Body found in river may be suspect in professor’s stabbing

Tyler Hagmaier was suspected of killing his neighbor, Vibeke Rasmussen, in her Plymouth apartment.

// Suffolk DA testifies in discrimination lawsuit

A former prosecutor in Daniel Conley’s office says he paid her less than her male colleagues and then fired her.

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Boston housing is expensive, but it’s not San Francisco.

We have it better than a truly overheated market like what you see in California’s Bay Area.

Teachers don’t want to be graded on students’ test scores

The proposal is the centerpiece of the state’s efforts to evaluate the performance of educators.

Ground Game

// #NeverTrump still has uneasy — but possible — path to its goal

If #NeverTrump wants to stop Donald Trump from getting into the White House, and still elect a Republican president, there is a way to do it.

// What happened to the money Donald Trump raised for veterans?

The presumptive Republican nominee is expected to speak out Tuesday amid increased scrutiny over his charity efforts.

// Hillary Clinton’s many campaign slogans

Clinton has used different campaign messages and slogans since her election effort began last year.

Boston police arrest 3, seize 3 guns over Memorial Day weekend

Police made the arrests in separate incidents over the holiday weekend.

// Springfield casino seeks to blend into historic downtown

MGM has pledged to preserve all or a portion of several treasured buildings in the city.

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5 low-tech ways to protect your business from cyber fraud

Instances of cyber fraud are becoming more common—to the detriment of many businesses. Learn the best practices that will help guard your business from hackers.

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Carcass of large marine animal found in Boston Harbor

Boston police and the Coast Guard are checking out a large carcass, possibly that of a whale.

// If Tom Brady’s suspended, David Ortiz is tuning out

The Red Sox slugger said he wouldn’t watch the Patriots if they’re without their quarterback at the start of the season.


// Johnny Depp’s friends, family support him amid abuse claims, movie flop

The “Black Mass” actor is dealing with abuse accusations from his estranged wife as well as the poor box office performance of his latest film.

// ‘Zoos aren’t your baby sitter,’ Jeff Corwin says

The conservationist suggested the boy’s family should shoulder some of the blame in the death of a rare gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo.


// With observatory, the sky is no limit for Sudbury Colonial

The property has an outbuilding with a domed observatory that rotates, a viewing deck with a sliding roof, a workshop, and meeting space.


// Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen take the kids to ‘Kurios’

The Patriots quarterback and family were under the big top at Suffolk Downs to see the latest show from Cirque du Soleil.

This first-inning squibber didn’t go very far, but Xander Bogaerts (and Mookie Betts) turned it into a very productive out.

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Is Xander Bogaerts the best hitter in baseball?

The Red Sox shortstop now has a 23-game hit streak and leads the AL with a .354 batting average.

Miss Conduct

// Advice: Help! A Bernie Bro is invading my Facebook wall!

A Hillary Clinton supporter wonders how to respond to an influx of attacks.


// Want to write better? Read better writing

A study suggests that the quality of what one reads directly affects the complexity of one’s writing.

// Former prosecutor now makes her case as a writer

Wechsler, who spent about 20 years as a prosecutor, has a three-book deal and will be a writer and co-producer of a new CBS series.

Opinion & Ideas


// It’s time for Walsh to come clean

Mayor Walsh should hold his staff accountable and level with the voters about who at City Hall knew what, and when.

Life sciences

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

Ground Game

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// 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

Obama’s historic Hiroshima visit

President Obama became the first sitting US president to visit the Japanese city, where he paid tribute to the 140,000 lives lost in the 1945 atomic bombing.