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Arthur S. DeMoulas. (Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)

Arthur S. Demoulas shows generosity and resolve

Detractors portray him as combative and money grubbing, but that’s not how those who deal with Arthur S. see him.

 Arthur T. Demoulas, who seeks control of the Market Basket chain, has had the public image of a kind-hearted executive. Court papers also revealed a tougher side.

Arthur T. Demoulas’s personal touch can cut both ways

The ousted Market Basket leader’s management style reveals a tougher side than his public image as a kind-hearted executive.

Dr. Kent Brantly (center) is one of two Americans who was discharged from an Atlanta hospital after receiving an experimental drug to treat the Ebola virus they contracted while working in West Africa.

EPA

Speeding up the fight against Ebola, other diseases

There is now tantalizing evidence that vaccines against killer viruses can be made faster and cheaper than previously believed.

DA withheld 19 pages of Jared Remy report, may have violated law

Marian Ryan said she was not required to release the report.

Globe file

The report focused on Jared Remy’s arraignment following his arrest for assaulting Jennifer Martel days before she was murdered.

3 administrators at Latin Academy placed on leave

The Boston School Department is investigating allegations of harassment, discrimination, and intimidation.

This September 2012 photo posted on the website freejamesfoley.org shows journalist James Foley in Aleppo, Syria.

Search for James Foley consumed family, colleagues

Starting nearly two years ago, a highly organized effort ultimately proved to be an unsuccessful quest to free the reporter.

The Nation

Two US Ebola patients released by Atlanta hospital

Ebola victim Dr. Kent Brantly, left, embraces Dr. Bruce Ribner, medical director of Emory’s Infectious Disease Unit, after being released from Emory University Hospital on Thursday.

By Kathleen Foody

The first patients to be treated for the Ebola virus at a US medical facility are no longer hospitalized.

Mo. governor pulls National Guard out of Ferguson

The governor of Missouri on Thursday ordered the withdrawal of National Guard troops, shown cordoning off a mall parking lot in Ferguson.

By Alan Scher Zagier

Flare-ups in the small section of town that had been the center of nightly unrest have begun to subside.

Former Va. governor blasts spouse in corruption trial

By Jonathan Weisman

Bob McDonnell oscillated between expressing sympathy for his wife and skewering her for poor judgment and emotional volatility.

The World

Foley case lays bare debate over paying ransom

By Lara Jakes

The US and British refuse to negotiate with terrorists, while European and Persian Gulf nations increasingly pay ransoms in a desperate attempt to free citizens.

Reporter’s death galvanizes anger but little action worldwide

By Angela Charlton

Governments from the Mideast to Europe and even Washington appear uncertain about how to stop the Islamic State extremists.

US officials say Syria key to defeating Islamic State

General Martin Dempsey (right) and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel discussed the Islamic State Thursday at the Pentagon.

By Michael R. Gordon

Military and civilian officials said the Islamic State cannot be defeated unless the US or its allies take them on in Syria.

Editorial & Opinion

opinion | James G. Stavridis and Dave Weinstein

NATO needs strong policy against cyber threats

By James G. Stavridis and Dave Weinstein

Cyberspace has rapidly emerged as an attractive alternative for nations to pursue military objectives.

JOANNA WEISS

Clickbait? About catcalls? Nah. It’s just being honest.

By Joanna Weiss

No ulterior motives, attempts at self-promotion, or shameless plays for traffic.

RENÉE LOTH

Magna Carta tug-of-war

The Magna Carta is on display at the Museum of Fine Arts through the end of the month.

By Renée Loth

Liberal and conservative partisans will likely continue to lay claim to the eminent document.

Metro

DA withheld 19 pages of Jared Remy report, may have violated law

Marian Ryan said she was not required to release the report.

By Maria Cramer

The report focused on Jared Remy’s arraignment following his arrest for assaulting Jennifer Martel days before she was murdered.

Search for James Foley consumed family, colleagues

This September 2012 photo posted on the website freejamesfoley.org shows journalist James Foley in Aleppo, Syria.

By Bryan Bender and Noah Bierman

Starting nearly two years ago, a highly organized effort ultimately proved to be an unsuccessful quest to free the reporter.

Speeding up the fight against Ebola, other diseases

Dr. Kent Brantly (center) is one of two Americans who was discharged from an Atlanta hospital after receiving an experimental drug to treat the Ebola virus they contracted while working in West Africa.

By Yasmeen Abutaleb

There is now tantalizing evidence that vaccines against killer viruses can be made faster and cheaper than previously believed.

More Stories

Man killed in 4-alarm Brighton blaze

By Laura Crimaldi and John R. Ellement

Adrian Walker

A compass for kids’ crossroads

By Adrian Walker

Names

Birds of a feather dance together

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Music Review

Basement brings noisy catharsis to the Sinclair

By Maura Johnston

Music Review

Landmarks goes green at the Hatch Shell

By Jeffrey Gantz

Business

Arthur T. Demoulas’s personal touch can cut both ways

 Arthur T. Demoulas, who seeks control of the Market Basket chain, has had the public image of a kind-hearted executive. Court papers also revealed a tougher side.

