1 dead in Roxbury shootout, officer ‘fighting for his life’

Humboldt Avenue in Roxbury was shut down Friday evening after a Boston police officer was shot.

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A Boston police officer was shot in the face, a suspect was killed, and a bystander was wounded during a confrontation in Roxbury, officials said.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Dear David Ortiz, since you brought it up . . .

Ortiz’s defense of himself against PED allegations was forceful, but some of his statements don’t sound quite right.

Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Warren responds after banks reportedly withhold donations to Democrats

Two banks reportedly decided to halt contributions to Senate Democrats unless Warren and Sherrod Brown tone down their rhetoric.

BetaBoston

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Plame, a former CIA covert operations officer, will serve on the advisory board of Boston-based Starling Trust Sciences.

The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate will be dedicated Monday.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

$78m Kennedy Institute set to open in Dorchester

The interactive museum is devoted to selling visitors on Edward Kennedy’s belief in the positive power of public service.

FOR Metro. Dorchester, MA 4/6/2011 Victoria Reggie

Vicki Kennedy opens up about the Kennedy Institute

The wife of Edward Kennedy spoke about the wishes of her husband before he died and the challenges of creating the institute.

The Arts Issue

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Boston Globe critics share what’s at the top of their list for books, visual arts, dance, film, pop music, classical music, and theater.

The Soyuz spacecraft launched Friday on its way to the International Space Station.

Astronauts blast off for year-long trip to space station

The trip is NASA’s first stab at a one-year spaceflight, anticipating Mars expeditions that would last two to three years.

Munch Madness 2015

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/03/17/BostonGlobe.com/Lifestyle/Images/munch-90.jpg Meet the Final Four

Which restaurants should make it to the Top 2? Vote now in the semifinal match-ups.

A rendering of the proposed development at 136 Shawmut Ave. in the South End, on the site of the former Holy Trinity German Catholic church.

Finegold Alexander Architects

Eye-popping design unveiled for condos in former South End church

Thursday, South End-based developer New Boston Ventures unveiled its dramatic plan to build a 58,000-square-foot boutique condominium building on the site of the former Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory on Shawmut Avenue, built in 1877.

Ellen Pao left the Civic Center Courthouse during a lunch break in her trial in San Francisco.

Jury rejects bias claims in Kleiner Perkins case

The decision came after a judge ordered the jury to resume deliberations after a discrepancy was discovered.

Amanda Knox in 2014.

Amanda Knox murder conviction overturned in Italy

The American said she was “relieved and grateful” to see the high-profile court saga come to a definitive end.

Hernandez was ‘normal’ after Lloyd’s death, fiancee says

The two men Aaron Hernandez allegedly committed a murder with were also “fine” hours after the killing of Odin Lloyd, Shayanna Jenkins testified.

Genzyme's current headquarters at 500 Kendall Square.

Genzyme moving to new Kendall Square headquarters in 2018

About 950 employees will move from one of the best-known landmarks in the city’s life science cluster to 50 Binney St.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/03/27/BostonGlobe.com/Foreign/Images/lubitz150-981.jpg Germanwings copilot excused from work by doctor on day of crash

The evidence came as authorities sought an explanation of why he locked himself into the cockpit and crashed the Airbus A320.

Crews retrieved items from the EgyptAir flight as a Coast Guard helicopter hovered above.

Germanwings crash recalls memories of EgyptAir disaster

The crash of the Cairo-bound EgyptAir flight from New York also raised questions about a copilot’s intentions.

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Someone may have ‘‘inappropriately accessed’’ a gas line before an explosion that injured nineteen people and left two missing.

Marathon trial podcast

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/02/28/BostonGlobe.com/Special/Advance/Images/podcast.jpg Episode 13: How the Marathon bombs were built

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

Opinion

Michael A. Cohen

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The simple fact of the matter is that the modern Republican Party has gone off the deep end.

The Big Picture

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Mascots bring the spirit

With the NCAA Tournament underway, the mascots are out in force to bring good luck to their teams.