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Cuba not a terrorist state, US officials say

US diplomats believe that Cuba should no longer be designated a sponsor of terrorism, raising the prospect that the US could move toward restoring relations with Havana.

N.Y. Times Co. says it will try to find a buyer for the Globe

The New York Times Co., which last tried to sell The Boston Globe in 2009, bought the Globe in 1993 for $1.1 billion.

White House announces anti-theft trade strategy

The Obama administration announced new efforts to fight the growing theft of American trade secrets in a response to a rapidly emerging global problem.

Models walking the runway during the Anna Sui Fall 2013 show as part of New York Fashion Week.


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Fashion Week questions answered (truthfully)

Christopher Muther’s favorite Fashion Week moments were those he least expected, like Anna Sui’s show he almost skipped or when he nearly tripped over Matt Damon

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// Why personal trainers often become a client’s best buddy

When we see our trainers more than we see our friends, how can they not end up our BFFs?

Daniel Bard (left) and David Ross

Catcher David Ross fitting in with Red Sox

After eight days of workouts, Red Sox pitchers have come to appreciate how the 36-year-old backup catcher works.

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//[1].jpg Potholes in Boston

New England traffic has long negotiated the effects of our repetitive freeze-thaw cycle that leaves roads an obstacle course of potholes.