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IRS agents search headquarters of Boston Cab

IRS agents, accompanied by Boston police and other law enforcement officials, executed a search warrant at the headquarters of Boston Cab.

A cabbie told the Globe officials drew their guns and instructed everyone to put their hands up.

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// Ellsbury scratched from lineup with strained groin

Jacoby Ellsbury hurt himself last night while stealing his fifth base of the game. He will be replaced by Jackie Bradley Jr. in tonight’s series opener.

Widow of man shot by FBI seeks ‘justice’

The wife of Ibragim Todashev described how she has struggled to wrap her head around the narrative pushed by the authorities since he was shot and killed.

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How Boston powered the gay rights movement

In the 1970s, a small, staid city laid the intellectual groundwork for the change to come.

Laelani Berry of Dorcheter enjoyed the fountain at the Christian Science Center with her grandfather Jose Ortiz.

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Globe photos of the week

A girl enjoyed the fountain at the Christian Science Center, Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman and rescuer Carlos Arredondo at Fenway Park, and more of the week’s best images.

Why wasn’t the ‘Boston Strong’ benefit concert televised?

The concert expected to raise $1.5 million, one-quarter of the Oklahoma concert proceeds. The main difference between the two: Boston’s concert was not televised.

photographs: festival by Brian H. MacDonald; douglas by jimmy katz; parlato by david bartolomi; sanchez by devin DEHaven; marsalis by courtney hawkes

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Weekend Fun Guide 2013

Make the most of New England’s short summer by hitting the road for can’t-miss celebrations right through Labor Day.

Ryan Kelly, 4, watching his ice cream melt outside the Dairy Freeze in Quincy on Friday afternoon.

Temperatures soar near all-time highs

Boston reached 93 degrees this afternoon, not far from the record of 96 degrees set back in 1944.


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Manchi Chu, 85, relaxed with a magazine in her renovated unit at the Franklin Square House in the South End.

Affordable apartments get revamp

On Thursday, the state’s largest affordable housing improvement effort was completed, with 841 rental units renovated.