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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/04/24/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/hospital150-7644.jpg Hacker group Anonymous targets Children’s Hospital

The hospital was hit by a series of attacks apparently in response to its involvement in the Justina Pelletier custody case.

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke about her new book, “Fighting Chance,” this week with David Muir of ABC News.

ABC News

Warren gets wide exposure, friendly questions on book tour

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s softball media tour has made her and her populist message nearly ubiquitous on major media outlets.

State Representative David Campbell was the focus of an attorney general report after running over the ducks.

Demise of 5 cherished ducks brings a trail of human turmoil

A complicated saga has ensued after N.H. state representative David Campbell ran over a flock of ducks at a Nashua hotel.

Boston firefighters would see 18.8% pay hike

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh promised during last year’s mayoral campaign that he would move swiftly to reach a resolution on a contract with the city’s firefighters.

Jared Wickerham/Getty Images

The six-year pact, which firefighters are expected to vote on next week, would cost the city $92.4 million, according to officials.

Warren Tolman, seeking the Democratic nomination in the race for state attorney general, would cut all ties with a Quincy firm seeking to join with state lotteries to run cash-payout fantasy sports games.

Mass. AG hopeful aided online gambling venture

An adviser for Warren Tolman said the candidate would cut all ties with Fast Strike Games if he’s elected to office.

The Nation

Measles cases on rise in US

Measles is a forgotten danger.

By Mike Stobbe

Health officials are worried about recent US measles outbreaks that so far have caused more illnesses than at the same point of any year since 1996.

After Palestinian ‘unity pact,’ Israel halts talks

By Bryan Bender

The US-brokered talks stalled after the agreement between rival Palestinian factions.

Ambulance services target of Medicare fraud inquiries

By Shannon Pettypiece

The Department of Health and Human Services has identified ambulance service as one of the biggest areas of overuse and abuse in Medicare.

The World

Ukraine renews skirmishes with separatists

A pro-Russian activist stood guard at a roadblock after an attack by a Ukrainian army unit near Slovyansk, Ukraine.

By C.J. Chivers,

The day’s events buried already feeble hopes that a deal reached last Thursday in Geneva by diplomats might calm a crisis between Ukraine and Russia.

3 Americans killed in attack on Kabul hospital

Women left Cure Hospital in Kabul after an attack killed three US doctors and injured several other people.

By Tim Craig

Three American medical staff members died when an Afghan security official opened fire Thursday at an American-run Christian hospital.

Improperly stored cargo ferry design led to disaster

Relatives slapped Choi Sang-hwan, deputy head of the Korea Coast Guard, at a rescue command center Thursday.

By Choe Sang-Hun

Prosecutors officially attributed the sinking of a South Korean ferry to an improper stowage of cargo and a loss of stability caused by a change in the vessel’s design.

Editorial & Opinion

editorial

Afghan election brings fresh hope

After 12 years of poor leadership, corruption, and violence, Afghanistan is getting a badly needed second chance.

‘Shark Tank’ in Cambridge | editorial

Dream big, but get investors

“Shark Tank’s” Kevin O’Leary invested $75,000 in a Cohasset bakery.

The Cambridge “Shark Tank” tryout was a reminder that capital for business innovation often occurs far beyond the confines of venture capital and traditional banking.

JOANNA WEISS

Redefining teenage success

By Joanna Weiss

The high-achievement arms race is too hard to resist. The change needs to come from someplace else. I nominate college admissions offices.

Metro

Demise of 5 cherished ducks brings a trail of human turmoil

State Representative David Campbell was the focus of an attorney general report after running over the ducks.

By Billy Baker

A complicated saga has ensued after N.H. state representative David Campbell ran over a flock of ducks at a Nashua hotel.

Warren gets wide exposure, friendly questions on book tour

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke about her new book, “Fighting Chance,” this week with David Muir of ABC News.

By Noah Bierman

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s softball media tour has made her and her populist message nearly ubiquitous on major media outlets.

Mass. AG hopeful aided online gambling venture

Warren Tolman, seeking the Democratic nomination in the race for state attorney general, would cut all ties with a Quincy firm seeking to join with state lotteries to run cash-payout fantasy sports games.

By Jim O’Sullivan

An adviser for Warren Tolman said the candidate would cut all ties with Fast Strike Games if he’s elected to office.

