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Fashions that turn back the clockupdated: Fri Jan 06 2012 08:33:00

Make these small style tweaks to take years off your look instantly.

Police evict Occupy Boston protesters; 46 arrestedupdated: Sat Dec 10 2011 12:32:00

Police arrested 46 people Saturday morning after they swept through a downtown city square in Boston, Massachusetts, evicting "Occupy" protesters encamped there since late September, officials said.

13 injured in Boston fire; arson blamedupdated: Mon Oct 17 2011 22:02:00

A 28-year old man, who was likely trying to kill himself, set fire to a Boston apartment building Monday, injuring 13 people, authorities said.

Turbulence causes injuries in 2 flights that land in Boston updated: Tue Oct 04 2011 14:37:00

Severe turbulence contributed to injuries aboard two flights that landed in Boston, authorities said Sunday.

JetBlue introduces new flight passesupdated: Thu Jul 28 2011 11:29:00

JetBlue Airways is courting business travelers with three new flight passes announced Thursday. Mila Kunis Relaxes with a Dirty Martini in Bostonupdated: Wed Jun 15 2011 12:29:00

• Mila Kunis was unwinding with a Belvedere dirty martini over dinner at Boston's Red Lantern restaurant. The actress, who next stars in Friends with Benefits with Justin Timberlake, is in town filming her new movie, Ted, and she stepped out for the meal with an assistant, a makeup artist and two pals. "She was in a great mood, having fun with her friends," an onlooker tells us. "There was lots of laughing and chatting."

Money Magazine: The future of your health careupdated: Mon Apr 25 2011 15:16:00

Rising medical costs hobbled General Motors and Chrysler, and they're swallowing up state budgets. The country's long-term financial prognosis is grave largely because of health care entitlements.

Winter storm cripples South, heads north to deliver more miseryupdated: Tue Jan 11 2011 21:48:00

A winter storm that paralyzed the South churned up the Eastern Seaboard Tuesday, threatening heavy snowfalls and more misery for the Northeast. Marathon Running (Related Stories)updated: Mon Nov 08 2010 15:37:00

Marathon running stories in the SI Vault

Explosion flattens Boston houseupdated: Wed Nov 03 2010 11:43:00

A powerful blast leveled a house Wednesday in Boston, Massachusetts; it was not immediately clear if anyone was injured.

Home explodes in Bostonupdated: Wed Nov 03 2010 11:43:00

A neighborhood is evacuated after a home explodes in Boston, Massachusetts. Affiliate WHDH reports. (No Audio)

Iraqi Rowing Team trains in Americaupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 16:42:00

Boston, the city that gave rise to the American Revolution, is now playing host to the Iraqi National Rowing Team.

Drivers, bicyclists clash on road sharingupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 13:44:00

Professor Peter Furth has ridden his bicycle to work at Northeastern University each day for the past six years. The two-mile trip through the Boston suburb of Brookline, Massachusetts, is usually without incident.

Four dead, including toddler, in Boston shootingupdated: Tue Sep 28 2010 18:43:00

An early morning shooting left four people dead, including a toddler, and a fifth victim hospitalized in critical condition, Boston, Massachusetts, police said Tuesday.

Boston firefighters battling warehouse blazeupdated: Sat Aug 21 2010 23:55:00

Firefighters were battling a multialarm warehouse fire in Boston, Massachusetts, on Saturday night, officials said.

Boston beats heat with longer pool hoursupdated: Mon Jul 19 2010 12:34:00

Boston's mayor extends pool hours to help children stay cool in the record heat. WCVB's Kelley Tuthill reports.

Floods strand drivers in Bostonupdated: Sun Jul 11 2010 10:28:00

Motorists in Boston are forced to abandon their vehicles as flood waters rise. WHDH's Michelle Relaford reports

Heavy rains cause flash floods in greater Boston areaupdated: Sun Jul 11 2010 10:28:00

Heavy rains caused flash flooding across the Boston metro area Saturday, stranding cars and causing damage, the National Weather Service reported.

