Boston Marathon bombing trial

With relatives on stand, Tsarnaev shows emotion

After weeks of an impassive demeanor, convicted Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was seen wiping tears from his eyes.

Photo of a younger Dzhokhar Tsarnaev presented during the penalty phase of the trial.

Ex-Tsarnaev teacher cites compassion in decision to testify

When testifying last week, Becki Norris told jurors that Tsarnaev was among a handful of students she’ll always remember.

// Two men held without bail in JP shoveling crew slaying

The men allegedly conspired to kill a man on a snow-shoveling detail in February in Jamaica Plain.

// Ex-principal investigated for ‘conduct complaint’

Police are investigating the complaint against Jonathan Pizzi, who resigned as principal of Needham High over the weekend.

Police tape surrounded a vehicle searched by authorities in Phoenix Monday.

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Officials identify Garland shooting suspects

Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi were identified as the two men who were killed after they opened fire outside a Mohammed cartoon event.

New Bedford group stays alive in bid for casino

The competition between Brockton and New Bedford for the state’s third and final resort casino license is still alive.

// NYPD Officer Brian Moore dies from injuries

Brian Moore was shot while attempting to stop a man he suspected of carrying a handgun on Saturday.

Hillary Rodham Clinton has agreed to testify before Congress this month.

Clinton agrees to testify before Congress about Benghazi, e-mail

Hillary Clinton is willing to speak about attacks in Benghazi, Libya, and her e-mail practices, her lawyer said.

// ‘Powerlessness’ has fueled protests, Obama says

President Obama spoke about recent protests as he announced the launch of a nonprofit to help young black and Hispanic men.

Jordan Richards, Malcom Brown, and Shaquille Mason.


Meet the Patriots’ 2015 draft class

New England’s class includes 11 players drafted, eight on the final day.

// Executive David Goldberg died of head trauma after exercise accident

The SurveyMonkey CEO, 47, was exercising in a Mexican resort when he apparently slipped on the treadmill and hit the machine.

// Marathoner seeking man she kissed hears from wife

The unidentified man’s wife said the attention was fun but that the couple wanted to remain anonymous.

Environmentalists and solar power installers fear a halt in solar construction once the Eversource caps are reached.

Lane Turner/Globe Staff

Solar industry in limbo after task force’s divided report

The Baker administration has made it clear that it’s not ready to support an increase in the caps on net metering.

// Tyler Tumminia has baseball in her blood

The wife of Red Sox GM Ben Cherington is the daughter of a longtime scout and oversees operations for four minor league teams.

Dan Shaughnessy

// Pedro Martinez as good as ever in his new book

The Hall of Famer tells it just as he sees it in his new book, which is due out Tuesday.


Smile if you like arguing about fluoridated water

When it comes to public health, usually there’s peace of mind in trusting the experts.

// Too early for the beach? Boston temperature soars into 80s

Sunny, clear skies and warm weather are expected all week.

Logan Airport officials plan to curb energy consumption, cut emissions, and spend millions to protect runways from rising seas.

Logan climate plan aims to protect against sea rise

Officials plan to cut carbon emissions, curb energy consumption, and spend millions to protect runways from rising seas.

Kate Duchess of Cambridge held her newborn baby as they left St. Mary's Hospital.

How popular is the name Charlotte?

The name of the new royal princess has been popular in the United Kingdom for several years and has recently taken off in the US.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 25: Old friends, teachers remember Tsarnaev as ‘kind’

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



// If not the public, who is going to bankroll UMass?

Marty Meehan, the new president, is pledging to raise more money than any predecessor. From whom – and at what price?

The Big Picture

Georgiy Samsonov (L), Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters

The big picture

Berlin battleground—70 years later

Decades after the Battle for Berlin, Reuters photographer Fabrizio Bensch unearthed pictures by a Red Army photographer that depicted his portrayal of a city laid siege.