The “Bay State boondoggle” is at risk as Congress considers a bill that would end extra payments for Massachusetts hospitals.
A man with ties to Marathon bomb suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was shot and killed while being questioned about a 2011 unsolved triple murder in Waltham.
The state’s unemployment rate, which was 6.4 percent in April, is expected to decline to 5.2 percent by the end of 2017, a report predicts.
Gabriel Gomez reports 6 years of income to be $10.1 million
The Republican nominee for the US Senate special election paid an effective tax rate of 21 percent over that period.
A woman who was allegedly raped and shot five times testified in the trial of Keith Luke.
From around the world, flags honor Boston
The Museum of Fine Arts will unveil a mile-long display of 1,500 flags from around the world to bring messages of hope to a city trying to heal.
Don’t let bloatware suck your phone’s memory: Delete apps you don’t need, shut off Facebook notifications, and clear the cache.
Game 4 | Bruins at Rangers, 7 p.m.
Bruins’ scrappy fourth line embracing role
Expectations for Daniel Paille, Gregory Campbell, and Shawn Thornton were humble, but their contributions are a big part of the Bruins’ playoff success.
New York just isn’t a hockey kind of town
There is no buzz in the city around the Rangers, who trail far behind the Knicks, Yankees, Giants and Jets for local attention.
Longevity a liability for Ed Markey?
We like electricity and fresh faces: Deval Patrick, Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren. It’s hard when you’ve been around as long as Markey.
Man slain in Marathon inquiry has record of outbursts
Ibragim Todashev was involved in altercations in Florida and Mass., public records show.
Red Sox 6, White Sox 2
Red Sox snap skid with win over White Sox
Clay Buchholz improved to 7-0 and Andrew Bailey returned to close out a win that ended a 6-3 road trip.
Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray resigns
Murray abruptly announced Wednesday he will leave in June to lead the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Nation & World
Residents in Okla. return to neighborhoods in pieces
Two days after a huge tornado barreled through, authorities allowed residents to search for belongings and assess damage.
IRS official denies misleading Congress
The official who disclosed the agency had targeted conservative groups denied she had provided false information.
Menino savors preview of Innovation District hub
Mayor Thomas M. Menino toured the new steel-clad “District Hall” on Wednesday, a victory lap of sorts.
‘Save Me’: Anne Heche becomes enlightened
There’s nothing funny or fresh about “Save Me,” which NBC is burning off over the next few weeks.