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IRS agents raid Boston Cab

IRS agents with the Boston, Cambridge, and State Police removed boxes from the Kilmarnock Street headquarters of Boston Cab Co. on Friday.

The agents were accompanied by Boston police, Cambridge police, and Secret Service and HUD agents as they executed a federal search warrant.

Error in Middlesex DA’s office could affect child porn cases

The district attorney’s office said an employee had sent administrative subpoenas without prior review and approval by a prosecutor, as required by law.

An overturned tractor-trailer rested on its side in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 40, just east of El Reno, Okla., after a reported tornado touched down.

2 killed after tornadoes hit Oklahoma City area

A mother and baby were killed after tornadoes rolled in from the prairie and slammed Oklahoma City and its suburbs today.

Yankees 4, Red Sox 1

Red Sox stumble as Sabathia outduels Lester

The Yankees’ CC Sabathia was the ace he needed to be against the first-place Red Sox and Jon Lester.

Former graffiti artist Tyson Andree has fine arts works in a group exhibition in Adelson Galleries Boston through June 30.

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Graffiti artist fights addiction to street art

Now 33 and going by the name Caype, Tyson Andree must be one of the most prolific and longest active graffiti writers in Boston’s history.

Is this the series when Tyler Seguin (right) gets his game going and Claude Julien (left) puts him back on the second line? John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

On Hockey

Breaking down Bruins vs. Penguins

Here’s the intel necessary to navigate the Eastern Conference finals, which start Saturday night.

photographs: festival by Brian H. MacDonald; douglas by jimmy katz; parlato by david bartolomi; sanchez by devin DEHaven; marsalis by courtney hawkes

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Weekend Fun Guide 2013

Make the most of New England’s short summer by hitting the road for can’t-miss celebrations right through Labor Day.

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How Boston powered the gay rights movement

In the 1970s, a small, staid city laid the intellectual groundwork for the change to come.

Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley (left) and State Representative Martin J. Walsh.

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Conley, Walsh top May fund-raisers among mayoral candidates

Boston mayoral hopefuls Daniel F. Conley and Martin J. Walsh this month raised more than $250,000 each for their campaign coffers.