By Callum Borchers

The ousted Market Basket leader’s management style reveals a tougher side than his public image as a kind-hearted executive.

Arthur S. Demoulas shows generosity and resolve

Arthur S. DeMoulas. (Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)

By Shirley Leung

Detractors portray him as combative and money grubbing, but that’s not how those who deal with Arthur S. see him.

Logan adding direct flight to Hong Kong

By Taryn Luna

Cathay Pacific Airways, voted the world’s best airline this year by travelers, will fly non-stop between Boston and Hong Kong next May.

Obituaries

Donald Teeters, 77; conductor revitalized Boston Cecilia

Mr. Teeters was deft at identifying and then supporting young vocal talent on the rise.

By Jeremy Eichler

Mr. Teeters took the reins of a struggling chorus and led it through a period of renewal and artistic achievement.

Albert Reynolds, 81; Irish leader, peacemaker

Vice President Al Gore and Prime Minister Albert Reynolds of Ireland spoke to reporters at Shannon Airport in 1994.

By Shawn Pogatchnik

Mr. Reynolds played a key role in delivering peace to Northern Ireland but struggled to keep his own governments intact.

Simin Behbahani, 87; famed Iranian poet

Ms. Behbahani’s work focused on challenges for Iran and on women’s rights.

Ms. Behbahani wrote of the joys of love, demanded equal rights for women, and spoke out about the challenges facing those living in her homeland.

Sports

ANGELS 2, RED SOX 0

Red Sox nearly no-hit as Angels sweep

Brock Holt was called out on strikes by home plate umpire Andy Fletcher during the ninth inning Thursday.

By Peter Abraham

Matt Shoemaker took his no-hit bid into the seventh inning, as the Red Sox lost all four games in the series to the Angels.

What went wrong with Xander Bogaerts & Jackie Bradley?

Among the 10 players with at least 200 plate appearances with the Red Sox this season, Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley Jr. rank toward the bottom in several key batting statistics.

By Peter Abraham

So much was expected of the rookies this season. Instead, Bogaerts and Bradley have completely unraveled.

BEN VOLIN | ON FOOTBALL

What to watch for in Patriots-Panthers game

Will we see Ryan Mallett (15) taking any snaps against the Panthers? AP Photo/Charles Krupa

By Ben Volin

Is Tom Brady in sync with his receivers? Have the Patriots adjusted to the new penalty rules? Here’s what to watch.

Capital

Weekly poll

Voters aren’t eager for more charter schools

By James Vaznis

Voter support for more charter schools in Massachusetts appears to be weak, according to a new Boston Globe poll.

Book traces lawmaker’s rise from Jim Crow South to Congress

Congressman James Clyburn signed copies of his new book,

By Akilah Johnson

Representative James E. Clyburn of South Carolina spoke in Boston recently about his new memoir.

Political intelligence

Baker fell into trap by opposing sick-time measure

By Jim O’Sullivan

Charlie Baker’s problem is that the paid sick days poll well among the moderate suburban women he is trying to draw into his coalition.

G: Arts & Movies

Horenstein’s images demonstrate a love of country

Henry Horenstein,

By Mark Feeney

Henry Horenstein’s photographs in “Honky Tonk,” at Endicott College, celebrate country music.

Movie Review

‘Frank’ tries to get inside a singer’s head

From left: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Fassbender (wearing papier mache head),  Francois Civil, and Domhnall Gleeson.

By Ty Burr

The movie with Michael Fassbender in a giant papier-mache head is an entertaining curio with flashes of inspiration.

Movie Review

More tales of ‘Sin City’ in ‘A Dame to Kill For’

Clockwise (from far left): Mickey Rourke, Lady Gaga, Jessica Alba, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

By Tom Russo

Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s latest neo-noir anthology has cinematic juice.

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Movie Review

Think before you go to ‘If I Stay’

By Peter Keough

movie review

Searching for a lost son in ‘Siddharth’

By Peter Keough

television review

Style points for soapy ‘Breathless’

By Matthew Gilbert

Television Review

‘Intruders’: body snatching and head-scratching

By Sarah Rodman

Television Review

Netflix’s ‘BoJack’ is one lame horse

By Matthew Gilbert

Noisy Neighbors

Yeehaw!, ‘Demotivational Speaker’

By Luke O'Neil

High Five

Titus Andronicus frontman gets conceptual

By Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta

Night Watch

THE RAMBLE: presented by the Adam Ezra Group

By Andrew Bourque

Critic’s Notebook

Lil Wayne renews his claim to greatness

By Julian Benbow

Book Review

‘No Future for You’

By Michael Patrick Brady

events

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

Names

Add Wahlbergs and Sox staff to Challenge list

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

‘Winter’ premiere for Julia Jones

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

‘A Year at the Dog Park’ an NBC sitcom?

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Morgenthau celebrates on the Vineyard

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

House of Blues remains a big draw

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein