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Manning acquitted of most serious charge

US Army Pfc. Bradley Manning was acquitted of aiding the enemy but was convicted of espionage and theft for giving classified secrets to WikiLeaks.

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Detective in Alemany case did not return calls, Davis says

Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis said he demoted a detective after learning that he did not return phone calls and e-mails to the crime lab in the case of a woman who was choked.

// Funeral services held for Amy Lord

Mourners gathered at the St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Wilbraham, where services were held for the murder victim whose killing shocked the region.

In Jake Peavy, the Red Sox get a pitcher who will slot into a rotation still waiting for the return of Clay Buchholz from the disabled list.

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Red Sox close to deal for Jake Peavy

The Red Sox are on the verge of making a deal for the Chicago White Sox righthander as part of a three-team trade.

Brandon Workman gave up one run in six innings for his first major league win.

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Red Sox defeat Mariners as Workman gets first win

The Red Sox hit three home runs and Brandon Workman was sharp through six innings in earning his first major league victory.

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MIT review finds no wrongdoing in Swartz case

An internal review found the university committed no wrongdoing in the case of the Internet activist, who committed suicide, but it also raised concerns about MIT policies.

Great white shark expedition is launched

Researchers hope to capture and tag as many as 20 great white sharks off Cape Cod in what is expected to be the largest study of the sharks in US history.


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// ‘Getting to Yes’ in the Middle East

The famous book “Getting to Yes,” written more than 30 years ago, still has lessons for negotiations in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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In this handout provided by the White House, US President Barack Obama has lunch with former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on the patio outside the Oval Office.

On Obama-Clinton menu: tea leaves

President Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton met for lunch, sparking talks of who, if anyone, the president will endorse in 2016.