He who should be named
If we lock Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s name and image in an airtight safe, we give him a lingering power he doesn’t deserve.
By Joanna Weiss
In AG race, a clear choice on casinos
On the issue of whether to repeal the casino law, Maura Healey stepped up and took a clear, bold stand. Warren Tolman stepped sideways.
The little bookstore tucked away in Cambridge
The Bryn Mawr Book Store in Cambridge is a happily abundant mixture of old and recent, serious and fun.
Were you paying attention this week? Test your knowledge of world events, celebrities, and obscure astronomical occurrences in this week’s Globe Opinion news quiz.
Bloomberg Businessweek lays another egg
I’ve thought about starting a magazine called “You’re Doing it All Wrong.” It would be filled with career advice, parenting tips, and warnings about fertility. And every month, it would have a new, fearmongering, battle-fomenting cover. Then again, I’ve basically described half of the magazines left in America.
There were no legal or ethical reasons to withhold the terms of the tentative deal from the public.
The agency will do 100,000 fewer audits this year, which could result in the loss of more than $1 billion in revenue.
Separatists lose Quebec vote: Say oui to globalism
The election suggests that voters in the predominantly French-speaking province are looking past the identity politics of bygone decades.
Editorial cartoon: CNN coverage of missing jet
Cartoonist Mike Luckovich takes a look at the cable network’s coverage of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines plane.