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Last bombing victim at Beth Israel to be discharged

Erika Brannock, a Baltimore area pre-school teacher, lost a leg in the April 15 explosions that killed three people and wounded more than 260.

Protestors chanted anti-government slogans during a protest against the demolition of Taksim Gezi Park, in Taksim Square in Istanbul.

Protests in Turkey grow as police continue crackdowns

Thousands took to the streets in a second day of civil unrest and faced tear gas and water cannons from police.

Judge rules Google must give FBI user information

Google must comply with the agency’s demand for data on certain customers as part of a national security investigation, according to the ruling.

// Officials assess damage from deadly Okla. storms

At least nine people were killed and dozens injured following a violent burst of tornadoes and thunderstorms overnight.

In a familiar — and later chilling — scene, the Penguins’ Ulf Samuelsson used every force necessary against Cam Neely.

May 1991/Tom herde/globe staff

Game 1 | Bruins at Penguins, 8 p.m.

Bruins-Penguins conference finals in ’91, ’92 frozen in time

In 1991, Cam Neely took a leg check in Game 3 that changed the trajectory of the season, his career, and the franchise’s future.

Actress Jean Stapleton during an interview in 1977.

Jean Stapleton, actress who played Edith Bunker, dies at 90

Her portrayal of Archie’s big-hearted housewife on “All in the Family” made her one of the foremost women in television comedy in the 1970s.

Matthew Macfadyen, and Amanda Hale in “Ripper Street.”

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Note to Emmy voters: Keep these rising stars in mind

The year-long Emmy eligibility period ended and voters will be selecting nominees. It is time for a few Emmy alternative suggestions.

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// Scotland, with only golf in mind

A once-in-a-lifetime trip to Scotland featured no castle or whiskey distillery tours, no search for the Loch Ness monster. Just golf.


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Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron will have to submit more heroics if the Bruins want to hang with the Penguins.

Chara, Bergeron critical to Bruins’ defensive approach

Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron will have to submit more heroics if the Bruins want to hang with the Penguins.

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Political Notebook

A group of college students was on hand as President Obama pressed for student loan legislation at the White House.

Obama calls for action on student loans

President Obama warned of an impending fiscal deadline: Student loan interest rates are set to double in 30 days under current law.