Hernandez faces murder charges in 2012 killings

Two men were shot in Boston’s South End after allegedly encountering Aaron Hernandez in a nightclub.

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The lawyers argued that there is no evidence that Aaron Hernandez orchestrated Odin Lloyd’s murder.

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A judge agreed to a defense request that a language specialist testify before Dias Kadyrbayev in the obstruction of justice case.

Man wielding knife, machete killed by police in Salisbury

A 29-year-old man wielding a knife and a machete was shot and killed this afternoon by police responding to a domestic incident.

Part-time faculty at Northeastern vote to unionize

The part-time faculty members become the third and largest local group of adjuncts to organize.

Milan Lucic had a goal and two assists in the Bruins’ series vs. Montreal.

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A real black eye for the Black and Gold

When it all shook out, the Bruins looked like sore losers while Montreal raced off to the Eastern Conference finals.


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The Sox finished their two-city road trip 3-3 and return to Fenway for a weekend series against Detroit.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/05/14/BostonGlobe.com/Lifestyle/Images/489026853--90x90.jpg Jennifer Aniston’s hair care lab takes root in Cambridge

Aniston checked the progress at the first retail space of Living Proof, the hair care company she co-owns.

Barbara Walters pioneered an interview style that steered away from issues and into human frailties. Her subjects have ranged from Cuba’s Fidel Castro (above) to recent newsmaker V. Stiviano, Donald Sterling’s companion.

Critic’s Notebook

It’s sign-off time for Barbara Walters

As many celebrate her legacy, it’s important to remember that it’s a mixed bag.



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While ending the open Internet is unthinkable to many, bringing regulation could create its own challenges for the tech industry.


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Milan Lucic was accused of being a sore loser going through the postgame handshake line.

Milan Lucic, Dale Weise in spat over handshake

Lucic, who called Weise “a baby,” and his Montreal foe argued over what was said in the postgame handshake line.


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Movie Review

In ‘Godzilla,’ San Francisco is in for a big surprise

This latest bid to Hollywoodize a uniquely Japanese icon is an uneven spectacle that can’t sustain its solid first-half character moments.