Victims pay, coaches stay in hazing inequity

Galileo Mondol hasn’t been the same since he was accused of hazing.

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While children have suffered sexual assaults, adults often have carried on with impunity.

// Clinton, Kaine debut as Democratic ticket

Hillary Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine spoke in Miami on Saturday.

// E-mails suggest DNC derided the Sanders campaign

Top officials at the Democratic National Committee criticized and mocked Bernie Sanders during the primary campaign.


// After Boston’s worst winter, how should the MBTA characterize its progress?

The T has also repeatedly touted statistics comparing its performance in the last year to the T’s performance in 2015.

epa05437822 A man reacts after a suicide bomb attack that targeted a demonstration of Hazara minority in Kabul, Afghanistan, 23 July 2016. According to reports at least 20 people were killed and more than 150 injured when a bomb exploded as thousands of people from Hazara minority were protesting the proposed route of the Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan (TUTAP) power line, calling on the government to re-route the line through Bamiyan province which has a majority of Hazara population. The government says the proposed route saves millions of dollars in cost. EPA/HEDAYATULLAH AMID ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT

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At least 80 are killed in bomb attack in Kabul

A suicide bomber struck in Kabul, Afghanistan, killing at least 80 people and injuring 231, officials said.

MUNICH, GERMANY - JULY 23: Flowers and candles are seen outside the OEZ shopping center the day after a shooting spree left nine victims dead on July 23, 2016 in Munich, Germany. According to police an 18-year-old German man of Iranian descent shot nine people dead and wounded at least 16 before he shot himself in a nearby park. For hours during the spree and the following manhunt the city lay paralyzed as police ordered people to stay off the streets. Original reports of up to three attackers seem to have been unfounded. The shooter's motive is so far unclear. (Photo by Johannes Simon/Getty Images)

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Police say Munich shooter put fake Facebook posting online

The attack sparked a massive security operation as authorities received witness reports of multiple shooters.

South Boston-07/23/2016- Euriel Mercedes(cq), 7, cools off in an inflatable swimming pool in front of his apartment in the Mary Ellen McCormack Housing Project. A heat wave continues in the area. Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki(metro)

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With temps above 90, Boston area is in heat wave

Temperatures for the third straight day are in the 90s, and Mayor Walsh declared a heat emergency in Boston.


// What is it like to live aboard a boat in Boston?

The water views are stunning — and morning rush-hour ferry traffic makes getting dressed trickier.

// Artists face off in grueling figure-painting competition

Traveling from as far away as China, realist painters vie with one another in a weeklong contest.

Boston, MA--7/20/2016 Charles Baker is seeking to sell a small permanent easement to a neighboring condominium. Governor Charlie Baker (cq) reportedly put a line item in the state supplemental budget bill to give a permanent easement to 10 X 100 feet of State House lawn to a neighboring luxury building. The easement would allow for basement windows. The building and lawn are photographed, on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 21statehouse Reporter: Frank Phillips

Governor drops condo easement at State House

Governor Baker had backed an easement that would have given a neighboring condo building a slice of the State House lawn.

Gun-rights advocates rallied in front of the State House on Saturday.

Gun rights activists rally against curb on copycat assault rifles

Hundreds of gun rights activists lined Beacon Street on Saturday morning.

// Celtics to add Green, re-sign Zeller, but may not be done making moves

A league source cautioned that these moves hardly mean that Boston is done for the summer.

Gino Cappelletti returned to his native Minnesota for offseasons, one summer tending bar at Mac & Caps, a sports bar in Minneapolis co-owned by his brother, Guido.

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Patriots training camp isn’t what it used to be

In those early years, players reported to camp to whip themselves into shape.


// These traits can make Jimmy Garoppolo a successful starter for Patriots

Tom Brady’s backup gets the thumbs up from a former quarterback coach and an ex-teammate.

Jul 15, 2016 | Waltham, MA A sign at the entrance to Bentley University.

Adjunct faculty reach agreement with Bentley University

A four-year agreement improves wages and teaching conditions for more than 200 faculty at the Waltham campus.

Nervous system disease is detected in ticks on Cape Cod

The first survey on Cape Cod for the tick-borne disease Powassan found ticks from Falmouth to Truro infected with the virus.

What our critics say


// The best week of TV you could ever watch

One TV critic’s ideal TV playlist, seven nights of classics.

Opinion & Ideas

Ideas | Kovie Biakolo

// Bleaching blackness is about more than racism

Why are so many humans uncomfortable in the skin they’re in?

Globe investigations

“When the EMTs arrived, Dave was laying like this.” Gerry Hill said, offering to show where his suicidal son was fatally shot after a tense encounter with police.


When despair meets deadly force

Nearly half of people killed by Massachusetts police over the last 11 years were suicidal, mentally ill, or showed clear signs of crisis.

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.