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Jamie Schneider (left), 27, was accompanied by his father Allan on his workout at Bethpage State Park in preparation for this year’s Boston Marathon.

Joseph D. Sullivan for The Boston Globe

TARA SULLIVAN

On Marathon day, this family of autistic twin runners deserves cheers

As long-distance running again takes over Boston’s streets, meet one of the most inspiring families making its way to New England.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/04/16/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/200_weed.jpg In Boston-area condos and apartments, the smell of pot pits neighbor against neighbor

Some condo associations are prohibiting residents from smoking in their units. In Boston, Belmont, and Newton, a drug-sniffing dog is sometimes being called in.

US says it will impose new sanctions on Russia for backing Syrians

“We sent a strong message and our hope is that they listen to it,” said Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/04/03/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/greenhouse_coldcaps-3_metro.jpg ‘Cool caps’ help chemo patients keep hair — for a high price

Some hospitals that primarily serve low-income patients have decided not to even offer “scalp cooling” therapy, saying it’s beyond most patients’ reach.

The Nation

In interview, James Comey launches all-out war with Trump

ABC’s George Stephanopoulos (left) interviewed former FBI director James Comey for a taped sit-down that aired Sunday.

By Michael D. Shear and Peter Baker

The former FBI director called the president a serial liar who treated women like “meat,” and described him as a “stain” on everyone who worked for him.

Starbucks CEO apologizes after arrest of 2 black men stirs online furor

Protesters on Sunday targeted the Starbucks in Philadelphia where two black men were taken into custody by police. Starbucks said the basis for the call to police was wrong.

By Matt Stevens

“Our store manager never intended for these men to be arrested and this should never have escalated,” Kevin Johnson said.

Barbara Bush is in ‘failing health,’ won’t seek additional medical treatment

Barbara Bush.

By Michael Graczyk

The former first lady, 92, “will instead focus on comfort care,” a family spokesman said.

The World

US says it will impose new sanctions on Russia for backing Syrians

Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, spoke at a UN Security Council meeting Saturday. Haley continued to strike a tough tone against Russia while appearing on the Sunday talk shows.

By Peter Baker

“We sent a strong message and our hope is that they listen to it,” said Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN.

Arab leaders meet to unify ranks, with eye on Iran

Palestinians evacuated an injured protester near the border with Israel, east of Khan Yunis in the Gaza strip, on Sunday.

By Aya Batrawy

Saudi Arabia used its perch as host of an annual gathering of Arab leaders to push for a common strategy.

Djukanovic sweeps Montenegro presidential vote

Milo Djukanovic voted on Sunday in Podgorica, Montenegro. With most ballots counted, Djukanovic won about 53 percent; his opponent, Mladen Bojanic, won 33 percent.

With more than 90 percent of the votes counted, the former prime minister won about 53 percent.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

Sex in police custody: Close the loophole in Mass.

Logic dictates that someone in the custody of law enforcement cannot consent to sex with a police officer.

Opinion | Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes

Dear Boston, your spirit and caring empowered us

Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes with Kensky’s service dog, Rescue.

By Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes

You renewed us, soothed our wounds, and gave us hope that life, while in a new and unfamiliar form, would go on.

Opinion | Kim Donohue

A somber Boston Marathon anniversary brings back all the meanings of ‘five’

Dic and Kim Donohue at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in May 2013.

By Kim Donohue

Five years after being shot while pursuing the Boston Marathon bombers in Watertown, Dic Donohue still feels pain from that bullet.

Metro

In Boston-area condos and apartments, the smell of pot pits neighbor against neighbor

(FILES) This file photo taken on April 13, 2016 shows man smoking a cannabis joint in Charleville-Mezieres, eastern France. A French parliamentary report has recommended that cannabis users should be sanctioned by a fine, thus allowing police to concentrate their efforts on the fight against trafficking. / AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS NASCIMBENIFRANCOIS NASCIMBENI/AFP/Getty Images

By Beth Teitell

Some condo associations are prohibiting residents from smoking in their units. In Boston, Belmont, and Newton, a drug-sniffing dog is sometimes being called in.

Boston Marathon bombings remembered in somber events

Governor Charlie Baker (left) escorted Patricia Campbell, the mother of Krystle Campbell, as she carried a wreath Sunday in honor of her late daughter and the others killed in the Boston Marathon bombings five years ago.

By Cristela Guerra and Jeremy Fox

On the fifth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, the city remembered those lost and celebrated the strength of survivors.

