Court strikes down Tex. abortion clinic regulation

 epa05394236 Pro-choice advocates gather outside the Supreme Court where justices are weighing a case that imposes heavy restrictions on abortion clinics in Texas in Washington, DC, USA, 27 June 2016. The case, Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, requires doctors to have admitting privileges at local hospitals, among other restrictions. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

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The ruling marks the Supreme Court’s biggest abortion case in nearly 25 years.

Supreme Court upholds reach of US gun ban for domestic violence

The justices rejected arguments in the Maine case that the law covers only intentional acts of abuse.

Brexit coverage

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 27: Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on June 27, 2016 in New York City. Markets around the globe continue to react negatively to the news that Britain has voted to leave the European Union. The Dow Jones industrial average was down over 200 points in morning trading. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

US stocks plummet as Brexit volatility grips markets

Britons’ decision to leave the EU has roiled the financial world, with the Dow Jones industrial average dropping about 200 points in the first 10 minutes of trading Monday.

The parents of a toddler left by himself at a Mattapan playground Saturday were identified Sunday evening.

Parents of toddler found alone didn’t come forward for nearly a day

The boy remains in state custody after he was found by himself at a Mattapan playground Saturday.

// Live: Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton hold joint rally

As the VP speculation ramps up, the senator from Mass. headed to Ohio for a campaign event with the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

// Aaron Hernandez associate to plead in connection with Odin Lloyd murder

Carlos Ortiz was charged with first-degree murder, but is expected to plead guilty to a lesser charge.

// Tense talks led to Brigham, nurses deal

Sunday’s agreement was the culmination of almost 10 months of often-contentious negotiations.

Man charged with driving drunk in crash that injured MassDOT worker

The MassDOT employee was struck while working inside the Ted Williams Tunnel early Monday.

// Mary Bonauto considers year since gay-marriage ruling a mixed bag

The lawyer spearheaded the legal effort to bring same-sex marriage to Mass. and was one of the attorneys to argue the issue before the Supreme Court.

// Overnight service woes affect Comcast customers

The cable giant’s automated service line cites a “technical issue” as the cause of the glitches.

A Rhode Island State Trooper escorts a dog as they exits a dig behind a mill complex at the intersection of Branch Ave. and Woodward Rd., in Providence, R.I., looking for human remains Wednesday, March 30, 2016. (Photo/Stew Milne for the Boston Globe)

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Perjury charges filed in Boston club manager’s murder

A New England mobster has been charged in connection with the 1993 murder of Steven DiSarro, whose remains were found in Providence in March.

// Fast Forward: More Brexit fallout, more floods and fire

A new morning report to help you get ready for the day.


// Time for Red Sox to bring in outside pitching help

It’s not a manager problem, as some fans have suggested: It’s a personnel problem.


A powerhouse finale for ‘Game of Thrones’

Fans will have a host of interesting possibilities to play around with during the many months until the show returns.

// After OUI charge, Bruins legend Ray Bourque pleads for privacy

The Hall of Fame defenseman called his arrest “unfamiliar territory.”


// Lionel Messi steps away from Argentina’s national team after Copa loss

Afterward, renowed star Lionel Messi said that he would no longer play for Argentina’s national team.

Love Letters

// Will he get better with age?

Will my boyfriend mature? Will he be able to see things for the way they are and not speak like a brainwashed teenager?

// If today’s your birthday — congrats! And, you’re not alone.

The top date in Mass. was culled from data detailing birthdays of more than 750,000 people.

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Psychiatric hospitals replaced by patchwork

Those most ill, including people at risk of committing violence, are far too often left in the care of almost anyone except the professionals that could help.

// USA basketball reveals roster for Rio Olympics

The team, led by Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony, will try for a third straight gold medal.


// Quite a turnout at Nantucket Film Festival’s Screenwriters Tribute

Director Bennett Miller praised top honoree Oliver Stone for approaching filmmaking “not as a career, but as a spiritual quest.”


// The business of guns

For the NRA, the gun industry, and the politicians they bankroll, spasms of violence like Orlando are an obscene blessing.

Opinion & Ideas


// The year of living improbably

The vote for Brexit may turn out also to have been a vote for the break-up of Britain.

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.