Opinion | John Shattuck
President Trump may be giving aid and comfort to an enemy.
“My son would be so proud and I have never been prouder to be from Weymouth,” said Minnie Chesna, mother of officer Michael Chesna, who was killed along with a 77-year-old local woman in a shooting Sunday.
Friends of Emanuel Lopes said he showed signs of mental and emotional turbulence during his school years, as well as indications of recent drug abuse.
The bystander killed in Weymouth, allegedly by a man who is also accused of murdering an on-duty police officer, was identified as 77-year-old Vera Adams.
The suspect, 20-year-old Emanuel Lopes, was not healthy enough after being shot in the leg to face a judge Monday, and was slated to be arraigned Tuesday.
NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL
As Chris Sale gets ready for his third straight All-Star Game start, it’s not too soon for the Red Sox to think about working out a new contract with him.
We don’t talk about cannabis when we talk about cuisine, but the stoned appetite has helped shape restaurant menus.
SEAN P. MURPHY | THE FINE PRINT
When Thelma Kaminsky died last month at age 87, no friends gathered in her building to grieve and pay their respects. The managers of her building wouldn’t allow it.
A video of Theresa Lund, executive director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, asking a neighbor if she lived in the “affordable apartments” has gone viral.
A mother from Brazil who fled to the United States seeking safety from abuse encountered a “nightmare” when her son was taken from her by the government.
A computerized system that Boston uses to assign students to schools is locking out many black and Latino students from high-performing schools, according to a report obtained by the Globe.
Governor Charlie Baker’s plan would require at-risk schools to submit contingency closure plans, and also to notify students if the schools are at significant risk of closing.
Patrick is in Texas to give an address to the NAACP convention — a chance to test out his message and rationale for running for president.
Court papers show that Maria Butina’s activities included efforts to use contacts with the National Rifle Association and American politicians to gather intelligence for Russia.
Massachusetts highway officials will start auditing at least twice yearly police bills for patrolling the Turnpike to ensure the charges reflect actual costs.
A trio of anchors are all due in September.
Trump’s actions in Helsinki were truly disturbing.
The Kakuma Refugee Camp is a holding center for thousands dispossessed by war and conflict. A New Hampshire university has made it the focus of its global plans.
She’s joined the rare club of centenarians, and the even rarer one of centenarians in neuroscience.
Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan spoke at a Globe event on how innovation is shaping our world, and she’s in high demand among the hundreds of mayors gathered in Boston.
The jury is still out on whether Boston’s roster is right for October baseball.
The Supreme Judicial Court’s decision examined whether it is unconstitutional to order someone diagnosed with drug addiction to stay sober while on probation.
The Massachusetts senator leads a vanguard of Democrats moving toward challenging the reelection of President Trump.
Summer is the high season for non-alcoholic drinks. Let the battle begin over who makes the best raspberry lime rickey.
A federal judge on Monday ordered a temporary halt to any deportations of reunited families who were separated by the Trump administration after crossing the southwest border.
When Tesla chief Elon Musk called a British diver involved in the Thailand cave rescue a pedophile, he may have gone one tweet too far.
When Netflix’s “The Crown” returns for season 3 in 2019, the royal drama will look a little different. Actually, it will look a lot different.
As the years passed and my children grew, tomatoes and zucchini grew along with our friendship.
As the spring house hunt gets underway and National College Decision Day nears, thoughts are turning to campus housing.
The Big Picture
Around the world, billions of fans are watching the 2018 FIFA World Cup which is held in Russia for the first time.
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