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‘WHITEY’ BULGER TRIAL
Alleged victim describes ducking hail of bullets
In emotional testimony, Diane Sussman de Tennen described surviving a barrage of gunfire from a reputed cohort of “Whitey” Bulger. 
Cullen: Shaming the shameless
Day-by-day look at the trial
Full Bulger coverage
No arrests in killing linked to Aaron Hernandez
The homicide of Odin Lloyd has led authorities to search the North Attleborough home of Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
State adds jobs, but unemployment rate rises
Employers added jobs for the first time in four months, while the unemployment rate rose to 6.6 percent as more people looked for work. 
Stocks slide after Fed announcement
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FROM THE ARCHIVES | PHOTO GALLERY
Frog Pond in the summer
Located in the Boston Common, America’s oldest park, Frog Pond officially became a swimming hole in 1898. 
More From the Archives
Celtics’ proposed trade awaits Clippers’ OK
The deal that would result in Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett going to LA needs approval from Clippers owner Donald Sterling and the NBA. 
TECH LAB
BlackBerry’s new phone is perfect — for three years ago
BB 10 software makes BlackBerry a worthy rival to Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android, and Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Phone software. 
EDITORIAL | SENATE ENDORSEMENT
Markey’s record elevates him over newcomer Gomez
Far from being a detriment, Edward Markey’s experience fills a need for a state that has lost Edward Kennedy and John Kerry.
DAN SHAUGHNESSY
Bruins fans celebrated too soon
We were getting greedy. It wasn’t a matter of if the Bruins would win the Stanley Cup, but when. So many premature thoughts. 
Photos: Ugly night for Bruins
Blackhawks stun Bruins, 6-5, in overtime
Opinion
JOAN VENNOCHI
Boston’s gang wars, 2013
Whitey Bulger’s trial is full of mesmerizing stories of lurid gangland slayings that occurred decades ago. But the gang violence that’s happening now in Boston elicits mostly shrugs. 
Globe exclusives
Stanley Cup Final
ON HOCKEY
Bruins’ defense took the night off
Game 4 was among the wackiest, most entertaining evenings in recent Stanley Cup history. But defensive play, long the Boston strong suit, was sloppy.
Bruins just ‘weren’t sharp enough’
Tyler Seguin’s error put Bruins in a hole
Brent Seabrook the hero for Blackhawks
Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane help boost Blackhawks
Bruins defensemen finally find net
Sports
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Bob Hewitt faces rape charges in South Africa
The disgraced tennis star has been called to court to answer charges that he abused women he was coaching decades ago.
Red Sox can’t catch up to Rays
Time to credit Ben Cherington
Wes Welker does not regret move to Denver
Justin Rose’s major plan is working
NHRA making debut at New England Dragway
Metro
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The sea versus Gay Head Lighthouse
Eroding coastal cliffs mean that if the Gay Head Lighthouse is not moved within 18 to 24 months, it will tumble into the sea.
Smoky brakes lead to Green Line delays
Callahan Tunnel to close for three months
Boston schools approve condom distribution
Arrest made in fatal hit and run
Attorney Trestan to lead N.E. ADL
Columnists
Nation & World
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More than 100 dead in India flood, landslide
Rescuers tried to reach nearly 4,000 people trapped by landslides in a narrow valley near a Hindu shrine in the northern Himalayas.
Militants attack UN compound in Somalia
HPV infection rate dips, study finds
FBI comes up empty in Hoffa search
Group seeks to reopen inquiry into ’96 TWA crash
Hezbollah fighters join Assad’s forces near shrine
Politics
POLITICAL NOTEBOOK
Obama’s clean air plan to focus on coal plants
The plan would boost energy efficiency of appliances and buildings, expand renewable energy, and regulate pollution from coal-fired power plants.
IRS criticized for plan to pay $70m in bonuses
Merkel questions Obama on surveillance
CBO gives boost to immigration bill
In partisan vote, House OK’s measure to restrict abortions
Gabriel Gomez is on the run for votes
Business
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Head of Boston SEC leaves for brokerage network
David Bergers joins a long line of watchdog officials to work for the industry they once regulated.
Proposed Copley tower plan includes 224 more homes
Panel to assess hospital merger
Cambridge biotech raises $101m in IPO
Fenway Center project clears last hurdle
State seeks to build water tech cluster
Arts
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GALLERIES
Death and sex at Miller Yezerski Gallery
The conversation between sculpture and painting abides in Jim Tellin’s work at the gallery.
Kanye West takes sharp turn with ‘Yeezus’
‘We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves’ by Karen Joy Fowler
Critic’s corner: What’s on TV Wednesday
Joy Formidable, halted by bombings, happy to be back
Kelly Rowland, ‘Talk A Good Game’
Movies
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MOVIE REVIEW
Pixar gives ‘Monsters University’ the old college try
“Monsters University” is better than “Cars 2” but not by enough, offering unsettling evidence that Pixar’s Golden Age may be in the past.
Breathing life into ‘World War Z’
Pixar gives ‘Monsters University’ the old college try
Mastering sign language in ‘Sign Painters’
Denzel Washington is filming in Haverhill
In ‘Iran Job,’ a hoop star in a foreign land
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The trial of Whitey Bulger
Full Globe coverage of the gangster’s ongoing trial, life on the run, and notorious legacy in Boston. 
Ideas
“The stalemate over independence here in Western Sahara, Africa’s last remaining colony, raises the uncomfortable question of whether a peaceful breakup of nations is really possible — even when the process, officially speaking, enjoys the full support of the UN.”
Jenn Abelson 
Boston’s population boom speeds up
The laws of cyberwar
What a little chaos does for music
Does homeownership make unemployment worse?
The password that even you don’t know
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