As kin, survivors watch, Tsarnaev pleads not guilty

Alleged Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev shuffled into the courtroom, appearing confident despite ankle chains and an orange jumpsuit, and pleaded not guilty Wednesday.

Options dwindling for Hernandez

New revelations emerging in the murder case against Aaron Hernandez leave the former New England Patriot with dwindling options for a defense strategy, legal specialists say.

Governor losing fight for big tax hike

As Governor Patrick faces the impending defeat of his latest tax proposal to fund transportation programs, he finds himself largely isolated on Beacon Hill.

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// Red Sox win as Ortiz sets mark for hits by DH

David Ortiz set the major league record for hits as a designated hitter as the Red Sox defeated the Mariners in Seattle.

Jennette Chaput spoke with Quebec provincial police on Tuesday about when she would be allowed back in her home. Her son Luc Therrien is at right.

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After the fireballs, death and dread fill Quebec village

Five days after a runaway train jumped the tracks and exploded, killing at least 20 with 30 more missing and presumed dead, the residents of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, remain stunned.

The inaugural Copa Airlines Flight 718 from Panama City was welcomed to Logan Airport with a traditional water canon salute.

Group effort landed COPA

The airline’s Boston-Panama City flight hatched from a long courtship from Massport and the state.

A tale of two terrorists

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and “Whitey” Bulger, both accused of terrorizing the city, landed in the same courthouse Wednesday.

Dan Shaughnessy

What a month in Boston sports world

Imagine you left the country and had no contact with the Bruins, Celtics, Red Sox or Patriots over past few weeks. Wow, you missed a lot.



// Authenticity and scandals

That voters want to know precisely what they’re getting goes a long way toward explaining why there’s hope for Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer.


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Boy killed after state left him at home

Child welfare officials allowed a baby boy to remain in a home where prosecutors said he was fatally assaulted by his mother’s boyfriend, despite having already placed his older brother in foster care.


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Deborah Dunsire will take the reins at the Watertown drug maker EnVivo in mid-August.

Former Millennium CEO to head EnVivo

Deborah Dunsire, who resigned suddenly as Millennium Pharmaceutical’s chief executive in May, will return to the biotechnology industry to lead EnVivo Pharmaceuticals Inc.


Stripes can work to balance an outfit. “When prints combine well, there’s an ‘ah ha’ moment,” says stylist Christina Pierce.

How to mix patterns this summer

Mixing prints often falls into the category of high-risk feats, even for the savviest of fashionistas. But it can be done.