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MGH makes progress toward bioengineered organs

Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital announced an important advance in the effort to build replacement organs: a working bioengineered rat kidney.

Scott Brown again doesn’t rule out run in NH

Former Senator Scott Brown again did not dismiss the prospect that he might run against Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire.

Immigration law is not ‘amnesty,’ Rubio says

Senator Marco Rubio said a proposed immigration bill expected to be introduced this week won’t offer amnesty to those who entered the US illegally.

US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke during a news conference with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida.

Kerry pushes for diplomacy toward North Korea

Secretary of State John Kerry said in Tokyo that North Korea would find ‘‘ready partners’’ in the US if it began abandoning its nuclear program.

Clay Buchholz gave up two hits over eight innings in the Red Sox’ 5-0 win.

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Buchholz pitches a gem at Fenway

Clay Buchholz pitched no-hit ball through seven innings and finished with a two-hitter through eight.

Members of the Middlesex County Volunteers Fifes & Drums marched in a Patriots Day parade as Lexington celebrated 300 years of incorporation.

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Lexington’s 300th anniversary

The Patriots Day parade in Lexington also marked 300 years since it was incorporated as a town.

Tiger Woods looked on after he hit out of a bunker on the seventh hole during the final round.

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Woods trails at Augusta

Teen amateur Tianlang Guan finished with a 3-over 75, and as others charged up the leaderboard, Tiger Woods headed the wrong way.

Karen Goucher (right) believes training with Shalane Flanagan (left) makes both runners the best that they can be.

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Kara Goucher on course for a fulfilling day

Despite less than perfect training, Goucher believes she can run a personal best at the 2013 Boston Marathon.


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Juli Windsor, 27, has been a runner since joining her middle school cross-country team in a suburb of Atlanta.

Dwarfs outrunning expectations in Boston Marathon

Juli Windsor and John Young have known casual cruelty, but the first dwarfs in Boston Marathon field know nothing of giving up.


Steven Keller and Nancy Levandowski, longtime “passionate” Denny’s fans, were married this month in Las Vegas at a flagship Denny’s restaurant with a wedding chapel.

Denny’s opens Las Vegas wedding chapel

Those seeking a unique setting in which to exchange vows need look no further than Denny’s, which has opened a flagship restaurant with a wedding chapel in Las Vegas.