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Enough with the niceties with Russia
The US needs to speak with force about the evidence surrounding Russia’s role in the downed jetliner and its role in fueling the war in Ukraine.
Anticipation high as ART debuts ‘Neverland’
The musical teams artistic director Diane Paulus with film titan Harvey Weinstein in what could be ART’s biggest Broadway-bound production yet.
Statement from Market Basket executives on worker firings
Market Basket’s co-chief executives said Tuesday that “we took the difficult step of termination only after we saw no alternative.”
Market Basket regulars find ready alternatives
Supermarkets across Massachusetts are experiencing a rush of business from customers once loyal to Market Basket.
Voters split on sheltering children
A Globe poll found Mass. voters split on providing temporary shelter for up to 1,000 unaccompanied immigrant children on a state air base.
Tsarnaev friend faces gun charge
A firearm in the case is the same model alleged to have been used in the shooting of MIT police officer Sean Collier.
Police chiefs rip change in gun bill
Top officials blasted the removal of a provision intended to keep rifles and shotguns from dangerous people.
Food safety in numbers
Even a food editor can feel she is being grilled when it comes to correct temperatures and practices for handling, cooking, and storing food.
US halts flights to Israel
A Hamas rocket exploded Tuesday near Israel’s main airport, prompting the ban on all flights from the United States.
Courts issue opposite decisions on health care
It appears unlikely that Tuesday’s rulings will have any bearing in Massachusetts.
State crackdown shuts migrant labor camps in Western Mass.
The shut down came last year after finding migrant workers underpaid, overworked, and living in squalor.
Coakley’s Partners settlement tripping up Baker, Grossman
You don’t have to go to the beach to look for flip-flops this summer. There’s a pair in the gubernatorial race.
Condo bill would toughen rules for document access
Condo owners often need their associations’ financial information to refinance or put their homes up for sale.
Logan’s new kiosks lessen customs wait
The first 20 kiosks were installed last month and have reduced processing times by about 19.4 percent, according to US Customs.
As US economy hums, some see peril overseas
Just as the U.S. economy is strengthening, other countries are threatening to drag it down.
GateHouse Media parent to buy Providence Journal
New Media Investment Group reached an agreement to purchase the newspaper in a cash deal, the company announced Tuesday.
Bodies and black boxes from Malaysia flight arrive in Ukraine-controlled city
KHARKIV, Ukraine — Bodies of victims and the flight recorders from the Malaysia Airlines jetliner destroyed by a missile last week over eastern Ukraine were delivered by a lumbering freight train Tuesday to Kharkiv, a city controlled by the central government, completing the initial phases of an agreement with pro-Russian rebels negotiated by Malaysia. But international anger was still swelling over the mistreatment of the victims.
Netanyahu should consider future costs of Gaza invasion
Israel’s immediate gains risk exacerbating the long-term problem, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stance calls into question the viability of a two-state solution.
Senate panel takes on tax inversions
The chorus of voices on Capitol Hill calling for an end to corporate inversions grew louder on Tuesday.