President Obama vows US will prevail over terror

President Obama addressed the nation Sunday night from the Oval Office.

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Obama hoped the prime-time address would help reassure the nation after deadly attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, Calif.

// San Bernardino mourns its dead, calls for unity

People gathered at a church, a mosque, a makeshift street-corner memorial, and other sites, to remember the 14 victims of Thursday?s massacre.

Adrian Walker

// Banish the racist legacy of Tom Yawkey

There shouldn?t be a street and T stop named after the late Red Sox owner in 21st-century Boston.

Volunteer workers passed rafters up to the loft on Sunday.

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Volunteers raise a barn, and spirits, at Concord farm

The barn will be used in operations at Gaining Ground, which grows organic fruits and vegetables and distributes them to local pantries and shelters.

// Justice Department to investigate Chicago police

The move comes after a white police officer was charged with shooting a black teenager to death in 2014.

// BU president tops Mass. peers in college pay survey

Robert Brown was the only private college president in Mass. in 2013 who earned more than $1 million.

Trauma teams reach out to crime-riddled neighborhoods

The teams have been placed in eight community health centers in Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Dorchester, and Mattapan.

Eagles 35, Patriots 28

The Eagles? Chris Maragos (42) blocked Ryan Allen?s second-quarter punt, which was returned for a game-tying touchdown.

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Patriots? special teams play was especially bad

The players deserve plenty of blame for Sunday?s loss ? but so do the coaches.


// Patriots are headed in the wrong direction

The Patriots usually play their best football this time of year, but not the past two games.

Teacher Marcia Ziegler (right) observed calculus students at PSJA Early College High School as they solved equations.

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learning curve

Taking college classes earlier can change course of students? lives

Boston schools are rethinking the high school experience to address persistent socioeconomic and racial achievement gaps.

The cast of the Globe Santa performance benefit ?No Rest for the Wicked Funny? joined Globe Santa Sunday evening just before the start of the 24-hour improvised event at the Improv Asylum in Boston.

Globe Santa

Mom hopes to bring happiness to son, 5, on Christmas

The woman is grateful for the smiles her son brings to her face every morning, despite challenging times.

// Elizabeth Warren focuses on Democrats? effort to retake Senate

Warren has been on the campaign trail for months, using her brand name and fund-raising clout to support candidates.

Boston Symphony Orchestra music director laureate Seiji Ozawa (right) and filmmaker George Lucas spoke on Sunday in Washington.

Seiji Ozawa, George Lucas among Kennedy Center honorees

Ozawa, who led the BSO for 29 years, and Lucas, the ?Star Wars? filmmaker, were two of the five who received Kennedy Center Honors Sunday.

// Transit advocates wary as T considers ways to save cash

Many of the ideas proposed to cut costs at the transit agency would have big implications for riders.


Sperm donation finds online market

Due to rapidly increasing demand from prospective parents, there hasn?t been enough to go around.

Myrna Gomez-Soto participates in a yoga session for women in breast cancer treatment at Stil Studio in Dedham.

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Yoga brings dream of healing to cancer patients

After losing her to breast cancer, DJ Arnold put in motion his wife?s plan to bring free private yoga to others with the disease.


// Scientists plot ways to respond to MERS

Public health experts are gathering to try to ensure that that Ebola tragedy is not repeated in the case of MERS.

// Cop dances into controversy in Providence

Tony Lepore?s reaction to a message written on a cup by a Dunkin Donuts employee set off a chain reaction of events.

// Where have all the home builders gone?

Hundreds of home-building firms have vanished since the last housing boom went bust.

// Cambridge officials eye ?dark web? in school threats

An FBI official said the threats may have been sent using a program that enables online users to operate with anonymity.

// Why didn?t anyone stop Doctor Hardy?

There were inappropriate sexual contact allegations against Dr. Roger Ian Hardy for decades. How did no one notice?

Ground Game

// Could Martin O?Malley get zero delegates in Iowa?

This is a strong possibility for a candidate who has spent more time campaigning in the Hawkeye State than his primary rivals.

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Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at 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

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Globe photos of the month: November 2015

A look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month.