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Passenger on derailed train describes collision

Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy said at least five people had critical injuries following the collision.

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“Right as the conductor was taking my ticket, the train went right off the tracks,” a passenger said of the incident in Conn.

Davis says police, city to review bombing response

Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis spoke to reporters after he delivered the commencement address at UMass Lowell.

Law proposed to recoup public benefits from terrorists

If passed, the measure would allow Massachusetts to recover public benefits from anyone later convicted of weapons of mass destruction.

Up to 60 injured after crash at Va. parade

An emergency official said no fatalities have been reported after a car drove into a group of hikers at a parade today.

New: Expanded Sunday arts

A sampling of the Globe's enhanced arts & culture coverage.


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Book tour: Hot summer literary destinations in N.E.

A reading tour of popular summer destinations in New England and the writers and books associated with those places.

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Editor’s note: New expanded culture coverage

Sunday the Globe will introduce a broadened Sunday Arts with new columns and weekly roundups, accompanied by a look at what’s new in style, food, and drink.

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‘Arrested Development’ on Netflix: Bullied into bingeing

As the cult favorite returns with a season-sized “episode dump,” Globe critic Matthew Gilbert asks, does giving viewers too much leave them with nothing to talk about?

May 10, 1995

History Repeating

Keith Lockhart, still going strong with the Boston Pops

Almost 20 years later, Lockhart is still in charge of the Pops and not much has changed.