Auburn officer slain

Suspect in Auburn case had attacked other officers

Bullet holes riddled a window of the Oxford house where Jorge Zambrano was killed.

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Jorge Zambrano assaulted a Worcester police officer four months ago, his third such alleged attack.

// Accused killer had long history with police

Jorge Zambrano tried to use his pit bull against an officer in January, a move that echoes how he fought troopers Sunday, police say.


// The most dangerous moment for police

There’s nothing more perilous than that space where a cop doesn’t know what he has and a criminal has decided he’s not going back to prison.

// Dudley makes move to stop planned Muslim cemetery

Town Meeting members voted to allow the town to buy 56 acres being sought for the burial ground.


// Still panicked about Trump? Don’t be

The latest polls show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton running neck-and-neck, but don’t believe the hype.

Was lead in schools’ water harmful? Experts are split

Some experts are concerned, others not so much, about the lead-contaminated water found flowing from drinking fountains at Boston schools.

Playground near Roslindale school set on fire, firefighters say

Flames from the burning equipment extended into surrounding trees, causing electrical power lines to arc and throw off sparks.

// Evidence points to EgyptAir explosion

An Egyptian official said the team has found pieces of human remains, suggesting a blast brought down the plane.

Hotel workers cross an ocean to prod Natixis on union

Two Calif. employees plan to attend the annual shareholder meeting in Paris for Natixis, which has large operations in Boston.

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Wahlbergs serve up family pride at Wahlburgers

Wahlburgers, the successful burger restaurant chain founded by Mark, Donnie, and Paul Wahlberg, owes more to good food and branding than celebrity.

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Mark Avery (right) posed with Joe Kapper at Security Aviation Inc. in Anchorage.

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Reporter’s Notebook

How to squander $52m of charitable money in 6 months

Mark Avery, cited in a 2003 Globe Spotlight investigation, was sentenced to 13 years in prison Monday in the biggest private fraud case in Alaska history.

// Patriots draft pick’s reading goes beyond the playbook — way beyond

Malcolm Mitchell asked to join a book club of women in their 40s, 50s, and 60s, and he’s been all in ever since.

// Bill Cosby faces key hearing in sex-assault case

The preliminary hearing in a Penn. court will determine whether prosecutors have enough evidence to send the 78-year-old to trial.

// Head of TSA security operations removed from position as long lines continue

A House committee said Kelly Hoggan had received more than $90,000 in bonuses shortly before the agency faced allegations of mismanagement.

Newly minted local college graduates take part in the annual Toss Your Caps class photo Friday, May 8, 2015, on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Don’t get tongue-tied: This program knows how to pronounce names

The perennial graduation season problem led Praveen Shanbhag to create NameCoach, a program that provides audio tutorials.

Just how much marijuana is too much when getting behind the wheel?


How much marijuana is too much for drivers?

Mass. does not have a law to define impaired driving from marijuana, and the topic results in disagreement among scientists.

// Healey, other AGs demand CDC study on gun violence

About a dozen attorneys general want the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to study gun deaths, just as it studies other deaths.


// Guy Fieri to host food, wine fest to kick off Best Buddies ride

The June 3 event at Harvard will feature food from more than two dozen chefs.


// Tom Brady fights on, asking Second Circuit for rehearing

Brady has a high-powered legal team, but they appear to be waging an uphill battle.


// David Ortiz’s age-defying feats are extraordinary

At this rate, Ortiz could wind up in the rarefied company of Ruth and Gehrig in extra-base hits.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Jon Friedman

// Bob Dylan’s relentless reinvention

What the 75-year-old musician can teach us about starting over.

Life sciences

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

Ground Game

Ground Game

// Why party unity is overrated in this election

The rule about candidates getting the entire party to fight for them after a bruising primary might be tossed out of the window.

The Big Picture

Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

In search of sanctuary

The pews grew emptier and emptier. Until at last they realized: the Congregational Church of West Medford was dying.

Globe investigations

// Private schools, painful secrets

More than 200 victims. At least 90 legal claims. At least 67 private schools in New England. This is the story of hundreds of students sexually abused by staffers, and emerging from decades of silence today.

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.

Design New England

Design New England

// When inspiration strikes

With their home as canvas, the couple behind KTII Design Group embrace the stylistic power of change.