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Didn't ya know the minute you heard about the victory parade plans for the New England Patriots that we were going to lose the Super Bowl?

The same way you knew in 2003 when you saw the Red Sox made Fenway Park ready for the World Series without... Read more

Clinton: Ready to lead on day one

By Maureen E. Feeney

This October, I had the rare privilege of speaking before a crowd of several thousand at Boston's historic Symphony Hall about my candidate for president, Hillary... Read more

To the Editor:

Imagine a large gathering of people from a variety of backgrounds and interests, getting together for one day to talk about how to make their world a better place. No, this isn't a campaign rally for Barack Obama. I am... Read more

This holiday season stirs starkly different emotions as the calendar turns to the year when I will be 65. As I fill out Medicare forms in advance of my 66th February 4th on this earth, I sense that my anticipation of the future and remembrance of times... Read more

The city and the fire union are currently locked in a dispute over drug and alcohol testing and other reforms that are critical for the future of the Fire Department. I am astounded by the union leaders' unwillingness to eliminate substance abuse and... Read more

The audience was hushed in suspense; the dancer danced as the music would dip and crescendo with the emotions entwined with the events revealed as the agonizing stories of two mothers unfolded.

They were heart-broken mothers; one whose son was... Read more

The hierarchy of the American Catholic Church - which last weekend issued a call for all Catholics to join a jihad against gay marriage in Massachusetts - says that the Supreme Judicial Court's historic ruling is a "national tragedy."

And, from... Read more