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Jared Remy pleads guilty to murder of Jennifer Martel

Jared Remy’s admission means he will spend life in state prison without the possibility of parole.

Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff

Remy admitted he savagely stabbed Jennifer Martel last August as their 4-year-old daughter watched and three neighbors screamed and tried to stop him.

Yvonne Abraham

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/06/26/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/abrahamy--90x90.png Jared Remy makes one last attack on his victim

What a spectacle of the depths to which people can sink. What a vividly detailed map of the wasteland brutality leaves behind.

DeLeo pushes tighter gun law

House Speaker Robert DeLeo said the state could not wait for federal action to curb gun violence.

John Hynes is trying to take what he learned from that project and put it to work on a 6.3-million-square-foot mixed-use development in the Seaport District.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Seaport developer builds on distant lessons

Boston developer John Hynes learned hard lessons while trying to build a city from scratch in South Korea.

Boston-based thriller writer Joseph Finder’s new novel, “Suspicion,’’ debuted this week.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

Thriller writer Joseph Finder’s publishing plot twist

The best-selling author hopes severing ties with his publisher and agent will help his new thriller, “Suspicion,” reach a larger audience.

The Nation

Seaport developer builds on distant lessons

John Hynes is trying to take what he learned from that project and put it to work on a 6.3-million-square-foot mixed-use development in the Seaport District.

By Matt Viser

Boston developer John Hynes learned hard lessons while trying to build a city from scratch in South Korea.

Obama plans 2016 deadline for Afghan exit

By Mark Landler

Under a new timetable outlined by President Obama, the 32,000 US troops now in Afghanistan would be reduced to 9,800 after this year.

Detroit task force says blight cleanup will cost $850 million

By Monica Davey

The price tag includes the likely demolition of 40,000 buildings scattered around the city.

The World

Amid low turnout, Egypt extends presidential voting

Egyptian women filled out ballots in the presidential elections at a polling station of the al-Gamaleya area, in Cairo.

By David D. Kirkpatrick

There was conspicuously low voter turnout in the presidential election that was expected to confer new legitimacy on the rule of Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.

Ukraine fighting intensifies after election

A woman looked at a building that was destroyed in Monday’s combat near the international airport in Donetsk.

By Peter Leonard

Both sides stepped up their attacks after the rebellious regions mostly boycotted a presidential election that delivered a decisive winner.

Thai troops detain gov’t minister who blasted coup

Chaturon Chaisang was taken away by Thai soldiers after a press conference in Bangkok on Tuesday.

By Todd Pitman

About half a dozen soldiers took former Education Minister Chaturon Chaisang into custody in a chaotic scene at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand.

Editorial & Opinion

Ilana Bet-El

The verge of hatred

In France, Front National party president Marine Le Pen reacts to the party’s election success Sunday.

By Ilana Bet-El

The elections in Europe were full of passions, rivalries, history. And hatred.

FARAH STOCKMAN

Rite of passage for the elderly

By Farah Stockman

Being elderly is about taking stock of life, and keeping only what’s absolutely necessary.

DERRICK Z. JACKSON

Wyoming, the state of science denial

Coal is transported via conveyor belt to the coal-fired Jim Bridger Power Plant.

By Derrick Z. Jackson

The Wyoming legislature refused to approve education standards because it was afraid they would turn children against the state’s coal and oil industry.

Metro

Jared Remy pleads guilty to murder of Jennifer Martel

Jared Remy’s admission means he will spend life in state prison without the possibility of parole.

By Eric Moskowitz

Remy admitted he savagely stabbed Jennifer Martel last August as their 4-year-old daughter watched and three neighbors screamed and tried to stop him.

Jared Remy pleads guilty to murder of Jennifer Martel

Jared Remy walked into Middlesex Superior Court Tuesday.

By Eric Moskowitz

Jared Remy, the son of one of New England’s most famous sports figures, pleaded guilty Tuesday to first-degree murder for savagely killing his girlfriend, Jennifer Martel, in their Waltham home last August, while the couple’s distraught 4-year-old daughter looked on.

Thriller writer Joseph Finder’s publishing plot twist

Boston-based thriller writer Joseph Finder’s new novel, “Suspicion,’’ debuted this week.

