Will Bernie Sanders finally endose Hillary Clinton?

Today?s rally in Portsmouth, N.H., will be the backdrop for the most anticipated appearance of the Democratic presidential race.

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Officials hope the move would attract younger players to play the lottery.

Harvard Law School professor Charles J. Ogletree spoke during a 2012 news conference at the State House.

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Harvard Law?s Charles Ogletree vows to fight Alzheimer?s

The confidant of President Obama revealed his diagnosis on Monday.

Lawmakers trim hair-cutting rules to allow for house calls

Stylists have been making house calls to cut and style hair before special events ? and breaking the law. Now they?re legal.

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The school?s executive director and headmaster worked for the past year under licensure waivers, but the waivers have expired.

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The money will allow Keolis to add locomotives and coaches, and to operate revised train schedules.

Mass. Senate advances bill to limit noncompete contracts

The Senate bill would be far more restrictive than the House?s.

Dallas shooting

A Dallas police officer stood by the scene of Thursday evening?s shooting.

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Dallas shooter didn?t survive blast. But the robot did.

Micah Johnson was killed by a robot-detonated explosion. The robot, however, is still with us.

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Expressing regret at the Dallas officers? deaths, Dr. Brian Williams also gave voice to the intense racial turmoil roiling the country.

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From dishwasher to business owner

After working in the restaurant industry for 25 years, Greg Burns started a $2.2 million dollar oyster enterprise of his own.

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Can you or can?t you swim in the Charles?

On a balmy July day on the Esplanade, a Globe reporter decided to find out.

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The Charles River Conservancy, building on the success of its yearly swimming events, is suggesting such a facility.


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Reading a full human genome, the blueprint that helps make people who they are, is easier than ever before.

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Blake White, 6, thought he caught a giant tuna on Saturday but had actually hooked into a great white shark.

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A ex-employee at Plymouth?s Blue Blinds Bakery took to the eatery?s Facebook page to post about the owners, a Christian group.

Pokémon Go: What is it?

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In Pokémon Go, players wander the neighborhood, smartphone in hand, looking for marked locations and hidden creatures to capture.

Mary Baker and Travis Bissel chased Pokémon in the Public Garden.

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Are you playing ?Pokémon Go??

?Pokémon Go? ? the recently released, ridiculously popular smartphone game ? has turned the streets of Boston into a fertile Pokémon hunting ground.

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Boston-based Economic Mobility Pathways is relying on research to guide its work with low-income families.

Kevin Cullen

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Mayor Marty Walsh?s backing for a memorial to the fire, which killed 492 people, means a lot.

MLB All-Star Game


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The Red Sox? All-Star shortstop remains hungry, humble, and, in his words, ?boring.?

Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins competed during the Home Run Derby at Petco Park in San Diego.

Giancarlo Stanton beats Todd Frazier in Home Run Derby

Giancarlo Stanton wore out Petco Park with record power, peppering every landmark from the left field corner to center field.

Opinion & Ideas


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When it comes to marijuana legalization, what influences your attitude?

Globe investigations

?When the EMTs arrived, Dave was laying like this.? Gerry Hill said, offering to show where his suicidal son was fatally shot after a tense encounter with police.


When despair meets deadly force

Nearly half of people killed by Massachusetts police over the last 11 years were suicidal, mentally ill, or showed clear signs of crisis.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

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

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In this week?s Auto Notes, columnist Bill Griffith dives into safety cameras, Honda?s birthday, fuel cells and upcoming events like Herb Chambers?s Cars ?n? Coffee.