Are Trump’s accusations about Warren true?

Donald Trump accused Elizabeth Warren of being a “total hypocrite” because she “bought foreclosed housing and made a quick killing.”

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// What e-mail report means for Hillary Clinton

Will Wednesday’s report shake up the presidential race?

// N.H. GOP fights to keep their primary first in nation

Top New Hampshire Republicans are attempting to fend off one of the most difficult challenges they have faced in decades.

// World leaders rightfully ‘rattled’ by Trump, Obama says

President Obama’s assessment of the presidential campaign came on the sidelines of a Group of Seven summit in Japan.


// A lesson on infrastructure from the Anderson Bridge fiasco

The delays in the Anderson Bridge project hold key lessons for America’s broader inability to solve its infrastructure problems.

// Video captures off-duty officer, pedestrian in scuffle

Boston police have begun an investigation after a video surfaced of an off-duty officer roughing up a civilian in the Back Bay.

Geraldine Largay (right), with her husband George.

Missing hiker survived for weeks

A hiker who died in 2013 after going off the Appalachian Trail in Maine kept a journal and apparently survived for at least 26 days.

// Steven Spielberg to deliver Harvard commencement address

The acclaimed filmmaker will be in Cambridge for Thursday’s ceremonies.

// Deal will avert ballot question on hospitals

The agreement will establish a panel to study health care prices and increase funding for community hospitals.

Survey of scallops halted after loss of camera

The expensive camera system is vital to a survey of sea scallops, one of the region’s most lucrative fisheries.

// Four people shot during concert in New York City

Police said a 33-year-old man was shot in the stomach. He was taken to a hospital, where he died a short time later.

Norma Torres Mendoza, and her mother, Carmen Torres.

Ricardo Aca

Harvard student drives undocumented mother from Texas

Norma Torres Mendoza’s mother is an undocumented immigrant, and she feared putting her on a plane to get to the commencement.

// Auburn shooting suspect called daughter to apologize

Jorge Zambrano told his 12-year-old daughter “he was sorry and wished that he had been there for her,” according to court records.

// Emotional Auburn vigil honors slain officer, former fire chief

Residents turned out for a vigil for slain police Officer Ronald Tarentino and former Fire Chief Roger Belhumeur.

Yvonne Abraham

// Charlie Baker’s badge of courage

Baker’s decision to sit on his hands is an act of courage only by way of contrast to the cowardice demonstrated by so many other Republicans all over the country.

// IndyCar sues Grand Prix of Boston over canceled race

The national organization is suing for breach of contract after the race scheduled for Labor Day weekend was canceled.

// Starbucks seeks to appeal city’s rejection of license for Southie shop

The Southie Starbucks showdown isn’t over yet.

// These are the top 10 concerts in Boston this summer, according to StubHub

The ticket resale service compiled the data of most-searched Boston-area concerts from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

michael kirkham for the boston globe

Food & Drink Inc. | Magazine

How restaurants know what you want to eat before you do

Interesting things happen when big data shows up at brunch.


// 1986 Red Sox feeling the love of grateful Nation

The 2004 world champion Red Sox freed a lot of people, including the 1986 Red Sox.

scott kirsner | Innovation economy

// Testing your knowledge on 400 years of Mass. innovation

How much do you know about the state’s long history of breakthroughs?

// Police break up protest at pipeline construction site

“The clergy will pray and sing until the police place them under arrest,” the group wrote in a statement before the rally.

Opinion & Ideas


// The twin tests Donald Trump presents

Donald Trump’s ascension is both a public-affairs exam for the American public and a Rorschach test for the chattering class.

Life sciences

STAT, a national publication from Boston Globe Media Partners, covers health, medicine, and life sciences.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// Could N.H. share its presidential primary day with Mass.?

The GOP could significantly curb the influence of the four early primary states by linking them to a neighboring state.

The Big Picture

Mount Sinabung erupts

Mount Sinabung erupted violently in Indonesia this week, killing at least seven and forcing thousands to flee.

Globe investigations

// Private schools, painful secrets

More than 200 victims. At least 90 legal claims. At least 67 private schools in New England. This is the story of hundreds of students sexually abused by staffers, and emerging from decades of silence today.

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.

Design New England

Design New England

// When inspiration strikes

With their home as canvas, the couple behind KTII Design Group embrace the stylistic power of change.