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Hanscom tragedy followed a celebratory evening

Philanthropist Lewis Katz and the three friends he brought to an education fund-raiser were killed, along with the jet’s crew.

After Hanscom crash, a hunt for answers

The jet ran off the end of the runway, crashed into a wooded gully and exploded in flames, killing all seven people on board.

Staffs in Mass. governor’s race struggle with diversity

Having a diverse campaign staff can be critical to tapping into a broad coalition of voters, political operatives say.

Beachgoers enjoyed Nahant on Sunday. A commission said more state funding for beaches would have wide impact.

Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff

Gains for Boston-area beaches, warning on cutbacks

State-owned beaches have improved significantly in recent years, but a study says those gains could be in jeopardy because of a lack of funding.

The state’s bottle law could be expanded to include bottled water and sports drinks.

Expanded bottle law could be headed for ballot

Voters could decide whether the law should include bottled water, sports drinks, and other noncarbonated beverages.

The Nation

Six climbers presumed dead on Mount Rainier

Visitors hiked through the snow near Mount Rainier’s Paradise Visitor Center southeast of Seattle on Sunday.

By Kirk Johnson

The climbers were “likely buried” in one of the worst alpine accidents on the mountain in decades.

Early chemotherapy extends lives of men with prostate cancer

By Andrew Pollack

A new study found that men given chemotherapy early in their treatment lived a median of nearly 14 months longer than those who did not.

Senate to take up new VA bill to address scandal

By Dina Cappiello

The bill includes several new provisions aimed at fixing the long delays for veterans’ care.

The World

Freed soldier arrives at US base in Germany

‘‘You were not left behind,’’ said Bob Bergdahl of his son, Bowe. Bergdahl addressed the media in Boise with his wife, Jani.

By Lolita C. Baldor

US officials said Sunday Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl’s health and safety appeared in jeopardy, prompting rapid action to secure his release.

Administration defends prisoner swap with Taliban

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met troops in Afghanistan. He said security steps were in place for the Taliban deal.

By Brian Knowlton

The release of the Taliban officials was sharply assailed by Republicans.

Suspect arrested in killings at Jewish museum in Belgium

By John-Thor Dahlburg

At the time of his arrest, Mehdi Nemmouche was in possession of firearms, a large quantity of ammunition, and a video claiming responsibility for the May 24 attack.

Editorial & Opinion

Opinion | JEFF JACOBY

Tax the roads, not the fuel

By Jeff Jacoby

Gasoline taxes have been the largest source of funds for building and fixing highways, but gas sales are trending down.

Jennifer Graham

Spider-Man puts Zuckerberg in perspective

Actor Andrew Garfield, who plays Spider-Man in the new blockbuster,  battled villains of perhaps another kind as Eduardo Saverin in “The Social Network.”

By Jennifer Graham

Sometimes movies can seem “realer than real.”

Mike Ross

Sharing measles yes, medical records no

Retaining medical records isn’t the easy and obvious standard that it would seem to be.

Metro

Expanded bottle law could be headed for ballot

The state’s bottle law could be expanded to include bottled water and sports drinks.

By David Abel

Voters could decide whether the law should include bottled water, sports drinks, and other noncarbonated beverages.

After Hanscom crash, a hunt for answers

National Transportation Safety Board investigators were at the scene of the crash Sunday.

By Dan Adams, Jeremy C. Fox and Martin Finucane

The jet ran off the end of the runway, crashed into a wooded gully and exploded in flames, killing all seven people on board.

Hanscom tragedy followed a celebratory evening

Top row: Businessman Lewis Katz (left) and his neighbor, Anne Leeds. Bottom row: Marcella Dalsey (left), executive director of the Drew A. Katz Foundation, and Susan Asbell, a childhood friend of Katz.

By Eric Moskowitz

Philanthropist Lewis Katz and the three friends he brought to an education fund-raiser were killed, along with the jet’s crew.

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Adrian Walker

When advice ends tragically

By Adrian Walker

Science in Mind

Alan Guth shares $1 million Kavli astrophysics prize

By Carolyn Y. Johnson

Science in Mind

Laser light triggers stem cells to regrow teeth

By Carolyn Y. Johnson

Business ǀ Science

For tech job seekers, it’s all about the city

By Michael B. Farrell

Tech startups and software companies have shed big-box office parks in the suburbs for high-rises and downtown lofts.

Even as profit and sales fall, Staples doles out bonuses

By Taryn Luna

Shareholders will get their say Monday on the controversial decision to spread about $500,000 in bonuses among four top executives at the struggling company.

App Smart

Mobile companions to summer music fests

By Kit Eaton

If you’re a festivalgoer, you have a futuristic tool to add an extra zing to the music, food, and fun: apps on your phone.

Obituaries

Ann Davis, 88; played lovable, lovelorn maid to Bradys

By Anita Gates

Ms. Davis was the Emmy-winning actress who played housekeeper Alice Nelson on ‘‘The Brady Bunch.’’

Karlheinz Böhm, at 86; actor became aid worker

By Emily Langer

Mr. Böhm began his acting career on stage and became widely popular in postwar Europe.

Bob Bailey, 87; entertainer who helped integrate Las Vegas

By William Yardley

Mr. Bailey became the host of local television and radio variety shows, rare roles for a black person at the time.

Sports

Red Sox 4, Rays 0

Red Sox win seventh straight game

Jun 1, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox third baseman Brock Holt (26) hits an RBI double during the fourth inning against the Tampa Bays Rays at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

By Julian Benbow

Brock Holt had four doubles and two RBIs, and Jon Lester struck out 12 as the Red Sox finished their home stand with another win.

Kevin Love enjoys quite a weekend in Boston

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love (front row, far right), with agent Jeff Schwartz to his right, takes in Sunday’s Red Sox game from the EMC Club at Fenway Park. Seated immediately to Love’s right is his agent, Jeff Schwartz, who also represents former Celtics star Paul Pierce.

By Baxter Holmes

Many NBA teams are focused on acquiring Love through a trade – and league sources say that includes the Celtics.

Dan Shaughnessy

A near-perfect day for Red Sox

Rookie Alex Hassan, center, was congratulated after he scored in the fourth inning.

By Dan Shaughnessy

It might have been the best day of the season, with beautiful weather, a dominant Jon Lester and two Sox getting their first career hits.

G: Health

Support to keep a loved one at home

Evelyn Domba (left) and Devora Corman before an exercise class at the Adult Day Health Program at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Roslindale.

By Courtney Humphries

Demand for adult day health centers has risen, driven by a growing population of older adults and their desire to live with family members, not in institutions.

How to choose a senior day health program

By Courtney Humphries

Tips on how to choose the right senior day health program.

Fitness

Trying to squeeze in a workout? Use your lunch hour

Owner Jessica Bashelor (left) leads a spin class at The Handle Bar studios in South Boston.

By Jaclyn Reiss

Many local professionals are turning to their lunch hour as their reliable workout time.

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Health Answers

Do children grow out of food allergies?

By Courtney Humphries

Music Review

George Strait abdicates throne with class

By Sarah Rodman

Music Review

Crowd soaks in sounds at stormy Summer Jam

By Martin Caballero

Music Review

From Russia with art songs, and glamour

By Jeremy Eichler

Opera Review

In ‘Gallo,’ Ueno engineers an operatic evolution

By Matthew Guerrieri

Events

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

Chess Notes

Weekly chess column

By Harold Dondis and Chris Chase

Names

Nick Ortolani wins a comedy battle

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Local writers head to NYC for BEA

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Tom Brady goes the distance at Best Buddies Challenge

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Danity Kane, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt out in Boston (separately)

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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