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The Daf Yomi Advancement Forum - dafyomi.co.il - has an English point-by-point translation of every Tosfos in the Maseches, in its entirety. They cover the entire Shas until the end of Avoda Zara - and I'm sure they are working on the last few Mesachtot. Each Tosfos starts with a summary, and then each phrase is brought in the original and then explained ...
There is a set of Shaarei Tosafos which explains each Tosafos, in Hebrew, really well.
Mesivta is a running Hebrew commentary with footnotes which includes a full explanation of Rashi Tosfos and the major issues and how the Rishonim and Achronim deal with it It has about 120 volumes covering all of Shas. You can view some of its features here http://www.oz-vehadar.com/en/department/16/editions-of-the-metivta
Mei Menuchos, by Rabbi Nachman Kahana, is a clear and systematic explanation of Tosfos (in Hebrew), and is available free online for several mesechtos: http://nachmankahana.com/mei-menuchos/
This is an active area of academic research. If you go to this website from UCL and search for "Talmud" you will find a list of books and articles on the subject, which form a reading list for a course. Of course, you won't expect these sources to agree with each other in all matters.
Rabbi Eliezer Krohn's shiurim on TorahAnytime.com cover the full gamut of practical Halacha. He has over 200 of them. It's a lot of Hilchos Shabbos, but also includes Brachos, Bein Adam L'chaveiro, Tefillah, Kashrut - really a pretty thorough list of practical Halacha topics. They are mostly given to groups of women, so they are very practical but don't ...
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