Patriots 20, Bills 13

Injury-riddled Patriots somehow get to 10-0

It was a grind on Monday night against the Bills, but the Patriots did just enough to remain unbeaten.


// Once again, Rex Ryan on the wrong end in rivalry

The Bills coach (formerly of the Jets) has now lost nine of his last 10 games against the Patriots.


// Patriots? offense trying to keep up with injuries

As the playmakers fall by the wayside, the team?s effectiveness with the ball has dropped.

// MBTA bans all ads on political and social issues

The control board that oversees the transit agency unanimously voted to enact the ban, effective Dec. 1.


// A hurling match brings memories back to life

Pat Hoarty, 91, took to the Fenway pitch in 1954, the last time Ireland?s national sport was played there before Sunday.


// An ill Sal DiMasi deserves better treatment

If newly freed drug dealers are no threat to society, neither is the former speaker of the State House, who is suffering from cancer.

Greg Mahle with rescue dog Champ at a drop-off stop in Putnam, Conn.

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From South to North, rescue operation brings thousands of dogs to new homes

Rescue Road Trips delivers abandoned, unwanted, stray, or abused dogs from the Deep South to their new homes in the Northeast.


// Hasbro unveils robotic cat to keep grandma company

The $99 robotic cat is programmed to roll over and purr when it?s petted and stroked.

// Donald Trump?s primary ballot status is challenged in N.H.

Fergus Cullen, former chairman of the state?s Republican Party, suggested Trump is not a Republican.

// What?s the worst day for traffic before Thanksgiving?

Itching to drive out of town for Turkey Day? You may want to pump the brakes.

// Study finds worst bottlenecks in Mass. ? right where you thought they?d be

Massachusetts is home to three of the worst highway bottlenecks in the country, according a report released Monday.

Voters split on refugee stance, Suffolk poll says

Syrian refugees prayed last week at the Islamic Society of Greater Worcester in Worcester. Voters are deeply split over Governor Charlie Baker?s resistance to accepting Syrian refugees here, according to a Suffolk University poll.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

A majority of those questioned said Mass. should accept Syrians who have been vetted by the government.

// Syrian refugees in US are thoroughly vetted, John Kerry says

Kerry wrote to all governors after more than two dozen said they would not accept Syrians in their state at present.

Turkey shoots down Russian fighter jet

The plane, on a bombing mission in Syria, was repeatedly warned not to violate Turkish airspace, officials said.

Federal prosecutors are investigating whether Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria strong-armed a developer to use union workers while converting the old Charleston Chew factory into a luxury apartment complex, according to people familiar with or briefed on the probe.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff/File 2014

Everett mayor is focus of federal inquiry

Prosecutors are investigating whether Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria strong-armed a developer to use union workers.

Harvard social club closed until Jan. 1 after raucous party

The Nov. 13 party, attended by the Fox Club?s first class of women initiates, included nudity and alcohol, said an alumni member who attended.

// Evaluation ordered for Hamilton kidnapping suspect

Abigail Hanna, 21, of Topsfield ?is experiencing multiple psychotic symptoms,? a clinician said Monday in court.

S&P revises outlook on Mass. debt to ?negative?

The bond rating agency cited concerns about state spending and the use of rainy day funds.

Kalsie King, a student at John D. O?Bryant School of Mathematics & Science,
 collected more than 1,200 pieces of clothing. King?s mother was homeless for one year when she was an O?Bryant student.

Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

Student puts homeless classmates before herself

Kalsie King of Roxbury?s John O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science hasn?t bought clothes in years ? but has run a successful clothing drive.

// Dorchester man pleads not guilty in ?cat-fishing? robberies

Rakeem Austin had a sentence for cocaine distribution set aside in the fallout from the Annie Dookhan case.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// For Bernie Sanders, it?s New Hampshire or bust

Should Clinton ever take a double-digit lead in the Granite State, there will be nothing for anyone to talk about in terms of the Democratic contest.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at the high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ?Spotlight?

?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

Denis Balibous/Reuters

Earthprints: How humans impact the landscape

From sprawling urban growth to the construction of new islands, each site depicted has profoundly changed in the last 30 years.