Doctors suspended for medical marijuana, opiates violations

The Board of Registration in Medicine unanimously voted to suspend the licenses of Dr. John C. Nadolny and Dr. Fred J. Thale.

Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump held a rally with supporters in Billings, Montana.

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Donald Trump’s policy-free approach befuddles D.C. think tanks

Trump’s largely unconventional approach to policy issues has left experts wondering how to get their arms around his platform.

// Trump says he would debate Sanders. . . for a price

Bernie Sanders isn’t likely to win the Democratic nomination — but he still might end up debating Donald Trump.

// Obama might call Kalorama home - just like these five presidents before him

Some District of Columbia neighborhoods just seem presidential.

Lawmakers move to tighten oversight of nursing homes

State senators voted to raise maximum fines on troubled facilities and to require regulators to scour the finances of homes.

// Man accused of kidnapping, rape pleads guilty

“I never look at sunshine in the same way,” Nathaniel Kibby’s victim, who was held captive for nine months in N.H., said Thursday.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Boston campus.

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Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston names Healy president

The appointment of Peter Healy is designed to give the health system’s chief executive, Kevin Tabb, more time to focus on strategy.


FDA OKs implant to treat opioid addiction

There’s a new tool available to help combat the opioid crisis.

May 26, 2016 - Logan International Airport Terminal A Travelers wait in the security check-point line at Logan International Airport terminal A Security lines have become hours-long waits at airports around the country due to TSA cutbacks, and although they have not been as bad at Logan, local airport officials are closely monitoring the situation as the busy summer travel season begins. business,27logan(2),johnston (Katherine Taylor for The Boston Globe)

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Logan fends off long security lines

In Boston, things are going so smoothly that the TSA redeployed Logan’s security director to work with a new management team in Chicago.

// Vast expanse of Boston Common filled with 37,000 flags

In a Memorial Day tribute, the flags represent each service member from Massachusetts killed since the Revolutionary War.

// 17 ways to make the most of Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. Here’s how to make the most of it.

// In Government Center, a nifty development trick

How do you turn a hulking garage above one of Boston’s busiest streets into a glittering garden of towers without closing the facility?


// Employers want noncompetes, but what’s it worth to them?

Time and freedom are worth something, and compensation is in order when they’re restricted.

Sumner Redstone, bottom center, surrounded by family including his granddaughter Kim, left, daughter Shari (in pink) and grandson Tyler Korff.

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Shirley Leung

Sumner Redstone lawsuit may be this summer’s best beach read

The lawsuit is more than the latest twist in a family soap opera and its outcome may shape the future of Viacom and CBS.

// Watch: Harvard graduate’s convocation speech goes viral

About 3 million people had viewed Donovan Livingston’s spoken poetry on race and education in the one day after he delivered it.


// Wade Boggs’s number finally retired by Red Sox

The Red Sox Thursday night did something they should have done a long time ago: They retired Wade Boggs’s No. 26.

Rockies 8, Red Sox 2

// Clay Buchholz allows three homers in Red Sox’ loss

Buchholz couldn’t keep the Sox in the game on a rare night at Fenway when the offense was held in check.

Love Letters

Should she tell his fiancee before moving on?

I found out a few weeks ago that he got engaged to someone that he has been involved with all along.

Opinion & Ideas


// When a cool professional cut to the quick of personal emotion

In work, we are professional; in life, personal. It seems a reasonable division of human purpose. But sometimes divisions grow blessedly fuzzy.

Life sciences

STAT, a national publication from Boston Globe Media Partners, covers health, medicine, and life sciences.

Ground Game

ground game

// Why the State Dept. e-mail investigation really matters

The report could affect Hillary Clinton’s ability to pivot her campaign heading into the general election.

The Big Picture

Mount Sinabung erupts

Mount Sinabung erupted violently in Indonesia this week, killing at least seven and forcing thousands to flee.