Who will be Boston Latin’s interim headmaster?

There are three potential candidates who might be asked to step in after Lynne Mooney Teta abruptly announced her resignation amid ongoing controversy at the school.

Brexit coverage

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Optimism is growing that policy makers will move to support financial markets.

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A new estimate for the fiscal year that starts Friday says tax revenue could be up to $950 million less than anticipated.

Alleged drunk driver strikes, kills highway worker on I-93 in Medford

The incident marks the second time in two days a highway worker was struck on Greater Boston highways.

Red Line faces severe delays in both directions

The MBTA cited a disabled train at Alewife Station.

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Brigham and Women’s began to return to normal operations Monday after the last-minute contract deal was reached.

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Attorney General Maura Healey issued court orders to two charities that have connections to a Roxbury real estate magnate.

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Volkswagen will settle its emissions scandal case for $14.7 billion.


Marketing in the age of ad blockers: Just add Hollywood

The innovator generating the most buzz among marketers isn’t an industry prodigy or veteran — he’s a screenwriting guru.

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The Disability Law Center asked the governor to transfer control of the correctional facility to the Department of Mental Health.

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Meet the ice cream man behind J.P. Licks

Vince Petryk opened the first J.P. Licks to spread joy, one scoop at a time. The fact that it’s now one of New England’s most successful small businesses is just the cherry on top.

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Legendary University of Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt won 1,098 games.

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Tennessee coaching legend Pat Summitt dies at 64

Summitt recorded more victories than any other coach — male or female — in NCAA Division 1 history.

Rachel G. Bowers

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Watching the legendary women’s basketball coach taught one young fan about a lot more than basketball.

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

Rays 13, Red Sox 7

Nick Cafardo | On Baseball

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The Red Sox lefty, now 1-3, was touched for five runs in the first inning and four more in the third.

“Could you imagine families coming to this area, and there’s no July Fourth event?” asks David Mugar.

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The Fourth finale that no one wants to see

David Mugar, the man behind the fireworks for 43 years, is retiring. No sponsors have stepped up. Could this be last call?

Boston MA , 05/24/07 The Citgo Sign at sunset. . (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff)

Move afoot to safeguard the Citgo Sign

Despite the Citgo Sign’s storied spot on the Boston skyline, there are no city protections to keep it there.

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The former Bruins star pleaded not guilty Monday in a surprise arraignment. He was arrested Friday.

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NASA astronaut Jeff Williams tweeted a striking photo of the region, including a clear image of Cape Cod.

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Consultants now say that rail service to New Bedford and Fall River could cost $1 billion more than previously estimated.

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Where the senator from Mass. lands at the end of the 2016 race has turned into a high-stakes parlor game for the business world.

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Lydia Shire is having a tag sale

The celebrated chef and restaurateur is moving, and Trilogy Estate Sales is hosting a sale in her Weston home.

Opinion & Ideas


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A centrist leader is imperative, for the stability of our nation and for the stability of the world.

Globe investigations

Families in fear

The state’s plan to close psychiatric hospitals has had unintended consequences.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

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“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.