Fifty-nine years of stories from one address

The Boston Globe said good-bye to its longtime Dorchester home this week.

NBA Draft

// Why Jayson Tatum over Josh Jackson? Danny Ainge explains

Josh Jackson was a Celtics target until offering indications he did not want to play in Boston.

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// SMU’s Semi Ojeleye among three second-round picks for Celtics

The Celtics’s second-rounders included the American Athletic Conference defensive player of the year.

The Fine Print

// When it comes to Internet service, being passive does not pay

You can begin improving your network by finding out what bandwidth you are paying for, which involves actually reading your bill.

// For Big Papi, a lot of love amid a ration of razzing

At the House of Blues Thursday, David Ortiz was mercilessly teased, taunted, razzed, and ribbed by friends and former teammates.


// Girl’s intense medical journey intersected with Mayor Walsh’s

Kyla Smith-Howell was a happy, healthy, and active kid — until she wasn’t.


//[1].jpg If Francisco Rodriguez is deported, we will be a smaller, meaner nation

There’s a new administration in Washington that has decided going after decent people is a lot easier than going after criminals who might fight back.

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After 50 years, Steve Nazro’s done tending his Garden

For decades, Steve Nazro has pieced together an intricate puzzle at the TD Garden.

// After a tip from TripAdvisor, FCC proposes its largest fine ever

The FCC is proposing to levy a $120 million fine, which would be the largest penalty in its history, on an alleged robocall scammer.

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Is the T ready for me to be a daily commuter?

Hundreds of Globe journalists are joining the ranks of T riders. Transportation secretary Stephanie Pollack says the system is ready.

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// Daniel Day-Lewis is just the latest vanishing act

It’s not that nobody loves a quitter, it’s that few people understand why quitting might actually be good for the soul.

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// The Megyn Kelly we’ve seen so far isn’t ready for her close-up

NBC is betting heavily on its new star, but there’s something stubbornly shallow about her presence.


// The Weekender: Bono, Wilco, Mario, and Jacob’s Pillow

The Globe’s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.

Mass. Senate passes own version of cannabis bill

The Massachusetts Senate passed a bill Thursday making targeted adjustments to the voter-mandated marijuana legalization law.

Cancer researcher awarded $22m in suit against Steward Health Care

A Suffolk Superior Court jury on Thursday awarded more than $22 million to a cancer scientist who sued Steward Health Care System.

// Trump says ‘we’ll have to see’ if Mueller should step down from Russia probe

In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” the president laid out his belief that special counsel Robert Mueller is biased in the expanding Russia investigation.

// Johnny Depp asks festival crowd about assassinating the president

Depp asked a crowd at the Glastonbury Festival when was the last time an actor assassinated a president.

In a lengthy Facebook post, Obama called the legislation “rushed.”

Obama slams GOP health care bill and urges its defeat

“Simply put, if there’s a chance you might get sick, get old, or start a family — this bill will do you harm,” the former president said.

// Seth Moulton is reportedly helping lead Pelosi challenge

The Mass. congressman is reportedly one of the House Democrats leading the charge to try and force Nancy Pelosi from her leadership position.

// Two reasons why Trump came clean about not having tapes of Comey

Why President Trump decided to make this type of announcement is unclear. But what is clear is why he was in a hurry to make it.

Ryan Power appeared in Malden District Court, where he pleaded not guilty to charges that he murdered Penny and was ordered held without bail.

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Man charged with killing Malden woman had been arrested for earlier attack

Ryan Power was arrested in Seabrook, N.H., and will face a murder charge for allegedly strangling Leah Penny to death in Malden.

BPD officer who appeared in racially charged video back on patrol; second officer on leave

The officer was relieved of duty on June 9 and returned last week, a department spokesman said.

// This 2-year-old survived a 16-foot fall — because of his stuffed animal

The boy was jumping on his bed and bounced out a second-story window while clutching the toy.

Repligen agrees to buy Spectrum for $359 million

Waltham life sciences company Repligen Corp. said it agreed to pay $359 million to acquire Spectrum Laboratories Inc.


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// WATCH: Inside a Planned Parenthood clinic where politics don’t matter

As the debate rages in D.C. over funding for abortion providers, STAT ventured far from the capital for a close look at a clinic.