Thomas Farragher

The voices Hillary Clinton didn’t hear

Sunset on I-80 West.

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Columnist Thomas Farragher decided to do what Hillary didn’t — stop along the way, get off I-80 here and there, and listen.

Live video

// Presidential hopefuls to speak at GOP summit in N.H.

Globe reporters are providing updates from the First-in-the-Nation Republican Leadership Summit in Nashua.

The FBI visited the home of Robert Gentile in 2012.

Gardner heist suspect tried to negotiate paintings’ sale, feds say

The assertion came after Robert Gentile was arrested Friday on unrelated gun charges.

Andrew S. Gordon faced a new charge on Friday.

Chelmsford man again accused of seeking out hit man

Andrew Gordon, accused of trying to hire someone to attack his wife, allegedly sought out a man to kill a witness in that case.

Heavy snowfall kept these buses off the road and parked in a lot in Charlestown during Boston’s winter weather.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/File 2015

Schools use novel way of making up snow days

A state policy allows districts to offer instructional projects and activities that students can complete outside the classroom.

Black-market drug website used to gauge public health

Anyone can visit StreetRx to learn about drug prices, and anyone can post information and rate the deals.

// SJC upholds $63m verdict in Children’s Motrin case

Lawyers for a Plymouth family had argued that Johnson & Johnson failed to adequately warn about potential side effects.

Deep Breath

// Bad marriage may hurt your health

As anyone in a relationship knows, a spouse’s stress can be contagious. A new study finds that it even has health consequences.

Spring Real Estate Preview

// Tight home inventories mean a sellers’ market this spring

The number of single-family homes on the market has fallen, on a year-over-year basis, for 37 consecutive months.

Karen Odom, seen with her husband, John, during his recovery, says they would prefer to see Dzhokhar Tsarnaev “rot in prison . . . the death penalty is too good for him.”

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Richard family’s heartfelt plea raises complex issues

In legal circles, the impact of the family’s opposition to the death penalty in the Tsarnaev case was a matter of intense debate.

// Forum restaurant empty as Marathon approaches

The restaurant’s devastation and its subsequent rebuilding created one of the many powerful stories of the city’s recovery from those events.

// E-mail shows Ben Affleck asked PBS to censor slave-owning ancestry

A hacked e-mail reveals that Affleck demanded that the show “Finding Your Roots” remove the fact that one of the actor’s ancestors owned slaves.

Journalism site The Conversation taps knowledge of academia

After successful launches in Australia and the United Kingdom, the US edition of The Conversation debuted at BU in October.

Stage review

//©RahPetherbridgePhotograhy-ShitfacedShakespeare_-95(1).jpg Alcohol and ‘Dream’ don’t mix at Davis Square Theatre

In pure theater terms, the drunk-actor strategy doesn’t work in “(Expletive)-Faced Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’’

Teammates mobbed shortstop Xander Bogaerts after his ninth-inning, game-winning single.

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Red Sox take walkoff win over Orioles

Xander Bogaerts’s RBI single with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning scored Mike Napoli.

// Shock, surprise after ejection of Orioles pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez

Jimenez, who had thrown 3 innings of no-hit ball, was tossed without warning after plunking Pablo Sandoval.

// Hanley Ramirez smashes hole in Fenway’s left-center wall

During batting practice, Ramirez made his mark just to the right of the Green Monster.

// Patriots’ Julian Edelman presents ‘Star Pats’

The Patriots receiver offered a “Star Wars”-themed take on the upcoming season.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 18: Tsarnaev found guilty on all counts

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.


Robert Kuttner

// Obama’s trade agreements are a gift to corporations

The real intriguing question is why Obama invests so much political capital in promoting agreements like these.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Coachella 2015

Music fans gathered to hear a wide variety of musical styles at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.