John Wilson, at 92; artist spurred by social realities
Mr. Wilson, who grew up in Roxbury, painted, sculpted, and made prints out of his home studio in Brookline.
Lawyers hunt too-eager Tsarnaev jurors
Attorneys are watching for those trying too hard to get on the panel in one of the most watched cases in Boston history.
Boston vows to review process for parking permits
The review comes after the Globe found that more than 300 residences have five parking permits or more.
Homeowners tap into equity as refinancing surges
A recent mini-refinancing boom is leading homeowners to pump extra cash into remodeling projects and other investments.
Scientists find Belichick’s explanation plausible
Four of Boston’s best scientific minds agreed: If you take a ball from a warm place to a cool place, it will lose air pressure.
Andy Murray’s ‘77’ ignores women’s sports
The narrative around the number reinforces the notion that men’s athletic achievements are the big game.
Funding an issue for program that helps new mothers
Mothers around the state took advantage of a free program aimed at staving off postpartum depression and anxiety. So why has funding dried up?
Voters in Greece put down austerity program
Greece on Sunday sent a warning signal to the rest of Europe as the left-wing Syriza party won a decisive victory in national elections.
Obama seeks to expand protection of Arctic wildlife
The president wants to designate 12 million acres as wilderness, including potential oil-producing areas of the coastal plain.
Up to 3 feet of snow expected to hobble region
The hardest-falling snow will likely fall between midnight Monday to midafternoon Tuesday.
‘Equal pay for equal work’ isn’t so simple
Women’s pay will be most helped by paying attention to the details.
At Sundance this year, women loom large
This year’s festival seems more focused than usual on what women are doing behind the camera and in front of it.
In visit, Obama cites strides in India-US talks
President Obama swept aside past friction with India on Sunday to report progress on climate change and civilian nuclear power cooperation.
MIT sued after 2009 suicide of student
The student’s family alleges the school did not do enough to help him even though they had for months shared concerns about his mental well-being.
Mid-Atlantic states gird for wallop from potential blizzard
The huge snowstorm is expected to hit particularly hard in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, dumping 2 to 3 feet of snow by Tuesday.
The many ways we misinterpret animal behavior
We want to understand animals — and we want them to like us — and this colors our perceptions.
One high court vote can be pivotal in execution cases
There are nine justices on the Supreme Court. It takes four votes to hear a case, but it takes five to stay an execution. That can leave a lethal gap.
Father of Molly victim speaks to students about its dangers
The death of Brittany Flannigan, who overdosed while at a 2013 House of Blues concert in Boston, still haunts her father.
Deer Prudence: allow small hunt in Blue Hills
Maintaining the status quo will only exacerbate the serious overcrowding and create a greater public safety issue.
Congress should let cities provide their own Internet
About 80 percent of Americans either do not have access to 25 megabit-per-second Internet or can only access it through one provider.