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America's 35th president began his academic career at the Edward Devotion School in Brookline as a kindergartner.
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Our week in review looks at the attack in Manchester, a roundup of the week's top education stories, and the end of the Celtics' season.
Authorities say Sanderley Rodrigues de Vasconcelos was a promoter of TelexFree.
The Celtics lost Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals at home to the Cavaliers Thursday night, and it wasn't pretty.
After staging seven fests at City Hall Plaza, producers have moved the three-day event to the cushy fields of Harvard's Athletic Complex in Boston's Allston neighborhood.
If Tom Brady suffered concussions, as his wife has claimed, and successfully hidden it from everyone but his wife, the NFL's concussion protocol is a sham, Bill Littlefield writes.
Waves of biographies keep washing ashore, and the image of the 35th president keeps changing.
The good news about the upcoming holiday weekend is it won't rain very much. The bad news is, if you like heat, there won't be any of that.
Trump was overseas when the White House released its budget proposal and a suicide bomber attacked a concert in Manchester, England. All that and more from Tom Keane’s weekly news roundup.
John F. Kennedy was the youngest U.S. president ever elected. But what set him apart the most when he was elected was that he was Irish and a Catholic.
Tech companies and car manufacturers are spending billions to get self-driving cars out on the roads. A new MIT study finds out people don't really want them.