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Ibragim Todashev shooter had stormy record as officer

The Boston FBI agent who fatally shot a Chechen friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev had a brief and troubled past at the Oakland Police Department.

Jamie Ciocon, a student at Boston College, used Yik Yak for four days but deleted it because of “repulsive” comments.

Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff

Yik Yak app raises bullying concerns

The app, which lets you post comments anonymously, is sometimes used to insult, shame, and threaten.

Jacqueline Kennedy shared a secret correspondence over nearly 15 years with Father Joseph Leonard, an Irish priest.

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New letters reveal more intimate side of Jackie Kennedy

The former first lady shared a secret correspondence over nearly 15 years with Father Joseph Leonard, an Irish priest.

Holly Cekala sees as many as 700 people looking for help a day as manager of the Anchor Recovery Community Center in Pawtucket.

Fentanyl heightens a heroin crisis in R.I.

Fentanyl-laced heroin has been linked to dozens, and possibly hundreds, of opioid-related deaths in the Northeast.

Shirley Leung

Banking executives get lots of help with housing

Bank leaders earning hefty salaries may also get pricey housing subsidies.

The Nation

New letters reveal more intimate side of Jackie Kennedy

Jacqueline Kennedy shared a secret correspondence over nearly 15 years with Father Joseph Leonard, an Irish priest.

By Matt Viser

The former first lady shared a secret correspondence over nearly 15 years with Father Joseph Leonard, an Irish priest.

Stay of execution granted for Texas inmate

By Michael Graczyk

Robert James Campbell, 41, would have been the first US inmate executed since a botched execution in Oklahoma two weeks ago.

Tea Party favorite wins nod in Neb. primary for Senate

Ben Sasse captured the Republican nomination for Senate in a bitter race that highlighted the fissures within the GOP.

The World

Relief, anger for parents of missing Nigerian girls

Calls worldwide for the Nigerian girls’ release included a march Tuesday on the Esplanade du Trocadero in Paris.

By Adam Nossiter

The militants released their video to news organizations on Monday, providing the first glimpse of the girls in what has become a global search effort.

6 soldiers killed in Ukraine; Germany pushes peace

By Nataliya Vasilyeva

Ukraine’s leadership appeared cool to the plan for peace and US officials view its prospects for success skeptically

UN mediator for Syria quits; France says chemicals still used

Special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi (right) announced his exit, with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at his side.

By Somini Sengupta

The two events pointed to the failings of the West’s signature efforts on Syria.

Editorial & Opinion

Cathy Young

Colleges can’t play cop in sexual assault investigations

University of Oregon students and staff protest on the steps of Johnson Hall on the UO campus in Eugene, Ore. Thursday May 8, 2014 against sexual violence in the wake of allegations of rape brought against three UO basketball players by a fellow student.(AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Chris Pietsch)

By Cathy Young

Victims are ill-served by having such offenses treated as disciplinary violations rather than crimes.

SCOT LEHIGH

Casting light on shadowy campaign dollars

By Scot Lehigh

The issue of super PACs’ financial disclosure is a vital good-government concern.

JEFF JACOBY

‘Fossil free’ isn’t folly free

Activists rallied at the State House last September to urge divestment from companies that produce and support fossil fuels.

By Jeff Jacoby

Using economic weapons for ideological reasons can lead to unintended consequences.

Metro

Fentanyl heightens a heroin crisis in R.I.

Holly Cekala sees as many as 700 people looking for help a day as manager of the Anchor Recovery Community Center in Pawtucket.

By Brian MacQuarrie

Fentanyl-laced heroin has been linked to dozens, and possibly hundreds, of opioid-related deaths in the Northeast.

Ibragim Todashev shooter had stormy record as officer

Crime scene technicians and law enforcement officers worked at the complex where Ibragim Todashev (left) was killed last year.

By Maria Sacchetti

The Boston FBI agent who fatally shot a Chechen friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev had a brief and troubled past at the Oakland Police Department.

Few answers yet in N.H. officer’s death

Brentwood, N.H. Police Chief Wayne Robinson showed emotion during a press conference Tuesday.

By Peter Schworm and Evan Allen

The officer who was fatally shot “walked into a situation that he didn’t anticipate,” an official said.

Business

Shirley Leung

Banking executives get lots of help with housing

By Shirley Leung

Bank leaders earning hefty salaries may also get pricey housing subsidies.

Steward reaches deal with Doctors Express

By Robert Weisman

Patients from Steward’s community hospitals will be able to be treated for common illnesses or injuries at nearby Doctors Express walk-in centers.

Google loses key privacy fight in EU

Google said it would need time to study the court’s decision, which is a final judgment and cannot be appealed.

By David Streitfeld

The highest European court gave individuals the right to influence what can be learned about them through Web searches.

Sports

ON HOCKEY

How Bruins can beat Canadiens

The Bruins regrouped at practice Tuesday, with the biggest game of the season (so far) coming up Wednesday.  John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

By Fluto Shinzawa

Crossbars and bad luck are not what’s hurting the Bruins; they need to get back to doing what has brought them so much success this season.

Kevin Paul Dupont

Canadiens’ gambling style an advantage vs. Bruins

Montreal’s Lars Eller celebrated his goal against the Bruins in Game 6.

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Montreal coach Michel Therrien isn’t afraid to court risk, which has helped his club against the steadfast approach of Claude Julien.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Bruins will beat Canadiens in Game 7

Patrice Bergeron and the Bruins will face elimination when they meet the Canadiens Wednesday night.

By Dan Shaughnessy

I’m secretly glad that this series went seven games — it will make Wednesday that much sweeter. Losing this game is simply unacceptable.

G: Food

Chefs see themselves in ‘Chef’

From left, Margaret and Irene Li of Mei Mei, Tim Maslow of Ribelle, James DiSabatino of Roxy’s Grilled Cheese, and Rachel Klein of Liquid Art House at the AMC Loews Boston Common.

By Michael Floreak

Five Boston-area chefs critique the new film “Chef,” about a Los Angeles chef working in a high-end, but soulless, restaurant.

Yik Yak app raises bullying concerns

Jamie Ciocon, a student at Boston College, used Yik Yak for four days but deleted it because of “repulsive” comments.

By Bella English

The app, which lets you post comments anonymously, is sometimes used to insult, shame, and threaten.

The director-actor of ‘Chef’ trained in a kitchen

In a scene from “Chef,” (clockwise from left) Emjay Anthony, Jon Favreau, Aaron Franklin, and John Leguizamo at Franklin Barbeque in Austin, Texas.

Director and actor Jon Favreau prepared for his role in “Chef” by developing his culinary skills, but he started out with the mindset of a chef. “I like food,” he says.

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