One person dead as leader of Ore. standoff is arrested

A police officer stood by a vehicle as officers blocked Highway 395 in Seneca, Ore., on Tuesday.

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Authorities said shots were fired during the arrest of members of an armed group that has occupied a national wildlife refuge.

Brookline faces lawsuit alleging racial bias

Two police officers have joined six others who say they have been hurt by the town?s ?well-established history? of racism.

Mother relieved that daughter?s murderer died behind bars

James Kater was tried four times in the death of the girl found tied to a tree in Freetown State Forest in 1978.

Social media posts lead to punishment at Boston Latin Academy

A controversy over alleged racism at Boston Latin School spilled over into conflict at another of the city?s elite exam schools.

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Old Timer in Clinton will close, leaving decades of memories

?It?s a disaster for the town ? it really is,?? said one frequent customer of the restaurant and bar.

Officials investigate murder-suicide in Peabody

The bodies of a man and a woman were discovered Tuesday in a Peabody house, according to the Essex DA?s office.

Tire breaks off truck on 128, strikes vehicle, killing driver

A pickup truck lost its left rear wheel, which bounced over a median and struck a vehicle traveling in the opposite direction.

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Maryann and John Quinn paid their respects as the family of Corporal Christopher Orlando returned from Hawaii.

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Hingham residents lined the streets.

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Residents waited in the cold with American flags.

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Paul Adamo stood alongside the road.

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Police officers also attended to show their support.

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The family was escorted home by state and local police.

Hingham welcomes Marine?s family home

The family of Christopher Orlando, a Marine who was declared dead in a helicopter accident in Hawaii, returned home Tuesday.

Donald Trump spoke in Farmington, N.H., on Monday.

Trump throws upcoming Fox News debate into chaos

In his latest gambit, Donald Trump said he won?t participate in Thursday?s event as he continues his feud with Fox.

// Ted Cruz?s father gives him edge among conservative Christians

For more than a year, Rafael Cruz has been preaching fire and brimstone in support of his son?s presidential campaign.

With Ohio?s attorney general, Mike Dewine (second from left) aboard, John Kasich headed for another New Hampshire stop on his campaign bus Tuesday.

In N.H., a quiet campaign before the storm

All attention is on Iowa, but John Kasich is staying focused on New Hampshire.

Representative Stephen Lynch says the city should build a new fixed bridge ? one that does not open when boats pass under it like the old span.

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On Northern Avenue bridge, Lynch says out with the old

Representative Stephen Lynch has secured $9.4 million in federal funding to design a new bridge.

Teacher Charlyn Cuffy worked with students in a measurement match class at the Codman Academy Charter School in Dorchester.

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Codman Academy lessons reach a national audience

The Dorchester school is an inspiration for Priscilla Chan and her husband Mark Zuckerberg, who will open a tuition-free school in California.

// MFA acquires rare work by Frida Kahlo

The museum moved quickly to purchase Frida Kahlo?s double-portrait ?Dos Mujeres.?

Time for Patriots to turn attention to contract issues

Some players are coming into free agency, and others may be in line for reworked deals.

// Staples reportedly laying off hundreds, but stays mum

A spokesman for the Framingham-based firm wouldn?t comment directly on the staff reductions.

The school's longtime unofficial mascot Lord Jeff -- based on Jeffery Amherst, the 18th-century military commander -- has fallen out of favor with some because in 1763 he endorsed giving smallpox-infected blankets to Native Americans.

Amherst College drops Lord Jeff mascot

The decision followed a debate over whether the mascot was offensive and racially insensitive.

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Ground Game

ground game

// Kasich?s ?ignore Iowa? strategy rarely works in N.H.

Remaining in New Hampshire during the week before the Iowa Caucuses is rarely rewarded.

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 Big Picture

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Water crisis in Flint, Mich.

Thousands of residents in Michigan have been exposed to toxic amounts of lead, including about 9,000 children.

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.



// Deal-hunting app GasBuddy moving to Boston

Walt Doyle, a former PayPal manager, is now heading up GasBuddy from an office near Haymarket Square.



// Pope Francis meets Iranian leader to discuss Middle East

The meeting marked the first time ranian President Hassan Rouhani has visited the West since a landmark nuclear agreement with Iran last year.

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Interior designer Holly Joe cooks up the love in her sophisticated yet cozy family house in Westwood.