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Voters split on sheltering migrant children in Mass.

A Globe poll found Mass. voters split on providing temporary shelter for up to 1,000 unaccompanied immigrant children on a state air base.

 A Hamas rocket destroyed a house in the Tel Aviv suburb of Yehud, close to Ben-Gurion Airport, on Tuesday, prompting the United States to ban flights for 24 hours.

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US halts flights to Israel

A Hamas rocket exploded Tuesday near Israel’s main airport, prompting the ban on all flights from the United States.

Sawyer Nunes (left) and Thayne Jasperson rehearse “Finding Neverland.”

‘Finding Neverland’ opens at ART, aims for Broadway

The musical teams artistic director Diane Paulus with film titan Harvey Weinstein in what could be ART’s biggest Broadway-bound production yet.

Pistol in gun charge case similar to one that killed MIT officer

A firearm in a case involving a Tsarnaev friend is the same model alleged to have been used in the shooting of Sean Collier.

Market Basket workers held signs outside their Stadium Plaza store in Lowell.

Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff

Market Basket regulars find ready alternatives

Supermarkets across Mass. are experiencing a rush of business from customers once loyal to Market Basket.

Police chiefs rip change in Mass. gun control bill

The state Senate stripped a provision from the bill aimed at keeping rifles and shotguns out of the hands of dangerous people.

The Nation

Courts issue opposite decisions on health care

By Robert Pear

It appears unlikely that Tuesday’s rulings will have any bearing in Massachusetts.

Perdue wins Senate primary, will face Nunn

David Perdue, a former CEO  of Dollar General, narrowly defeated US Representative Jack Kingston.

By Ashley Parker

David Perdue, a former chief executive of Dollar General, won Tuesday’s Republican runoff in Georgia to become his party’s Senate nominee.

Obama nominee McDonald pledges to ‘transform’ VA

Robert McDonald cited problems with patient access to health care, transparency, accountability, and integrity, among other issues.

Robert McDonald, a former Procter & Gamble chief executive and an Army veteran, said taking care of veterans is personal.

The World

US halts flights to Israel

 A Hamas rocket destroyed a house in the Tel Aviv suburb of Yehud, close to Ben-Gurion Airport, on Tuesday, prompting the United States to ban flights for 24 hours.

By Aron Heller

A Hamas rocket exploded Tuesday near Israel’s main airport, prompting the ban on all flights from the United States.

Bodies, black boxes from Flight 17 are delivered

By Andrew Higgins

International anger was still swelling over the mistreatment of the victims.

US says cease-fire must precede talks

By Michael R. Gordon

Secretary of State John Kerry said Egypt’s cease-fire proposal had provided the framework for discussions on how to arrange one.

Editorial & Opinion

SCOT LEHIGH

Enough with the niceties with Russia

By Scot Lehigh

The US needs to speak with force about the evidence surrounding Russia’s role in the downed jetliner and its role in fueling the war in Ukraine.

JEFF JACOBY

Inverters aren’t deserters

By Jeff Jacoby

Corporations that earn profits in America pay taxes in America, no matter where their legal domicile happens to be.

editorial

Netanyahu should consider future costs of Gaza invasion

Israel’s immediate gains risk exacerbating the long-term problem, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stance calls into question the viability of a two-state solution.

Metro

Voters split on sheltering migrant children in Mass.

By Nestor Ramos

A Globe poll found Mass. voters split on providing temporary shelter for up to 1,000 unaccompanied immigrant children on a state air base.

Police chiefs rip change in Mass. gun control bill

Wellesley Police Chief Terrence Cunningham held up pictures of rifles during a press conference on Tuesday to advocate for police chief discretion in the issuance of FID cards as a critical public safety provision that should be included in final gun violence prevention legislation.

By Joshua Miller

The state Senate stripped a provision from the bill aimed at keeping rifles and shotguns out of the hands of dangerous people.

