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NSA leaker lands in Moscow after fleeing Hong Kong

Edward Snowden, who is wanted by the US for revealing classified surveillance programs, could be on his way to Venezuela, according to reports.

Militants kill 10 at mountain base camp in Pakistan

Islamic militants shot to death nine foreign tourists and one Pakistani as they were visiting one of the world’s highest mountains, officials said.

Broken City

Turning the political map into a partisan weapon

The Republican Party’s national effort to control redistricting has cemented its grip on the House but also intensified gridlock.

The Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts in Japan.

MFA branch in Japan needs new vision

The Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts has been plagued by financial problems and, increasingly, a missing sense of conviction about its purpose.

// Hernandez home subject of intense police search

As many as 20 law enforcement officers, police dogs, and a locksmith descended on the home of Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.

Patrice Bergeron left in the second period and was taken to a hospital.

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Christopher L. Gasper

Patrice Bergeron is irreplaceable for Bruins

The fact that the Bruins’ bellwether center was unable or not allowed to return to action in a critical Game 5 is foreboding.


// Paul Feig loves Boston in ‘The Heat’

“The Heat,” the new Boston crime comedy by “Freaks and Geeks” creator and “Bridesmaids” director Paul Feig, is a few love letters at once.

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// The bee keepers

How a Harvard scientist, a sixth-generation bee whisperer, and a retired entrepreneur joined forces to rescue an embattled insect and save the American food supply.

Sunday Baseball Notes

// Yadier Molina is a player to build around

The Cardinals catcher may now be the best all-around player in Major League Baseball.



// Not talking of Newtown is cowardice

Gabriel Gomez has it backwards if he thinks the national debate about gun control should ignore the event that sparked it.


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Allen Webster warmed up before the game.

Tigers rough up Allen Webster, Red Sox

The rookie pitcher gave up four runs in the first inning to the Tigers in a game the Red Sox would go on to lose, 10-3.