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Shockwaves continue from Britain’s EU exit

A photo taken on June 24, 2016 shows the United Kingdom flag and European flag in front of the UK representative to the EU in Brussels. European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Britain's planned departure from the European Union was

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Britain and the EU haven’t even begun divorce talks but they are already bickering.


// Unintended consequences on both sides of the Irish Sea

The goal of the Sinn Fein party is to reunify the island of Ireland. But don’t hold your breath waiting for a border vote just yet.

Barbara Peterlin (right) rallied Boston Latin School parents and alumni outside the school on the front steps after the two recent resignations in the administration at the school.

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District finds BLS mishandled racially charged incidents

The incidents have roiled Boston Latin School, and two administrators resigned.

State trooper, four others injured in early-morning crash

A state trooper and four others were taken to nearby Boston hospitals with potentially serious injuries.

Man, 49, dies after shooting in Cambridge

Police are investigating the fatal shooting at 140 Harvard St. early Saturday morning.

// No deal for Brigham, nurses

Negotiators from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the union representing its 3,300 nurses again failed to reach a contract agreement Friday.

// Police chiefs say ride-for-hire proposal does not protect public

The chiefs called for measures beyond those that lawmakers outlined, including a requirement that all drivers to be fingerprinted.

7,500 people overcharged after Health Connector glitch

The agency withdrew more than was owed from customers’ accounts.

South Boston- 6/25/2016 Steven Davis, the brother of Debra Davis who was allegedly killed by mobster Whitey Bulger, keeps track of the items sold at an auction held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to auction off James

John Tlumacki

‘Whitey’ Bulger’s jewelry, everyday items are auctioned

Most of Bulger’s possessions are being sold Saturday at a court-ordered auction that will benefit the families of those he killed.

Enjoy a picture-perfect summer day in Massachusetts

Get set for another warm day in the region, as the National Weather Service forecasts a afternoon high of 78 degrees in Boston.

Wellfleet, MA- July 1, 2014- Globe Staff Photo by Stan Grossfeld- Damon Wolf, 13, New Paltz, N.Y. does a handstand as the sun sets into Cape Cod Bay in Wellfleet.Damon Wolf, 13, New Paltz, N.Y. “The sun kind of got low enough in the sky and it just illuminated everything and the colors of the dunes were really saturated and really popped out at me and looked awesome. It just made me extremely happy. I love life, life is awesome. This is such a beautiful place to be in the entire world. Seeing the sun and looking out over the ocean and its just endless power it just makes everything look surreal and amazing and beautiful.”

15 perfect summer days for 15 Cape Cod towns

Here is a handy, alphabetical guide for the spring and summer, whether you want to bike, bum around, or beach it.


What is it like to live in Hull?

Judeth Van Hamm was integral to preserving Hull’s past. Now she’s trying to protect its future.


// Teammates forever have a special connection

The death of a friend is a reminder of the family-like bond all former teammates share.

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Globe All-Scholastics: Honoring the area’s best

See who earned Players of the Year and All-Scholastics honors for their performances this spring.

Ryan Lindgren is a 6-foot, 203-pound defenseman for the University of Minnesota.

Bruins select two defensemen, a winger to open Day 2 of NHL Draft

Boston took Ryan Lindgren (49th), Joona Koppanen (135th), and Cameron Clarke (136th) with their first three picks of the day.

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// His latest affair broke his heart

He met a younger woman and their mutual plan was to have a casual, no-strings physical thing. But, as it turned out, he totally fell for her. And then she ended it.

// Kanye West unveils ‘Famous’ video of him, celebrities

Kanye West has unveiled a video on a subject he knows something about: fame.

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// Families in fear

Closing psychiatric hospitals seemed humane, but the state failed to build a system to replace them.

Opinion & Ideas


// Can the UK get a redo?

We’re already seeing some buyer’s remorse set in. Shouldn’t the nation have a chance to reconsider?

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.