Pistol in gun charge case similar to one that killed MIT officer

The Tsarnaev brothers fatally shot Collier in his patrol car in Cambridge and attempted to steal his service weapon, police say.

By Patricia Wen and Milton J. Valencia

A firearm in a case involving a Tsarnaev friend is the same model alleged to have been used in the shooting of Sean Collier.

Business

Statement from Market Basket executives on worker firings

Market Basket’s co-chief executives said Tuesday that “we took the difficult step of termination only after we saw no alternative.”

Market Basket regulars find ready alternatives

Market Basket workers held signs outside their Stadium Plaza store in Lowell.

By Jack Newsham and Nina Joy Godlewski

Supermarkets across Mass. are experiencing a rush of business from customers once loyal to Market Basket.

State crackdown shuts migrant labor camps in Western Mass.

By Megan Woolhouse

The shut down came last year after finding migrant workers underpaid, overworked, and living in squalor.

Obituaries

Robert A. Havern III, at 65; longtime state senator and representative

Mr. Havern, a Democrat from Arlington, served in the House and Senate.

By Bryan Marquard

Mr. Havern grew up in Arlington and served his hometown as a selectman, a state representative, and a state senator.

Curt Gentry, at 83; J. Edgar Hoover biographer

Mr. Gentry also co-wrote “Helter Skelter,’’ about the Charles Manson murders.

By William Yardley

Mr. Gentry also co-wrote “Helter Skelter,’’ about the Charles Manson murders.

Yehuda Nir, at 84; Holocaust survivor aided trauma victims

By Joseph Berger

Dr. Nir emerged from World War II with a deep sense of the injustice that had been done to his family and a mission to heal the impact of calamity in others.

Sports

Blue Jays 7, Red Sox 3

Jake Peavy loses again as Red Sox streak snapped

David Ortiz reacted after flying out in the fifth inning Tuesday.

By Peter Abraham

Peavy, again suffering from a lack of run support, fell to 1-9 as the Red Sox’ five-game winning streak ended in Toronto.

Nick Cafardo | On Baseball

What is Jake Peavy’s trade value?

Jake Peavy, who started Tuesday night in Toronto, had received 3.06 of run support in his first 19 starts for the Red Sox this season.

By Nick Cafardo

Peavy has a tough-luck record of 1-9, but has pitched much better than that. Will other teams see him as someone who can help?

Ben Volin | On Football

Money may dictate Patriots’ roster moves

Bill Belichick will have to pare the Patriots roster from 90 to 53 by the regular season.

By Ben Volin

There’s only about 18 roster spots up for grabs this camp, and financial considerations may be a big factor in who makes the squad.

G: Food

‘Finding Neverland’ opens at ART, aims for Broadway

Sawyer Nunes (left) and Thayne Jasperson rehearse “Finding Neverland.”

By Patti Hartigan

The musical teams artistic director Diane Paulus with film titan Harvey Weinstein in what could be ART’s biggest Broadway-bound production yet.

Food safety in numbers

By Sheryl Julian

Even a food editor can feel she is being grilled when it comes to correct temperatures and practices for handling, cooking, and storing food.

Six questions to test your knowledge of food safety

Could you be ServSafe certificated?

More Stories

Cookbook review

Kim Sunee’s ‘A Mouthful of Stars’

By T. Susan Chang

CHEAP EATS

Eat like a Moroccan and spoon up the details

By Sheryl Julian

sunday supper

Eggplant-tomato gratin turns into linguine sauce

By Sally Pasley Vargas

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

Book Review

‘The Book of Life’ by Deborah Harkness

By Daneet Steffens

Fun to be had in Waterbury, Vt.

By Diane Bair and Pamela Wright

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Amber Heard visits Johnny Depp in Lynn

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Rocker Willie Alexander shares wisdom with Gloucester acting students

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Liverpool legends visit Perkins

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Composers go ‘Behind the Score’

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Mass.-made movies get Toronto premiere

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Blake Babies drummer to write book

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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