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Police said to question Patriots’ Hernandez after body is found

Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was reportedly questioned in connection with a dead body in North Attleborough.

Gabriel Gomez, left, and Edward Markey, right, participated in a debate moderated by R.D. Sahl, center, at WGBH studios in Boston.

Markey, Gomez face off in final debate

With a week left before the special election, Edward Markey and Gabriel Gomez clashed in a heated third and final debate.

The Trial of ‘Whitey’ Bulger

‘I always tried to be a nice guy,’ ex-hit man says

During cross examination, ex-Bulger associate John Martorano said he should not be considered a serial killer, even though he has murdered 20 people.

House passes far-reaching anti-abortion bill

The Republican-led House passed an anti-abortion bill that conservatives saw as a milestone and Democrats characterized as another example of a GOP war on women.

Jonny Gomes was at the center of a Red Sox celebration after his two-run walk-off homer.

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Red Sox win second game on walk-off home run

Jonny Gomes hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth after Andrew Bailey allowed a tying home run in the top of the inning.

The rooftop at Legal Harborside.

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New wave of restaurants brings change to Fort Point, Seaport, Southie

Many of those beautiful spots near the water, once waiting for commercial tenants, are filling up fast with eateries, lounges, bars, and shops, with more to come.

Gronkowski has back surgery

Rob Gronkowski had surgery to fix a herniated disk and now faces a lengthy rehab and uncertainty over when he can play for the Patriots.


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// Big Data’s big deal

In an age of Big Data, we should stop focusing on who is collecting it and why, and instead make good laws to regulate its use.


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The proposed blockbuster deal that would have sent Doc Rivers (above) and Kevin Garnett to the Clippers is  “dead.”

Clippers-Celtics deal ‘dead,’ Danny Ainge says

The Celtics and Clippers were unable to reach a deal about compensation, but Ainge said the team wants coach Doc Rivers back in Boston.


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Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the dissent in the “pay for delay” drugs case.

Court says deals on generic drugs can be illegal

Deals between pharmaceutical corporations and their generic drug competitors can be illegal and therefore can be challenged in court, the Supreme Court said.