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Mystery yacht has Hampton Beach talking

A yacht that ended up on a beach near Alicia Preston’s house in Hampton, N.H., has been the topic of rumors.

Joanne Rathe/Globe staff

The rumors began swirling through this New Hampshire community just as soon as the vessel crashed into the marsh.

Paramedic Ruben Torres will undergo training at EasCare LLC, one of several Massachusetts ambulance companies that plan to branch into home health care.

Paramedics branch into home care

Several ambulance companies plan to send personnel to treat patients where they live instead of taking them to hospitals.

Cedric Douglas, at his Uphams Corner studio, is focused on connecting neighbors with art.

In Uphams Corner, he makes art hit home

Cedric Douglas uses murals and face-to-face encounters to give voice to the neighborhoods where he has lived.

Man charged with obstructing bombing probe

Khairullozhon Matanov, 23, was taken away in handcuffs after a brief hearing in federal court this afternoon.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/05/31/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/200_matanov.jpg Suspect called ‘go-getter’ who showed no extremist views

Khairullozhon Matanov, who was described as hard working, is charged with obstructing the investigation into the Marathon bombings.

The Nation

Bowing to rising pressure, VA chief steps down

President Obama said the political storm over veterans’ care had made Eric Shinseki’s continuing leadership untenable.

By Michael D. Shear and Richard A. Oppel Jr.

Eric Shinseki took the blame for what he decried as a ‘‘lack of integrity’’ in the VA’s sprawling health care system.

House panel drops John Kerry testimony

Representative Darrell Issa said John Kerry sought to avoid testifying before the House panel led by Issa.

By Donna Cassata

The committee’s chairman released the secretary of state from his obligation to testify about the deadly 2012 attack.

Obama press secretary resigning from job

Jay Carney (right) is stepping down as White House press secretary. His successor is Josh Earnest (left).

By Nedra Pickler

Jay Carney is stepping down after more than three years as White House press secretary.

The World

Army chief says Thai vote more than a year away

A soldier took up position in front of a screen at the Victory Monument in Bangkok, where protesters recently gathered.

By Thanyarat Doksone

General Prayuth Chan-ocha also repeated warnings against protests or resistance to the army’s May 22 takeover.

Suicide bomber in Syria identified as Fla. man

By Mark Mazzetti, Eric Schmitt and Michael S. Schmidt

Moner Mohammad Abusalha traveled to Syria late last year, according to law enforcement officials.

2 Indian officers fired for inaction after rapes

Students at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi Friday protested the gang rape and killings of two teenage cousins.

By Biswajeet Banerjee

Officials fired the officers for failing to investigate the disappearance of two cousins, who were gang-raped and later found dead.

Editorial & Opinion

RENÉE LOTH

Town and gown: a delicate balance

Two properties on Radnor Road in Brighton, which is within walking distance of Boston College.

By Renée Loth

When it comes to living in safety and harmony in this great city we share, everyone can use an education.

LAWRENCE HARMON

Targeting johns, not prostitutes

By Lawrence Harmon

A new approach calls for going after those who purchase sex.

JOANNA WEISS

How to read a killer

By Joanna Weiss

Elliot Rodger’s manifesto shows us how simplistic we can be in the face of murder sprees like the one he committed in California.

Metro

In Uphams Corner, he makes art hit home

Cedric Douglas, at his Uphams Corner studio, is focused on connecting neighbors with art.

By Alexa Mills

Cedric Douglas uses murals and face-to-face encounters to give voice to the neighborhoods where he has lived.

Suspect called ‘go-getter’ who showed no extremist views

The taxi Khairullozhon Matanov drove. parked in the rear of the Quincy apartment complex where he lived.

By Peter Schworm

Khairullozhon Matanov, who was described as hard working, is charged with obstructing the investigation into the Marathon bombings.

Man charged with obstructing bombing probe

Undated photo of Khairullozhon Matanov on Adam Leo’s Facebook page.

By Milton J. Valencia

Khairullozhon Matanov, 23, was taken away in handcuffs after a brief hearing in federal court this afternoon.

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NEEDHAM

Police seek woman who approached boy in Needham

By Jacqueline Tempera

Business

Paramedics branch into home care

Paramedic Ruben Torres will undergo training at EasCare LLC, one of several Massachusetts ambulance companies that plan to branch into home health care.

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Several ambulance companies plan to send personnel to treat patients where they live instead of taking them to hospitals.

With Beats deal, Apple endorses a streaming future

A pedestrian walked past a Beats Electronics display in a subway station in New York City.

By Michael B. Farrell

The company that pioneered the digital music download appears to be endorsing a future in which most content will be streamed instead.

Grants add art, interest in Fort Point Channel

Palms floating in Fort Point Channel are among the exhibits being added to spark interest in the area.

By Casey Ross

Boston officials are hoping to turn the channel into a version of Boston Common on the water.

Obituaries

Andrew Mollison, 75; his work let elderly stay in their homes

By Matt Schudel

Mr. Mollison had been active in the village movement, an effort to organize volunteers to help the elderly “age in place.’’

Robert J. Flynn, 76; bombardier-navigator shot down in Vietnam War

By Richard Goldstein

Commander Flynn spent 5½ years in a Communist Chinese prison during the Vietnam War, almost always in solitary confinement.

Massimo Vignelli, 83; modernist graphic designer

Mr. Vignelli’s subway map was like an engineer’s diagram of the movement of electricity, but it confused many riders.

By Douglas Martin

Mr. Vignelli’s New York subway map both guided and confounded riders in the 1970s.

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Sports

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Red Sox beat Rays in heated game

David Ortiz was restrained by umpire Jeff Kellogg as the benches cleared in the fourth inning.

By Peter Abraham

The Red Sox won again last night, but the big story is the ongoing tensions between the Sox and the Rays.

on football

Brandon Browner, Darrelle Revis will fit in nicely

Patriots cornerbacks Brandon Browner (right) and  Malcolm Butler get acquainted during OTAs in Foxborough.

By Ben Volin

Browner and Revis were brought to turn the Patriots into a heavy-hitting, bump-and-run type of defense.

David Price defends his actions

Rays starter David Price hit two Red Sox batters Friday night.  (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)

By Julian Benbow

Price plunked David Ortiz and Mike Carp, adding fuel to the animosity between the Red Sox and the Rays.

G: Family

Leon White and golf poetry

Leon White at Pine Meadows Golf Club in Lexington.

By Joseph P. Kahn

On the course and on the page, the retired MIT professor and health care executive celebrates golf’s poetic side.

From the Archives

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Sounds of the Summer

By Leanne Burden Seidel and Lisa Tuite

In the heat of the sun or under a ceiling of stars, fans come together in masses to enjoy music outside this time of year. Massachusetts has hosted many different warm weather concerts.

Stage Review

Cirque’s ‘Amaluna’ is a seductive, magical whirlwind

A performer, using her neck to balance, hangs from a hoop  in “Amaluna.”

By Patti Hartigan

“Amaluna,” the latest Cirque du Soleil spectacle to land in Boston, has something new: a story that has women at its core.