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Clinton to attend rally for Markey in Worcester

Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to campaign with Edward Markey on Saturday evening at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Moderate cleric Hasan Rowhani was declared the winner of Iran’s presidential vote on Saturday.

Iranian reformists celebrate election result

Celebrations broke out on Tehran streets after moderate cleric Hasan Rowhani won the country’s presidential vote.

Man killed in gunfight while driving in Mattapan

A man in his 30s who was engaged in a gunfight while driving this afternoon in Mattapan was fatally shot.

Andrew Shaw (right), tangling with 6-9 Zdeno Chara in Game 1, relishes his role of master provocateur for Chicago. Much like Brad Marchand (left)  of the Bruins.

Left: Alex Trautwig/Getty Images/right: Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Bruins at Blackhawks, 8 p.m.

Marchand, Shaw are annoying mirror images

If the Bruins are agitated by the Blackhawks’ Andrew Shaw, they might understand how others feel about their provocateur, Brad Marchand.

Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers could be traded to the Clippers under the terms of a deal.

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Celtics focused on deal with Clippers

Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett would go to Los Angeles under the terms of a trade, but the deal has not been completed.

Exclusive Sunday Preview

A sampling of stories from this Sunday's Globe.



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From ‘24’ to ‘Big Brother,’ they are watching

We’ve turned the cameras and phone taps of nightmares into a form of entertainment, one that continues to draw ratings.

John Waters was the festival’s first Filmmaker on the Edge, in 1999, and is its “antic spirit.”

Exclusive Sunday Preview | Movies

Lights, camera, Provincetown Film Festival!

The Provincetown festival is now celebrating its 15th anniversary in style with John Waters, its “antic spirit.”

Ryan Rector, a fishmonger at Pike Place Fish Market, entertains with a flying fish.

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Three days in Seattle

From the moment you arrive in Seattle you can be on the move, whether you are exploring the city by foot, kayak, or even by air.


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// Boston firefighters’ airport hot point

Turf, politics, professional jealousies, old scores, and lots of other issues are at play over Massport’s decision to expand the mutual aid network to other fire departments.


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The trial of ‘Whitey’ Bulger

This courtroom sketch depicts James

Jury duty a hardship in long trials like Bulger’s

The pay for jury duty in federal cases like Bulger’s is $40 per day, and some legal analysts worry that it could endanger a defendant’s ability to get a fair trial.


A sign at the entrance to the Facebook campus is seen in Menlo Park, Calif.

Web giants get broader surveillance revelations

Facebook and Microsoft said they have been given permission to make new but very limited revelations about government orders to turn over user data.