Officer shot in Roxbury improving after surgery
Officer John Moynihan is recovering and in stable condition after a bullet was removed from his neck Sunday.
Warren’s appeal mined for money
In the parlance of online marketing, Senator Warren generates clicks. She doesn’t just boost e-commerce, she creates it.
Tsarnaev’s defense team set to start making its case
As early as Monday, the jury — and all of Boston — could start to hear an explanation of why the Tsarnaevs set off the bombs at the Marathon.
Parents’ absorption in mobile devices can take a toll on kids
Much has been made of kids’ use of devices and how much screen time is too much. Far less has been said about parents as the offenders.
Hub schools’ language barriers persist
The violations are so widespread that the school system is concerned that federal agencies might head to court to force compliance.
Boston 2024 works to address early mistakes
As organizers regroup and focus on a 19-month battle to win support, they are aware they need to avoid any more political pitfalls.
Edward M. Kennedy Institute aims to inspire
The institute is a reminder of everything the Senate was designed to be — and everything it can be again, the senator’s widow writes.
NSA discussed ending secret collection of calling records
Officials said some people in the agency believed the costs of the program outweighed the meager counterterrorism benefits.
Arab leaders agree on joint military force; vow to keep up strikes on Yemeni rebels
The Arab states said Sunday they had agreed to form a permanent joint military force to counter both Iranian influence and Islamist extremism, a gesture many analysts attributed in large part to their drive for more independence from Washington.
A two-day summit of the Arab League ended with a vow to defeat Iranian-backed Shi’ite rebels in Yemen with a continued campaign of air strikes as well as a possible ground invasion, if needed.
‘Cancer’ an unblinking look at the enemy
The film is an unsentimental and clear-eyed portrait of what is called “one of the most significant challenges in our history.”
Police say no threat to public after 3 found dead in N.H.
Authorities said they are not currently seeking any suspects after three were found dead in a sprawling Bedford home.
The wicked irony of Holy Week
Intended to transform suffering, these observances became, down through the ages, a transcendent source of suffering.
2 bodies recovered among debris at site of explosion in NYC
Two men have been missing since the blast Thursday afternoon, which destroyed three buildings and injured 22 people.
Court papers detail chilling murder plot allegedly carried out by Virginia man to kill woman in Bourne
Prosecutors say Adrian Loya had a plan: on his 31st birthday, he would murder Lisa Trubnikova. So he allegedly wrote an essay about why his fellow Coast Guard member deserved to die, and he traveled to Bourne from his home in Chesapeake, Virginia. He stalked Trubnikova and her wife, videotaping them with a camera affixed to a tree outside their Roundhouse Road house, according to court documents.
Historical Chestunt Hill Foursquare gets a modern update
With dated interiors and a choppy layout, making this 1880s Chestnut Hill Foursquare inviting by today’s standards seemed like a big undertaking.
Iran backs away from key component of nuclear agreement
With the deadline two days away, Iranian officials said they are no longer willing to ship their atomic fuel out of the country.
Common ground on the ‘doc fix’
Congress overwhelmingly set permanent rates for physician payment under Medicare.
Rare Civil War images acquired by Library of Congress will be posted online
A Houston homemaker who quietly collected rare images for 50 years sold more than 500 photographs to the library.
In N.H., training citizens to challenge presidential candidates
Given a chance to ask a question or two of a presidential candidate, would you be bold enough to do so? In New Hampshire, activists are trained in the art of persistence.
Investigators face complex task with inquiry into copilot
As aviation experts in the French Alps piece together the shattered fragments of the German jetliner that crashed there, investigators in Germany are engaged in a task that is at least as challenging: trying to understand what drove Andreas Lubitz to apparently fly the plane into a mountainside.