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The gun toll we’re ignoring: suicide

Each gun represents 100 deaths by firearm in 2010.

SOURCE: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

You wouldn’t know it from the national debate, but most American firearm deaths aren’t murder.

carlo rotella

Local boxer’s one shining moment was beating Mike Tyson

“One punch can change the chapters of anybody’s story,” Dorchester’s Kevin McBride says in a new mini-documentary.

Saxophonist Schiller Joseph, trumpeter E. Daile Beauplant, and organist Jean Louis Daniel played during a service at the New Calvary Cemetery in Mattapan marking the third anniversary of the deadly 2010 Haiti earthquake.

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Globe photos of the week

Musicians performed at a memorial service marking the third anniversary of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and more of the week’s best images.

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Globe sports columnist Dan Shaughnessy recounts how he and former Red Sox manager Terry Francona buried the hatchet and teamed up to write a revealing book.

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Mass. hospital coalition targets Medicare reimbursements

An obscure rule allows Nantucket Cottage, Massachusetts’ sole rural hospital, to set the floor for how much the government reimburses the state’s 81 other hospitals.

Timothy P. Murray

Lt. Gov. Murray says he won’t run for governor

Timothy P. Murray had been laying the groundwork for a run but faced tough political questions.

Lt. Governor Tim Murray.

Scot Lehigh

Murray’s exit good news for Democrats

Tim Murray’s announcement that he won’t run for governor is good news for the Democratic Party and a victory for common sense.

House GOP plan to vote on raising the debt ceiling

Republicans plan the vote on a three-month extension in an effort to force the Democratic-led Senate to adopt a budget plan.

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Political Notebook

National Archives and Records Administration

Half-century later, Kennedy staffers reunite at archives

A handful of surviving members of President John F. Kennedy’s White House staff came together Wednesday to relive those heady times.


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“Where is My Hope?

‘Graphic Advocacy’ at MassArt

“Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for the Digital Age 2001-2012” runs at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design Gallery through March 2.


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Movie Review

Russell Crowe with Mark Wahlberg in “Broken City,” directed by Allen Hughes.

Breaking and exiting

“Broken City” is a cluttered, formulaic urban thriller, with Mark Wahlberg miscast as a conflicted tough-guy detective caught in an election week conspiracy.