Forget Boston: Runners find alternatives to big raceupdated: Fri Apr 16 2010 08:21:00

Among runners, it's a statement that awes: "I qualified for Boston."

21 top time-saving citiesupdated: Mon Mar 15 2010 14:01:00

According to a survey by Real Simple, the living is surprisingly easy in these urban areas.

UFO sketches releasedupdated: Thu Feb 18 2010 11:07:00

Newly released British government files on UFO sightings contain sketches of unexplained objects.

Britain releases new UFO filesupdated: Thu Feb 18 2010 11:07:00

A hovering Toblerone and a silky-white residue join near-misses and strange lights in the British government's latest release of its files on UFO sightings.

Delta flight aborted due to smoky smellupdated: Sat Jan 02 2010 22:12:00

A Delta Air Lines flight headed from Boston to New York City on Saturday morning returned to Boston's Logan International Airport after a pilot noticed a smoky odor in the cockpit, according to a Delta spokesman.

Toys for Tots in a recessionupdated: Sat Dec 19 2009 08:35:00

Last year Toys for Tots was low on donations. Photojournalist Bob Crowley has an update on what's changed this year.

Struggling to find enough Toys for Totsupdated: Sat Dec 19 2009 08:35:00

A white van sits at a warehouse loading dock in Boston. Buckled in the front passenger seat is Eeyore, the donkey friend of Winnie the Pooh.

Fortune: Should you move to find a job?updated: Tue Dec 15 2009 10:56:00

Dear Annie: I was startled to see in your article about job interviewing mistakes that there are now 6.3 applicants for every job opening in the U.S. But that is a national average, right? Are some cities better than others for job hunters?

3 Northeastern weekend escapesupdated: Tue Nov 03 2009 11:20:00

Enjoy the seaside charms of southern Maine, antiquing in the Hudson River Valley and Virginia's emerging wine country.

FSB: A Beantown original's epicurean empireupdated: Wed Sep 30 2009 15:56:00

It's late afternoon, and chef Barbara Lynch has been at her new restaurant and cafe, Sportello, all day: hand-rolling pasta, refining menus and, now, fueling up on coffee for the long evening ahead.

NTSB: Sleep disorder may have contributed to Boston train crashupdated: Tue Jul 14 2009 17:20:00

A Boston trolley operator killed in a crash last year likely had a sleep disorder and fell into a "micro-sleep" shortly before the collision, the National Transportation Safety Board ruled Tuesday.

FSB: The six-year fight to start a Boston companyupdated: Mon Jun 15 2009 05:29:00

Erroll Tyler doesn't give up easily. For six years the Melrose, Mass. entrepreneur has been battling the cities of Cambridge and Boston to get his amphibious-vehicle sightseeing company, Nautical Tours, off the ground and into the water. His case is pending in federal court; here's a look at how it got there.

Investigator: Texting driver should have seen stopped trolleyupdated: Mon May 11 2009 11:52:00

The operator of a trolley that rear-ended another trolley should have been able to see the other vehicle was stopped 480 feet ahead, a federal investigator said Monday.

Boston trolley driver was texting at time of crash, official saysupdated: Fri May 08 2009 23:08:00

The operator of the trolley that rear-ended another trolley Friday night in downtown Boston, Massachusetts, has told investigators that he was text messaging at the time of the accident, which injured 20 people, a transit official said.

CNNMoney: Tallest building in Boston, 50% offupdated: Tue Mar 31 2009 16:48:00

The tallest building in Boston sold for $660.6 million at a foreclosure auction in New York Tuesday -- about half the price it sold for just three years ago.

Snow causes stress for travelersupdated: Mon Mar 02 2009 22:36:00

Heavy snow -- close to a foot in some cities -- blanketed much of the Eastern Seaboard on Monday and spelled a nightmare for morning commuters battling strong winds and freezing rain.

