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Baker clears way for 5,000 to retire early
Approval by lawmakers gave Governor Charlie Baker a victory in his efforts to bridge a daunting budget shortfall.
After 20 years, Keith Lockhart is still keeping the Pops youthful
Lockhart, who became conductor of the Boston Pops at 35, marks 20 years with a spring season that starts Wednesday.
Woes follow nursing home chain’s arrival
State inspections show striking increases in problems since Synergy Health Centers began buying nursing homes in Massachusetts.
If not the public, who is going to bankroll UMass?
Marty Meehan, the new president, is pledging to raise more money than any predecessor. From whom – and at what price?
More than one cause for sorrow in court
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s relatives wept for him at his trial, apparently eliciting an emotional response from him as well.
‘Pedro’ by Pedro Martinez and Michael Silverman
The memoir covers the Hall of Fame pitcher’s life from his childhood in the Dominican Republic to the present.
FBI monitored gunman killed at anti-Islam event in Texas
It is still not entirely clear what led the two men to open fire outside a gathering that showcased cartoons depicting Mohammed.
Nepalese call on nations to help them rebuild
The government will need immense international support as the Himalayan nation begins reconstruction.
Smile if you like arguing about fluoridated water
When it comes to public health, usually there’s peace of mind in trusting the experts.
Marine general from Mass. chosen to head Joint Chiefs
President Obama will nominate Marine General Joseph Dunford Jr. as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
GOP field grows as Fiorina, Carson launch presidential bids
Both are longshots who nevertheless have the potential to attract a more diverse group of supporters to the party.
Italian ships rescue nearly 6,800 migrants in three days; baby born at sea
Crowded shelters in Sicily and on the mainland struggled Monday to find room for the migrants.
Boston’s Olympic bid needs bigger ambitions
What are the problems of Boston in 2015 that Mayor Walsh wants Boston 2024 to solve, and where are the opportunities the strongest?
Long, frigid winter spurs photographer Abelardo Morell to artistic innovation
Photographer Abelardo Morell found inspiration in New England’s long, hard winter season to create a new collection of works for a show at Bowdoin College Museum of Art.
On visit to Kenya, Kerry pledges extra $45 million to help with refugees
The United States will provide an extra $45 million for the United Nations to help an overwhelmed Kenya cope with 600,00 refugees fleeing civil unrest, terrorism, and violence in Somalia and South Sudan, Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday.
A look at Baltimore’s crisis, Puerto Rico’s budget
What opinion writers around the world have to say about two key issues.
Compassion drove Ex-Tsarnaev teacher to testify
When testifying last week, Becki Norris told jurors that Tsarnaev was among a handful of students she’ll always remember.
Netanyahu Ally Declines to Join Government, Putting Premier in Bind
JERUSALEM — Avigdor Lieberman, Israel’s foreign minister, stunned the political establishment Monday by announcing he would not join the next government, leaving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with two fraught options: A conservative coalition whose razor-thin majority would be inherently unstable, or a unity government riven over how to deal with the state’s critical challenges.
Israeli president calls for calm after anti-discrimination protests in Tel Aviv
President Reuven Rivlin of Israel said Monday that mounting protests by Ethiopian-Israelis had “revealed an open and raw wound at the heart of Israeli society,” but he condemned the violence that erupted the night before at a demonstration in Tel Aviv.
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