A tidal wave in anti-Semitic incidents has many concerned

The pace of incidents is on track to surpass the most recorded nationally in more than a decade.

Adrian Walker

//[1]-10237.jpg No one wants to pay to fix this crumbling garage, and that’s telling

The unwillingness of officials to take responsibility says much about the way they view UMass Boston.

Alexander Theroux allegedly “engaged in sexual misconduct toward a student in the 1970s,” school officials said in 2016.

Former N.H. legislator alleges abuse at Phillips Andover

Marie Sapienza says Alexander Theroux, previously accused of abusing students, attacked her in the early 1980s.

// ‘Spectacular’ Monday followed by two days of rain

Get out there and enjoy sunny Monday because Tuesday and Wednesday will be all wet.

// Aaron Hernandez’s funeral to be held today

A lifetime’s worth of aspirations and transgressions will be laid to rest in Connecticut, five days after Hernandez was found dead in his jail cell.

// Probation Dept. corruption case ends — finally

The long saga of the public corruption case of former Probation head John O’Brien and two top deputies has officially ended.


// Border tax plan pits local chocolate boutique against Paul Ryan

This lobbying brawl pits many national retail chains against an array of corporate titans.

// Aquarium says tower project puts its future at stake

The nonprofit is seeking a financial guarantee from developer Don Chiofaro, who wants to build on the current Harbor Garage site.


// This state is a laboratory for the future of Alzheimer’s in America

North Dakota finds itself on the leading edge of a boom that it never would have chosen: Alzheimer’s disease.


// French presidential runoff to feature a pair of outsiders

Far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron meet in the May 7 final vote.

“Whomever does buy [the property], they can reap the fruits, too, because I’ve done my time,” said Virginia J. Luscinski, who lived in the shadow of the South Bay Center for years.

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Why is this house listed for $6 million? Location, location, location

Virginia Luscinski wants to cash in on the “sacrifice” she’s made in the years she’s spent living in the shadow of the South Bay Center.



// Gerald Green to the rescue? Who would have thought?

The swingman made coach Brad Stevens look like a genius once again by helping turn the tide of the Celtics-Bulls series.

Orioles third baseman Manny Machado reacted after a pitch was thrown behind his head in the eighth inning.


Dustin Pedroia didn’t like the way things went down

Pedroia apologized to Manny Machado, who injured the Red Sox second baseman Friday, for a pitch thrown behind the Baltimore star’s head on Sunday.

// Fast Forward: Congress is baaaack, and remembering the Easter Rising

President Trump wants to have a big week, and more of the news you need to know to rev up your day.


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Trump Today: The border wall is back

The White House wants money for the wall to be included in a spending bill that must be passed by the end of the week, but opposition remains.


// Another accuser, former Boston reporter, comes forward in Roger Ailes case

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota, who once worked at Fox News, says Ailes started criticizing her work after she rejected his advances.

Sunday's best

//[1].jpg For Tom Brady, a new charitable calculus

The star’s relationship with Best Buddies International has changed in recent years.


// Jury felt a heavy burden in Hernandez case

Lindsey Stringer, the jury’s forewoman, describes the emotional weight of being immersed in the trial for so many weeks.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Michael Dukakis and Michelle Wu

// Moving Winthrop Square proposal out of the shadows

We don’t have enough information to know if this proposed tower and legislative compromise is the best solution.

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Summer of ‘67

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn’t immune. But something was happening here.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// WATCH: Science saved her life, so she marched for it

Adriana Landeros credits her career in science with giving her a second chance — one she worries others may never get.