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I was a college student in 1973 when Roe v. Wade first ensured that a back-alley abortion was not the only choice for an American woman who ne…

If House Republicans refuse to raise the debt ceiling, the U.S. could mint a single platinum coin with a face value of $1 trillion — not to spend, but to deposit in the Treasury, writes Eagle columnist Donald Morrison. That would automatically put the U.S. safely under the debt limit.

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Boston Mayor Michelle Wu said Wednesday that she wants to set the city on a path to reach its former peak population while guarding against trends that are putting pressure on residents because of soaring housing costs. Wu said she hopes to manage the city’s surging growth while avoiding some of the urban renewal efforts of the last century that ended up displacing thousands of working class, immigrant, and Black and brown residents. Boston’s population peaked in 1950, when the number of residents topped 801,000. Wu became the first woman and first Asian American elected Boston mayor in 2021.

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BEDFORD, Mass. (AP) _ Aspen Technology, Inc. (AZPN) on Wednesday reported a fiscal second-quarter loss of $66.2 million, after reporting a pro…

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The Lego Group has announced that it will move its North American headquarters from Connecticut to Boston by the end of 2026. Skip Kodak, president of the Lego Group in the Americas, said in a release that the move supports the Denmark-based global toymaker’s growth ambitions. He said Boston is ranked one of the best cities to attract and retain talent. The company has about 740 full-time employees in Enfield, Connecticut. It said all of those employees will have a position at the Boston office and receive relocation help if they want to make the move. The Lego Group said the move will happen in phases starting in mid-2025 and be completed by the end of 2026.

Murray Hidary's immersive sound installation 'Distanced Together' is on view at Mass MoCA now through Feb. 4. "You can really interact with it however you need to. It really is a space for reflection, for catharsis, for healing and really reflecting on the experience we’ve all had over the last couple of years with the music as the soundtrack tracing the arc of the pandemic.”


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