Boston officer shot in Roxbury undergoes surgery

Boston Police Officer John Moynihan was shot and critically wounded Friday night in a traffic stop in Roxbury.

3 bodies are found in home in Bedford, N.H.

Police responded to a 911 call Saturday reporting a deceased woman in a Bedford, N.H., home and found three people dead inside.

Man dead, suspect at large in Worcester stabbing

Authorities in Worcester were seeking a suspect in a stabbing Saturday night in which a 25-year-old man died.

Karla and Juan Ayala live on Juan’s $23-an-hour pay in a mobile home in Glenwood Springs, Colo., along the same Roaring Fork River that runs through Aspen.

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Colo. area puts nation’s wealth gap in sharp relief

The chasm between the super-rich and the working poor is widely seen as the greatest division in America. Yet there is no consensus on what to do.

“Yes” campaign volunteers are going door to door to win the support of the undecided and persuade voters to go to the polls on May 22 to cast ballots in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage.


The greening of gay marriage in Ireland

A May 22 vote could make the deeply Catholic nation first in the world to approve a national popular referendum on same-sex marriage.

Jerry Remy’s Fenway restaurant to reopen

After closing mysteriously earlier this month, the eatery will reopen just in time for the Red Sox home opener.

//[1]-4039--90x90.jpg Impasse over road stalls development at Weymouth base

Its latest developer has signalled it will pull out unless the state spends millions of dollars to extend the access road through the property.

// German copilot sought treatment for vision issue

Andreas Lubitz sought treatment for vision problems that may have jeopardized his ability to continue working as a pilot.

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35 must-see spring and summer arts events in New England

Boston Globe critics share what’s at the top of their list for books, visual arts, dance, film, pop music, classical music, and theater.

A patient with bedbug bites.


Explaining the bedbug’s modern comeback

They’ve plagued human beings for as long as we’ve been laying our heads down to sleep.


// Christian Vazquez’s injury is a sad, scary development

The Red Sox are anxious about the man they expected to bat ninth and catch 140 games this season.

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Our secret to getting along

My daughter and I began this tradition when she was a toddler.

Sullivan’s looking to expand to Hingham

A second location would be an evolution for Sullivan’s, which opened on Castle Island in 1951.

Water that slipped under an ice dam stained this bedroom ceiling.


How to fix home damage caused by winter

A contractor offers advice on how to repair wet floors and walls, get rid of mold, and deal with insurance companies.

// In the war vs. loud leaf blowers, a strategic retreat

Leaf blower opponents have shifted from seeking bans to educating the public about the issue and encouraging landscapers to try alternatives.

A monument to Kennedy and the power of the Senate

The interactive, $78 million Edward Kennedy Institute is devoted to selling visitors on Kennedy’s belief in the power of public service.

Dining Out reviews

Where should you eat this week?

Whether going on a first date, planning a perfect proposal, or looking for a good bar scene, you have options. Check out the Globe’s reviews of dozens of Boston-area restaurants.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 13: How the Marathon bombs were built

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.



// Elizabeth Warren casts a shadow on Clinton

The senator will affect a Clinton campaign, regardless whether the Mass. Democrat runs for president.

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Yemen tumbling into chaos

Militants of the Islamic State claimed responsibility of a horrific attack on Shi’ite mosques in Yemen last week.