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Miocic (12-2 UFC) became first reigning three-time heavyweight belt holder, passing Randy Couture, Tim Sylvia, Brock Lesnar, and Cain Velasquez.

More than 150 people had to be rescued from the hotel amid the attack.

Activists are returning to the streets a year after millions of people rallied worldwide for women’s rights.

The TD Garden crowd got behind three local competitors who were on the undercard.

With the win, Cormier (20-1-1) secured his fourth defense of the UFC light heavyweight title.

Americans are feeling the best about the economy in two decades, according to the ABC-Washington Post poll released Sunday.

Boston’s mayor wants new rules to limit how frequently landlords can offer rentals through Airbnb and similar services.

President Trump and earmark revanchists in Congress are selling the public a bridge back to nowhere.

When an entire field shifts, researchers need room to recalibrate their work. Don’t shout them down.

Readers rebutted Jeff Jacoby’s favorable view of the Republican tax bill.

“The opening question, ‘Do you identify as cis?,’ rests on the assumption that being cisgender is a chosen identity.”

The state “will still have to step up and provide effective service to make West Station a success.”

A sampling of the market in this neighborhood between Harvard and MIT includes a condo with high ceilings and an apartment with river views.

“Knocking on 30’s door, it felt like time to find a nice guy and settle into blissful domesticity.” Read more My First Home essays at realestate.boston.com.

ALLSTON: 57 Aldie St.; One-family Colonial, built in 1910, 2,390 square feet, 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, on 5,500-square-foot lot. $950,000

ABINGTON: 125 Adams St.; Old Style, built in 1900, 4,123 square feet, 15 rooms, 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, on 126,741-square-foot lot. $750,000

AMESBURY: 369 Main St.; One-family Colonial, built in 2006, 2,787 square feet, 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, on 7,252-square-foot lot. $1,400,000

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Cathie Zusy fell in love with the neighborhood between Harvard and MIT when she worked in Boston.

Markets wrap: Stocks ignore shutdown talks, continue record run