Baker, Healey to face off over pipeline tariff

Attorney General Maura Healey normally would be responsible for defending Governor Baker’s state agencies — but not this time.

// Photo appears to show Reading officer texting, driving

Reading police said they are investigating the photo, which was shared on social media.

// Boston students may have drunk lead-tainted water

Officials will notify parents at four Boston schools that drinking fountains were turned on before water testing was complete.

// SJC to review ruling for new trial in Boston police detective’s murder

The court will hear arguments on a judge’s decision to order a new trial for Sean Ellis, who was once convicted in the 1993 murder of a police detective.

// FDA brings e-cigarettes under federal authority

Hundreds of electronic cigarette brands will have to undergo federal review to stay on the market under the new rules.

State assigns monitor to oversee hospitals

Surprise inspections found such prevalent problems that officials decided an onsite monitor was necessary at four psychiatric hospitals.

043032016 Boston Ma . A women was killed in a accident with a Duck Boat on Beacon and Charles Street in Boston. Investigators look at scene. Photographes are taken of bike at scene. Boston Globe/Staff Photographer Jonathan Wiggs

Fatal crash puts duck boats in the spotlight

Over a recent 80-minute tour, one veteran driver for Boston Duck Tours juggled entertaining passengers and navigating the city.

Yvonne Abraham

Can Bostonians really drive as slowly as 20 m.p.h.?

It’s one thing to be forced to go slow by circumstances we can’t control, and quite another to be legally required to travel glacially.

Former Cohasset selectman Ralph Dormitzer led a group of neighbors opposing reconstruction of the Cunningham Bridge.

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A bridge plan gone too far?

Cohasset hesitates at the state’s offer to replace an aging, town-owned bridge for $4.3 million.

Bernie Sanders spoke to campaign volunteers in Bowling Green, Ky., on Wednesday.

Miranda Pederson/Daily News via AP

Sanders won’t stop amid worries he’s hurting Clinton

Bernie Sanders stands virtually no chance because Hillary Clinton’s lead in delegates is too great. But he continues to hammer her.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves a rally at The Palladium in Carmel, Ind., Monday, May 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

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What will happen to GOP unity with Trump’s ascendancy?

Republicans declared they would not back Donald Trump even as he became the only candidate remaining in the party’s race.

// Rolling Stones don’t want Donald Trump to start them up

The rock band said they have asked the Republican candidate to stop using their music at his campaign events.


// Hillary Clinton trolls Donald Trump

A new ad is aimed at making sure the new, slightly more presidential Trump can’t escape the old, despicable one.

// WBZ traffic reporter is now telling the world who she really is

Kristen Eck said she’d always had the feeling throughout her youth that she had been born in the wrong body.


// Why the ‘Good Wife’ is network TV’s last great drama

“The Good Wife,” the colorful, intelligent show starring Julianna Margulies, ends Sunday.

Love Letters

Is it time to end his marriage?

“To make matters worse, I can’t stop thinking about a single co-worker.”

// Suffolk Downs to hold three live racing events this year

Two-day racing cards will be presented in July, August, and September, the track announced.

// Evidence precedent in Hernandez case worries top SJC judge

The Suffolk DA’s office wants to examine Aaron Hernandez’s phone for evidence linking the former Patriot to two killings in July 2012.