Hillary Clinton courts liberals in N.H.
In the first trip to New Hampshire of her campaign, Clinton sought to unite the party behind her.
Marathon victim’s nurse finds an unexpected peace
Stephen Segatore carries an unshakable belief that when she died, Krystle Campbell was not suffering.
Marathon back on the road to normal
This year, the 119-year old race began to return to its roots as a civic celebration and internationally acclaimed athletic competition.
Group fights children’s video app
A Boston consumer group told federal regulators Monday that YouTube Kids should be subject to existing federal regulations meant to protect children from deceptive TV advertising.
Boston Globe wins Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing
Globe editorial writer Kathleen Kingsbury won the award for a series of editorials about restaurant labor.
Conn. mobster said he had stolen Gardner art, FBI alleges
Robert Gentile offered to sell two of the paintings stolen in the 1990 heist for $500,000 apiece, a prosecutor said.
Lincoln Elementary is ‘just a school’ trying to teach kids
This K-5 school in Revere is fighting to even the educational playing field.
For Tsarnaev jury, records suggest death sentence is the exception
The jury that convicted Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will reconvene on Tuesday to begin considering whether he should be sentenced to death.
6 Somali-Americans arrested in Islamic State recruiting case
Federal authorities said Monday that they had broken up an Islamic State recruitment ring in Minnesota, arresting six young Somali-American men who tried for months to travel to Syria to join the terrorist group.
Alabama Shakes, ‘Sound & Color’
Rockers Alabama Shakes meandered from gauzy, slow-burning ballads to bracing blasts of riffing and shouting.
Captain in migrant disaster arrested, officials say
The captain was also charged with multiple reckless homicide in connection with the sinking, the Associated Press reported.
City Council races drawing few candidates
“I think people are electioned out,” said City Councilor Stephen J. Murphy.
New York man who plotted to join terror group gets 25 years
Marcos Alonso Zea pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
UK family of six trying to join Islamic State arrested in Turkey
The missing British couple with four children were believed to have been heading to Syria to join the Islamic State.
Sincerity, joy reflected in Liotard’s ‘Mirror’
Painting a girl singing to her reflection, Jean-Etienne Liotard expresses a sincerity, a joy, and a lack of self-censure that are altogether remarkable.
The new science of medicine
The US is in the midst of an awkward transition from the industrial age of health care to the math-based information age.
Minutemen gather for Patriots Day reenactments
While the story is always the same, spectators found a thrill in seeing the Battle of Lexington in action.
Expert witness says officer wrong to fire final shots in 2 suspects’ killing
The witness said patrol officer Michael Brelo, 31, put himself at risk of being shot by the suspects or by police gunfire.
US warship heads to Yemeni waters to block Iran weapons
USS Theodore Roosevelt is steaming toward the waters off Yemen to beef up security and join other American ships.