Roslindale man allegedly planned to attack ‘boys in blue’

Evidence is covered and surrounded by police tape outside of CVS on Washington St. in Roslindale following an officer involved shooting on Tuesday, June 2, 2015. (Scott Eisen for The Boston Globe)

Scott Eisen for The Boston Globe

Usaama Rahim originally planned to behead someone outside Mass. but changed that plan early Tuesday morning, according to an affidavit.

// Man wasn’t shot in back, community leaders say

Community leaders were shown video of the fatal shooting of a man under investigation by the Joint Terrorism Task Force.

// Neighbor recalls man fatally shot in Roslindale as ‘kind’

“It’s really shocking to find out or to hear these things about him,” said the neighbor of Usaama Rahim.

// Youth soccer’s case of the missing $195,000

Did one Framingham United youth soccer dad really help himself to daily Dunkin’ Donuts, vacations, and piles of club cash?

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, MAY 15-17 - FILE - In this April 25, 2015, file photo, Chicago Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews, left, celebrates with right wing Patrick Kane after scoring a goal during the first period in Game 6 of an NHL Western Conference hockey playoff series against the Nashville Predators in Chicago. Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry broke into the Anaheim Ducks' lineup together and won the Stanley Cup together. So did Chicago's Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)

Game 1 > 8 p.m., NBC

Blackhawks, Lightning ready for Stanley Cup Final

Both teams are ready to drop the puck for Game 1 tonight after surviving a seven-game series in the conference finals.

Jessica Dello Russo (right), a 1992 graduate of the Latin School, helped out with the dig in front of the Old City Hall building.

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Latin School excavators discover Colonial-era trash pile

Trash pile may lead volunteers to the 17th-century Boston Latin School’s schoolmaster’s house, officials said.

Boston-bred rockers Guster will headline Radio 92.9’s EarthFest on July 18.

Outside the Box details return of free festival

The free, six-day arts festival, has announced the lineup for its second installment, scheduled for July 14-19.


The next Fallout game takes place in Boston

Boston has a starring role in Fallout 4, the next installment of the popular post-apocalyptic game video game series.

Stephen Colbert is taking over the show previously hosted by David Letterman.

Trailer released for ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’

In a video promoting his new show, Colbert appeared in multiple states of “beardedness.”

// Sandberg writes of ‘anguish’ following husband’s death

“I want to choose life and meaning,” the Facebook executive said in a post a month after the death of her husband.

Capital Source

// GOP presidential hopefuls big Tom Brady supporters in N.H.

New Hampshire enjoys hearing candidates confirm their support for the Patriots quarterback in Deflategate.

// N.H. fugitive wanted in deaths of parents is captured

Investigators have sought 39-year-old Matthew Dion since March 2014.

// Swarms at ‘Pestaurant’ eat bug-filled food for charity

Entomophagy — that is, the act of eating insects as a food source — has reached a certain popularity in the area.

// In close games, how often do NBA referees get it right?

A Globe analysis of the league’s “Last Two Minutes” reports sheds light on the accuracy of officials.

John Paulson is the founder of Paulson & Co., a $19 billion investment company with more than 125 employees worldwide.

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Harvard receives record $400m gift for engineering school

The largest single donation in the school’s history comes from hedge fund billionaire John Paulson.

// FBI behind mysterious surveillance aircraft over US cities

Scores of low-flying planes are part of a civilian air force operated by the FBI and obscured behind fictitious companies.

// Man granted retrial in murder case released from prison

Sean Ellis was released on bail after questions were raised about his trial on charges of murdering Detective John Mulligan in 1993.

// More items may be missing from Boston Public Library

Pages are allegedly missing from a music manuscript that is part of the library’s special collections.

The Big Picture

Globe photos of the month, May 2015

From the Duckling Day Parade to the Boston Marathon bombing verdict, a look at the best in Globe photos this month.