Boston police arrest man in Brighton shooting

Community tips helped lead police to Gammada Musa, who was arrested in the death of Desmond Joseph, officials said.

Analysts say DraftKings has a go-for-it attitude normally linked to West Coast tech titans.

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DraftKings has the chutzpah, backing to go big

Powerful support from the sports-media industrial complex means DraftKings has the momentum to keep growing.

Passengers of a flight from the Egyptian resort of Hurghada gather shortly after their arrival at Domodedovo airport outside Moscow, Russia, November 7, 2015. Egypt's military has taken control of operations to put Russian passengers on flights back to Moscow after Russia suspended flights to Egypt, state-run RIA news agency cited Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich as saying on Saturday. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Egyptian official says noise is heard on cockpit recording

A bomb is suspected in the downing of a Russian jetliner in which 224 people were killed.

// Louisiana police arrest 2 officers in boy?s shooting death

The two officers are being booked on charges of second-degree murder in the shooting in the town of Marksville.

// As competition wanes, prices for generics skyrockets

Prescription drugs represent the fastest-growing component of health care costs.

Stepahnie McMahon was found in this Hyde Park apartment murdered by her boyfriend in a domestic violence case.

Missteps in Hyde Park domestic case seen as exception

A former Boston police officer said that to check whether there?s an outstanding restraining order is taught in ?police 101.?

Republican presidential candidates took take the stage during the CNBC Republican presidential debate at the University of Colorado on Oct. 28.

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Why are the GOP hopefuls so quiet on job creation?

One likely reason: The jobs environment is strong by many accounts.

// China, Taiwan presidents meet for 1st time ever, shake hands

It was the first top-level contact between the formerly bitter Cold War foes since they split amid civil war 66 years ago.

Superintendent placed on paid leave by Mashpee school board

The move comes after Brian Hyde allegedly barged into a student?s home to check if she lived there.

Gary Washburn

It?s time for a new Top 50 NBA players of all-time

Not only has Gary Washburn revisted a concept introduced at the league?s golden anniversary, he?s ranked his picks 1-50.

The writer?s home was laden with icicles.

The ice dam cometh. Are you ready?

Globe columnist Shirley Leung fought ice dams last winter and lost. She shares the crash course she took on insulation.

// Is your car winter-ready?

What?s the best way to winterize your car?

Starts & Stops

// Delay on commuter rail: New schedules are pushed back

MBTA officials had said they wanted to provide new commuter rail schedules by the beginning of November.


A frustrating encounter with the state tax bureaucracy

The Mass. Department of Revenue went after one businessman?s son because it couldn?t figure out a simple mistake had been made.

Brendan Greally (left) and Brendan Pedersen with son Jack Pedersen at the City Sports in Dedham on Friday.

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City Sports going-out-of-business sale begins, quietly

A ?Now Hiring? sign in the window of the Dedham store is quickly dated as the 26-store chain liquidates.

// National Grid seeks $9 monthly bill increase

The utility said it needs an additional $143 million a year to offset rising prices for expenses such as wooden poles, transformers, and employee salaries.

// Obama cites global warming in Keystone XL pipeline rejection

The president?s decision enraged Republicans, who hope to reverse the decision if they retake the White House next year.

// Latest WHO report on meat consumption may lack long-term bite

Last week?s report labeled processed meats as carcinogens, but bacon is already making a comeback.

Friday?s high school football scoreboard

Everett beats Peabody, Reading tops Westford, Duxbury defeats North Attleboro, and more.


// War stories from one Mass. family that answered the WWII call

They thought, just how bad could military service be when for the first time in your life you had three meals a day?

The Big Picture

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Bliss Dharma Assembly

Thousands of Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns gathered for the annual event in remote China to mark Buddha?s descent from the heavens.


// Casting a worldwide web for Internet deletions

WordPress, Reddit, Google, Twitter, and Yahoo are among the big Internet companies that regularly forward takedown requests to Lumen?s database.


// Amid leaks scandal, new Vatican book exposes greed and waste

?Merchants in the Temple? paints a picture of a bureaucracy entrenched in a culture of mismanagement, waste, and secrecy.