‘Cool caps’ help chemo patients keep hair — for a high price

Steve Jaynes helped his wife position the cap.

By Liz Kowalczyk

Some hospitals that primarily serve low-income patients have decided not to even offer “scalp cooling” therapy, saying it’s beyond most patients’ reach.

Business & Tech

In fast-changing Union Square, a business park commands a premium price

The metal shop at the maker space Artisan’s Asylum at Ames Business Park.

By Tim Logan

Ames Business Park’s new owner plans to maintain it as a place for artists, innovators — and rock climbers.

This Week in Weed

Bill Weld goes green

Former Governor William F. Weld, once the US attorney for Massachusetts, says addiction to drugs should be “treated as a national public health emergency.”

By Dan Adams

The former governor and federal prosecutor took a few minutes to discuss his new role as a board member of a medical marijuana company.

Report for America supports journalism where cutbacks hit hard

Charles Sennott (left) and Steven Walden, cofounders of Report for America. The nonprofit organization modeled after AmeriCorps aims to install 1,000 journalists in understaffed newsrooms by 2022. Sennott formerly worked at The Boston Globe.

By Nellie Bowles

A group of journalists have decided to do something about the diminution of newsrooms at the local level.

Obituaries

Phyllis Baker Newton, 94, journalist and entrepreneur

Mrs. Newton was the editor of the Needham Chronicle for about three years.

By Felicia Gans

A longtime journalist who also launched a career counseling center in Needham to help women find jobs, Mrs. Newton died March 5 in Centerville.

Sports

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Celtics’ young core passed its first playoff test

Boston, MA: 4/15/18: The Celtic Jaylen Brown drives to the basket against the Bucks Khris Middleton. The Boston Celtics hosted the Milwaukee Bucks in Game One of an Eastern Conference First Round NBA Playoff basketball game at the TD Garden. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Christopher L. Gasper

The Celtics are relying on their precocity. They don’t have a choice.

CELTICS 113, BUCKS 107 (OT)

Celtics regrouped in OT to win a wild Game 1

Boston, MA: 4/15/18: The Celtics Terry Rozier III, (right) made the crowd come out of their seats after he hit a three pointer with .5 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give Boston a 99-96 lead. Teammate Al Horford is at left. The Boston Celtics hosted the Milwaukee Bucks in Game One of an Eastern Conference First Round NBA Playoff basketball game at the TD Garden. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Adam Himmelsbach

The young Celtics, who entered the postseason severely undermanned, showed that they were indeed ready, as they seized early control of this series with a 113-107 win.

Ben Volin | On football

Rob Gronkowski will make contract statement by missing Monday’s practice

Neither Rob Gronkowski (left) nor Tom Brady will be at Gillette Stadium on Monday for the first practice of the 2018 season.

By Ben Volin

Gronkowski wants a pay raise, and has been contemplating retirement since shortly after the Super Bowl

More Stories

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By Nick Cafardo

GARY WASHBURN | ON BASKETBALL

Celtics executed their game plan to great success

By Gary Washburn

DEPTH PERCEPTION | QUARTERBACK

Will a rookie join the Patriots’ QB fold?

By Jim McBride

BRUINS NOTEBOOK

Riley Nash could return to lineup for Game 3

By Julian Benbow

JULIAN BENBOW

Bruins’ top line back in form for playoffs

By Julian Benbow

JULIAN BENBOW

Bruins’ top line is back in form for playoffs

By Julian Benbow

Healthy Life

Names

Harvard names Angelique Kidjo as 2018 Jazz Master

Angelique Kidjo at Sanders Theatre on Friday.

By Maddie Kilgannon

The Grammy winner was also part of a town hall at Harvard’s Kennedy School which focused on girls’ lives internationally.

In a close race, ‘Rampage’ takes No. 1 from ‘A Quiet Place’

Dwayne Johnson in a scene from “Rampage,” which finished the weekend atop the US box office.

By Lindsey Bahr

After a wobbly start, Dwayne Johnson muscled his way to a No. 1 opening for “Rampage” — but just barely.

Names

Sox players swing by Jimmy Fund Clinic with pizza, cheer

From left: Wally the Green Monster, Blake Swihart, Maggie, and Brock Holt at the Jimmy Fund Clinic.

By Maddie Kilgannon

Red Sox players brought pizza and ice cream to the Dana-Farber Jimmy Fund Clinic for One Boston Day.