Court decisions on health care subsidies conflict

A federal court in Virginia upheld the subsidies for low- and middle-income people hours after another court ruled the opposite.

Customers walked in and out of Market Basket with protesting workers outside a Lowell store on Tuesday.

Joanne Rathe/Globe staff

Market Basket workers take protests to chain’s stores

More than 49,000 people have signed several petitions being circulated in support of the protest.

US, European airlines halt flights to Israel

The actions come after a rocket landed near a Tel Aviv airport and days after a Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down over Ukraine.

Christopher L. Gasper | Commentary

Red Sox should do Jon Lester deal now

Lester has assumed the risk of having a healthy, productive season entering free agency, and now he’s in position to reap the rewards.

Brian McCloskey has denied wrongdoing and wants his job back.

Ex-UNH women’s hockey coach charged with assault

UNH fired Brian McCloskey after he physically reprimanded a player during a Nov. 30 loss to Ohio State.

Evan Horowitz

Mass. children No. 1, but compared to whom?

From test scores to child poverty, Mass. children rank favorably in the US, but not when compared to similarly wealthy countries.

The addition of cornerback Darrelle Revis should improve the Patriots’ 18th-ranked pass defense last season.

Patriots training camp — what to watch for

The Patriots made significant changes since we last saw them on the field in the AFC title game. Here’s how they look as they get set for the 2014 season.

Newton South High School’s graduation on June 9.


The real reason for income inequality

The economy has been undergoing changes that benefit workers with skills and smarts, but leave behind those without.


Book Review

// ‘All I Love and Know’ by Judith Frank

A young, gay couple must deal with both grief and transformation when one of them becomes the guardian of an orphaned infant and a 6-year-old.