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Security boosted after deadly clashes in Egypt

Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi gathered near the headquarters of the Republican Guard in Cairo.


Authorities plotted their next moves after violence claimed at least 36 lives across the country.

Marion Bartoli of France celebrated her victory over Sabine Lisicki of Germany in the women's final for the Wimbledon Championships.

Bartoli beats Lisicki for Wimbledon title

Marion Bartoli defeated Sabine Lisicki 6-1, 6-4 in the Wimbledon final to win her first major title Saturday.

Mass. Guard staff must take time off

More than 900 employees of the National Guard must take 11 unpaid furlough days between now and September.

Mark Head cut across a trail in a remote corner of New Hampshire, which has been trying to recover after several paper mills closed.

Fred Field for the Boston Globe

In N.H.’s North Country, ATVs may boost economy

By combining trails to create a 700-mile network, Coos County residents aim to convert day-tripping ATV tourists into weeklong vacationers.

In the past five years, the average debt for UMass graduates has risen by more than one-third to more than $28,000.

No rise in tuition for state college students

For the first time in more than a decade, undergraduates at all Mass. public colleges and universities will see no increase in tuition bills this fall.

As temperatures shot into the 90s for a third day, hundreds of people sought relief from the heat at Houghton’s Pond in Milton.

As heat wave hits, region falls under a sultry spell

The temperature along the Mass. coast, including in Boston, skyrocketed past 90 degrees for the third day in a row.

John Kerry spent time with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last weekend.

Yacht trip confusion clouds Kerry’s work on Mideast peace

The State Department spent Friday deflecting criticism that Secretary of State John Kerry took an ill-timed Nantucket vacation as violence erupted in Egypt.

// Anthony’s Pier 4 will close for good in August

In a long-anticipated move, the waterfront icon, once one of the busiest restaurants in the US and a local institution for a half-century, will close its doors.



// John Connolly stumbles in vote pursuit

The mayoral candidate descended into political pandering when he voted for a loan order to build a new Mattapan high school.


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