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Pressure mounts on Market Basket board of directors

The board of directors met to again consider a buyout offer from Arthur T. Demoulas but agreed only to continue negotiating.

Nathaniel E. Kibby (left) was was arrested and charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez.

Man charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez

The 34-year-old man faces one count of felony kidnapping in the case of the N.H. teen who was missing for nine months.

State House remodeling ambitions grow wider

After the governor and state Senate unveiled plans to rehab their quarters, the House quietly approved a $20 million makeover.

John Kerry truce bid assailed, defended

The secretary of state’s allies responded to withering attacks from the Israeli political and media establishment.

The Nation

John Kerry truce bid assailed, defended

“I will and we will make no apologies for our engagement,” said Secretary of State John Kerry.

By Matt Viser

The secretary of state’s allies responded to withering attacks from the Israeli political and media establishment.

Deal on veterans’ bill calls for $17 billion to fix VA health system

Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee chairman Bernard Sanders (right) conferred with House counterpart Jeff Miller before a news conference Monday on Capitol Hill.

By Theodore Schleifer

If approved by the full House and Senate this week, the agreement would end a lengthy standoff over the funding.

Va.’s ban on gay marriage rejected

By Michael Felberbaum

Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban was ruled unconstitutional on Monday in the first such decision by a federal appellate court in the South.

The World

Israeli leader signals prolonged campaign in Gaza

Smoke engulfed parts of Gaza City Tuesday, a day after fighting resumed and lives were lost on both sides of the border.

By Isabel Kershner

Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, on Monday signaled no quick end to the three-week-old Gaza war.

Muslims mark end of Ramadan with Eid celebrations

By Aya Batrawy

The mood was dark for those affected by the Syrian civil war, the Gaza war and the militant advance in Iraq.

US and Europe agree to escalate sanctions on Russia

By Jack Ewing

The two sides settled on a package of measures that would target Russia’s financial, energy and defense sectors.

Editorial & Opinion

Cathy Young

Putin’s strange bedfellows

By Cathy Young

Both leftists and rightists see Putin’s Russia as perhaps the only force that can counteract American hegemony.

TOM KEANE

Commitment and faith at Market Basket

Employees and customers hold a rally Friday in Tewksbury in support of Arthur T. Demoulas.

By Tom Keane

In their determination to bring back Arthur T. Demoulas, Market Basket employees are demonstrating notable qualities.

PAUL MCMORROW

A housing model that can help middle class

By Paul McMorrow

A development project in Dorchester is picking a fight with the economics of Boston’s dysfunctional housing market.

Metro

100 homes damaged as tornado jolts Revere

Homes along Taft Street and Revere Beach Parkway showed the extensive damage caused by Monday morning’s tornado.

By Peter Schworm

Residents emerged from their homes to see what one resident said looked like a “war zone.”

State House remodeling ambitions grow wider

Several other State House upgrades have been completed in recent months, including fixes to the roof and exterior.

By Michael Levenson

After the governor and state Senate unveiled plans to rehab their quarters, the House quietly approved a $20 million makeover.

Man charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez

Nathaniel E. Kibby (left) was was arrested and charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez.

By Zachary T. Sampson

The 34-year-old man faces one count of felony kidnapping in the case of the N.H. teen who was missing for nine months.

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Mass. migrant plan gets backing

By Zachary T. Sampson

KEVIN CULLEN

New Fire Commissioner Joe Finn comes home

By Kevin Cullen

Business

Pressure mounts on Market Basket board of directors

Grocery clerk Tom Glynn stocked shelves Monday with non-perishable items from the first delivery in nine days at the central Haverhill Market Basket.

By Casey Ross and Jack Newsham

The board of directors met to again consider a buyout offer from Arthur T. Demoulas but agreed only to continue negotiating.

Bribery probe costs Smith & Wesson $2m

By Beth Healy

Federal securities regulators said that the Springfield gun maker violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Solar energy bill hanging in the balance

Dan Porrazzo, of Advantage Solar Energy Inc., stood at an apartment complex in Lexington where he had installed solar panels.

By Jay Fitzgerald

An intense Beacon Hill fight could endanger the passage of a solar energy bill.

Obituaries

Anne Wyman, at 84; trailblazing journalist

The Boston Globe’s first travel writer, Anne Wyman loved action, such as flying with the Navy’s Blue Angels in 1964.

By Bryan Marquard

Ms. Wyman was the Globe’s first full-time travel writer, and also was the first woman appointed to be editor of the editorial pages.

Anthony Smith, at 88; adventurer who crossed the Atlantic by raft

Mr. Smith and crew traveled from the Canary Islands to St. Martin.

By Martin Weil

Trained in science at Oxford University, Mr. Smith was a sailor, pilot, and balloonist.

Wah Wah Jones, at 88; Kentucky basketball legend

By Gary B. Graves

Mr. Jones, an All-American, was the last surviving member of the Wildcats’ ‘‘Fabulous Five’’ squad that won the 1948 national championship.

Sports

Red Sox put Jon Lester on the market

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester is seeking what was described as a “competitive offer consistent with the market” but nothing that would be considered precedent setting.

By Peter Abraham

Learning that Lester wants a new deal worth $22-24 million a year over 5-6 years has led the Sox to try and trade him.

nick cafardo | On baseball

Matt Kemp-Jon Lester deal doesn’t make sense

Matt Kemp’s power numbers have been in serious decline. Beck Diefenbach/Associated Press

By Nick Cafardo

The Red Sox would be wiser to try to get prospects instead of an outfielder who may be declining.

Ben Volin | On Football

Justin Jones could be big surprise for Patriots

Justin Jones, right, ran a drill with Rob Gronkowski during a workout Sunday.

By Ben Volin

Not only does Jones look like a good bet to make the roster, but it’s possible he makes more of an impact than any of the team’s nine draft picks.

G: Living

Dealing with bullies in the workplace

Carol Anne Geary (center, with husband David and Representative Ellen Story) says bullying led to her being hospitalized, and eventually fired.

By Bella English

The problem is tangled by workers’ fear of retribution, lack of legal protections, and concerns about what constitutes abusive behavior.

Mikaela Davis pursues an indie-rock path to success

By Jeremy D. Goodwin

Davis, a young classical harp prodigy now forging a successful new career as an indie-pop singer-songwriter, performs at Cafe 939 on Wednesday.

Music Review

A symphony by Mahler, just the size of Tanglewood

Conductor Manfred Honeck leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra, soprano Camilla Tilling, and mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly at Tanglewood on Saturday.

By Jeremy Eichler

It was a weekend of substitutes at Tanglewood, with Manfred Honeck and Jacques Lacombe making their festival debuts.

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Music Review

Uchida, Neidich connect at Marlboro

By David Weininger

James Naughton and daughter Keira team up

By Christopher Wallenberg

Album review | INDIE ROOTS-POP

Various Artists, ‘Beck Song Reader’

By Marc Hirsh

Album review | INDIE ROCK

The Raveonettes, ‘Pe’ahi’

By James Reed

Album review | ROCK

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, ‘Hypnotic Eye’

By Sarah Rodman

Album review | HIP-HOP

Shabazz Palaces, ‘Lese Majesty’

By Ken Capobianco

Events

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

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Pats meet fans at Joe Andruzzi camp

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Bernstein sculpture unveiled at Tanglewood

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Amanda Seyfried in the Back Bay before ‘Ted 2’ films in Malden

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Wahlburgers truck promotes ‘Wahlburgers,’ the show

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Joe Hill gives us a glimpse of ‘Horns’

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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President honors Worcester’s AAS

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Chris Noth will perform Shakespeare in Stockbridge

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein