Woman killed in duck boat crash was ‘incredible person’

Boston, MA - 5/1/2016 - A box of flowers sat at the scene of yesterday's fatal crash involving a duck boat and a woman riding a scooter in Boston, MA May 1, 2016.  Topic: Reporter:

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Family members have identified the victim as Allison Warmuth, a 29-year-old insurance underwriter.

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Dannel Malloy was honored as the 26th recipient of the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award.

(FILES) This file photo taken on April 29, 2016 shows US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the California Republican Party 2016 Convention in Burlingame, California, April 29, 2016. Donald Trump hit out hard at Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz on May 1, 2016, sounding unapologetic two days ahead of a key primary in Indiana he says will decide the Republican presidential race. Speaking on Fox News Sunday, the Republican frontrunner concentrated on attacking Clinton, doubling down on his much-criticized statement that the likely Democratic nominee's only appeal to voters is the

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For Trump, the battle is against Clinton

Donald Trump has said he thinks the contest for the GOP nomination is “over” and that his target is Hillary Clinton.

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Trump is funding his own campaign, but it isn’t clear he has the money to do that in the fall.

President Barack Obama and his daughter Malia walk from Marine One toward Air Force One at Los Angeles International Airport, enroute to San Francisco in the middle of a two-day fundraising swing through California Friday, April 8, 2016. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Malia Obama to attend Harvard in 2017

The president’s oldest daughter will take a gap year following high school graduation and then attend Harvard.

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The president said just two words at the end of his last White House Correspondents' Association Dinner address.

Crews battled a fire Saturday evening near Dacia and Woodcliff streets in Roxbury.

Dozens displaced in 3 fires across the city

At least 57 people were displaced by blazes that took place Saturday evening and Sunday morning, according to Boston fire officials.

Holocaust survivor Eva Fleischmann Paddock lit the first of seven memorial candles at Faneuil Hall.

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Holocaust remembrance service packs Faneuil Hall

Hundreds at the annual Holocaust Remembrance Commemoration listened closely to survivor Eva Fleischmann Paddock.

The nation's first detective squad was founded in 1846.

Globe Magazine

The untold story of America’s first police detectives

In crime-ridden 1840s Boston, five men launched a radical new approach to cracking cases.

DANTE RAMOS

How Cambridge and Lexington invented new housing

Cambridge and Lexington have made it easier for residents to create add-on apartments, and that means more housing space.

A 289-unit apartment complex in Jamaica Plain is one of a rising number of projects mixing union and nonunion labor.

Under Walsh, nonunion work in construction grows

Local developers say more projects in Boston are being approved that use at least some nonunion labor.

Chris Sale entered Sunday 5-0 on the season.

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For the White Sox, a hot start dwarfs the Adam LaRoche incident

The spring training conflict between the team and Adam LaRoche hasn’t affected Chicago on the field.

IndyCar is the latest good idea Boston scuddled too soon.

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Boston, I love you, but you’re bringing me down

IndyCar is just the latest example of a good idea the city let die too soon.

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has caused concern with its new focus on giving the book’s proceeds to a broad range of Boston groups.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/04/29/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/abrahamy-10512.jpg The man who thinks Donald Trump is ‘treasonous’

Representative Seth Moulton, a former Marine, fears the foreign-policy dangers of a Trump presidency.

Ground Game

Capital

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GOP presidential campaigns will quickly learn that Indiana politics are more complicated than they may appear.

The Big Picture

Deadly fighting returns to Aleppo

Government airstrikes and insurgent mortar attacks escalated violence and destroyed a partial truce for Syria.