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Jurors convict friend of Tsarnaev

Azamat Tazhayakov was convicted of interfering with the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings.

Broad Institute receives $650 million mental research gift

The biomedical research institute in Cambridge announced that it had received the biggest gift for psychiatric research ever given.

 No matter how many times they are asked, Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat, and former governor Mitt Romney, a Republican, so far have the same answer — no.

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Elizabeth Warren, Mitt Romney backers won’t take no for an answer

Both Elizabeth Warren and Mitt Romney insist — repeatedly — they have no intention of running for president in 2016.

Ousted employee Steve Paulenka spoke at a protest Monday in Tewksbury.

Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

Ousted Market Basket leader urges worker rehirings

“It’s been a very difficult time for the hard-working associates of the company this past few weeks,” Arthur T. Demoulas said.

Jim and Teresa Anapol left a four-bedroom house in Stow for the convenience of a condo, here getting a new garage door.

No longer a second choice, Mass. condos in high demand

Across the state, thousands of people are giving up big backyards and privacy in return for less maintenance and more amenities.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/07/21/BostonGlobe.com/National/Images/04325641.jpg N.H. veteran Ryan Pitts receives Medal of Honor

Pitts defended an observation post in Afghanistan after the eight other soldiers providing security alongside him were killed by insurgents.

The Nation

Elizabeth Warren, Mitt Romney backers won’t take no for an answer

 No matter how many times they are asked, Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat, and former governor Mitt Romney, a Republican, so far have the same answer — no.

By Matt Viser

Both Elizabeth Warren and Mitt Romney insist — repeatedly — they have no intention of running for president in 2016.

Perry will send National Guard troops to Mexico border

A group of immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally are stopped, Wednesday, June 25, 2014, in Granjeno, Texas. At least six local, state and federal law enforcement agencies patrol the five mile zone which is illegal immigration’s busiest corridor. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

By Manny Fernandez

Governor Rick Perry said the border had been overwhelmed by tens of thousands of unaccompanied children.

N.H. veteran Ryan Pitts receives Medal of Honor

President Obama praised Ryan Pitts for holding the line in one of the bloodiest battles of the war in Afghanistan.

By Thomas Gibbons-Neff

Pitts defended an observation post in Afghanistan after the eight other soldiers providing security alongside him were killed by insurgents.

The World

Ukraine separatists agree to hand over bodies and black boxes

Members of a forensics team prepare to inspect rail cars carrying the bodies of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 victims in Torez, Ukraine, on Monday.

By David M. Herszenhorn

The agreement was announced by the prime minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak.

Obama blames Russia for chaos at crash site

By Peter Baker

Four days after the passenger jet was shot down, Obama tried to raise the pressure on the Kremlin.

Dutch anger swells at treatment of crash victims

Mourners wore white at a remembrance gathering Monday in Rotterdam for Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 passengers.

By Mike Corder

The Dutch have condemned the way the bodies of the victims have been handled in Ukraine and the fact they have not yet been returned home

Editorial & Opinion

TOM KEANE

The real reason for income inequality

Newton South High School’s graduation on June 9.

By Tom Keane

The economy has been undergoing changes that benefit workers with skills and smarts, but leave behind those without.

PAUL MCMORROW

Boston’s BRA isn’t equipped to do its job

By Paul McMorrow

The Boston Redevelopment Authority isn’t set up to do the job it’s supposed to do, because its focus is upside-down.

editorial

In looting crash site, Ukrainian separatists show contempt for victims

No justification exists for the disrespectful abuse of passengers’ remains and the delay in giving access to outside inspectors.

Metro

Azamat Tazhayakov verdict could affect related court cases

The Tazhayakov family — mother Tuyrsynai, sister Almira, and father Ismagoulov —left the federal courthouse Monday.

By Milton J. Valencia

His conviction Monday could influence how his other two friends defend against charges that they too lied to authorities investigating the bombings.

