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Hunt for bomber locks down Boston area

On Friday, with one suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings dead, his brother was on the run and being pursued by hundreds of law enforcement officials in a manhunt that shut down Boston and several neighboring towns.


Today in labor history: Prince Hall, revolutionary abolitionist, dies

Prince Hall, revolutionary, abolitionist and Masonic leader, died in Boston on Dec. 4, 1807.


Do Celtics have what it takes against defending champs the Lakers?

In what's being dubbed as one of the most anticipated and emotional match-ups in recent history the 2010 NBA finals got underway June 3 and basketball fans nationwide are hoping for an exciting series.

2004 Boston Tea Party call: We're united, we'll win!

BOSTON – Delegates to the Democratic National Convention and thousands more at satellite events filled this city with a resounding call: Save our country. Defeat George W. Bush in the Nov. 2 election! Click here for Spanish text