Attack in Istanbul

Attackers identified; death toll rises to 43

The three suicide bombers who carried out the deadly attack on Istanbul’s main airport were nationals of Russia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan.

// Get ready to pay more to ride the T

Here’s a look at the winners and losers as the MBTA fare hikes go into effect tomorrow.

Scott Kirsner | innovation economy

I come to bury voice mail, not to praise it

Be honest: When was the last time you listened to your voice mail?

// Civil rights leaders, clergy renew focus on racial climate

The organizers called for an overhaul of the admission policy for exam schools.

Council approves city budget amid education fight

The Boston City Council passed a nearly $3 billion budget, but some councilors said the increases for the city’s schools were not enough.

Manager of Cambridge art gallery fired amid sex assault allegation

A popular Cambridge art gallery and performance space fired its manager amid allegations that he sexually assaulted a musician there.

Cambridge-based Syros to make market debut Thursday

Syros, which is developing drugs to regulate the genes that cause cancers and other diseases, raised $50 million in an initial public offering.

// Trump raises funds — and hackles — in Boston and Maine

More than 100 people stood outside chanting against the presumptive Republican nominee.

Brexit coverage

// Boris Johnson will not run for party leadership of Conservative Party

The former London mayor supported the Brexit vote that has rocked the political and financial worlds.

// Sometimes, getting a ticket can be sweet.

Brookline police are writing “conehead citations” to reward kids for good behavior.

 06/29/2016 SCITUATE, RI Trees damaged by a caterpillar infestation could be seen from the sky above Scituate, RI. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

For this massive caterpillar invasion, it’s crunch time

A Biblical outbreak of voracious, finger-long gypsy moth caterpillars, the biggest in more than three decades, is devouring trees across Mass.

// Fast Forward: Flying dresses at Wimbledon, flying asteroids in space

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

City officials indicted

//[1].jpg What could be next for Boston Calling investigation

There are theories that the first indictment in May led to a breakthrough and another indictment against a second city official.

// Walsh’s coffee hour in North End disrupted

After indictment of a second city department head, Mayor Martin J. Walsh was met with picketers demanding anwers.

Andris Nelsons conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra on its European tour in May.

Andris Nelsons abruptly withdraws from Bayreuth Festival’s ‘Parsifal’

The BSO music director, who abruptly withdrew from this summer’s “Parsifal” production, has regularly appeared at the German festival for years.

One of the painted utility boxes in and around Harvard Square.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Utility boxes get facelifts in Harvard Square

Utility boxes in Harvard Square have gotten a new look.

NBA draft coverage


//[1].jpg Superman (Dwight Howard) could rescue Celtics

A marriage between center Dwight Howard and the Celtics would be a perfect fit.


// Segway’s safer, smarter hoverboard offers a plush ride

Designed not to burn your house down, the miniPRO is made for people with money to burn.

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// The troubling state of drunken driving prosecution

Will Bruins great Ray Bourque get special treatment after his arrest for driving drunk?Let’s hope not.


// Vince Wilfork calls out former teammate Tom Brady (and Brady’s supermodel wife)

The 325-pound defensive tackle for the Houston Texans is “ready to take on the modeling world.”

Opinion & Ideas

Ideas | Thanassis Cambanis

// Time for US to act in Syria

Invasion and isolationism aren’t the only options.

Globe investigations

Families in fear

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

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ‘Spotlight’

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