Children’s dismisses state concerns over costs

Boston Children’s Hospital says it’s controlling costs, despite the Health Policy Commission’s words of caution on its $1 billion expansion.

A rendering of the proposed park. Creating the park and moving the New England Aquarium’s IMAX theater would open up new views of the harbor.


Aquarium to developer: Help build park, we’ll back high-rises

The New England Aquarium’s move could breathe life into Don Chiofaro’s plans to redevelop the Harbor Garage site.

// Pay attention, Don Chiofaro, and here’s your lifevest

Hey Don, the New England Aquarium is providing a way forward — and an ally in your bid to transform the waterfront.

// Former Israeli President Shimon Peres dies at 93

Peres, a Nobel laureate and a founder of the modern Jewish state, helped build Israel’s military but also pushed for peace.

Yankees 6, Red Sox 4

// Wait ’til tonight? Red Sox miss chance to clinch

David Price had a rough outing as the 11-game winning steak was snapped.

David Ortiz struck out swinging to end Tuesday’s game, but he’s a huge hit, even in New York.

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Here’s why David Ortiz will get into the Hall

In a poll of the toughest voters of all, New York media members overwhelmingly said they would vote for Big Papi.

Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton 51 times, according to Vox.

How women adapt to Donald Trump-style interjections

“Why do people interrupt? They feel they are entitled to interrupt because they are higher status,” said a female professor at BU.

// N.H. could be centerpiece of a winning strategy

Both campaigns increasingly view the state as vital in determining who comes out on top Nov. 8.

// Republicans dismiss impact of Trump-Clinton showdown

Several GOP senators said they didn’t even watch Monday’s debate, which drew 80 million TV viewers.

A team of six was needed to return the Pierre Puvis de Chavannes mural to its place on the the grand staircase of the Copley Square library.

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Mural back where it belongs at Boston Public Library

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes’s “Philosophy” underwent a months-long conservation before it was reinstalled Tuesday.


// Obama has shed his vanity. Just ask him

The world is more dangerous under Barack Obama. But he is confident that no one else could have done better.

HUBweek 2016

Brenna Schneider, founder of 99Degrees Custom, accepted a $125,000 award Tuesday.

Awards focus on tech that helps low, middle-income workers

MIT gave $1 million to four companies that are trying to use innovation to help under-served communities.

//[1]-5482.jpg The rebirth of the Jewish deli

We’ve deep-fried Oreos; we’ve eaten Korean tacos. In some ways, Jewish food is the last new — even if it’s old — frontier.

// A number of questions remain in tragic boating mishap

Nathan Carman, who survived, talked with the Coast Guard and saw police in Vermont search his home. His mother, Linda, is presumed dead.

A device designed to keep geese away was stationed along the Esplanade in Boston on Tuesday.

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Geese, you might want to start duck, duck, ducking

Canada geese, the omnipresent herbivores that populate many of Boston’s public spaces, have a new predator: the City Council.


// Bills will pound the ball on offense, and blitz on defense

Quarterback Tyrod Taylor is a dynamic runner, so containing him in the pocket is a key for the Patriots.

// Tom Brady hosts kickoff for Best Buddies Challenge

The Patriots quarterback was at the Seaport Hotel on Tuesday to highlight next year’s 100-mile charity ride/walk.

// From Jacksonville to Swansea: Dog’s lengthy trip a mystery

Apollo disappeared six weeks ago, and last week he turned up more than 1,000 miles away.

// Amid uproar, top Wells Fargo executives to repay hefty bonuses

CEO John Stumpf and former executive Carrie Tolstedt will give up at least $60 million in compensation, the bank said.

// Protests near San Diego remain peaceful after police shooting

Police in El Cajon, Calif., said the man was acting erratically before he was shot and killed.

Globe investigations

The desperate and the dead

// The broken covenant

Behind the fragmented state of mental health care lies a political system failure that spans decades — and continues.

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

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South Africa motorbike racing

Not far from the refurbished F1 race track of Kyalami in Johannesburg is a small, virtually dirt race track that attracts only the brave.