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Our first Throwback Thursday Top 10 features the man, the myth, the legend, the greatest, No. 4, Bobby Orr on his 66th birthday.
A Florida prosecutor will release his final report Tuesday on the FBI's fatal shooting of a man linked to the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Live Nation and the Red Sox have announced that country-bluesy group Zac Brown Band will play Fenway Park on Saturday, June 28.
Rev. Fred Phelps Sr. prepares to protest outside the Kansas Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. Phelps, the founder of the Kansas church known for anti-gay protests and pickets at military funerals, died Thursday, March 20, 2014.
The man convicted of operating one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Wall Street history gave an interesting interview to Politco.
New US sanctions against Russia include President Vladimir Putin's longtime associate and chief of staff, his close friends, some of the richest men in the country and the head of Russian Railways.
Worcester Tech High's graduation will be the only high school graduation the president will speak at this year, The Worcester Telegram reported.
President Obama has signed an executive order allowing the US to impose sanctions on key sectors of Russian economy.
Just months after completing their massive expanse of a Los Angeles home, are Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen aplanning to sell the 14,300 square-foot structure?
A Suffolk Superior Court jury awarded a Boston woman $563,052 in damages after concluding that she was defamed by a 2009 Boston Herald story that falsely said she had been “written up” by prison officials for having sex with a convicted murderer. Joanna Marinova sued the newspaper and reporter Jessica Van Sack for the story, which the Herald published on May 28, 2009. After deliberating for about 15 hours, jurors concluded that three parts of the story were false and that two of them defamed Marinova, according to her attorney and the verdict slip. Marinova's Boston attorney, David H. Rich, said the verdict exonerated his client, who works for nonprofits and is an activist for better conditions for state prison inmates.
When the Boston Calling music festival revealed its spring 2014 lineup earlier this year, one name was noticeably cryptic: a mystery guest slated for stage time on May 24.
A couple present at yesterday's General Audience shared this 'papal selfie' with ZENIT. pic.twitter.com/stNrrScTZp
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) — Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman broke bones above his left eye and nose when he was hit by a line drive Wednesday night, the latest frightening injury to a pitcher struck in the head by a batted ball.