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RED SOX 6, TIGERS 4
Sox outslug Tigers
The Sox erupted for 12 hits, including a pair of 2-run homers in the fourth by David Ortiz (left) and Will Middlebrooks.
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GAME 2: HEAT 115, C'S 111 (OT) > HEAT LEAD 2-0
Crushing OT loss for Celtics
(Globe Staff / Barry Chin)
Despite a career game from Rajon Rondo, the Heat took a 2-0 series lead over the Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals in a heartbreaking overtime loss. (Boston Globe)
Warren says she told schools of heritage
Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren acknowledged she told Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania that she was native American, but insisted race played no role in her recruitment. (Globe)
Records: 'Whitey' an informant in '50s
When James "Whitey" Bulger grew from small crimes to bank robbery, he gave up his accomplices, which may be how he first learned to use the FBI to gain leniency. (Boston Globe)
SPECIAL 'Whitey' captured | Bulger exiled
PICTURES Inside Bulger's hideout  |  Bulger arrested
Boston Fed chief expects slow growth
Eric S. Rosengren gave a gloomy forecast for a slow economic recovery through 2012, calling on lawmakers to do more to lower the US jobless rate. (Boston Globe)
Guitar picking master
Doc Watson dies at 89
Blind from the age of 1, Doc Watson became one of America's greatest folk musicians igniting the imaginations of countless guitar players. (AP)
Sound Effects: R.I.P. Doc Watson  |  More notable deaths
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Wellesley drops church sale restrictions
The town came to an agreement with the Archdiocese of Boston to nix controversial land use restrictions on a Catholic church property. (Boston Globe)
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OPINION | SCOT LEHIGH
An ode to stick shifts
Saying goodbye to standard transmission — and a uniquely enjoyable way of driving.
Yale graduate recalled for wit, vitality
Marina Keegan, 22, died in a car accident this weekend on Cape Cod.
MUSIC REVIEW
Steve Martin brings comedy, bluegrass
In the first of three nights at Symphony Hall, Steve Martin joined the Steep Canyon Rangers, his regular backing band these days, and the Boston Pops.
Mass., MIT launching big data initiatives
The initiatives could help make the state a global center for the emerging field of “big data” — the ability to quickly dissect and understand floods of digital info.
OPINION | DAN SHAUGHNESSY
Doc Rivers among top Celtics coaches
Rivers only has one championship in his pocket, and he is not going to win another one this year, but the 2011-12 season goes down as his masterpiece.
30 years after massacre,
family together again
Thanks to DNA testing, a Framingham man whose family was slaughtered at the height of the civil war in Guatemala was reunited with his biological father.
OPINION | BRIAN MCGRORY
A miserable start to Senate race
The authenticity of the candidates is an important part of the contest, which is why the controversy around Elizabeth Warren’s ancestry matters.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
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At-home body weight exercises
Want to get a bikini-ready body without worrying about being judged at the gym? We've got a simple routine that will make you sweat.
Kids and bug spray: What you need to know | Countdown to ACA decision on | The science behind sin
Extreme workouts becoming popular | BE WELL, BOSTON | VIDEO The benefits of breast feeding
NUTRITION & YOU Produce on the cheap: Locally grown food (Part 1) | CHILD IN MIND The poop wars
NEWS
Charles Taylor sentenced to
50 years for war crimes
In a landmark ruling, the former Liberian president was sentenced Wednesday for arming and supporting murderous rebels in Sierra Leone in return for "blood diamonds."
NATION Police: Seattle cafe gunman may have shot self | ACLU lawsuit challenges Ill. gay marriage ban
NATION Oregon county releases inmates amid budget cuts | Cargo flight clips passenger plane at O'Hare
WORLD World powers worry Syria is sliding to civil war | American kidnapped in Benin, US Embassy says
POLITICS
Poll: Republican women lead surge in Romney's favorability rating
After enduring months of polling-based reports about his "likeability problem," Mitt Romney now enjoys his highest favorability rating since January, a poll found.
Apology offered after Obama's reference to 'Polish death camps' | Romney misspells 'America' on app
Obama congratulates Romney on GOP nod  |  Spending by independent conservative groups could hit $1b
MORE COVERAGE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES Obama | Paul | Romney | Republican delegate tracker
BUSINESS
10 tips for saving on health care
Health care premiums are a large expense for most families, and they’re growing each year. There are still ways to save money on health care without compromising health.
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Closing bank account will cost you, group finds  |  Lessons from a highly successful Mass. high school
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Boston's best breakfast spots
Check out some of the best places to eat breakfast in the Boston area -- with mouth-watering appearances from the likes of red velvet pancakes and pastrami Benedict.
Roast chicken goes from homey to hip | CHAT TOMORROW Il Divo member David Miller
Guitar picking master Doc Watson dies in NC at 89 | Bono to present Amnesty award to Suu Kyi in Dublin
Tom Brady's Funny or Die skit | PICTURES Child stars: Then and now | Outdoor summer concerts
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Prince William finally talks babies
The Duke of Cambridge told Katie Couric during an ABC special that he and his wife, Catherine, were "looking forward to having a family in the future."
The 10 best dressed stars at Cannes  |  MIT, RISD students create a stroller for the city
Tips, changes to make you feel better inside and out | When should you buy organic?
LOVE LETTERS Dating a silent artist type  |  Her ex still reaches out  |  Will he ever commit?
TRAVEL
New attractions in Orlando
Giants refusing to be overshadowed, SeaWorld, Universal, and Disney vie for visitors with new rides, films, parades, shows, resorts, and activities.
GLOBE-TROTTING TSA seeks tech device to cut patdowns  |  Touring historic Providence
PICTURES Dr. Beach's top 10 U.S. beaches for 2012  |  New England amusement parks
PACK UP Eau de airport? New perfume promotes 'Scents of Departure'
COMMUNITY
Your child's first haircut
Share photos of your child's first haircut! This is Parker from Plymouth, who received his first cut just after his first birthday.
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Earlier this month in Greece, the Olympic flame began its ceremonial journey to the site of the Summer Games in London.
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