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Daily Talker: Paid To Freeze Your Eggs

Tech giants Facebook and Apple are telling female employees they will pay to freeze their eggs, but some critics say this encourages women to put their careers ahead of motherhood. Should companies offer to freeze the eggs of female workers?



Tropical Trouble In Both Basins

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook October is not a time for the tropics to go to bed. Some of the largest hurricanes and most destructive storms have formed in the 10th month, and […]


Former Flyer and recently signed Bruin Simon Gagne. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Kalman: Time For Some Lineup Stability After Bruins Sign Gagne

With the Bruins roster up in the air early on in the season, the team hopes the signing of Simon Gagne will help that.


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Patriots Gold Stars, Penalty Flags: Brady, LaFell Shine In Win Over Bills

WBZ-TV’s Levan Reid hands out the hardware from New England’s Week 6 win over the Buffalo Bills.


Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley at the WBZ-TV debate, Oct. 7, 2014. (WBZ-TV)

Keller @ Large: Struggling To Figure Out What Voters Want

Both of the major-party candidates for governor seem to be struggling to figure out just what the voters want.


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Daily Talker: Controversial Comments

A New Hampshire lawmaker is making headlines after a controversial comment. In a blog post, Manchester Rep. Steve Vaillancourt called U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster “ugly as sin”. Should he apologize? Should looks be off limits when it comes to criticizing political candidates?


Former Bruins forward Jarome Iginla. (Photo by Francois Laplante/Freestyle Photography/Getty Images)

Kalman: Bruins’ Loss To Avs Makes Iginla Absence More Glaring

The Bruins dropped to 1-3-0 and now have lost three in a row in regulation for the first time since March 2012. However, all is not lost just yet, writes Matt Kalman.



Daily Talker: Should We Reinvent The Columbus Day Holiday?

Today is Columbus Day. Some people may think of this as just a day off. Others think about what they learned in school about Christopher Columbus. But now, some cities are voting not to celebrate Columbus Day. Instead, they are trying to reinvent the holiday.



Coming Attractions

A big high pressure system will shift offshore and in combo with the approaching deep trough/cutoff low, a flow of increasingly humid and warmer air will set up along the eastern seaboard into New England this week.



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