Black-market drug website used to gauge public health

Anyone can visit StreetRx to learn about drug prices, and anyone can post information and rate the deals.

Karen Odom, seen with her husband, John, during his recovery, says they would prefer to see Dzhokhar Tsarnaev “rot in prison . . . the death penalty is too good for him.”

Bill Greene /Globe Staff/file

Richards’ heartfelt plea raises complex issues about death penalty

Whether the family’s opposition to the death sentence could have a significant impact on the trial’s penalty phase was a matter of intense debate.

// Forum restaurant empty as Marathon approaches

The restaurant’s devastation and its subsequent rebuilding created one of the many powerful stories of the city’s recovery from those events.

Chelmsford man charged with second murder-for-hire plot

Andrew Gordon, accused of trying to hire someone to attack his wife, is charged again for allegedly trying to hire someone to kill a state trooper.

// Newton agrees to buy ex-college site to relieve overcrowding

Mayor Setti Warren said the site would house the city’s preschool program and help relieve elementary school overcrowding.

The FBI visited the home of Robert Gentile in 2012.

Man eyed in Gardner art heist probe arrested

The Hartford crime figure’s attorney said the arrest was another effort to force him to reveal information he doesn’t have.

// $63 million verdict in Children’s Motrin case upheld

A little girl nearly died and was left legally blind after taking one of the country’s most common household medicines.

// ESPN’s Britt McHenry suspended after tirade caught on video

The reporter, in a sweatshirt and blonde bun, was seen berating a towing company clerk after her car was towed.

21 potential GOP candidates stream into New Hampshire

In the history of the New Hampshire presidential primary, there have never been so many potential Republican presidential candidates.

Sunset on I-80 West.

Thomas Farragher

The voices Hillary Rodham Clinton didn’t hear

I decided to do what Hillary Clinton didn’t — stop along the way, get off I-80 here and there, and listen.


// E-mail shows Affleck asked PBS to censor slave-owning ancestry

A hacked Sony e-mail reveals that Ben Affleck demanded that the PBS show “Finding Your Roots” remove the fact that one of the actor’s ancestors owned slaves.

Spring Real Estate Preview

// Tight home inventories mean a sellers’ market this spring

The number of single-family homes on the market has fallen, on a year-over-year basis, for 37 consecutive months.

Deep Breath

// Bad marriage may hurt your health

As anyone in a relationship knows, a spouse’s stress can be contagious. A new study finds that it even has health consequences.

Stage review

//©RahPetherbridgePhotograhy-ShitfacedShakespeare_-95(1).jpg Alcohol and ‘Dream’ don’t mix at Davis Square Theatre

In pure theater terms, the drunk-actor strategy doesn’t work in “(Expletive)-Faced Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’’

Boston, MA - 04/17/15 (2nd inning) Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval (48)slides into second base with his legs extended which may have been the reason for a retaliatory pitch later in the game. The Boston Red Sox take on the Baltimore Orioles in Game 1 of a four game series at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 18Red Sox-Orioles, LOID: 8.0.4185817738.

Barry Chin/The Boston Globe


Red Sox take walkoff win over Orioles

Xander Bogaerts’s RBI single with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning scored Mike Napoli from second base.

// Hanley Ramirez smashes hole in left-center wall at Fenway

During batting practice, Ramirez made his mark just to the right of the Green Monster.

The small patch of roof is above Yawkey Way behind the Fenway Park sign.

Rooftop garden brings fresh greens to Fenway

Vegetables and herbs are being grown for fine dining at the ballpark’s EMC Club.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 18: Tsarnaev found guilty on all counts

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.


Robert Kuttner

// Obama’s trade agreements are a gift to corporations

The real intriguing question is why Obama invests so much political capital in promoting agreements like these.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Coachella 2015

Music fans gathered to hear a wide variety of musical styles at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.