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For athletes, personal touch is part of the game

Some say the fist- bump, a familiar sight in sports, is a tradition begun by baseball Hall of Famer Stan Musial.
 
critic's notebook

Plays put struggles of teenage girls on center stage

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Drug deals reported inside Boston shelter for veterans

The New England Center for Homeless Veterans (right) is steps away from Boston City Hall (left).
 

Number of GOP polls jumps 90 percent in 4 years

One supporter donned a Ted Cruz t-shirt during a campaign stop in Oklahoma City on Wednesday.
 
 

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Number of GOP polls jumps 90 percent in 4 years

One supporter donned a Ted Cruz t-shirt during a campaign stop in Oklahoma City on Wednesday.
 

In Texas, thriving amid appeals to reject refugees

Kamal, a Syrian native, left Kroger after buying cupcakes for his children.
 

Threats of violence, wish to join relatives force migrant children to travel solo

A fog lifted slowly over the Rio Grande, which forms the US-Mexico border at La Grulla, Texas. More unaccompanied minors from Central America have been crossing into the country.
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The World

 

Indian leader visits Pakistan in move to ease tense relations

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, right, reviewed a guard of honor with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Lahore, Pakistan on Friday.
 

Months after deadly West Bank arson, case makes progress

Ahmed Dawanshe's grandmother Satira (right) and grandfather Hussain stood by his bed in the Tel Hashomer hospital near the city of Tel Av.  Ahmed Dawabshe, a 4-year-old Palestinian boy, suffered severe burns in an arson attack on his family home in the Israeli-occupied West Bank home that Israel suspects was carried out by far right Jewish assailants last July.
 

Pope urges Christmas prayers for Syria, Libya peace

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

2015: the year in your own words

 
letters | the year in review

The trouble with the Olympic bid

 
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Winter tests 'Boston Strong'

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Metro

 

Drug deals reported inside Boston shelter for veterans

The New England Center for Homeless Veterans (right) is steps away from Boston City Hall (left).
 
critic's notebook

Plays put struggles of teenage girls on center stage

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Bostonians trade white Christmas for shorts, barbecues

A rower in shorts and a Santa hat plied the waters of the Charles River in Cambridge on Christmas, when summer-like temperatures prompted many to head outside for recreation.
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Business & Tech

 

Business quiz: 2015 in review

 
STAT

Look for big things from these executives in 2016

Vivik Ramaswamy runs a firm that is testing Alzheimer's drugs.
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Obituaries

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Sports

 

Joey Iosefa had a bullish impact on Patriots' ground game

FOXBORO, MA - DECEMBER 20: Joey Iosefa #47 of the New England Patriots carries the ball during the first half against the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium on December 20, 2015 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
 
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Third-down defense one of Patriots' first priorities

HOUSTON, TX - DECEMBER 13: Logan Ryan #26 of the New England Patriots defends against DeAndre Hopkins #10 of the Houston Texans during their game at NRG Stadium on December 13, 2015 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
 

For athletes, personal touch is part of the game

Some say the fist- bump, a familiar sight in sports, is a tradition begun by baseball Hall of Famer Stan Musial.
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