McCarthy guilty of second-degree murder in death of Bella Bond

A Suffolk County jury convicted Michael McCarthy of second-degree murder for killing 2-year-old Bella Bond, then dumping her body in Boston Harbor.

// Compounding center co-owner should pay $132.8m for meningitis outbreak, US says

Federal prosecutors also want Barry Cadden imprisoned for more than three decades for his pivotal role in the New England Compounding Center outbreak case.

The conceptual necessity of tackling every “Joshua Tree” track meant a mix of longtime concert staples alongside songs that U2 has rarely played.

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An uplifting return to ‘Joshua Tree’ — and much more — from U2

The band marked a turning point in its own history at Sunday night’s sold-out show in Foxborough.

// A lawsuit helps muzzle John Oliver — sort of

The late-night host said lawyers told him to not address claims made by Murray Energy.

// It’s tourist season, and here come the monks

Buddhist monk look-alikes in Boston are pestering people for money, offering flimsy beads and cheap medallions.

Riders got on and off trains in the Downtown Crossing station.

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A simple way to make Boston’s subway a bit less chaotic

MBTA officials recently tested markings that remind waiting passengers to line up next to — not on in front of — the train doors. They were impressed by the results.

// For Jared Kushner, Somerville properties were a laboratory

As a Harvard undergrad, Donald Trump’s future son-in-law bought dozens of rental units in the city. Tenant complaints soon followed.

// Don Akin, longtime owner of Medieval Manor, dies at 67

Don Akin ran the Boston institution for more than 40 years before closing down in 2015 after costs became too high.

//'s%20Stone) 15 ways Harry Potter has changed culture since the first book was published 20 years ago

On June 26, 1997, Bloomsbury Children’s Books published a book by an unknown single mother from Edinburgh. And it took off.

// Professor who said Otto Warmbier got ‘what he deserved’ loses job

The University of Delaware says it will not rehire adjunct professor Katherine Dettwyler.

// A teen falls off a Six Flags ride — and a crowd catches her

A teenage girl escaped serious injury Saturday evening after falling 25 feet from an amusement park ride in upstate New York.

// Julian Edelman among those featured in ESPN’s Body Issue

New England Patriots star Julian Edelman will strip down for ESPN’s annual Body Issue.

The Trump presidency

Supreme Court allows much of Trump travel ban to go into effect

The justices will review the president’s executive order, hearing arguments in the fall.

// Trump scrambles for GOP health votes

So far, five Republican senators are expressing opposition to the Senate GOP plan that would scuttle much of former President Obama’s health law.

// Trump calls Elizabeth Warren an ‘insult to Pocahontas’

President Trump bashed Senator Elizabeth Warren in a “Fox and Friends” interview that aired on Sunday.

// Supreme Court takes on dispute over wedding cake for gay couple

The Court will consider whether a baker who objects to same-sex marriage on religious grounds can refuse to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.

Baker to tap appeals chief for high court

Governor Charlie Baker will nominate Scott Kafker, chief justice of the state appeals court, to serve on the state’s highest court.

Nurses launch strike at Greenfield hospital after lockout

Nurses planned a one-day strike, but hospital officials locked out the nurses Sunday night and plan to keep them out until Wednesday.

// Martin Shkreli defies advice to keep quiet before his fraud trial

‘‘I’m excited,’’ Shkreli said of the trial in a brief phone call last week to The Associated Press. ‘‘I can’t wait.’’

// MBTA wants to take an ax to retirement benefits

With contract negotiations looming, the T has repeatedly said the pension fund is on unstable footing.

Should women be forced to call themselves ‘selectmen’?

It was a seemingly common sense suggestion: Maybe it’s time to rethink what a town calls its top governing body. Then the debate started in Wakefield.

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There’s a right way, and a wrong way, to run meetings with millennials

If you want to keep the twenty-somethings engaged in your conference room, listen first and talk last.

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