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Officer shot in Roxbury improving after surgery

Detective Christopher Hamilton and Officer Monica Hamilton knelt during a Palm Sunday Mass in Roxbury.

Officer John Moynihan is recovering and in stable condition after a bullet was removed from his neck Sunday.

 

Boston 2024 tries to overcome some slips at starting block

“We had the conversation backwards – our fault,” said David Manfredi, co-chairman of Boston 2024’s master planning committee.

As organizers focus on a 19-month battle to win support, they are aware they need to avoid any more political pitfalls.

 

Hub schools’ language barriers persist

The violations are so widespread that the school system is concerned that federal agencies might head to court to force compliance.

 

Invoking Warren can work wonders

Both supporters and detractors of Senator Elizabeth Warren have used her online draw to raise money.

In the parlance of online marketing, Senator Warren generates clicks. She doesn’t just boost e-commerce, she creates it.

 

Tsarnaev’s defense team set to start making its case

Defense attorneys, including Miriam Conrad, Judy Clarke, and Timothy Watkins, will try to spare Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s life when they begin their phase of the trial.

As early as today, the jury — and all of Boston — could start to hear an explanation of why the Tsarnaevs set off the bombs at the Marathon.

 
 

Globe Events

 
 

The Globe Book Club’s latest pick is ‘The Grief of Others’

Leah Hager Cohen’s powerful, deeply affecting novel is now a movie, directed by Patrick Wang.

 
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The Nation

 

Invoking Warren can work wonders

Both supporters and detractors of Senator Elizabeth Warren have used her online draw to raise money.

In the parlance of online marketing, Senator Warren generates clicks. She doesn’t just boost e-commerce, she creates it.

 

NSA discussed ending secret collection of calling records

Officials said some people in the agency believed the costs of the program outweighed the meager counterterrorism benefits.

 

2 bodies recovered among debris at site of explosion in NYC

Two bodies were recovered Sunday at the site of the apparent gas blast that happened last week in Manhattan.

Two men have been missing since the blast Thursday afternoon, which destroyed three buildings and injured 22 people.

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The World

 

Arab leaders agree to form joint military force

The airstrikes in Yemen, such as this one that destroyed a house in Sana on Sunday, will continue, the Arab League says.

Many analysts attributed the gesture to their drive for more independence from Washington.

 

Iran backs away from key component of nuclear agreement

With the deadline two days away, Iranian officials said they are no longer willing to ship their atomic fuel out of the country.

 

Crash investigators gather physical, psychological clues

Workers inspected remains of a Germanwings Airbus A320 Sunday at the site of last week’s crash in the French Alps. DNA from 78 people found at the site has been isolated.

Investigators must not only piece together the strands of Andreas Lubitz’s life, but also determine what was going on inside his head.

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

opinion | victoria kennedy

Edward M. Kennedy Institute aims to inspire

The Edward M. Kennedy Institute includes a full-scale recreation of the Senate chamber in Washington.

The institute is a reminder of everything the Senate was designed to be — and everything it can be again, the senator’s widow writes.

 

James Carroll

The wicked irony of Holy Week

People carried the image of the Most Holy Christ of the Holy Spirit during a religious procession in central Spain as part of Holy Week.

Intended to transform suffering, these observances became, down through the ages, a transcendent source of suffering.

 

john e. sununu

Common ground on the ‘doc fix’

Speaker John Boehner had called on the House of Representatives to support the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, a bipartisan bill that was passed last week.

Congress overwhelmingly set permanent rates for physician payment under Medicare.

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Metro

 

Tsarnaev’s defense team set to start making its case

Defense attorneys, including Miriam Conrad, Judy Clarke, and Timothy Watkins, will try to spare Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s life when they begin their phase of the trial.

As early as today, the jury — and all of Boston — could start to hear an explanation of why the Tsarnaevs set off the bombs at the Marathon.

 

Hub schools’ language barriers persist

The violations are so widespread that the school system is concerned that federal agencies might head to court to force compliance.

 

Boston 2024 tries to overcome some slips at starting block

“We had the conversation backwards – our fault,” said David Manfredi, co-chairman of Boston 2024’s master planning committee.

As organizers focus on a 19-month battle to win support, they are aware they need to avoid any more political pitfalls.

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Business

 

BetaBoston

Shoes featuring e-ink can change patterns and colors

The iShuu can switch its patterns or color schemes, which the wearer can select using a smartphone app.

 

Top long-term care insurer no longer selling policies in Mass.

Genworth stopped selling new policies here because regulators have yet to act on rate increases the company sought in 2012.

 

‘Shark Tank’-style contest for nonprofits stirs furor

A Boston venture capitalist’s plan for a “Shark Tank”-style competition for nonprofits has stirred enthusiasm and indignation.

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Obituaries

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Sports

 

Bruins 2, Hurricanes 1

David Pastrnak lifts Bruins over Hurricanes in OT

David Pastrnak celebrated his NHL hockey game-winning overtime goal against the Carolina Hurricanes.

The Bruins are now 3 points ahead of the Ottawa Senators in the race for the second wild-card spot.

 

CLIPPERS 119, CELTICS 106

Celtics routed at home by Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers' DeAndre Jordan (6) dunks over Boston Celtics' Evan Turner during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Boston, Sunday, March 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson)

J.J. Redick scored 27 points Sunday night as the Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Celtics, 119-106, at TD Garden.

 

Clay Buchholz officially named Red Sox’ Opening Day starter

Manager John Farrell decided on Clay Buchholz before the start of spring training, but made it official Sunday.

It’s the first Opening Day assignment for Buchholz, a 30-year-old righthander.

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Monday Family

 

Parents’ absorption in mobile devices can take a toll on kids

Michelle Lauder (left) and Susan Kane with their 6-year-old daughter, Adar, carve out family time away from computer screens.

Much has been made of kids’ use of devices and how much screen time is too much. Far less has been said about parents as the offenders.

 

Television Review

‘Cancer’ an unblinking look at the enemy

Dr. Sidney Farber (left, with colleagues circa 1950) plays a critical role in the film.

The film is an unsentimental and clear-eyed portrait of what is called “one of the most significant challenges in our history.”

 

Historical Chestunt Hill Foursquare gets a modern update

With dated interiors and a choppy layout, making this 1880s Chestnut Hill Foursquare inviting by today’s standards seemed like a big undertaking.

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Comics

Crossword

Circulars

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