Former FBI supervisor takes stand in Bulger trial

In court today, “Whitey” Bulger cursed at disgraced former FBI official John Morris, who is testifying in the trial.

Lucy Truman (left) and Kelli Ryan met recently with their lawyer, Tom Plummer, to discuss an immigration application for Truman, whose visa expires on Sunday.

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Gay marriage decision to keep binational families together

Gay and lesbian US citizens and green-card holders for the first time can apply to sponsor their foreign spouses for legal residency.

// Bruins became champions of shaken city

The Bruins’ ride to the Stanley Cup Final helped foster healing after the Marathon bombing.

Aaron Hernandez to seek bail this afternoon

Hernandez’s attorneys were expected at an afternoon bail hearing seeking to gain his freedom as he fights a murder charge.

Aaron Hernandez (center)  in Attleboro District Court with his attorney, Mike Fee. (Mike George/Sun Chronicle)

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Dan Shaughnessy

Hernandez news is the worst story ever

The Aaron Hernandez situation is the worst story of all the real-world issues that have ever crossed into the Boston sports world.

Aaron Hernandez, hours after the Patriots cut him, was brought into Attleboro District Court to face a murder charge on Wednesday.

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Patriots quickly ran out of patience with Aaron Hernandez

A team source said top members of the organization quietly decided last week they would part ways with Hernandez if he was arrested.

Onlookers at a  Dunkin Donuts watched Aaron Hernandez’s court appearance on TV.

Aaron Hernandez’s tale resounds around NFL

While current Patriots had nothing to say about Hernandez, some ex-players said his story is a reminder of how the many challenges NFL players face.


News microphones waited to capture reactions from Supreme Court rulings.


Progress, regress

The Supreme Court granted rights and took them away this week in its decisions on gay marriage and voting equality.


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Doc Rivers was introduced as the head coach and vice president of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)

Doc Rivers says he ‘never pushed this deal’

Newly minted in Los Angeles, the ex-Celtics coach said he was happy in Boston but also wondered whether his time here had run its course.


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Imperial Tsesarevich Easter Egg, 1912.

Largest public collection of Fabergé arrives in Peabody

The basis of the “Fabergé Revealed” show at the Peabody Essex Museum is not a collection borrowed from Russia, but from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.


Rachel Reider brought Vineyard Vines designs and other elements into the Captain Fairfield Inn (pictured) and 76 Main.

Modern lodging gets a preppy twist

Boston-based interior designer Rachel Reider gave Lark Hotels suites inspired by Vineyard Vines.