Mass. men charged in alleged $15m Ponzi scheme

Seven men, including two from Malden and Revere, were accused of defrauding more than 1,400 investors worldwide.

Retired justice Stephen Martin posed under the bridge (since rebuilt) from which Vermont farmer Orville Gibson’s body tumbled into the Connecticut River in late 1957.

Corey Hendrickson for The Boston Globe

Decades after Vt. man’s death, a new theory emerges

If a retired Vermont Supreme Court justice is right, a forsaken farmer found a way to haunt the fields in Newbury forever.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, front, and U.S. Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman met with foreign ministers of Germany, France, China, Britain, Russia and the European Union at a hotel in Vienna.

Deadline for deal with Iran pushed back again

The US and other world powers are blowing past yet another deadline, extending nuclear talks to Friday.

Fort Point to field artist project proposals for harbor space

Creative thinkers are being asked to come up with an artistic plan to enliven the waters of the Fort Point Channel.

People lined up Tuesday to withdraw cash from a bank machine in central Athens. Limits remain on ATM withdrawals in Greece, and banks in the country are still closed.

Lack of new Greek proposals leaves eurozone on edge

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is hoping to secure a rescue from European leaders and keep his country in the euro.

REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/07/07/BostonGlobe.com/National/Images/_MG_6507A-1699[1].jpg How a story about Richmond’s past came to be

The legacy of slavery and the Confederacy is still passionately felt 150 years after the end of the Civil War.

Police prepared to began a recovery operation on Monday for 7-month-old Aaden Moreno.

Search for baby in Conn. river turns to recovery operation

A man jumped off a bridge into the Connecticut River with his 7-month-old son, police said Monday.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., spoke at a campaign rally in Portland, Maine.

reporter’s notebook

In 1973 magazine, Sanders’ interviewing skills were on display

Reading Bernie Sanders interviewing George Aiken in 1973 comes as a refreshing departure from what you might expect.

Comcast to give download speeds a boost

The company said Tuesday that it would be boosting the download speeds of certain customers without raising their bills.

At $10 a glass, craft juice bars find a market in Boston

In the past six months, shops selling high-end juice have opened in Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Chinatown, Coolidge Corner, and Harvard Square.

John L. Allen Jr. | Crux

Vatican sex abuse trial a pivotal moment for Pope Francis

The trial of former papal diplomat Josef Wesolowski is the first major test of the criminal justice system under Francis.

Jared Fogle.

FBI raids home of Subway spokesman Jared

The FBI said Tuesday that they were conducting an investigation, but wouldn’t confirm it involved Jared Fogle.

A female shark named Avery was the first great white to be tagged off Cape Cod this season.

First great white shark of the season tagged off Cape Cod

The 13-foot shark, named Avery, was tagged in an effort to help researchers further study the animals.

Boston Celtics' Terry Rozier (12) defends against Utah Jazz's Dante Exum (11) during the first half of an NBA summer league basketball game Monday, July 6, 2015, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Adam Himmelsbach

On Day 1 of summer league, mixed reviews for Celtics

Marcus Smart and Jordan Mickey stood out, but R.J. Hunter had a rough go of it Monday.

JOAN VENNOCHI

BU professor teaches a lesson in offensive speech

Boston University should stand by Saida Grundy, whose race-based views have sparked controversy.

The ski lift accident took place March 21.

Sugarloaf Mountain focuses on lift improvement after malfunction

Seven people were hurt in March when the King Pine lift rolled backward unexpectedly with riders onboard.

Lincoln County reserve deputy Mark Walsh waved to a passing motorist while stationed in front of the house where one of the bodies was discovered.

Derek Davis/Portland Press Herald

Maine man killed wife, son, then self, police say

State Police say detectives have concluded Svend Jorgensen shot his wife and son and then turned the gun on himself.

The largest US television audience for a soccer match tuned in Sunday to see the American side win the Women’s World Cup.

Shira Springer | Fair Play

Women’s Cup winners paid $2m, far below men’s $35m

With another World Cup win 16 years later, the US women’s team is enjoying its moment again. But it should be more than that.

Ground Game

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/07/04/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/christie2-8897.jpg In N.H., Chris Christie says he’s ‘Telling It Like It Is’

Christie is trying to win over voters with charm and personal rapport.

Opinion

JEFF JACOBY

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/07/06/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/Jeff_Jacoby_150px-1214.jpg Hillary Clinton ropes reporters

Shielding the former secretary of state from reporters’ questions has become something of a specialty for her political operation.

The Big Picture

Petros Giannakouris/Associated Press

Greece rejects austerity

The Greek people voted to reject the creditors’ deal for more austerity measures in exchange for rescue loans.