Woman charged with stealing from One Fund

The New York woman allegedly collected $480,000, claiming she suffered a traumatic brain injury in the Marathon bombings.

Researchers study bombing aftermath

Scientists have been following the recovery of people treated for hearing loss after the Boston Marathon and testing social media alerts.

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks during a press conference at Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan.

Israel and Palestinians to resume talks ‘soon’

US Secretary of State John Kerry said leaders will discuss relaunching peace talks in Washington.

Sergeant to face hearing over Tsarnaev photos

Sean Murphy of the State Police released pictures of the alleged Marathon bomber in response to Rolling Stone’s magazine cover.

President Obama said African Americans view the Trayvon Martin case through ‘‘a set of experiences and a history that doesn’t go away.

Trayvon Martin ‘could have been me 35 years ago,’ Obama says

President Obama urged Americans to do some soul searching about their attitudes on race.

Somerville’s Freedom School is illustrative of a town that is no longer a parochial place in which mobsters could thrive.

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Beyond Bulger

The best revenge against James “Whitey” Bulger is how Boston and Somerville are no longer the kinds of places where a mobster like him could thrive.

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Performance artists from Australia entertained crowds in Boston Common, beach scenes from around the state, and more of the week’s best images.

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How to live without air conditioning

Could Americans kick our addiction to cool? Maybe more happily than we think.

Azaliyah Foster and Tessa Reidy cooled off during the Splash Dance Party at Doherty Playground in Charlestown, Thursday.

At 99 degrees, Boston breaks heat record

Bay State residents are dealing with muggy conditions on the sixth day of a heat wave that broke the previous high for the day of 98.

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“This provides finality,” said Casey Sherman, nephew of murder victim Mary Sullivan.



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Senators on both sides acknowledged some fault in the polarization, but the House remains gridlocked.


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Zdeno Chara and the Bruins will be back on the ice Oct. 3.

Bruins to open season Oct. 3

The Bruins will begin the season at home against Tampa, the start of a 3-game home stand. Tyler Seguin will make his first visit to Boston on Nov. 5.

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It’s not clear if Charles D. Baker (left) or Scott Brown will seek the governorship next year.

Top Mass. GOP figures plot 2014 strategy

Some Mass. Republicans met last week to discuss the party’s 2014 prospects, but decisions can’t be made until Charles Baker and Scott Brown finalize their political intentions.


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Supporters mobbed embattled Market Basket president Arthur T. Demoulas as he arrived for a board meeting in Andover.

Market Basket CEO gets reprieve

Arthur T. Demoulas remained the chain’s president after the board adjourned without acting on a motion for his removal. The board meets again on Aug. 22.


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Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson star as paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren in “The Conjuring.”

‘The Conjuring’ looks back to the Amityville era

Gorehounds will gnash their teeth in disappointment at “The Conjuring,” a trim haunted-house spook show from the director of the original “Saw.”


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‘Museum Hours’ hears secret harmonies

Writer-director Jem Cohen’s film follows two main characters, and connections on both sides of the velvet ropes at Vienna’s Kunsthistoriches Museum.