Snowstorm targets East Coast; New England braces for 15 inchesupdated: Mon Mar 02 2009 16:19:00

A snowstorm that could last up to 18 hours was on its way to southern New England, and Boston, Massachusetts, could be snowed under with up to 15 inches, the National Weather Service said Sunday afternoon.

The economy and Bostonupdated: Tue Feb 24 2009 17:18:00

Business owners and workers in Boston talk about the economic downturn. CNN's Bob Crowley reports.

Boston's aquatic attractions provide cool summer funupdated: Wed Aug 27 2008 09:59:00

Everyone knows Boston is a city steeped in history, but on a steamy hot summer day, one of the best places to experience the city is from the ocean or the harbor. 3 Killed in Medical Plane Crashupdated: Tue Aug 12 2008 13:00:00

A small plane carrying a patient to Boston for medical treatment crashed Tuesday in a grocery store parking lot, killing all three people on board New Clues to Autism's Causeupdated: Thu Jul 10 2008 13:00:00

Research points to learning-related genes as a contributor to autism and suggests that early intervention in children can help fix genetic defects

CNNMoney: Gas hits cabbies: More hours, less payupdated: Mon Jul 07 2008 20:33:00

Mikhail Glikberg remembers when he made a decent living as a taxi driver in Boston. He could work a 12-hour shift and take home up to $80 a day after expenses.

Commentary: Immigrants melting into the pot as usualupdated: Tue May 27 2008 20:36:00

On the question of whether recent immigrants assimilate as quickly as previous waves, many Americans exhibit short fuses -- and even shorter memories.

Quit fighting -- get a postnuptial agreementupdated: Wed Apr 02 2008 09:14:00

Can a piece of paper save a marriage? One suburban Boston couple figured it was worth trying so they entered into a legal agreement to manage a major source of tension in their relationship - money.

Taking the kids: Exploring the heart of college countryupdated: Tue Mar 18 2008 10:58:00

Secretly, I'm congratulating myself. Scott Wraight: NHL Power Rankings, Week 21updated: Tue Feb 26 2008 20:12:00

BIGGEST CLIMB: Boston (17 to 12), Columbus (27 to 22) BIGGEST FALL: Philadelphia (11 to 17) Scott Wraight: NHL Power Rankings, Week 13updated: Thu Dec 27 2007 01:40:00

BIGGEST CLIMB: Atlanta (28 to 21) BIGGEST FALL: S.J. (3 to 9), Boston (5 to 11), Philadelphia (11 to 17)

Green market: Shops where you can buy smartupdated: Thu Dec 20 2007 11:35:00

From Boston to Seattle, eight stores where you can buy smart -- and give back.

Gas tanker erupts, scores evacuated outside Bostonupdated: Wed Dec 05 2007 10:27:00

At least 200 people were evacuated from their homes, including 84 residents of an apartment building for the elderly, after a tanker truck carrying 9,000 gallons of gasoline erupted early Wednesday in a northern Boston suburb.

Inferno rages near Bostonupdated: Wed Dec 05 2007 10:27:00

CNN's Alina Cho reports on an out-of-control fire caused by a tanker crash outside Boston. A Welcome Mat for Gun Searches updated: Mon Nov 26 2007 17:00:00

Faced with high-profile youth crime, Boston has started a controversial program allowing cops into homes to look for guns -- and gets surprising support Jessica Simpson: 'I Need a Boston Man'updated: Wed Nov 07 2007 18:09:00

Attention Boston bachelors: Jessica Simpson is out to find love, and she's looking in your direction. Dr. Z: Pats may not be classy, but they have edge on Coltsupdated: Fri Nov 02 2007 11:50:00

I'm glad to see that my match-ups for this weekend's Colts-Pats game got posted in time for rapid e-mailers to get a crack at them. The layout of the match-ups always poses a problem for the technicians in the office, a problem of "formatting," as they say. Actually I don't say it because I don't like to use a noun as a verb. Quite exciting actually. One of the computers blew and lots of little names were flung off the screen, onto the floor, where they were seen scurrying toward freedom. Andrew came through, though, and caught them all in his butterfly net.

