FBI review dominating run-up to Election Day

The candidates spun dueling narratives Sunday about the agency?s late-October e-mail thunderbolt.

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Officials want to review e-mails of Huma Abedin, which were found on a device seized during an unrelated investigation of Anthony Weiner.

Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid.

Reid says FBI director ?may have broken the law?

Harry Reid said James Comey might have violated the Hatch Act, which prohibits partisan politicking by government employees.

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Nearly 150 years after African-Americans gained the right to vote, voting controversies persist.

Richard Balest?s first vote for president was cast for Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He?s been voting Democratic ever since.

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Bringing a century of perspective to voting

Richard Balest cast his 20th ballot for president ? and his first for a female nominee.

3 pedestrians struck at Salem celebration; driver was allegedly drunk

Three pedestrians were seriously injured by a car Sunday night in the midst of Salem?s Halloween celebration.

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Spending on Mass. ballot-question campaigns will eclipse the record-breaking $30.2 million spent in 2014.

Hope Coleman grieved for her 31-year-old son, Terrence Coleman, who was fatally shot by Boston police early Sunday.

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Family disputes police account of the killing of mentally ill South End man

Police said the man was attacking EMT workers early Sunday on Shawmut Avenue, but the victim?s mother disputes that account.

Millbury officer?s wife allegedly falsely claimed home vandalized with ?BLM? initials

The woman admitted to fabricating the report to detectives, and also admitted to spray painting ?BLM? on her home, police said.

Patriots 41, Bills 25

Orchard Park, NY - 10/30/2016 - (1st quarter) New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola (80) celebrates with New England Patriots fullback James Develin (46) after Amendola's 9 yard touchdown reception during the first quarter. The Buffalo Bills host the New England Patriots at New Era Field in Orchard Park, NY. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Ben Volin, Topic: 31Patriots-Bills, LOID: 8.3.470379750.

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Gary Washburn

Patriots don?t stop to crow about their methodical victory

Though it was hardly their best effort, the Patriots were efficient enough to take any suspense out of this game by halftime.

Ben Volin | On football

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Gronkowski set the franchise record with his 69th touchdown.

Patriots 41, Bills 25

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Brady threw four TD passes and the Patriots avenged a Week 4 shutout loss.

Work started the demolition of the Weston toll booths on the Mass. Pike on Saturday.

Be forewarned: Traffic delays on the Mass. Turnpike start this week

Expect delays along the Massachusetts Turnpike through Nov. 22 as the state gets rid of all toll plazas.

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One of the widest enrollment disparities exists in Boston, a Globe review has found.

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The new form will replace a wide variety of individual applications the schools used that families often would spend hours completing.

The tragedy that Boston forgot

One hundred years ago, Boston witnessed a horrific trolley accident that killed 46 people. Although it was dubbed the ?worst tragedy in the history of the city? at the time, it has now been all but forgotten.

Adrian Walker

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A property tax increase to raise money for housing, open space, and historic preservation is a hike worth supporting in Boston.

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Entrepreneurial Finance Lab looks at traits such as honesty, optimism, memory, and conscientiousness.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

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The United States is getting the choice between war and peace profoundly wrong, squandering vast sums of money and undermining national security.

Globe investigations

The desperate and the dead

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/08/29/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/spotlight9090-11856.jpg The broken covenant

Behind the fragmented state of mental health care lies a political system failure that spans decades ? and continues.

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