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04/28/2018 Boston Ma Singer Lovely Hoffman (cq) performs at the Black Market Pop Up store in Dudley Square. Jonathan Wiggs /Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

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As efforts to promote black businesses rise, so do growing pains

The return of Roxbury’s Black Market was marred by controversy after one of the vendors from its first year decided to open a new market in the Seaport.

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Lively, who’s fighting for the GOP nomination for governor, is accused of conspiracy to deprive gay people in Uganda of their fundamental human rights.

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“In every way possible that you could make a person better, she did that for me,” said the husband of Judy Moses, who died Sunday after being struck by an SUV in Medford.

‘A veil of secrecy’ — 19 Mass. agencies have failed to report some spending of taxpayer money

At least 19 quasi government agencies across the state appear to have flouted the law by failing to publish key financial records covering hundreds of millions of dollars in recent spending.

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller has at least four dozen questions on an exhaustive array of subjects he wants to ask President Donald Trump.

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Nine defendants are the lesser-known actors charged in the deadly tragedy involving the New England Compounding Center in 2012.

The Nation

Mueller’s questions for Trump revealed

Special Counsel Robert Mueller (right) would like to ask President Trump about a range of topics, according to a report.

By Michael S. Schmidt

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has at least four dozen questions on an exhaustive array of subjects he wants to ask President Donald Trump.

Juror says Cosby’s own comments led to guilty verdict

FILE - In this April 18, 2018 file photo, Bill Cosby arrives for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa. The prosecutors who put Cosby away said Sunday, April 29, 2018, they’re confident the conviction at his suburban Philadelphia sexual-assault retrial will stand. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File)

By Matthew Haag

In a 2005 deposition, Cosby said he had given sedatives to women he wanted to have sex with.

Striking Arizona teachers gather at Capitol for third day

Tthe Republican-controlled Legislature began work on bill to boost funding but which falls short of educators’ demands.

The World

Israel says documents prove Iran had secret nuclear weapons program

By Loveday Morris

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu showed what he said were some of the 55,000 documents that Israel had obtained.

Son of Pakistani immmigrants named British home secretary

Sajid Javid is the first nonwhite politician to hold one of the most senior British Cabinet positions.

Editorial & Opinion

JOAN VENNOCHI

Wynn Resorts’ attempted touch-up doesn’t hide complicit enablers

FILE - This March 15, 2016 file photo shows casino mogul Steve Wynn during a news conference in Medford, Mass. The casino mogul has sued the attorney of a dancer who accused him of inappropriate behavior. Wynn's attorneys filed the defamation lawsuit Thursday, April 5, 2018, against lawyer Lisa Bloom and her firm in U.S. court in Las Vegas. It seeks at least $75,000 in damages. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

By Joan Vennochi

Questions surrounding the gaming license granted to Wynn Resorts go beyond one man.

Opinion | Niall Ferguson

Trump is losing at home but winning abroad

President Donald Trump holds up copies of his speech before the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

By Niall Ferguson

The president has an unerring instinct for his opponents’ weaknesses.

Michael A. Cohen

Put an end to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 28: Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Jonathan Karl attend the 2018 White House Correspondents' Dinner at Washington Hilton on April 28, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

By Michael A. Cohen

It’s bad enough for journalists and politicians to be buddying up. It’s worse when it’s being done with an administration that has no respect for the free press.

Metro

‘A veil of secrecy’ — 19 Mass. agencies have failed to report some spending of taxpayer money

Off of Woods Hole, MA -- 4/02/2018 - A ferry is seen from The M/V Katama as it heads to Wood's Hole. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: Reporter:

By Matt Rocheleau

At least 19 quasi government agencies across the state appear to have flouted the law by failing to publish key financial records covering hundreds of millions of dollars in recent spending.

Antigay Springfield pastor fighting Charlie Baker — and gay Ugandans in federal court

Republican candidate for governor Scott Lively addresses the Massachusetts Republican Convention at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass., Saturday, April 28, 2018. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson)

By Joshua Miller

Lively, who’s fighting for the GOP nomination for governor, is accused of conspiracy to deprive gay people in Uganda of their fundamental human rights.

