Time for Hillary Clinton to cut through the noise
Ads and high-profile endorsements can still be undermined.
Seeing Rijksmuseum’s 10-year renovation in stops and starts
Oeke Hoogendijk’s documentary “The New Rijksmuseum” looks at the renovation of the great Amsterdam museum.
Wes Craven, slasher of suburbs
Movies like “A Nightmare on Elm Street” required a generation of understimulated suburban teens.
Austrian border backup and confusion challenge Europe amid migrant crisis
VIENNA — Europe struggled Monday with traffic backups on Hungary’s border with Austria, stalled trains packed with refugees bound for Germany and deepening policy confusion over the migrant crisis — punctuated by a warning from Germany’s leader that the European open-border policy was at risk.
Migrants bike into Norway at remote Arctic border crossing
As Europe grapples with record-breaking numbers of migrants, a trickle of asylum seekers from Syria have found an unlikely route: biking from Russia.
Give it up, Ohio: Denali is back
Laying claim to another state’s landform seems more than a little presumptuous.
Could a negative Yelp review lead to a lawsuit?
A Charleston, S.C., restaurant’s “dining contract” warns guests against making defamatory statements. But can it be enforced?
Protests in Iraq bring fast promises, but slower changes
BAGHDAD — Surrounded by the clamor of protest — a sea of Iraqi flags, vendors selling coffee and melon drinks, protesters singing the national anthem and railing against politicians — two friends paused and described their dreams.
Grandstanding on tuition hike won’t help UMass
State leaders need to sit down with the new president of UMass.
Judge sides with antiabortion group in birth control case
A federal judge on Monday sided with an antiabortion group in its challenge of a key birth control provision of the Obama administration’s health care overhaul.
Coffee, Sofia Vergara style
The actress will play a big role as Newton-based SharkNinja expands into a new product line.
Last Titanic lunch menu, saved by survivor, going to auction
The Titanic’s last lunch menu — saved by a passenger who climbed aboard the so-called “Money Boat” before the ocean liner went down — is going to auction, where it’s estimated it will bring $50,000 to $70,000.
Mass. General ad campaign takes on Children’s
“Your kids won’t always be young,” one ad declares, “but they’ll always be welcome at Massachusetts General Hospital.”
VHS Camcorder app is a retro delight
The wildly popular VHS Camcorder app uncannily mimics the look, feel, sound, and functionality of a clunky old VHS camera.
What’s in 90 percent of seabirds’ guts? 1 word: Plastics
As many as nine out of 10 of the world’s seabirds likely have pieces of plastic in their guts, a new study estimates.
Kansas man sentenced to 20 years for airport bomb plot
A Kansas man who plotted a suicide bomb attack aimed at causing “maximum carnage” at a Wichita airport was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison
Looking for a Dunkin’ Donuts? Ask Gronk
You can now get directions from Rob Gronkowski on the Waze app.
Fossils show big bug ruled the seas 460 million years ago
Earth’s first big predatory monster was a weird water bug as big as Tom Cruise, newly found fossils show.
Google pairs with Sanofi to move diabetes patients to Cloud
Google Inc.’s life science unit is still seeking a name but it already has a foe: diabetes. The US Internet giant on Monday agreed to work with the French drug maker Sanofi to devise new ways of managing a disease that afflicts 382 million people worldwide, adding to recent deals with Novartis AG and DexCom Inc.
OPEC ready to talk to other producers to get ‘fair’ price
OPEC, the producer of 40 percent of the world’s oil, has renewed its readiness to talk to other crude exporters to achieve ‘‘fair and reasonable prices.”