FBI arrests Everett man in murder-for-hire plot

The suspect allegedly planned to wear a mask that would disguise himself as a black man when he committed the execution in NYC.

One dead in Texas university shooting, two detained

One person was killed and another wounded during a shooting at a Texas Southern University student-housing complex.

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President Obama is in Oregon to meet with families of victims of last week’s deadly college shooting.

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Donald Trump will attend a rally at Tyngsborough Elementary School on Friday, Oct. 16.

Brockton 6th-grader honored for heroism during fire

Synlina Rosa ran into a burning building to make sure her relatives and neighbors got out safely.

Judge allows defamation suit against Cosby to move forward

A federal judge in Springfield refused to throw out a suit connected to three women’s claims that the comedian sexually assaulted them.

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Timothy Kostka was found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2012 slaying of a 67-year-old woman in her apartment.

Social worker accused of paying teens for explicit images

Rick Hall, who owns North Shore Recovery Management in Reading, was ordered held on $100,000 cash bail.

The SUV hit an interior cinder block wall.

Walter Meireles

SUV injures 8 inside auto auction building

At the time of the crash in Framingham, a 78-year-old “contract driver” was moving a BMW that was on display inside.

FBI stats show crime dropped in Mass. in 2014

Both violent crime and property crime dropped across the state last year, according to data.



Rail trails an exercise in patience, planning, productivity

Communities such as Danvers have converted underutilized old tracks into a valuable recreational resource.

BOSTON, MA - SEPTEMBER 21: Xander Bogaerts #2 of the Boston Red Sox slaps high fives after a grand slam to retake the lead in the eighth inning against the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway Park on September 21, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Peter Abraham

What is the trade value of each Red Sox player?

Only two players appear untouchable. Here’s a look at the potential return for the rest of them.

Men’s fashion expert Jeff Lahens, at Frank & Oak on Newbury Street, says it’s important for men to know what they are looking for.

How to select the right men’s suit

A good suit is a loyal companion, accompanying a man through some of life’s most significant moments.

Michael A. Cohen

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The political equation has shifted and, Clinton is being pushed to stake out more liberal positions.

The one person whom Republicans of all stripes seem ready to embrace is Paul Ryan.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

What next for chaotic House GOP caucus?

Even as House Republicans gather in search of a plan to find a new speaker, it’s unclear whether anyone can gain the support of the full party.

Dining Out reviews

Where should you eat this week?

Check out the Globe’s reviews of dozens of Boston-area restaurants.

Julianne Moore (left) and Ellen Page in “Freeheld.”

Movie Review

Page and Moore make the dramatic case in ‘Freeheld’

Julianne Moore plays a dying New Jersey cop fighting to transfer her pension to her longtime partner (Ellen Page) in a dramatization of a 2007 news story.

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Patriots’ keys to victory over the Cowboys

An in-depth look at Sunday’s matchup, as the Patriots try to make it four straight wins.

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The jarring juxtapositions of the bikini-clad and the fully clothed casts into high relief the state of France in 2015.

Opinion & Ideas


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Nobody’s figured out a better way to imbue Wall Street bankers with a deeper sense of the common good.

Ground Game

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There are two key concepts to understand when it comes to the millennial vote in New Hampshire.

The Big Picture

Mic Smith/Associated Press

Historic flooding in South Carolina

Residents face uncertainty as they cope with major flooding after record-settings rains.


Scott Kirsner | Innovation Economy

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The courtyard behind the Charles Hotel holds a mirror to what we’re good at, and how we could get even better.


John L. Allen Jr.

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If there’s anyone on the planet who really doesn’t need help attracting interest, it’s probably Pope Francis.