Skeletal remains of woman found in Dedham woods

The type of sweatshirt the victim was wearing, along with several pieces of jewelry recovered by authorities. Anyone who believes they might have information about her identity is urged to contact the Dedham Police Department.

Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey?s office

Officials hope displaying the clothing and jewelry found with the body will help authorities identify the woman.

// After 20 years on the run, alleged Quincy con man caught in Florida

Former real estate broker Scott Wolas is accused of scamming at least 19 Massachusetts residents.

// Senate confirms Gorsuch after invoking ?nuclear option?

After the GOP?s use of the ?nuclear option,? Trump?s pick for the Supreme Court, judge Neil Gorsuch, was confirmed today.


// Gorsuch confirmation a much-needed win for Trump

President Trump finally got his first legislative win. And all it took was blowing a hole in a 200-year-old Senate tradition.


Opinion | Matt Gallagher

// How does our war in Syria end?

This is the world?s greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. We have shirked from the moment.

// ?Stay out of Syria!? Trump was no fan of intervention in 2013

Some in Congress are calling for the president to get approval for further action against Syria. The Trump of 2013 would agree.

// Pentagon looking into whether Russia had role in Syrian chemical attack

A drone belonging to either Russia or Syria was seen hovering over the site of the chemical attack after the assault.

// London attack victim pulled from Thames dies of injuries

A Romanian architect became the fifth victim to die as a result of the London attack.


// From one drummer to another, a celebration of Buddy Rich

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, featuring Ali Jackson, pays tribute to the late, great virtuoso and showman Sunday at Symphony Hall.

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A Morgan Library & Museum exhibition looks at the life and work of the iconic poet.


// To the end, the show was the thing with ?Girls?

The series? wit and wisdom is why we?ve watched.


Boston Red Sox's Pablo Sandoval follows through on his three-run home run during the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Detroit Tigers, Friday, April 7, 2017, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)


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Red Sox bullpen surrenders lead to drop opener in Detroit

The Red Sox bullpen could not protect a 5-4 lead in the bottom of the eighth inning.

// Second wave of flu hits Massachusetts

Even local athletes haven?t been able to steer clear of the pesky virus.

A view of the scene after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is

Truck hits store in apparent terror attack in Stockholm

Police have arrested a person of interest in the attack that killed 4 in central Stockholm on Friday.

// Millennials chasing the American dream: owning a home

They?re waiting longer, compromising more, and choosing the suburbs over the city when they purchase a first home.


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The road to Panera?s $7.5 billion sale began at a Cookie Jar in Boston

The 2,000-store chain?s origins can be traced to a downtown cafe that opened in 1980.

// City and country folk: we?re mostly the same in Massachusetts

By the numbers, the state?s urban and rural communities have more in common than you might think.

Talking Points

// Alleged Quincy con man captured, Panera CEO talks, more business news

A roundup of the most important business news for Friday.


// Dorchester man facing human trafficking charges

Jose Martinez, 25, allegedly physically abused the woman and told her that he would not release her unless she made money.

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, top right, looks toward defense attorney Ronald Sullivan, front, during his double murder trial at Suffolk Superior Court, Thursday, April 6, 2017, in Boston. Hernandez is on trial for the July 2012 killings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado who he encountered in a Boston nightclub. The former NFL player is already serving a life sentence in the 2013 killing of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, Pool)

Here are all the charges the jury is weighing against Aaron Hernandez

Jurors can vote to acquit the former New England Patriot or choose to send him to prison for life without parole.

The fire started in the basement and worked its way through the home.

Taunton fire destroys home, displaces 14 residents

Fourteen people are homeless and two injured after a fire tore through a home in Taunton.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Richard North Patterson

// Searching for a Syrian strategy, and America?s moral compass

An airstrike is a tactic, not a strategy.

Special reports

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn?t immune. But something was happening here. Boston had long treated its ball club as an afterthought, but then on Opening Day 1967: the first glimmer of an implausible dream.

Trump Today

// Trump Today: Attack on Syria and a Supreme Court confirmation

The Senate is poised to confirm the president?s Supreme Court pick Judge Neil Gorsuch today.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


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Honda recalls Accords in the US to check replaced air bags

The latest recall is unusual in that Honda is trying to find 2,500 inflators that were replaced during repairs, but it doesn't know where the 2,500 inflators went, so it's recalling all of the possibly affected vehicles so they can be checked.