Boston Marathon bombing trial

‘I unfortunately remember every single detail,’ survivor recounts

Marathon survivor Celeste Corcoran, helped by husband, Kevin, got into a government vehicle at home in Lowell early this morning for her trip to court in Boston.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Celeste Corcoran, who lost both legs in the attack, described her wounds during the penalty phase of the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial.

// Survivors speak out on death penalty in Tsarnaev trial

As jurors consider the federal government’s most extreme punishment, several survivors have shared their opinions.

Kevin Paul Dupont

// In Cleveland emphasis is on Cavs, not the King

In LeBron James’s second go-round in Cleveland, a team-first approach is more evident than a focus on their biggest star.

// Patriots’ Nate Solder reveals he had testicular cancer

Solder was diagnosed in April of 2014 and had a testicle removed prior to the Patriots’ Super-Bowl winning season.

David Ortiz was disappointed after hearing Orioles Hall of Famer and broadcaster Jim Palmer had tweeted criticism of the Sox slugger.


Red Sox Notebook

David Ortiz wasn’t a fan of Jim Palmer’s call either

The Orioles Hall of Famer and broadcaster tweeted criticism after the Sox slugger was ejected Sunday.


// Lincoln Elementary is ‘just a school’ trying to teach kids

This K-5 school in Revere is fighting to even the educational playing field.

// Authorities recover one gold bar from armored car heist

The bar, worth between $470,000 and $500,000, was recovered from the March 1 robbery of an armored car bound for Boston.

// ‘Full House’ spinoff headed to Netflix

Cut. It. Out. “Fuller House” will star Candice Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber, with John Stamos as a regular guest star.

Chairman of board that oversees the MBTA resigns

The moves to step down by John Jenkins and another board member come after Governor Baker asked for resignations.

Investigators looked in the walls of the Ted Williams Tunnel.

Mass. State Police

Troopers find man lost in wall of Ted Williams Tunnel

Daniel Kelly faces trespassing charges after he called police to let them know he was trapped in a storm drain.

// Company faulted in Back Bay fire won’t face charges

Prosecutors have concluded that the metalworkers who accidentally started a fatal fire last year did not act recklessly.

Maickel Melamed, 39, of Venezuela, was the last person to finish the 2015 Boston Marathon.


Last man finishes Boston Marathon after nearly 20 hours

Maickel Melamed, who has muscular dystrophy, took his final steps with cheering volunteers and supporters by his side.

SJC rejects challenge to Boston taxi industry’s structure

The court ruled that three taxi fleet owners were right to classify cabbies as independent contractors instead of as employees.

A rendering of the proposed hotel-casino-entertainment-airport in Incheon, South Korea.

Mohegan Sun looks to South Korea for next casino deal

The tribe announced it was in negotiations to open a first-of-its-kind resort casino at the Incheon International Airport.

// Senate deal clears path for vote on AG nominee Loretta Lynch

The deal on a stalled human trafficking bill clears the way for a vote on President Obama’s nominee within days.

Poland in talks with Raytheon over $7 billion deal, report says

The country has chosen Raytheon for further talks on a defense contract, a Polish newspaper reported.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 19: What to expect in penalty phase of Tsarnaev trial

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.


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// Should Dzhokhar Tsarnaev be executed?

Globe Opinion is hosting a moderated forum during the course of the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial.

The Big Picture

The 2015 Boston Marathon

The running of the world-class Boston Marathon filled the cold and wet streets of the city for the 119th time.