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.

Marathon to be ‘safest place on the planet,’ race director says

About 3,500 uniformed and plain-clothes police officers and National Guard soldiers are set to be dispatched along the course.

// Man arraigned on multiple charges after bomb scare

“I knew what I was doing, it was being conceived in my head,” Kevin Edson allegedly said after his arrest on Boylston Street.

Tsarnaev may get unmonitored visits with family

A federal judge brushed aside security concerns, but said he would wait for two weeks before issuing a final decision.

Lamb, spring vegetables, capture the best tastes of the season

Chef Jeremy Sewall calls his presentation of tender lamb, asparagus, fava beans, peas, and mushrooms “a spring awakening.”

// Last winter Marathon runners fueled themselves on comfort foods

Newton sports nutrition counselor Nancy Clark, who has finished eight marathons, including one Boston, counseled runners this year to make hot cocoa.

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.


How Bruins, Red Wings match up in playoffs

Who has the edge in the first-round series? Fluto Shinzawa explores how Boston and Detroit will line up.

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// A Conversation with Governor Dukakis

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


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Jackie Bradley Jr. could face a demotion to Pawtucket, despite playing well.

Red Sox have a roster crunch coming

With Shane Victorino due to return from the DL soon, the Sox likely will have to decide between keeping Jackie Bradley Jr. or Mike Carp.