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One Fund payments will include those treated as outpatients

The addition of those treated as outpatients is a change from the proposed distribution formula unveiled last week by the fund’s administrator.


A month after bombings, too soon for normalcy?

Some at the Copley Square memorial say it's too soon for Boston to feel normal.

// One month later, victims’ supporters walk Marathon

Family and friends of J.P. and Paul Norden, who each lost a leg in the blasts, gathered to walk the 26.2-mile route.

Inexperienced defenseman Matt Bartkowski (right) could be seeing significant time against the Rangers. (Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

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Bruins defense banged up heading into second round

Dennis Seidenberg and Andrew Ference both missed practice on Wednesday; Wade Redden skated only briefly.

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White House releases trove of Benghazi documents

The e-mails and notes describe how the Obama administration developed talking points after the attack in Benghazi, Libya.

Attorney General Eric Holde testified on Capitol Hil on Wednesday.

Holder defends seizure of AP records

Lawmakers told Attorney General Eric Holder that they had serious concerns about the Justice Department’s gathering of AP phone records.

Potential civil rights violations at IRS

It will take time to determine if criminal charges can be pursued against IRS employees or officials, Attorney General Eric Holder said.

US Representative John Tierney in his Capitol Hill office in February.

Tierney to introduce gun safety bill

The bill would require handgun manufacturers to personalize their weapons to make them impossible to fire if they fall into the wrong hands.


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David Ortiz blasted a three-run homer off Tampa Bay lefthander Matt Moore in the first inning.

David Ortiz reveals left oblique ailment

Ortiz said he’s been dealing with the injury for several weeks, and laughed at the suggestion his recent slump was caused by a Globe column.


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Labor of love upgrades South Boston home

Sydni Pecevich has faced many challenges in her young life. Her South Boston home was yet another challenge before a volunteer group built a wheelchair ramp for her.

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