Broad Institute receives $650 million mental research gift

Vada and Ted Stanley helped their son overcome his bipolar disorder; he is now an attorney.

By Carolyn Y. Johnson

The biomedical research institute in Cambridge announced that it had received the biggest gift for psychiatric research ever given.

Jurors convict friend of Tsarnaev

Azamat Tazhayakov is shown in a file courtroom sketch.

By Patricia Wen

Azamat Tazhayakov was convicted of interfering with the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings.

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After missing N.H. teen returns home, details scarce

By Zachary T. Sampson and Faiz Siddiqui

Gun bill change worries police

By Derek J. Anderson

TYNGSBOROUGH

Police hunt suspect in Tyngsborough bank robbery

By Trisha Thadani

Business

No longer a second choice, Mass. condos in high demand

Jim and Teresa Anapol left a four-bedroom house in Stow for the convenience of a condo, here getting a new garage door.

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Across the state, thousands of people are giving up big backyards and privacy in return for less maintenance and more amenities.

Ousted Market Basket leader urges worker rehirings

Ousted employee Steve Paulenka spoke at a protest Monday in Tewksbury.

By Casey Ross and Erin Ailworth

“It’s been a very difficult time for the hard-working associates of the company this past few weeks,” Arthur T. Demoulas said.

Market Basket management paying for missteps in standoff

Produce shelves at Burlington’s Market Basket were empty.

By Jack Newsham

What began as a family feud has quickly escalated from a public relations nightmare into an outright business crisis.

Obituaries

Holly Ladd, at 59; public policy activist wrote powerful blog after ALS diagnosis

As executive director of SatelLife, Ms. Ladd provided health professionals in less developed nations with online access to critical medical information.

By Bryan Marquard

During her many years leading nonprofits and health care information agencies, Ms. Ladd crafted phrases that combined compassion with calls to action.

Thomas Berger, at 89; versatile satirical novelist

By Christopher Lehmann-Haupt and William McDonald

Mr. Berger was a reclusive and bitingly satirical novelist who explored the myths of the American West in “Little Big Man.”

Sports

red sox 14, blue jays 1

David Ortiz homers twice in Red Sox rout

David Ortiz watched his second two-run home Monday against the Blue Jays.

By Peter Abraham

The Red Sox hit four home runs to back up an effective John Lackey in winning their fifth straight.

Christopher L. Gasper

Red Sox should do Jon Lester deal now

Jon Lester accepted congratulations after pitching eight scoreless inning on Sunday.

By Christopher L. Gasper

Vince Wilfork would sum up the state of the Sox-Lester negotiations this way: “They know the longer it takes the more it costs.”

Evan Turner agrees to deal with Celtics

Evan Turner averaged 17.4 points with the 76ers and 7.1 with the Pacers last season.

By Baxter Holmes

The guard/forward split time last season playing for the 76ers and the Pacers.

G: Living

You gotta wear shades?

By Beth Teitell

Do you wear sunglasses at night or inside? You might want to rethink your look.

Frame by Frame

‘Diana and Stag Automaton’ at the MFA

By Sebastian Smee

The Kunstkammer gallery overflows with fascinating objects, elaborately crafted from rare or unusual materials.

Music Review

From Nelsons at Tanglewood, staples and new music

Andris Nelsons leading the Boston Symphony Orchestra with violin soloist Joshua Bell on Sunday at Tanglewood.

By Jeremy Eichler

Andris Nelsons leads a second weekend of BSO concerts at Tanglewood, including the first notes of music by a living composer.

More Stories

Photography review

The jury isn’t out at the Griffin Museum

By Mark Feeney

Events

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

Names

Tenley Albright throws a bash for other Tenleys

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Lambtons pitch in for hospital benefit

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Maria Menounos with matching ensemble

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Locals at Television Critics Association tour

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Mike Cahill brings ‘I Origins’ to the Brattle

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Johnny Depp at Back Bay Social Club

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Stage Review

A diva, a maestro, and a screwball setup

By Alexis Soloski