Harvard unveils updated plans for Allston complex

12science - ***WARNING: LO RES, do not use for more than 1.5 columns *** - A rendering of the central atrium at the proposed six-story complex. (Harvard University)

Harvard University

The university will resume work on a massive building project for its booming science and engineering programs.

The offices of FanDuel, a leading daily fantasy sports operator, in New York.

FanDuel vows to fight N.Y. cease-and-desist

FanDuel?s chief executive said his company would not block New York residents from playing its fantasy sports contests this weekend.

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Ed Nelson served in the Navy in Southeast Asia but found himself sleeping in the woods in Plymouth.

Cristian Hall waited to march with the Charlestown High School Air Force Junior ROTC in the Veterans Day parade in Boston.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

Boston Veterans Day parade honors military service

Veterans and civilians alike braved chilly, wet conditions Wednesday as the parade wound its way through Boston?s streets.

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Many insurers are taking new and unusual steps to combat the growing opioid crisis in the state.

Firefighters battled a five-alarm blaze that destroyed the Armont Inn.

Historic inn destroyed by fire in New Hampshire

The Armont Inn is in an area of Campton, N.H., that is so remote that fire officials had to call in water tankers.

An artist?s conception provided by NASA shows GJ 1132b, foreground, a rocky planet similar to the Earth in size and mass, orbiting a red dwarf star.

Dana Berry/SkyWorks/NASA via AP

Harvard-MIT team announces discovery of new exoplanet

Scientists say they?ve discovered a new planet, just 39 light years away, that offers an exciting research opportunity.

Ratings for Newton eateries improve cleanliness, officials say

Earlier this year, Newton inspectors rated each restaurant?s food safety practices using a points-based system.

Bob Lobel at the Granite Links Golf Course in Quincy, where they allow him to play with his cart.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Bob Lobel claims golf course discriminates against disabled

Now disabled, the former sportscaster said the Woodland Golf Club in Newton won?t let him use adaptive golf carts.

Red paper cups, for hot drinks, are stacked next to plastic cups at a Starbucks coffee shop in the Pike Place Market, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Seattle. It's as red as Santa's suit, a poinsettia blossom or a loud Christmas sweater. Yet Starbucks' minimalist new holiday coffee cup has set off complaints that the chain is making war on Christmas. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Evangelicals urged to flock to Dunkin? for holiday coffee

The media storm over Starbucks? plain red holiday coffee cup may drive some into the pink-and-orange glow of Dunkin? Donuts.


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The Celtics legend candidly weighed in on Deflategate, today?s NBA, the 50 greatest players, and other topics.

Melissa Click (right), an assistant professor in Missouri's communications department, was caught on camera confronting journalists.

UMass-educated Mizzou professor apologizes for confronting journalists

Melissa Click, captured on video during Monday?s protests, has resigned her courtesy position at Missouri?s journalism school.

Michael A. Cohen

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Last night was the fourth of what feels like 4,000 GOP presidential debates.

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The 14,500-square-foot restaurant also will include a marketplace to sell bread, cheese, gelato, and other imported goods.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo spoke with President Obama during an October visit to the US.



How to market a nation

Being a country with little worldwide attention can have ramifications beyond wounded national pride.

12birdly -- A user tries out Birdly, a 3-D exhibit that lets people experience what it's like to be a bird soaring through New York City. (swissnex Boston)

Want to soar? Flight simulator coming to Cambridge

The Birdly virtual reality device uses arm holsters and 3D goggles to give a person the feeling of flight.

Chill 2015

Make this the mother of all winters

Grab your skis, snowboard, fat bike, climbing gear -- and appetite -- and head for the hills.

Peter Abraham | Beat Writer?s Notebook

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/10/03/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/3e19d8cdf4c84fb99555ac7ef9639c41-3e19d8cdf4c84fb99555ac7ef9639c41-0.jpg A few notes and observations from baseball?s GM meetings

Trade talk continues to swirl around Jackie Bradley Jr., the Reds, and others this week in Florida.


//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/11/11/BostonGlobe.com/Arts/Images/davis_dandc3_liv.r-4241--90x90.jpg A new Dead dawns with good company in Worcester

Dead & Company, a new group that finds three Grateful Dead founders working with singer-guitarist John Mayer, played a memorable show in Worcester.

The Big Picture

Matt Rourke/Assoicated Press

Across the U.S., honoring veterans

Patriotic ceremonies and parades were prevalent nationwide on Veterans Day.


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The Boston company co-founded by an MIT professor licenses educational assessment tools.



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The leaked documents revealed waste, greed, and mismanagement at the highest levels of the Catholic Church hierarchy.