Pro-Russian insurgents seize armored vehicles

Insurgents commandeered six Ukrainian armored vehicles along with their crews and hoisted Russian flags over them.

Korean coast guard boats worked at the site of the ferry sinking.

Search continues for survivors in ferry disaster

At least six people were confirmed dead after a South Korean ferry carrying mostly high school students sank.

Daily Dose

1 in 20 adult outpatients misdiagnosed, study reports

Sometimes the consequences are minor. But in more than 6 million patients a year, a misdiagnosis could have major effects.

New England economy growing moderately, Fed says

Despite economic growth, companies are cautious in their hiring, according to a survey by the Federal Reserve.

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Boston Marathon: Spectators’ guide

Time to explore the city, visit a great restaurant or two, and enjoy the first taste of spring.

Tech Lab

Fire TV’s not quite hot enough

Competing products offer better value for the money, and the market for external Internet boxes is bound to fade out in a few years.

Patrice Bergeron said the key to success in the Stanley Cup playoffs is not to get too high or too low.

stanley cup playoffs

Patrice Bergeron, Bruins are ready to roll

The veteran Bruins center enjoyed his extra time off late in the season but he’s anxious to begin the playoffs.

Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Warren memoir offers revealing inside tales

The campaign-style book, set to be released next week, contains colorful stories from the senator’s time in Washington.

Globe Insiders


// A Conversation with Governor Dukakis

Doug Most and former Governor Michael Dukakis discussed urban transportation and Boston’s historic MBTA.