on Syria

The surprise announcement effectively delayed any US military operation in Syria until after the summer recess, which ends on Sept. 9.

David Frost died Saturday night from an apparent heart attack, according to the BBC.

David Frost, 74; known for his Nixon interview

The veteran journalist died aboard a cruise ship on Saturday night, his family said.

Plenty of tossup towns in crowded House race

The district, which covers all or part of 24 municipalities from Revere to Woburn to Holliston, is heavily Democratic.

Foxwoods offers Milford bigger project, more cash

The expanded casino resort proposal is Foxwoods’ attempt to stay competitive with rival projects in Boston and Everett.

Derek Nally’s sisters Cathy Brennan, Susan Giugno, and Cheryl Wolfe want answers in his death. Arbour staff waited to try to revive him, officials say.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

Staff failures cited in deaths at Arbour psychiatric centers

Three questionable deaths within 18 months in the Arbour Health System involved staff failures identified by state or federal health regulators.

Across New England, areas like the Swift River Valley (above, left, in the 1880s and in 2010) in Petersham have seen their forests, once cut down and cleared for farmland, replenished in the 21st century.

New England sees a return of forests, wildlife

A wilderness comeback is underway across New England, one that has happened so incrementally that it’s easy to miss.

Photography Review

// The Middle East through women’s cameras

The photographers featured in “She Who Tells a Story” at the Museum of Fine Arts are interested in making statements.

Jhonny Peralta

Sunday Baseball Notes

Bringing back players tied to Biogenesis a tough call

Pretty soon, the Tigers and Rangers have decisions to make concerning Jhonny Peralta and Nelson Cruz, respectively.



// Organized labor is on the ropes

The economy that gave unions their birth has changed dramatically, and a once-vital movement now seems obsolete.