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  1. What You Get for $800,000 Slideshow, November 22

    A 1936 modern house near Columbus, a Queen Anne Victorian in Fall River and a shingle-style house on Whidbey Island.

  2. $800,000 Homes in Ohio, Massachusetts and Washington Real Estate, November 22

    A Queen Anne Victorian in Fall River, Mass., once owned by Lizzie Borden, and homes in Bexley, Ohio, and Langley, Washington.

  3. Judge John Hodgman on Proper Massachusetts Driving Magazine, November 22

    How courteous must a Bay Stater be?

  4. The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What? Magazine, November 21

    After more than three decades as a provocateur, the filmmaker has returned to the movie that made him famous.

  5. Most Everything You Learned About Thanksgiving Is Wrong Express, November 21

    Blame textbooks, children’s stories or animated specials, but the Thanksgiving story is more complex than most Americans are taught.

  6. The Secret to a Long Life Is Bocce Op Ed, November 17

    And lots of friends to play it with, as I discovered on the courts in Boston’s North End.

  7. Why We’re Still Fighting Over the Health Care Mandate Op Ed, November 15

    To some, it’s government overreach; to others, benevolent technocratic necessity.

  8. $1.5 Million Homes in Rhode Island, California and Georgia Real Estate, November 15

    An 18th-century farmhouse outside Newport, a houseboat in Sausalito and a modern home in Atlanta.

  9. What You Get for $1.5 Million Slideshow, November 15

    An 18th-century farmhouse outside Newport, a houseboat in Sausalito and a modern home in Atlanta.

  10. 5 Destinations for the Thanksgiving Traveler Travel, November 15

    For many Americans, Thanksgiving travel generally means visiting family and perhaps some shopping. But if you have time for something a little different this year, there are worthwhile events happening across the country, in big cities and spots m...

  11. Fined for Ethics Breach, Jails Commissioner Broke Rules Again Metro, November 14

    Cynthia Brann paid a $6,000 fine for an ethics violation with a check drawn from a subordinate’s bank account, again running afoul of ethics rules.

  12. Phillips Exeter Deans Failed to Report Sex Assault Case, Police Say National, November 14

    A New Hampshire State Police investigator sought arrest warrants last year for two deans of the elite boarding school, but they were not arrested or prosecuted.

  13. Travis Mills Will Never Quit Op Ed, November 10

    Until I met him, I hadn’t given much thought to the many Americans who gave their lives to make mine possible.

  14. Court Blocks Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Rockwell Works and Other Art Culture, November 10

    The museum has said the sale is necessary for its financial survival.

  15. Court Blocks Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Rockwell Works and Other Art Culture, November 10

    The museum has said the sale is necessary for its financial survival.

  16. Medicaid Is Great, but Rural Maine Needs Hospitals, Too Op Ed, November 9

    Too many places in America face a health care crisis about access, not affordability.

  17. Former TV Anchorwoman Accuses Kevin Spacey of Assaulting Her Son Culture, November 8

    Heather Unruh, a longtime television journalist in Boston, said at a news conference that Mr. Spacey reached into her 18-year-old son’s pants at a bar last year.

  18. $1.2 Million Homes in Massachusetts, Colorado and Washington, D.C. Real Estate, November 8

    A late Georgian house on Cape Cod, a Craftsman-style bungalow in Denver and a 1926 townhouse in Washington.

  19. What You Get for $1.2 Million Slideshow, November 8

    A Georgian-style house on Cape Cod, a Craftsman bungalow in Denver and a 1926 townhouse in Washington, D.C.

  20. Maine Voters Approve Medicaid Expansion, a Rebuke of Gov. LePage National, November 7

    Maine was the first state where voters, not governors or lawmakers, got to decide whether to expand Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

  21. Elections Roundup: Incumbents Fare Well in Boston, Detroit and Flint National, November 7

    Voters went to the polls on Tuesday from Maine to Seattle. They picked mayors and prosecutors and decided ballot measures on matters like drug price limits.

  22. Disputed Sale of Rockwells by Museum Can Go Forward, Judge Says Culture, November 7

    The works are among those that the financially strapped Berkshire Museum plans to sell at an auction Monday at Sotheby’s in New York.

  23. What to Watch on Election Day Op Ed, November 7

    A national barometer, a Medicaid expansion, a drug-price referendum and a constitutional convention.

  24. Building a Buzzy Hive of Invention and Collaboration Business, November 7

    Academic, business and government officials in Providence, R.I., hope to build on a collaborative development project to create a thriving innovation district.

  25. Maine Delays Start of Voter-Approved Election Law National, November 3

    State lawmakers have repealed or amended several measures passed by voters, including a change in the ballot process inspired by Gov. Paul LePage’s election.

  26. $450,000 Homes in Massachusetts, Oklahoma and Wisconsin Real Estate, November 1

    A Craftsman-style home in Great Barrington, an energy-efficient house in Tulsa and a 1948 ranch near Lake Michigan.

  27. What You Get for $450,000 Slideshow, November 1

    A Craftsman-style home in Great Barrington, an energy-efficient house in Tulsa and a 1948 ranch near Lake Michigan.

  28. Dartmouth College Professors Investigated Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations National, October 31

    Three professors from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences have been put on paid leave as a criminal investigation is carried out.

  29. 1 Million Lose Power After Fierce Storm Hits Northeast Express, October 30

    More than a million homes and businesses lost power on Sunday and Monday from New Jersey to Maine after a storm brought high winds and heavy rain.

  30. The Governor Blocked Medicaid Expansion. Now Maine Voters Could Overrule Him. Science, October 27

    The state is the first in the nation to put expansion of the health insurance program on the ballot, opening a new front in the political battle over Obamacare.

  31. Insys Founder Charged in Bribe Scheme Linked to Fentanyl-Based Painkiller Business, October 26

    John Kapoor, the billionaire founder of Insys Therapeutics, faces federal charges that he participated in bribing doctors to prescribe a cancer-pain drug.