World-class study spaces
Kids aren’t necessarily getting the equivalent of the corner office, but gone are the days of a desk and bookshelf shoved into the corner of the bedroom.
AFL-CIO leader to walk with Joe Biden on Labor Day
The Pennsylvania event will highlight the vice president’s close ties to organized labor as he mulls a presidential campaign.
Move over, millennials. Gen Z is new target audience
Generation Z, loosely defined as those 20 and younger, are starting to spend their own money, and businesses are noticing.
Judge could rule on Deflategate as soon as Tuesday
The judge in the case will probably either uphold the Patriots quarterback’s four-game ban or will completely vacate it.
After 40 years, Fuller Brush man still going door to door
There are three Fuller Brush men left in Mass. Al Cohen, 64, is one of them.
MBTA repair bill up to $7.3b and may rise, panel says
A spokesman for Governor Baker praised the board for its work but did not commit to more money for the agency.
In stunning reversal, nanny’s murder case dropped
The medical examiner’s office said it could no longer stand by its ruling that a Cambridge infant’s death in 2013 was a homicide.
Joseph Kennedy says he’ll support Iran nuclear deal
Kennedy acknowledged that some voters in the district, which is heavily Jewish, might not favor his stance.
Time for Hillary Clinton to cut through the noise
Ads and high-profile endorsements can still be undermined.
US makes appeal for climate change action at Alaska conference
The Obama administration cautioned that the consequences that have hit the Arctic the hardest would soon engulf the world.
Stocks see worst month in 3 years
Investors were still sorting out conflicting messages on when the Federal Reserve Bank will raise interest rates.
Grenade kills officer outside Ukraine Parliament
As lawmakers took up a measure to give greater powers to separatists, nationalist protesters clashed with police outside parliament on Monday.
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.
Hacker known for work with Anonymous launches digital news service
Gregg Housh, a hacker who went to prison for illegal online activity, is recasting himself as a journalist.
Tips for an online age: What not to share
These days, sharing has graduated from the intimacy of a simple person-to-person gesture into something more like a public performance.
Specialists see no criminal trouble for Clinton in e-mail flap
Based on the public evidence, specialists in government secrecy law see almost no possibility of criminal action against Hillary Clinton or her top aides.
Walsh proposes 13.7 percent City Council pay hike
Councilors’ salaries would increase to $99,500 — but not the $105,000 that they want.
Migrants stalled at Austrian border
The Austrian police began checking vehicles crossing from Hungary overnight, finding 200 migrants and arresting at least five people.
Wes Craven, slasher of suburbs
Movies like “A Nightmare on Elm Street” required a generation of understimulated suburban teens.