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Michael McCarthy found guilty in death of 2-year-old Bella Bond

Michael McCarthy looked toward the jury during his murder trial.

A Suffolk jury convicted Michael McCarthy of second-degree murder for killing 2-year-old Bella Bond, then dumping her body in the harbor.

 

Pharmacist in meningitis outbreak that killed dozens gets 9 years in prison

Barry Cadden, who received a 9-year prison sentence, co-owned New England Compounding Center. Above: Cadden made his way into court Monday.

The former co-owner and head pharmacist at a Framingham business that shipped tainted medicines across the nation was sentenced Monday.

 

It’s tourist season, and here come the monks

A woman in robes solicited money from passersby.

Buddhist monk look-alikes in Boston are pestering people for money, offering flimsy beads and cheap medallions.

 

Supreme Court allows much of Trump travel ban to go into effect

“As president, I cannot allow people into our country who want to do us harm,” wrote President Trump in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision.

The justices will review the president’s executive order, hearing arguments in the fall.

 

Huntington Ave. tower and theater plans revealed

A new apartment tower would transform Huntington Avenue and the theater company that bears its name.

Developers are planning a 32-story apartment building that would give the Huntington Theatre Company ownership of its playhouse.

 

Susan Collins says she doesn’t support GOP health bill

Tweeted US Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine: “I want to work w/ my GOP & Dem colleagues to fix the flaws in (the Affordable Care Act.) CBO analysis shows Senate bill won’t do it.” Above: Collins at the Capitol last week.

Maine’s Collins, a pivotal moderate, joined a small but potentially decisive Republican rebellion.

 
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Supreme Court allows much of Trump travel ban to go into effect

“As president, I cannot allow people into our country who want to do us harm,” wrote President Trump in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision.

The justices will review the president’s executive order, hearing arguments in the fall.

 

Susan Collins says she doesn’t support GOP health bill

Tweeted US Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine: “I want to work w/ my GOP & Dem colleagues to fix the flaws in (the Affordable Care Act.) CBO analysis shows Senate bill won’t do it.” Above: Collins at the Capitol last week.

Maine’s Collins, a pivotal moderate, joined a small but potentially decisive Republican rebellion.

 

In Massachusetts, concern over ban lingers

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh addressed a rally against President Donald Trump’s travel ban in January.

The Supreme Court carved out some significant exceptions to President Trump’s travel ban. But many families, businesses and academics here expressed continued worry.

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The World

 

Brazil’s crisis deepens as president accused of corruption

Brazil's President Michel Temer waved after attending a ceremony at the Planalto Presidential Palace in Brasilia Monday

Brazil’s attorney general formally accused President Michel Temer of corruption on Monday, making him the first sitting president in Latin America’s largest nation to face criminal charges.

 

ISIS fighters launch counterattacks in west Mosul neighborhood

Fighting subsided by daylight in the district, which had recently been declared free of the militant group.

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

EDITORIAL

A just verdict for Bella Bond

(06/26/2017- Boston, MA) Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley speaks to the media flanked by his lawyers and detectives after a murder in the second degree guilty verdict for Michael P. McCarthy in the death of Bella Bond at Suffolk Superior Court on Monday, June 26, 2017. (Matt West/POOL)

One can only hope that the conviction of Michael McCarthy in the death of 2-year-old girl holds lessons for others.

 

JOAN VENNOCHI

Charlie Baker could lead on health care debate

MEDFORD, MA - 4/25/2017 - Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker speaks about the filing of an act relative to the harmful distribution of sexually explicit visual material at the Boston Latin Academy in MEDFORD, MA, April 25, 2017. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff) mag_cat_trapper

Baker hasn’t been silent. But it has been classic Charlie, which means cautious, clinical, and circumspect.

 

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

Tax reform that works for all

Both liberals and conservatives should consider a Value-Added Tax.

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Metro

 

KEVIN CULLEN

Some unexpected justice for Bella

Michael P. McCarthy looked at his attorney, Jonathan Shapiro, after the verdict was read.

A 2-year-old girl was murdered and discarded like trash. And someone has been held accountable for her death.

 

Pharmacist in meningitis outbreak that killed dozens gets 9 years in prison

Barry Cadden, who received a 9-year prison sentence, co-owned New England Compounding Center. Above: Cadden made his way into court Monday.

The former co-owner and head pharmacist at a Framingham business that shipped tainted medicines across the nation was sentenced Monday.

 

It’s tourist season, and here come the monks

A woman in robes solicited money from passersby.

Buddhist monk look-alikes in Boston are pestering people for money, offering flimsy beads and cheap medallions.

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Business & Tech

 

Is this the last chance to create open space in booming Seaport?

Arendering of the proposed Seaport Square project.

The plan for the last big chunk of developable land in the Seaport needs more work to add public space, Boston officials said.

 

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

CBO says Senate health bill picks your pocket

Senate Republicans’ health care bill would cause an estimated 22 million more Americans to be uninsured by the end of the coming decade, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

The legislation would save the government $321 billion over 10 years, but many would spend much more on health insurance.

 

Estates of Bernard Madoff’s dead sons reach $23 million deal with feds

Mark Madoff, in an undated photo. Madoff committed suicide in 2010.

The estates will hand over the money to victims of Madoff’s Ponzi scheme, resolving an eight-year legal battle.

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Obituaries

 

Frank Kush, 88, football coach who led Arizona State to 12-0 season

Former Arizona State football coach Frank Kush (center) at a 2015 event.

Mr. Kush compiled a 176-54-1 record while coaching the Sun Devils from 1958 to 1979.

 

Dr. Jerome H. Rogoff, psychiatrist who fought for wrongfully convicted, dies at 78

Dr. Rogoff, a forensic psychiatrist, spent 19 years as chief of inpatient psychiatry at Faulkner Hospital.

Dr. Rogoff, of Newton, was also a former Massachusetts Psychiatric Society president.

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Sports

 

RED SOX 4, TWINS 1

Chris Sale pitches Red Sox past Twins

Boston, MA: June 26, 2017:Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale fires a first inning pitch. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Minnesota Twins in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Globe Staff Photo/ Jim Davis)

Sale (10-3) allowed one run on four hits and struck out nine as the Sox kept pace with the Yankees in the AL East.

 

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Making a lineup out of the Red Sox’ retired-number players

You can (almost) make up a perfect team, position by position, from the 10 retired numbers, but the batting order is tricky.

 

Jeremy Jacobs, Mark Recchi elected to Hockey Hall of Fame

Jeremy Jacobs, who has owned the Bruins for 42 years, will enter the Hockey Hall of Fame later this year.

The Bruins owner and the former forward are among seven new members.

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Tuesday Stories

 

Names

At BET Awards, all hail New Edition

New Edition performed at 2017 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater.

New Edition stole the show at the 2017 BET Awards in so many ways we don’t even know where to begin.

 

Names

Charlie Sheen ID’d as seller of Babe Ruth-related paraphernalia

Charlie Sheen during an interview with the “Today” show.

The actor stands to make some money on the sale.

 

Names

Representative Kennedy’s family is about to get bigger

Representative Joseph Kennedy III and his wife, Lauren, in 2014.

Representative Joseph Kennedy III and his wife, Lauren, are going to be parents again.

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Comics

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Circulars

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