As efforts to promote black businesses rise, so do growing pains

04/28/2018 Boston Ma Singer Lovely Hoffman (cq) performs at the Black Market Pop Up store in Dudley Square. Jonathan Wiggs /Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

By Janelle Nanos

The return of Roxbury’s Black Market was marred by controversy after one of the vendors from its first year decided to open a new market in the Seaport.

Business & Tech

Hackers get $10,000 in bitcoin after attack on Leominster schools

A ransomware cyberattack captured on a laptop.

By Andy Rosen

The attack is an example of a growing threat to municipal bodies and small organizations from so-called ransomware.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Wages are finally rising at a healthy clip — except for middle-class workers

FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2017 file photo, tax professional and tax preparation firm owner Alicia Utley reaches for hard copies of tax forms while working to stay caught up at the start of the tax season rush in her offices at Infinite Tax Solutions, in Boulder, Colo. Millions of working Americans should start seeing fatter paychecks as early as next month, the IRS says, as a result of the recently passed tax law. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

By Evan Horowitz

Average US wages rose 3 percent in the past year. But the gain for middle-class workers was just 1.8 percent.

Round two for harborfront skyscrapers begins

State environmental regulators gave a go-ahead for a new zoning plan for a 42-acre stretch of the Boston waterfront running from Long Wharf to the Moakley Bridge.

By Tim Logan

The state approved new zoning for the central Boston waterfront, giving developer Don Chiofaro permission to move forward on a 600-foot tower.

Obituaries

Carrie Dearborn, 63, activist for the disabled and a sit-down comic

Ms. Dearborn was an occasional sit-down comic whose piercing humor offered a dose of reality to nondisabled people.

By Bryan Marquard

A stroke in 1981 placed Ms. Dearborn on a more challenging path through life, turning a ski instructor and computer operator into an advocate, writer, and occasional sit-down comic .

Michael Anderson, 98, acclaimed director

Mr. Anderson talked with Sophia Loren on the set of “Operation Crossbow” in 1964.

By Adam Bernstein

Mr. Anderson’s films included the war epic “The Dam Busters” and sci-fi classic “Logan’s Run.”

Sports

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Celtics-76ers rivalry could be just like the good old days

Boston, MA: 4-28-18: The Celtics Al Horford (left) and the 76ers Joel Embiid battle for position under the boards in the second half. The Boston Celtics hosted the Philadelphia 76ers for Game One of their NBA Eastern Conference Semi-Finals playoff series at the TD Garden. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Dan Shaughnessy

Celtic fans of a certain age remember when it seemed like Boston and Philly jousted in the playoffs every spring and Game 1 was a renewal of those hostilities.

Celtics 117, 76ers 101

Celtics go with what they’ve got in Game 1, and that was enough

Boston, MA: 4-28-18: The Celtics Aron Baynes celebrates with teammate Terry Rozier III after Rozier hit a fourth quarter three pointer to give Boston a 112-94 lead. Boston head coach Brad Stevens is in the backround center. The Boston Celtics hosted the Philadelphia 76ers for Game One of their NBA Eastern Conference Semi-Finals playoff series at the TD Garden. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Adam Himmelsbach

With Jaylen Brown the latest to be sidelined, Al Horford, Jayson Tatum, and Terry Rozier led the way for Boston.

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

No. 2 Notre Dame girls’ lacrosse holds off No. 6 Norwell

By Ryan Hathaway

Madison Ahern contributed six goals and four assists in the 16-11 victory as NDA improved to 9-1.

Tuesday Stories

Asking for a friend

By Meredith Goldstein

I don’t want to put her in the position of needing to choose between her boyfriend and her friend. At the same time, I also don’t want to make her feel bad for giving him additional chances.

Names

Cambridge student wins scholastic gold medal

By Sophie Cannon

Wachman, who attends Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, has been awarded a national Gold Medal for his writing portfolio at the 2018 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, administered by the national non-profit Alliance for Young Artists and Writers.