NHL, players have tentative deal to end lockout

The NHL and the players’ association have announced a tentative labor agreement that will save the hockey season.

The Brown and Warren campaigns spent about $80 million combined on the race.

Third-party groups may not sit out Senate race

A host of political groups will be able to focus all their attention and cash in Mass. on a special election for John Kerry’s Senate seat.

Newt Gingrich says his party must come to terms with the nation’s changing views on same-sex marriage.

GOP looks inward after some bitter fights, losses

The increasingly fractured and feuding party is unified on perhaps only one point: that it is at a major crossroads.

David Filipov (seated third from left) wore local garb to fit in better while reporting in Tora Bora in 2001 with a Pashtun militia helping American forces hunt Osama bin Laden.

For war reporters, safe passage always a gamble

For correspondents, including American James Foley who is currently missing in Syria, wrong choices can mean capture and death.

William Senne opened a real estate business after serving 2 1/2 years at the Plymouth House of Correction.

Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

Facing new charge, man who hit trooper breaks silence

Nearly 10 years after striking a state trooper on Route 25, William Senne opens up as he heads back to court to face a new charge.

If his Texans play next Sunday the way they did in their last trip to Gillette, Gary Kubiak may need to seek divine help.

Dan Shaughnessy

Texans matchup just what the Patriots wanted

The fraudulent Texans are now the only team standing between the Patriots and a trip to the AFC Championship game.

New option lets Boston pick school for child

Parents have the option of letting the School Department pick a school for them if their child does not get their choices of kindergartens in the first round of the lottery.

Alliance for Children Foundation director Filis Casey visited the old site in Haiti last May.

Needham foundation expands orphanage in Haiti

After building a home for bereft young quake victims, the Alliance for Children Foundation is setting its sights on a bigger goal.

Cagdas Kafali (left) and Tim Doggett are two the 350 employees at AIR Worldwide’s Boston headquarters.

Homeowners question the use of storm models

Sandy raised the stakes for weather-modeling companies — and for the insurance companies that rely on them to set homeowners’ rates.

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In 1976, Bostonians first enjoyed the arts festival that would one day spread nationwide and ring in the new year in over 70 cities, growing to showcase the work of over 1,000 artists.


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Elizabeth Warren and Justice Elena Kagan hug before the ceremony in Roxbury.

Warren says she won’t forget her goals as senator

Elizabeth Warren supporters streamed into a Roxbury Community College auditorium Saturday for a ceremony re-creating her swearing-in as a senator.