Supporters line up in Portsmouth to hear Hillary Clinton

Clinton returned this weekend to the Granite State, where she is slated to be endorsed by U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen.

Bryan Johnson’s 2009 Millis High School yearbook photo.

Alleged Millis hoax perplexes people who know officer

Bryan Johnson allegedly confessed to shooting his police cruiser before “blacking out” while driving the vehicle, police said.

Cool mornings, warm afternoons kick off September

The afternoon is expected to warm up with highs in the mid-to upper 70s, while humidity levels will stay low.

Migrants, who had traveled from Hungary, arrived at the Westbahnhof Station in Vienna, Austria.

More than 5,000 migrants reach Austria, Germany

Thousands of exhausted, surprised, and relieved migrants clambered off a fleet of Hungarian buses at the Austrian border to find a warm welcome.

Richard Borge for The Boston Globe

21st century workers live in ‘uncertainty’

Many American workers face a dark future with less job security, more competition, and hostile workplaces, labor specialists say.

// Dorchester’s Cousin Stizz takes the spotlight, quietly

“We don’t over-promote. We put it out and see what happens, and if it gets love, then it gets love. It has to stay that way.”

The apartment building that Randall Lints lived in with his 7-year-old son.

In Hardwick case, DCF missed extent of abuse, report says

A Hardwick boy had lost 12 to 15 pounds and had bruises across his body as he was being monitored by 16 DCF workers, among others.

// Jailed Ky. clerk vows not to back down, no resolution in sight

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will spend Labor Day weekend in isolation at a detention center with her Bible.

2015 NFL preview

Globe staff NFL predictions: Can these guys get it right?

Globe football writers and columnists share their picks for the Patriots season and Super Bowl 50.

The Deflategate ruling

Ben Volin | On Football

// Brady exonerated? The reality is a bit more complex

Brady escaped punishment because of the NFL’s procedural violations, but many questions about this case remain.

// Tom Brady breaks his silence on Deflategate ruling

“While I am pleased to be eligible to play, I am sorry our league had to endure this,” the Patriots quarterback wrote on Facebook.

Jose Triana, of Walpole, closed his umbrella after spending the day at Mayflower Beach.

photos by Craig F. Walker / Globe Staff

location, location, location

What is it like to live in Dennis?

“All the villages have something to offer and are unique in their own way.”

// City issues more than 3,500 fines to landlords

The fines were issued for flouting property codes — mainly for excessive trash — during the move-in craziness on Sept. 1.

10/19/2014 CAMBRIDGE, MA Michigan competed in the Women's Championship Eights during the 2014 Head of the Charles Regatta (cq). (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

Things to do in Greater Boston in September and October

Your calendar of events, concerts, and more into fall.

// Medford native Julianne Nicholson takes on role in ‘Black Mass’

There aren’t many empathetic characters in “Black Mass;” the exception is Marianne Connolly, played by Nicholson.

// Carter Lay, grandson of potato chip maker, dies at 44

The philanthropist was a cancer survivor who helped build schools and support music education.

Candidates for Boston City Council get feisty at forum

Seven candidates vying to represent two of the city’s predominantly minority communities squared off in Dudley Square.

Ground Game

// Ted Cruz sells himself as antiestablishment candidate

The US senator from Texas stopped in N.H. on Monday to open his campaign office in Manchester.

Opinion & Ideas

Robert Reynolds and Clayton Deutsch

// The coming boom in Boston FinTech sector

To stay ahead, and increase its lead, the financial services sector needs to rethink a few fundamental assumptions.

The Big Picture

Valdrin Xhemaj/EPA

Migrant crisis in Europe

A record number of migrants, most of them refugees fleeing war and crisis in the Mideast and Africa, are seeking asylum in Europe.



// HubSpot memoir incident prompts federal probe

An assistant US attorney in Boston and an FBI cybercrimes agent are working on the case, sources said.


// Where Pope Francis stands on gays, divorce, abortion

Pope Francis is expected to raise a range of issues when he visits Cuba and the United States Sept. 19-27.