House Democrats are dreaming about post-midterm possibilities

If the party is able to flip the chamber in November, more than 20 Democrats would gain power to compel reluctant witnesses to testify on Capitol Hill.

// At Mount Ida, mysterious benefactor provided a $16m loan

Rosalie Stahl, a 98-year-old New York City real estate investor, is a longtime personal client of college president Barry Brown.

Police and fire officials investigated a rollover car crash on Route 106 in East Bridgewater Saturday night.

Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff

Officials eye ‘number of factors’ in tragic E. Bridgewater crash

Four teen males were killed Saturday when their car was in a horrific rollover crash on Route 106. A fifth teen was taken to Boston Medical Center.

At Harvard’s 1968 commencement, police removed demonstrators from Harvard Yard. The group was protesting the choice of the Shah of Iran as commencement speaker. Third from right is Donald King.

Globe Staff/File

‘We had great horizons in the ’60s. What happened to them?’

Members of Harvard University’s class of 1968 are back on campus this week, still holding on to indelible memories of the tumult and tragedy that upended their undergraduate idyll.

Well-wishers lined the streets waiting ahead of the wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Windsor.

Yvonne Abraham

It was a break from the awful. We needed it

We saw way more novelty come to the centuries-old tradition of the British monarchy than we’ve seen for years in the distinctly American tradition of mass shootings.

A student reacted after retrieving her belongings at Santa Fe High School.

Santa Fe shooting suspect wanted to ‘have his story told’

Authorities said Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, has confessed to opening fire Friday at his Texas high school.

// Dershowitz again goes on the attack against Mueller investigation

Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard law professor, has been vocal in his criticisms of the investigation by Robert Mueller, and on Sunday he did not turn down the volume.

M/V Katama sailed toward Woods Hole earlier this year.

More issues for trouble-plagued Vineyard ferries

A mechanical failure led the Steamship Authority to cancel two afternoon trips and delay two others.

// Former New Orleans mayor to receive Profile in Courage award

Mitch Landrieu, who took down the city’s Confederate monuments, will be honored by the JFK Library.

How a trip to Mars thwarted and ignited love

One man lost his wife (through divorce). One couple found its footing. The wildly ambitious Mars One project has a mixed record when it comes to relationships.

NBA East Finals | Game 3: Cavaliers 116, Celtics 86

Dan Shaughnessy

// LeBron James proves he’s in no hurry to give up crown

There was no beating King James at home on the same day as a Royal Wedding.

Gary Washburn | On basketball

// Celtics knew Cavs were coming, and still couldn’t stop them

The Celtics were content after spending three days watching every NBA analyst talk about how Cleveland was playing out the string.

David Sinclair, professor of genetics and director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for the Biology of Aging, has been working on triggering an anti-aging enzyme called SIRT1.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

Researchers change their tune on reversing aging process

Serious scientists have long scoffed at the anti-aging claims made by companies pitching dubious products, but they’re taking a fresh look at the issue.


// Once again, Mookie Betts leads the way

Betts (who’s now hit a major league-leading 15 homers) and Andrew Benintendi went deep back to back to lift the Red Sox.

// ‘Saturday Night Live’ serves up an intriguing finish

The season’s final episode featured an impromptu meeting between President Trump (Alec Baldwin) and Robert Mueller (Robert De Niro).

Summer Arts preview

// The best in music, theater, art, TV, and more this summer

Your must-see guide to arts and entertainment this season, from Boston to the Berkshires and beyond.


// Millennials get plenty of financial advice — but most of it is wrong

Unlike past generations, young adults have unprecedented financial pressure.

// John Lewis rips on Trump in Roxbury: ‘I don’t care to see him’

Lewis spoke Saturday at Twelfth Baptist Church while endorsing incumbent colleague Michael Capuano in his primary battle.

Globe Magazine

// An experimental cancer treatment cured this dog. Could it work for people?

Our pets get sick in the same way we do. Finding cures for them is proving useful for us, too.

Starts & Stops

// In reversal, MBTA and Charlie Baker seek change in budget rules

The T says it’s a crucial long-term issue ahead of increased repair, expansion, and modernization work on the aging transit system.

// More Galvin employees found helping campaign during business hours

The Globe has found a growing number of examples of the secretary of state’s campaign closely intertwining with his public office.

Alex Speier

// With Jackie Bradley mired in a slump, what are the Red Sox’ options?

The outfielder’s struggles are becoming so extreme that his role could be in question.

Love Letters: The Podcast

Love Letters Podcast

// Getting over a breakup

Meredith Goldstein explores how to move on when a relationship ends.

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Opinion & Ideas

Ideas | Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

// America’s relentless pursuit of convenience and relaxation

Frontier spirit? As if. It’s the quest for convenience and sameness that shapes the American psyche.


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