FSB: Paul Revere's ride - for cyclistsupdated: Thu Sep 20 2007 21:11:00

Heading for the Massachusetts Turnpike, a Mercedes sedan closes in on the back tire of my bicycle with an aggressive honk. Less than a mile of Boston's streets have designated bike lanes, and Commonwealth Avenue - where I'm trying to avoid construction sites and deep trolley tracks - is not one of them. "Stay close to me - this traffic circle might get hairy!" shouts Andrew Prescott, one of my guides. Dodging rush-hour traffic isn't easy, and with a few hours still to go on his Paul Revere Ride to Freedom tour, I'm wondering if I'd be happier straddling a horse. Home Prices Drop To 20-Year Lowupdated: Tue Aug 28 2007 13:00:00

U.S. home prices fell 3.2 percent in the second quarter, the steepest rate of decline since Standard & Poor's began its nationwide housing index in 1987 States Fill Immigration Policy Voidupdated: Mon Aug 06 2007 11:00:00

State lawmakers are increasingly stepping into the void created by the failure of Congress to approve sweeping changes to immigration policy

CNNMoney: Citadel takes over Sowood's credit fundupdated: Mon Jul 30 2007 02:40:00

Hedge fund Citadel Investment Group, LLC said Monday that it took over Sowood Capital's credit portfolio following speculation last week that heavy losses might force the smaller hedge fund to shut down. Allan Muir: Trades on tap at NHL Draftupdated: Fri Jun 22 2007 06:34:00

The talk around Columbus, the site of the NHL Entry Draft, is that there will be a considerable amount of wheeling and dealing this weekend, and it won't just be anonymous picks swapping hands as teams try to move up in the draft order. N.Y. state of mindupdated: Mon Mar 12 2007 01:44:00

Note: All statistics are through Sunday. State of the Celticsupdated: Tue Feb 13 2007 11:32:00

There is no joy on Causeway Street, not even after a franchise-worst 18-game losing streak was finally halted Wednesday against Milwaukee at TD Banknorth Garden. Boston has fallen on hard times before -- witness the 15-win season of 1996-97 -- but even then there seemed to be a method to its madness. In 1997, it was an open secret that general manager M.L. Carr had installed himself as head coach in order to sink the team to where it could land the top pick in the draft, one Mr. Tim Duncan (hey, nobody said it worked out). In other words, Carr was trying to tank the season. Trade analysisupdated: Sun Feb 11 2007 14:19:00

The Bruins Get: RW Chuck Kobasew, D Andrew Ference

CNNMoney: Immigrant entrepreneurs ignite economyupdated: Tue Feb 06 2007 11:52:00

Foreign-born workers have become a powerful engine of growth in the U.S., according to a report Tuesday.

Statement from Turner Broadcasting System, Interferenceupdated: Mon Feb 05 2007 13:36:00

As we have expressed to Boston and state public officials and law enforcement, we acknowledge our responsibility for the unconventional marketing tactic that we authorized, and apologize to the citizens of the greater Boston area, especially the citizens of Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville and the customers of the MBTA, for any hardship they encountered last week. We understand now that in today's post-September 11 environment, it was reasonable and appropriate for citizens and law enforcement officials to take any perceived threat posed by our light boards very seriously and to respond as they did.

Boston stunt creates PR buzz saw instead of buzzupdated: Fri Feb 02 2007 08:28:00

People are certainly talking about "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" after a publicity stunt that went spectacularly wrong, but marketing experts say paralyzing a city and landing two guys in court isn't the best way to build a brand.

