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Appraiser says Gomez didn’t pay for home valuation

An appraiser says in a small claims suit that he was hired by US Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez in 2005 to value his home, but Gomez did not pay the bill.

Top IRS official resigns after targeting of groups

The acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service submitted his resignation after an investigation found the agency improperly targeted conservative groups, President Obama said.

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.

Five Massport employees are indicted over alleged taxi bribes

The employees at Logan International Airport allegedly accepted bribes from cab drivers in exchange for better spaces in line.

Jarrod Saltalamacchia congratulated Stephen Drew after his third-inning grand slam.

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Red Sox slam their way past Rays

Stephen Drew hit a grand slam to cap an eight-run third inning and Jon Lester gave up two runs through seven innings as the Red Sox won in St. Petersburg.

The uncle and sisters of Marathon bombing victims Paul and JP Norden walked the Boston Marathon route, starting at Hopkinton. In center, in a Boston Strong T-Shirt, is uncle Peter Brown. On either side of him is the sisters, Colleen, left, and Caitlin, right.

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.

An artist concept provided by the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics shows the newly discovered planets Kepler-62e and -f. The Kepler space telescope has a malfunction that may endanger further discoveries.

Space telescope failure may endanger planet-hunting mission

A malfunction on the Kepler Space Telescope, used by Harvard astonomers to find planets, may endanger its capabilities.

Installations of men’s jackets at RISD’s exhibit.

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Men’s fashion gets respect at RISD’s dandy show

The Rhode Island School of Design exhibition “Artist/Rebel/Dandy: Men of Fashion” looks at men who’ve raised fashion to an art form.


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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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