By Joseph P. Kahn

The best-selling author hopes severing ties with his publisher and agent will help his new thriller, “Suspicion,” reach a larger audience.

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DeLeo pushes tighter gun law

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Yvonne Abraham

Jared Remy makes one last attack on his victim

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At 94, a high school senior like no other

By David Filipov and Jacqueline Tempera

MBTA driver pleads not guilty in Newton bus crash

By Martine Powers and Jacqueline Tempera

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DeLeo leads joint effort on gun control

By Adrian Walker

Body found behind Hyannis elementary school

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Business

Acquia may go public in 2015

By Michael B. Farrell

The fast growing Burlington software company has raised $50 million to finance expansion as it considers an IPO next year.

Restaurants with a taste for innovation

At Gather in Fort Point’s District Hall building, guests can dine on such fare as duck tacos and char-grilled octopus.

By Callum Borchers

A creative, adventurous food scene is fast emerging in the Innovation District.

MIT celebrates 50 years of computing

By Hiawatha Bray

The celebration takes place Wednesday and Thursday at MIT’s Stata Center, and is timed to coincide with the end of MIT’s 2013-2014 academic year.

Obituaries

Priscilla Rand, at 86; connected children with the theater

“Like painting, like playing an instrument, theater is a vital art form,”  said Priscilla Whitehouse Rand.

By Michele Richinick

Mrs. Rand, 86, who formerly lived in Lincoln, was founding director of the Boston Children’s Theatre Stagemobile.

Sports

Red sox 6, braves 3

Red Sox make it a winning streak

Grady Sizemore, left, and Jackie Bradley Jr. celebrated after Tuesday’s win.

By Peter Abraham

Jackie Bradley drove in two runs in a four-run seventh inning as the Red Sox won their 2nd straight in Atlanta.

On baseball

Grady Sizemore shows more flashes for Red Sox

Sizemore doubled to right, stole third, and scored on a single in the fourth inning Tuesday night.

By Nick Cafardo

Sizemore was key to a win that the Red Sox hopes marks a turnaround for their season of turmoil - and a turnaround for the struggling outfielder.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Newton North’s Joe Siciliano a diamond gem

Joe Siciliano’s Newton North Tigers will host Catholic Memorial Wednesday.

By Dan Shaughnessy

The 67 year-old Siciliano believes having fun is a key component to playing baseball.

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Red Sox notebook

Red Sox say Clay Buchholz has injured knee

By Peter Abraham

Canadiens 7, Rangers 4

Canadiens top Rangers, extend series

North/Central/West girls’ golf tournament

Wellesley girls’ golf team earns chance to defend state title

By Carl Setterlund

US 2, Azerbaijan 0

US soccer warms up with a shutout victory

By Janie McCauley

Thunder 105, Spurs 92

Spurs no match for Thunder in Game 4

By Cliff Brunt

Donald Sterling blasts NBA

By Brian Mahoney and Tami Abdollah

G: Food

Retro party snacks on the menu

At Wink & Nod, Last Word (left) and Ivana are the drinks accompanying the spiced bar nuts.

By Kara Baskin

Chefs never forget their favorites from decades past and are finding their patrons remember those tastes too.

Recipe for French onion dip

Allow several hours for the flavors to mellow before serving with potato chips or other crisp, salty chips.

Chefs’ favorite childhood snacks

Wink & Nod in the South End.

Chefs talk about their favorite childhood snacks.

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taste kitchen

Ladling out a winning tomato soup

By Debra Samuels

By the Glass

Godello is enjoying a revival

By Ellen Bhang

sunday supper

Angel hair with shrimp turns into frittata

By Lisa Zwirn

Book Review

‘Mrs. Hemingway’ by Naomi Wood

By Daneet Steffens

A Tank Away

Wells, Maine: For families, more fun-loving than fancy

By Diane Bair and Pamela Wright

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

Ask Amy

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‘Black Mass’ shoots in East Boston, ‘Grey Lady’ in South Boston

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Norman Mailer’s former lover says Harvard papers prove her point

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‘An Evening With Al Pacino’ coming to Boston

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Trailer surfaces for local film ‘The Equalizer’

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Bill Murray a surprise guest at bachelor party

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Boston Calling acts record acoustic covers while in town

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Emmy Rossum at Trinity Church

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein