Thousands say goodbye to Menino

Thousands of people came to Faneuil Hall to pay their respects to Boston?s former mayor.

Mourners braved rain, sleet, and snow to pay their final respects to Thomas Menino.

// Monday?s funeral procession to be a ?last ride home?

The procession will pass by 10 spots in Boston dear to the former mayor?s heart.

// Cardinal O?Malley celebrates Mass in honor of Menino

?He cared deeply for the poor and disenfranchised,? O?Malley said.

Coakley, Baker aim to answer old doubts

Both candidates on Sunday tried to convince voters they have changed and improved since their failed campaigns.

Volunteers worked the phones at a woman to woman phone bank for Martha Coakley in Cambridge last month.

Democrats? turnout effort in high gear

As Martha Coakley slips behind in polls, Democrats are pinning their hopes on a well-oiled get-out-the-vote machine.

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Patriots make Peyton Manning miserable once again

The Broncos quarterback was harassed into countless mistakes Sunday, and fell to 2-11 in games in Foxborough.


Patriots make an emphatic statement against Broncos

Beating the Broncos in such convincing fashion is a victory that truly stamps the Patriots as a legit Super Bowl contender.

Brittany Maynard.

Brittany Maynard, advocate for ?Death with Dignity,? has died

Compassion and Choices, a group that worked with the terminally ill 29-year-old, announced her passing Sunday night.

Mayor Marianne Moore supports the work rules.

In ailing Maine city, strict food stamp rule wins favor

Though Calais residents say the prospects for economic revival are grim, many support the ?work for food stamps? plan.

New England researchers help predict Ebola spread

Scientists are providing a stream of evidence that is beginning to reveal the epidemic?s weak spots.