Former T pension chief earned $2.2m over 8-year period

Michael Mulhern’s 2016 compensation included nearly $50,000 in unused vacation time pay.

A police officer stood in front of the apartment building in Peabody where a man was arrested in connection with a double homicide.

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Suspect arrested in Peabody double homicide; another still at large

The father of Jennifer O’Connor, one of two homicide victims in Peabody, said the woman had a lifetime of health problems.

// Condo sales hit lofty heights in 2016

The median price for a condominium in Boston jumped 16.2 percent, to $790,000.

// Hearing on Owen Labrie’s quest for a new trial set for today

Labrie was convicted in 2015 of several misdemeanor counts, but acquitted of raping a classmate at St. Paul’s School in Concord, N.H.

//[1].jpg ‘Angel’ opioid initiative thrives despite exit of Gloucester police chief

The concept of help rather than handcuffs has now been adopted by 200 police agencies in 28 states.

(POOL PHOTO)Brighton, MA., 02/03/16, Tina Cellucci, wife of the severely injured Kevin Cellucci of Dorchester, speaks to her disabled husband in the courtroon. NIKOLAS PAPADOPOULOS (D.O.B. 4/8/95) was sentenced following his conviction for negligent operation of a motor vehicle in a Sept. 6, 2013, collision on the Arborway that left one victim unable to speak or move on his own, another victim paralyzed from the waist down, and several others with less serious injuries. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Father who was severely injured in 2013 Arborway crash dies

In 2013, a driver crossed the center line, rolled over and collided with the pick-up truck that Kevin Cellucci was driving.


// A Cape Cod dentist broke his opioid habit, but can his profession do the same?

Nelson Wood’s attempt to do the right thing — for himself but also, he believes, for his patients — has collided with an unnerving reality.

// Cathie Cook, McLean Hospital VP and fund-raiser, dies at 73

Cook brought what she called “the extra verve of the added touch” to her work and her life.

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The lapsed state of the U.S. rail system, and what’s being done here in Boston to help improve the MBTA.

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Harvard Divinity School intern Kristofer Rhude, left, and Pastor Kathleen Reed of the University Lutheran Church in Harvard Square inside one of the sanctuary space rooms reserved for undocumented people.

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Mass. congregations ready to shelter immigrants

Some Massachusetts churches and synagogues are preparing to join a national movement to offer shelter to immigrants in danger of being deported.

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// Fast Forward: Congress faces constituent wrath, remembering Erma Bombeck

Here’s a rundown of what’s coming up today.

// 74 bodies of migrants wash ashore in Libya, officials say

It’s the latest tragedy at sea after migrant deaths rose to record levels along the key smuggling route over the past months.

The Trump administration

// Trump Today: Get ready for Month Two

Welcome to Trump Today, a one-stop entry point for the latest news on the 45th president of the United States.

// Trump travel ban awaits as court hears border-shooting case

US Supreme Court justices may offer a preview of how they would approach Trump’s travel ban when they take up a case involving a shooting across the Mexican border.

// Yiannopoulos loses book deal after discussing sexual relationships between men and boys

Yiannopoulos was also disinvited from speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference over the video.

DeMarcus Cousins, after playing for six coaches in Sacramento, is headed to New Orleans.

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Celtics were never interested in DeMarcus Cousins

There were too many warning signs, and they never had trade discussions with Sacramento.


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// Renewing the Democrats — and America

In 2016 Trump gave displaced Americans a vision; the Democrats never found one.

Special reports

// A life taken, but also a life lost

How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?


The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

// The San Antonio solution

One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can’t Mass. do the same?

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.

The Big Picture

Carl Yastrzemski celebrates winning the 1967 American League pennant. He led the underdog Red Sox to the pennant victory and the World Series.

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Remembering the ’67 Red Sox ‘Impossible Dream’ season

Inside a dusty yellow Kodak box lies buried treasure, the 1967 Red Sox season captured in 4,000 black-and-white negatives.

Ground Game

Ground Game | Analysis

// At Donald Trump’s press conference, an airing of grievances

The president turned a press conference into a festivus holiday — an airing of grievances.

Design New England

Design New England

// A Gardener’s Garden

The lush landscape around Andrew Grossman’s home and studio is a showcase of possibilities.