Two plead not guilty to Boston hoax chargesupdated: Thu Feb 01 2007 09:08:00

Two men pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges they created panic by placing electronic light boards that caused a bomb scare Wednesday in Boston.

Two held after ad campaign triggers Boston bomb scareupdated: Wed Jan 31 2007 16:52:00

Authorities have arrested two men in connection with electronic light boards depicting a middle-finger-waving moon man that triggered repeated bomb scares around Boston on Wednesday and prompted the closure of bridges and a stretch of the Charles River.

Boston: Don't give city the cold shoulderupdated: Thu Aug 31 2006 12:53:00

Bostonians are an odd lot. We take our traditions seriously, we're deeply loyal, and, on the whole, we're thrifty. All of which bodes well for the diner searching for a bargain.

Fortune: Tips from Delta's makeover mavenupdated: Mon Aug 21 2006 13:26:00

Joanne Smith wants to make flying Delta swank again. In 2003 she helped launch mod offspring Song, known for lime-green planes and Kate Spade - attired flight attendants. But the budget service flo...

Fighter jets escort diverted flight to Boston updated: Wed Aug 16 2006 19:02:00

A woman whose altercation with passengers and crew led to the diversion of a trans-Atlantic passenger flight Wednesday will be detained and likely will face federal criminal charges, a U.S. federal prosecutor said.

Fortune: The big debacleupdated: Wed Jul 26 2006 05:59:00

If Boston were a stock, it would be Apple Computer: great highs, great lows. The year 2004 was a high: Our beloved Red Sox won the World Series, and our not-so-beloved Senator John Kerry didn't tot...

Vital signs at 1,500 feetupdated: Tue Feb 14 2006 13:33:00

For more than 20 years Bill Rypka's career plans have been up in the air, and there are plenty of people alive today who can thank him and his colleagues for it.

Fortune: A tale of two marketsupdated: Mon Feb 13 2006 05:27:00

If you want to know where real estate prices are headed in California's Orange County, the man to talk to is Gary Watts. The Mission Viejo broker has 35 years of experience and doubles as a spokesman for the O.C.'s Association of Realtors.

Fortune: A Tale of Two Marketsupdated: Tue Feb 07 2006 06:12:00

If you want to know where real estate prices are headed in California's Orange County, the man to talk to is Gary Watts. The Mission Viejo broker has 35 years of experience and doubles as a spokesm...

FSB: Business Medicsupdated: Thu Feb 02 2006 04:14:00

Urban Miyares returned from the Vietnam war in 1968 with nerve damage and diabetes. Blindness came later. When he couldn't find employment, it made him angry. So the New York City native founded a ...

CNNMoney: Double jeopardy for landlordsupdated: Wed Dec 07 2005 16:20:00

Small fortunes have been made during the past few years by investing in rapidly rising real, rent out, flip, repeat. But now stagnating home prices and a bad rental market threaten to end that -- and put the holdings of small landlords in jeopardy.

This week in the medical journalsupdated: Thu Sep 29 2005 14:57:00

New uses for old drugs?

CNNMoney: America's riskiest real estateupdated: Wed Aug 03 2005 15:06:00

Some of the nation's frothiest housing markets are at growing risk of price declines, according to the most recent survey from PMI Mortgage Insurance Corporation.

This week in the medical journalsupdated: Thu Jul 21 2005 14:27:00

Better than a spoonful of sugar

CNNMoney: Delta's Song expands West Coast flightsupdated: Wed Jun 01 2005 15:15:00

Delta Airlines announced that its subsidiary, Song, will offer more transcontinental flights beginning on September 6.

Boston area: 72 holes in 72 hoursupdated: Thu May 26 2005 07:57:00

There's no better time to be a sports enthusiast in Boston than right now.

Boston's airport reopens after blizzardupdated: Mon Jan 24 2005 10:04:00

Boston's Logan International Airport reopened for flights Monday morning after closing for more than 24-hours due to the weekend blizzard that dumped more than two feet of snow across parts of southern New England.

