Marty Walsh’s campaign chest bulging with business checks

Mayor Martin Walsh has collected more than $1.7 million in campaign contributions this year, dwarfing his challenger’s fund-raising.

// EU fines Google a record $2.72 billion

The European Commission says the Internet giant breached EU antitrust rules.

Kremlin criticizes White House comments on Syria

Moscow dismissed claims that the Syrian government is planning to launch a chemical weapons attack.

// Ed Markey outraged by Conway’s remarks about addicts’ ‘will’

The White House adviser “should be ashamed of herself for suggesting that those suffering . . . should simply have more ‘will,’” Markey said.

Manchester officials reportedly failed to disclose 2015 school sex assault

An outgoing school official told WMUR-TV that the mayor was informed about the incident in 2015, but it wasn’t until the suspect was sentenced that it was shared with the public.

The Trump presidency

//$large.jpg A photo of a $200,000 Children’s Hospital bill is shining a light on the health care debate

Alison Chandra’s son’s recent open heart surgery cost $231,115. Yet with insurance, the New Jersey family was left owing just $500.

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// CBO says Senate health bill picks your pocket

The legislation would save the government $321 billion over 10 years, but many would spend much more on health insurance.

// Susan Collins says she doesn’t support GOP health bill

Maine’s Collins, a pivotal moderate, joined a small but potentially decisive Republican rebellion.

// Trump takes another swipe at CNN following resignations

President Donald Trump used the resignations of three CNN journalists involved in a retracted Russia-related story to resume his attack on the network’s credibility.

// D.C. drivers get a new gender option on their licenses

Starting today, residents in the city will be allowed to choose “X”, the gender-neutral identifier.

// A new act for Huntington Avenue and its theater

Developers are planning a 32-story building that would give the Huntington Theatre Co. ownership of its playhouse.

Arendering of the proposed Seaport Square project.

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A struggle is brewing over the Seaport’s last big piece of land

The city doesn’t want the waterfront closed off. “This has got to feel like everybody’s public realm,” said a planning official.

// Jerry Remy lung cancer surgery ‘went well’

Remy’s wife says the operation went well and he’s recovering in the ICU.

The Bella Bond trial


// At last, some justice for young Bella

A 2-year-old girl was murdered and discarded like trash. And someone has been held accountable for her death.

// What swayed the jury?

Jurors left court Monday without commenting, but legal experts said testimony about a child’s mistreatment likely swayed the panel.

Boston, MA: June 26, 2017:Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale fires a first inning pitch. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Minnesota Twins in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Globe Staff Photo/ Jim Davis)


Chris Sale pitches Red Sox past Twins

Sale (10-3) allowed one run on four hits and struck out nine as the Sox kept pace with the Yankees in the AL East.

// ‘The reality haunts me now and will for the rest of my life’

Barry Cadden, the co-owner of a Framingham pharmacy that shipped tainted medicines across US, was sentenced Monday to 9 years in prison.

Jayson Tatum (right) put on a Celtics hat on Friday as he sat next to Wyc Grousbeck .

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Jayson Tatum asked what Boston places he should visit. He got some hilarious responses

The basketball player, who was drafted by the Celtics, got some serious answers. But the question also garnered some pretty funny replies.

On stage at Monday’s NBA Awards (from left): Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Alonzo Mourning, Shaquille O’Neal, David Robinson, Dikembe Mutombo, and Bill Russell.

Bill Russell to basketball greats: ‘I would kick your’ behind

Russell’s comments had the crowd at the NBA’s season-ending awards ceremony cracking up.

// Nice catch: TSA finds 20-pound lobster in checked bag at Logan

“It’s actually fairly common in the New England region,” a TSA spokesman said.

// There’s another Kennedy on the way

Representative Joseph Kennedy III and his wife, Lauren, are going to be parents again.


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