GE postpones first public event since move announcement

The company had hinted that more information about its move to Boston would come at a briefing in Boston on Feb. 18.

Commuters scurried to their trains at North Station.

MBTA to restore key section of financial report

The agency will add a discussion of its financial performance and outlook for the first time since 2008.

// Latin School official in spotlight amid controversy

Boston Latin School’s headmaster faces scrutiny following allegations that she failed to act on students’ racist comments.

Lead declines in Boston-area water supply, but caution still advised

One problem is lead service lines, the pipes that connect water mains to houses.

//[1]-5364.jpg Former Irish banker Drumm due in federal court in Boston Thursday

David K. Drumm is expected to ask the judge to release him to Ireland to face charges there.

// Springfield man free after rape conviction overturned

George Perrot was released after 30 years behind bars at an emotional bail hearing Wednesday.

Nick Cafardo | Red Sox mailbag

// Is Dustin Pedroia on the downside?

The Red Sox second baseman could be a star again if he stays healthy.

// Bridj teams with Ford for expansion into Kansas City

The Boston startup will use Ford commercial vans to provide on-demand bus service for the regional transportation authority.

America’s Test Kitchen gets new TV chief after Kimball’s departure

Mary Mullaney has came on board as an executive producer to manage the firm’s TV shows as well as its other video productions.

// Cold Thursday to be followed by Arctic weather

Temperatures won’t break out of the 20s, a harbinger of a bitterly cold weather system.

Ground Game

// Trump, Sanders planted seeds of N.H. primary win nearly 2 years ago

Their resounding victories Tuesday were the results of capturing the angry, impatient mood of an electorate ready to rebuke establishment politics.

Hillary Clinton spoke Tuesday night in Hooksett, N.H., as her husband Bill and daughter, Chelsea, listened.

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After N.H., supporters fear Clinton is out of touch

Hillary Clinton’s stinging 22-point loss in New Hampshire prompted fretting among the Democratic Party elite.


// Hey, Bill, exit left

Berating Bernie Sanders on Hillary Clinton’s behalf, as Bill Clinton also did in New Hampshire, doesn’t help his wife.

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// Bloomberg, put those presidential dreams to bed

You’re not going to help things by getting into this race, Mr. Bloomberg.

Michelle Belliveau helps Jeff Hoogenboom with a batch of homebrew.

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‘Friends’-style living on the rise among 30-somethings

With housing costs reaching exorbitant levels, a slew of 30-somethings are increasingly willing to share a living space as a way to offset housing costs and ensure prime location.


// Birds do it. Bees do it. Giant Pacific octopuses do it, too

Sixteen arms, 32,000 suckers, and six hearts: a naturalist witnesses a Valentine’s Day “blind date” between two octopuses.

// Where do all the single people live?

You won’t find many in wealthy suburbs, where three-car garages and one-acre zoning are de rigueur.


// Celtics fight to the very end for a statement victory

Isaiah Thomas scored 36 points as the Celtics rallied to defeat one of the NBA’s elite teams.

// Military coverup of UFOs? Director of new film is a believer.

Keith Arem will present his new film at the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival on Thursday.

Ground Game

// How Sanders, Trump won over New Hampshire primary voters

The seeds of the New Hampshire primary’s stunning conclusion can be traced back to a single day nearly 22 months ago.

The Big Picture

Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday 2016

Historians say Mardi Gras dates back to Roman times, when the newly converted Christians retained vestiges of a pagan festival as a period of celebration before the penance of Lent.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.



// MassChallenge program for entrepreneurs opening in Mexico City

The Boston-based accelerator program that gives office space and grants to emerging companies is opening its fifth location.

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.



// Vocal member of Vatican abuse panel to depart

An outspoken member of an abuse commission headed by Cardinal Sean O’Malley said he won’t leave unless the pope asks him to.

Globe Insiders

Design New England

// Immersed in the View

A seaside location sets the tone for a free-flowing master bathroom with partitions and angles — but no doors to restrict sightlines.