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British vote suggests a possible reordering of power

Newspapers reporting on the pro-Brexit result of the UK's EU referendum vote and with an image of British Prime Minister David Cameron and Scotland's First Minister and Leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Nicola Sturgeon, are pictured in a store in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 25, 2016. The result of Britain's June 23 referendum vote to leave the European Union (EU) has pitted parents against children, cities against rural areas, north against south and university graduates against those with fewer qualifications. London, Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU but Wales and large swathes of England, particularly former industrial hubs in the north with many disaffected workers, backed a Brexit. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFFOLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images


The decision is being seen as an indicator of the challenges Western institutions and alliances are facing.


// Unintended consequences on both sides of the Irish Sea

The goal of the Sinn Fein party is to reunify the island of Ireland. But don’t hold your breath waiting for a border vote just yet.

Barbara Peterlin (right) rallied Boston Latin School parents and alumni outside the school on the front steps after the two recent resignations in the administration at the school.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

District finds BLS mishandled racially charged incidents

The incidents have roiled Boston Latin School, and two administrators resigned.

State trooper released from hospital following early morning crash

A state trooper has been released from the hospital after his cruiser was struck by a Honda Accord on Route 93 southbound early Saturday morning.

Man, 49, shot dead in Cambridge early Saturday

“This area is no good,” said a neighbor on Harvard Street where the man was shot. “At the end of the day, we’re scared.”

// No deal for Brigham, nurses

Negotiators from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the union representing its 3,300 nurses again failed to reach a contract agreement Friday.

// Police chiefs say ride-for-hire proposal does not protect public

The chiefs called for measures beyond those that lawmakers outlined, including a requirement that all drivers to be fingerprinted.

Globe All-Scholastics: Honoring the area’s best

See who earned Players of the Year and All-Scholastics honors for their performances this spring.

7,500 people overcharged after Health Connector glitch

The agency withdrew more than was owed from customers’ accounts.

South Boston- 6/25/2016 Steven Davis, the brother of Debra Davis who was allegedly killed by mobster Whitey Bulger, keeps track of the items sold at an auction held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to auction off James

John Tlumacki

‘Whitey’ Bulger’s jewelry, everyday items are auctioned

Most of Bulger’s possessions are being sold Saturday at a court-ordered auction that will benefit the families of those he killed.

Jay Bruce has a .281 average with 16 home runs, 55 RBIs, 17 doubles, and 6 triples.


15 hitters contenders could try to acquire at the trade deadline

Offense will be foremost on the minds of contenders, who will try to obtain hitters with track records.

BOSTON, MA - 6/24/2016: Paul Simon performs at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in Boston on Friday, June 24, 2016. (Timothy Tai for The Boston Globe)

Paul Simon spans his career in show at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Paul Simon led a brilliant, eclectic band that played songs from throughout his canon during a concert Friday night.

A picture-perfect summer day in Massachusetts

Temperatures were warm and the sky was summer blue on a day that was perfect for being outside.


What is it like to live in Hull?

Judeth Van Hamm was integral to preserving Hull’s past. Now she’s trying to protect its future.


// Teammates forever have a special connection

The death of a friend is a reminder of the family-like bond all former teammates share.

The Village People performing at Kowloon Resturant in Saugus earlier this month.

Ben Stas for The Boston Globe

This crowd has come to party like it’s 1979

A recent concert by the Village People was only the latest in a long line of vintage acts whose music has enlivened the dance floor at Kowloon.

Ryan Lindgren is a 6-foot, 203-pound defenseman for the University of Minnesota.

Bruins select two defensemen, two forwards on Day 2 of NHL Draft

Boston took Ryan Lindgren (49th), Joona Koppanen (135th), Cameron Clarke (136th), and Oskar Steen (165th).

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// Families in fear

Closing psychiatric hospitals seemed humane, but the state failed to build a system to replace them.

Opinion & Ideas


// Can the UK get a redo?

We’re already seeing some buyer’s remorse set in. Shouldn’t the nation have a chance to reconsider?

Globe investigations

Families in fear

The state’s plan to close psychiatric hospitals has had unintended consequences.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ‘Spotlight’

“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.