Q&A CHRIS LONG
This season, Shelby Stevens of Natalie’s at Camden Harbour Inn began without her co-chef and fiance, Chris Long, by her side in the kitchen. He was recovering from a fractured skull he suffered in April.
Joe Biden’s case for Joe Biden
Who is a better antidote to the guarded Hillary Clinton and the safe campaign she is trying to run?
Please, no more posthumous awards!
Celebrate the living while we have them. Post-mortem festivities benefit only ourselves.
Berklee-honed Jersey boy Charlie Puth heads to the top
Puth, a New Jersey singer-songwriter whose neighbors include Springsteen and Bon Jovi, seems destined to join their ranks in his starry ascent.
US-led strikes in Iraq, Syria killed 459 civilians in year
US-led airstrikes targeting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria have probably killed at least 459 civilians over the past year, a report by an independent monitoring group said Monday.
Taxi drivers have a legitimate beef — but it’s not with Uber
Regulation doesn’t exist to protect one sort of transportation service over another; it’s there to protect consumers.
Maker of proton radiation system raises $200 million
Mevion Medical Systems Inc., a maker of equipment that treats cancerous tumors, has raised $200 million from investors.
Jeb Bush goes out on a limb for James K. Polk
Bush named Polk as one of the presidents he admired most — and generated controversy for the 11th commander in chief.
Jury declines to rule out death pentaly in Colo. theater rampage
A Colorado jury on Monday moved an important step closer to sentencing James E. Holmes to death for carrying out a massacre inside a suburban movie theater in July 2012.
What they’re saying: The Democratic primary, Planned Parenthood
What opinion writers around the world have to say about key issues.
UN states set goal to end poverty, hunger in next 15 years
The 193 member states of the United Nations have reached agreement on a new development agenda for the next 15 years that calls for eradicating poverty and hunger, among other goals.
To Forgive and Remember
Nardo Lopes finished his sentence for killing her Bobby and Isaura Mendes saw him not long ago when he came to visit his family up the street. It didn’t bother her. She wishes Nardo Lopes well. She hopes he leads a good, productive life from now on.
“If you can forgive someone,” she says, “you will be forgiven.”
Soldiers in Hungary begin building fence to stop migrants
Hungarian soldiers started building a fence Monday on the border with Serbia, an effort meant to stop the increasing flow of migrants trying to enter the European Union.
‘Thirty Years of Emerging Voices’ compiled by The Architectural League of New York
An architectural yearbook documenting nearly 250 pioneering and influential North American design firms.
Drone racing takes off
Crashes and other miscues are part of the drill when running a race for flying drones.
He’s 30, she’s 45 and worried
Will he look at me one day and think, “How did I end up with this old lady?”
Ex-trader given 14 years for Libor manipulation
Former UBS Group AG and Citigroup trader Tom Hayes is the first person to stand trial for manipulating the benchmark rate.
Mayors appointed to new MassDOT board
The new MassDOT board will include eleven members, in line with new legislation.