More Stories

Kevin Cullen

Chronicling a heroin addict’s life

By Kevin Cullen

GRAFTON

DA probing death of month-old baby in Grafton

By Evan Allen and Jeremy C. Fox

Names

Celtics are offline, but not Jared Sullinger

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Business

Hacker group Anonymous targets Children’s Hospital

The hacker group Anonymous has taken aim at Boston Children’s Hospital over the child-custody case involving Justina Pelletier.

By Michael B. Farrell and Patricia Wen

The hospital was hit by a series of attacks apparently in response to its involvement in the Justina Pelletier custody case.

SEC urges Nevada judge to move TelexFree case to Mass.

Homeland Security Investigators raided telecommunications and marketing firm TelexFree earlier this month.

By Beth Healy

The bankruptcy case involves a Marlborough company that is accused of running a $1 billion Ponzi scheme.

Maple water soon flowing into stores

Kate Weiler and Jeff Rose founded DRINKmaple in Concord. They learned of maple water on a trip to Quebec for a triathlon.

By Taryn Luna

Businesses saw coconut water explode into a $150 million a year phenomena. Now they are banking on maple water as the next big thing.

More Stories

Shirley Leung

More help needed to expand tech education

By Shirley Leung

US seeks settlement with Bank of America

By Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Ben Protess

Personal finance

Last year’s deadbeats do best as stocks stall

By Steve Rothwell

Obituaries

Jon Imber, 63; artist kept painting with exuberance in face of ALS

Jon Imber created a large self-portrait on canvas in 2013.

By Cate McQuaid

The Somerville artist kept painting until his final days, despite dealing with a debilitating disease.

Jacques Servier, 92; drug firm owner accused of hiding risks

Mr. Servier started with just a few workers in 1954.

By David Jolly

Mr. Servier built his company into a global drugmaker with 17,000 workers and sales in 2013 of about $5.8 billion.

Hans Hollein, Austrian architect; at 80

Mr. Hollein’s work ranged from big museums through tiny shops to furniture and sunglasses.

Sports

bruins 3, red wings 2 (OT)

Bruins take 3-1 series lead on Red Wings

Dougie Hamilton, left, celebrated with Jarome Iginla after Iginla’s game-winning goal.

By Amalie Benjamin

Jarome Iginla scored off a deflection of a Dougie Hamilton shot in overtime as the Bruins seized a 3-1 lead they’re bringing back to Boston.

ON HOCKEY

Bruins’ No. 1 line woke up in time

Milan Lucic beat Red Wings goalie Jonas Gustavsson early in the third period to tie the game at 2-2.

By Fluto Shinzawa

When they’re on their game, the Bruins are relentless. There is no unit that does this better than the top line.

YANKEES 14, RED SOX 5

Yankees benefit from five Red Sox errors

The ugly truth at Fenway is on display behind left fielder Jonny Gomes as the Yankees controlled Thursday’s finale.

By Peter Abraham

Sox starter Felix Doubront allowed seven runs in just 2 innings. Red Sox pitchers issued 12 walks.

G: Arts & Movies

Stage review

‘As You Like It’ a comic ramble in the woods

Brooke Hardman (left) and Mara Sidmore in a scene from “As You Like It.”

By Jeremy D. Goodwin

Robert Walsh directs a fluid, funny production of “As You Like It” in Medford by the Actors’ Shakespeare Project.

In ‘Sila,’ perspectives on climate change inspired by the Arctic

By Linda Matchan

The world premiere of the first of Chantal Bilodeau’s planned eight-play cycle opens at the Central Square Theater.

Classical Notes

Soprano Voigt forges her own path forward

Deborah Voigt, long a star in the opera world, says of her other projects: “I think having had a career that’s now going on almost 25 years, maybe more, I feel like I’ve earned it.”

By David Weininger

Deborah Voigt is still an opera singer, yet she’s entered a phase in which opera performance is taking something of a back seat to other projects.

More Stories

Photography REview

At the MFA, making photography a fine art

By Mark Feeney

Book Review

‘Northanger Abbey’ by Val McDermid

By Daneet Steffens

NIGHT WATCH

#LATENIGHTBOS: #RIDETHELINE

By Alex Stills

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

Names

Jason Sudeikis films ‘Tumbledown’ in Princeton, has a son

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Instagram star Tuna comes to town

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Daniel Radcliffe’s man crush on Tom Brady

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

‘Salem’ gets big ratings and a Manson theme song

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Steve Wynn, George Clooney clash over Obama

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein