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I read an interview the other day with Tom Coughlin in which he claimed that the team committing the fewest turnovers wins 86 percent...
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By Christine Legere Holbrook voters can expect some form of override for operational budgets on this year’s Apr. 1 annual election ballot, and the amount...
The Rhode Island television news outlet whose cameraman was filming inside The Station nightclub when a fire killed 100 people has reached a tentative $30 million settlement with families and survivors, the biggest civil settlement stemming from the 2003 tragedy so far, according to two sources familiar with the case. (By Andrea Estes, Boston Globe)
Bombs strapped to two mentally disabled women tore through two popular pet markets here yesterday, killing at least 91 people in the worst violence to hit Baghdad since a US troop buildup reached its peak in July. (By Tina Susman and Raheem Salman, Boston Globe)
As Mitt Romney prepared this week to enter the Super Tuesday contests, he declared confidently that "in a two-person race, I like my chances." (By Michael Kranish, Boston Globe)
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A funny thing about subway stations in Boston: When it rains outside, it pours inside. As a winter deluge soaked the city yesterday, water stains the color of coffee spread across the ceiling at Kendall Station and oozed down the walls. (By Tania deLuzuriaga, Boston Globe)
Microsoft Corp. made a well-timed move to check Internet search goliath Google Inc. in the multibillion-dollar online advertising market yesterday, offering an unsolicited $44.6 billion bid to buy Yahoo Inc. and forge one of the biggest technology alliances in history. (By Robert Weisman, Boston Globe)