FBI adds 10 names to Boston probeupdated: Thu Jan 20 2005 09:07:00

The FBI has added the names of 10 more people to the list of those being sought for questioning in connection with a possible terror plot against Boston, Massachusetts.

Four sought in possible Boston terror threatupdated: Wed Jan 19 2005 17:43:00

State, federal and local authorities Wednesday were seeking four Chinese nationals wanted for questioning in connection with a possible terrorist threat to the Boston, Massachusetts, area, but they said the source of the information was "unknown and uncorroborated."

Fortune: STEM CELLS TO FIX THE HEARTupdated: Mon Nov 29 2004 00:01:00

THE DUSTY FLATLANDS of the Texas panhandle seem a world away from society's great debate about human stem cells. But if you want to see how stem cells could transform medicine, a ranch near Dalhart...

Fortune: HOW THE CURSE WAS REALLY REVERSEDupdated: Mon Nov 15 2004 00:01:00

WHEN THE BOSTON RED SOX WON their first World Series in 86 years this past October, sportswriters everywhere heralded an end to the infamous Curse--in which the ball club was supposedly jinxed afte...

The Republican National Conventionupdated: Mon Aug 30 2004 16:46:00

The Democrats had their week in Boston. Now, it's the Republicans' turn in New York. The political stakes are enormous. That's because this is shaping up potentially as such an incredibly close contest -- perhaps even a repeat of what happened four years ago.

Police and protesters square offupdated: Fri Aug 27 2004 11:32:00

Thousands of protesters will face thousands of security officials at the Republican National Convention even before the event begins Monday at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Mark Shields: Boston makes GOP's New York job a lot tougherupdated: Mon Aug 02 2004 11:07:00

The morning after his address at the Democratic National Convention in Boston, former President Clinton volunteered to this scripturally challenged reporter that his speech's most provocative line had been inspired by the Book of Isaiah.

Upbeat mood spreads in Boston updated: Mon Jul 26 2004 08:54:00

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Boston rolls out $60 million security planupdated: Sun Jul 25 2004 14:09:00

As the Democratic National Convention opens Monday, the city of Boston will be under an unprecedented $60 million security curtain.

Kerry can't resist Boston ball gameupdated: Sun Jul 25 2004 13:09:00

Sen. John Kerry pulled a convention-eve surprise Sunday night, taking time out from his swing across the country to attend a baseball game in Boston between the Red Sox and their hated rivals, the New York Yankees.

Boston tightens security ahead of conventionupdated: Fri Jul 23 2004 07:33:00

Amid final preparations for the first political nominating convention since the attacks of September 11, 2001, security officials are preparing to lock down a huge area of Boston.

Arbitrator proposes settlement of Boston police disputeupdated: Thu Jul 22 2004 18:03:00

A state arbitrator has proposed a settlement of a thorny pay dispute between the city of Boston and its police union, which had raised the specter of picketing at next week's Democratic National Convention.

Democrat's labor problemupdated: Thu Jul 22 2004 17:09:00

Thomas M. Menino usually is a happy warrior who has loved being mayor of Boston for the past 11 years, but he is plainly irritated these days.

CNNMoney: Can we put a logo on that convention?updated: Thu Jul 22 2004 14:37:00

Everyone knows cash and politics go hand in hand. But perhaps never in such an obvious way as the event sponsorship at the upcoming political conventions.

Election Express: Protestors must stay inside 'Free Speech Zone' updated: Thu Jul 22 2004 10:55:00

A federal judge Thursday denied a lawsuit brought by protestors and groups trying to get better access to delegates at the Democratic National Convention.

Election Express: What else is going on in Boston? updated: Wed Jul 21 2004 10:17:00

Pick up a newspaper, turn on the TV, listen to the radio and all you will hear about in the metropolitan Boston area is the Democratic National Convention.

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