Democratic National Convention

‘America’s destiny is ours to choose,’ Clinton says

Hillary Clinton became the first woman in America’s history to accept the presidential nomination from a major political party on Thursday.

// Convention focused on fixing Hillary Clinton trust deficit

The campaign has tried to persuade people of the candidate’s trustworthiness by emphasizing her decades of work on family issues.

Joan Vennochi

// Clinton proves she is the woman ‘in the arena’

All Hillary Clinton had to do was give people a chance to like her. It was that simple and that difficult.

Scot Lehigh

// Clinton shows she’s ready to slug it out on the ground

Hillary Clinton gave the tough, determined speech of a woman ready to slug it out on the ground.

// Trump slams Clinton over 'radical Islam'

Donald Trump is criticizing Hillary Clinton for not saying the words ‘‘radical Islam’’ in her nomination acceptance speech.

// Sketching out the DNC in Philadelphia

Globe editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman went to the drawing board on the final night of the Democratic National Convention.

Dotty Anderson and others protested the plan at the foot of the Fore River Bridge.

John Blanding/Globe Staff

Natural gas plan worries Weymouth

Weymouth unites in opposition to a natural gas compressor station proposed by Spectra Energy for the Fore River.

shirley leung

// Was Charlie Baker just trying to be a good neighbor?

Why did Governor Charlie Baker think it might be OK to allow the developers next door to take over a chunk of the State House lawn?

//[1].jpg Suffolk president Margaret McKenna is fired

The president of Suffolk University said Thursday she was unfairly fired by the Board of Trustees and plans to fight it.

Counselors from the BCYF Gallivan Community Center’s Summer Enrichment Activities Program in Mattapan walk with children returning from an outing at River Street Park.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

For parents, city camps ease stress of summer

On Tuesday, 7-year-old Kyzr Willis died after disappearing from a drop-in program at Curley Community Center in South Boston.

// Proposal to tax nonprofits alarms Mass. charities

A Massachusetts legislator has proposed forcing some nonprofits to pay property taxes.

Scott Kirsner | Innovation Economy

// Why these tech execs moved their companies to Boston

Most companies don’t get incentives like General Electric, but there are good reasons to move to Boston anyway.

Adrian Walker

// How lawmakers can resolve the ‘Uber bill’ this session

As the clock winds down on this legislative session, one of the unresolved issues is how to regulate ride-sharing services.

// Latest frontier for unmanned vehicles: the high seas

For the makers of drone boats, it’s all unchartered waters

Tom Griffin of Revere (left), who supports police officers’ effort, had a disagreement with Roy Pardi (right), who showed up carrying a sign that read

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Officers rally in Somerville over Black Lives Matter banner

More than 100 police officers rallied in Somerville Thursday night to oppose a Black Lives Matter banner hanging outside City Hall.

Things to Do

// The Weekender: Bourne, the Bard, and flying nannies

Everything fun to do this weekend in Boston and beyond.

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher David Price walks off the field after the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Thursday, July 28, 2016, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Jae C. Hong/AP

Angels 2, Red Sox 1

Red Sox lose in ninth on Hanley Ramirez’s throwing error

David Price pitched eight scoreless innings but Brad Ziegler and the Sox blew the game in the ninth.

Nick Cafardo | On Ball

// Sox throw away game in terrible loss

It was a shame it ended this way.

Opinion & Ideas


// Wider access to hepatitis C drugs is humane and pragmatic

By making it easier for MassHealth enrollees to receive breakthrough hepatitis C drugs, the state will reduce suffering and save money.

Globe investigations

Private schools, painful secrets

// The unexpected price of reporting abuse: retaliation

The Globe found 15 instances of retaliation at New England private schools against students or employees who raised concerns about sexual abuse by staffers.

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

2016 Democratic National Convention

Democrats met in Philadelphia for their national convention.