Benghazi e-mails involving Clinton recovered by FBI

The State Department says 30 e-mails that may be related to the 2012 attack on US compounds in Benghazi are among those recovered.

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Michael A. Cohen

2016: All personality, all the time

The presidential campaign is focusing on personality and not on policy.

// New chief named for JFK Library foundation

Steven Rothstein, a longtime Kennedy family ally with an extensive non-profit background, will be executive director of the entity that guides the museum.

// Ex-rabbi admits role in embezzling scheme

Barry Starr, a former Sharon rabbi, used Temple Israel funds to pay a blackmailer.

// Some Mainers think it’s time for LePage to go

The Maine governor’s latest controversy, a profane message left on the voicemail of a Democratic legislator, is the last straw, they said.

// Paul LePage hints he’s considering resigning

Asked on a radio show whether he would complete his term, LePage said he didn’t know, but was “looking at all options.”

// ‘I don’t want anyone else to be alone,’ Owen Labrie’s victim says

“I feel ready to stand up and own what happened to me,” Chessy Prout said in her first public discussion about her sexual assault.

4 accused of beating, robbing autistic man in Weymouth

The group allegedly beat a 21-year-old autistic man, kicking him in the face and hitting him with a bottle before robbing him, police said.

Boy dies after being pulled from Lowell pool

The 3-year-old boy was pulled unresponsive from a swimming pool in Lowell during a party on Aug. 20.

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Loyalty keeps Sullivan Tire’s wheels in motion

Since 1955, family-owned Sullivan Tire has treated customers like it treats family members—with loyalty and respect. Seven decades of growth later, it’s still working.

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State Police

State Police remind students to be careful with tall trucks

An overheight truck struck an overpass on Storrow Drive Tuesday afternoon.

// Map: Where the moving trucks will be in Boston

Roughly two-thirds of leases for the more than 165,000 apartments in Boston expire as August transitions to September, officials estimate.

// Why Gene Wilder’s marriage to Gilda Radner was so moving

Gilda Radner famously described her life after meeting Gene Wilder as having gone ‘‘from black and white to Technicolor.’’

// Great white shark gets chummy with boaters

The predator swam right up to a boat off Provincetown and the encounter was captured on video.

David Ortiz officially opened The Big Papi Maze with a swing of the bat Tuesday.

David Ortiz on hand for unveiling of corn maze

David Ortiz had a message for his legions of fans at the unveiling in Sterling: ‘‘I love corn.’’

// Abercrombie & Fitch can’t get the grown-ups into the kids’ clothes

Abercrombie & Fitch wants adults in their twenties to wear its clothes. The grown-ups appear to be saying: Why would I?

Dan Wasserman

Editorial cartoon: EpiPen shock

Dan Wasserman takes on Mylan’s marketing matrix.

// Waterville Valley Resort to build new ski trails

Construction has begun on a new slope dubbed “Green Peak,” which is set to open this winter.

A stretch of Franklin Street near Downtown Crossing is transformed to an outdoor cafe as part of a city experiment Tuesday.


‘Pop-up’ plaza in Downtown Crossing is hopefully a harbinger of streets to come

Not every square inch of Boston that was paved 25 or 50 years ago still needs to be paved today.

// The 20 most exciting restaurants coming to Boston this fall

Old favorites rise again! Celebrity chefs shine! Food promises to be hydroponic, wood-fired, truffle-topped, chicken-fried — and above all delicious. Here’s what to expect this season.

// So long, fro-yo. The latest trend is rolled ice cream.

Massachusetts now has locations in Allston and Saugus. Will more follow?

The Beatles performing at the Boston Garden in 1964.


Excitement building for Ron Howard’s Beatles film

The film focuses on the Fab Four through live performances from 1962 to 1966.

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

Westborough State Hospital, formerly known as the Westborough Insane Hospital.

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Spotlight | The desperate and the dead

Ghosts from a failed system

Westborough State Hospital was built in the 1800s on hope and compassion. But with little scientific knowledge of mental illness, institutions like these became wretched warehouses.