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Bloody blanket, pillow were found in baby’s crib

A neighbor also heard the 1-year-old child crying on the day the baby was allegedly assaulted by her nanny, court records show.

After a fire shut down the Green Line, commuters were forced into the frigid temperatures as they took shuttle buses.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Green Line service resumes after 3-hour outage

A smoldering cable in the Arlington T station had forced hundreds off trains and onto buses during a frigid morning commute.

Citing costs, Steward cuts hospital guards

Steward Health Care System eliminated the security staff at four Mass. hospitals, outsourcing about 50 jobs to a New Jersey contractor.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Clinton challenges GOP focus on Rice comments

When pressed about Susan Rice’s comments that protests precipitated the Libya raid, Hillary Clinton said “What difference does it make?”

Tomahawk Delmonico Steak, which is more than three pounds of steak on the bone.

Dining out

Suspended in time, this Cambridge institution still serves good steak

The food can be tasty at Frank’s, but it’s not the most remarkable thing about this North Cambridge steakhouse.

A team has to make an opponent respect the run. Tom Brady and the Patriots never did.

On football | Midweek Report

Patriots were really bad at a terrible time

Everyone but special teams deserves part of the blame for Sunday night’s loss to the Ravens in the AFC title game.

Adrian Walker

// Patrick’s call to pay for the future

While critics call him a tax-and-spend liberal, the governor insists his tax plan offers a chance to stabilize Mass. for the next generation.