Prosecutors tried to stop crash suspect from getting license back in 2015

Nearly four years before she allegedly plowed into a group of pedestrians in Revere on Sunday, killing an infant and a 5-year-old, prosecutors tried unsuccessfully to keep Autumn L. Harris off the road.

Adrianna Mejia-Rivera, 5, and her 2-month-old sister, Natasha Nicole Mejia-Rivera, were killed in a crash Sunday in Revere. (GoFundMe)


‘Unthinkable’ tragedy as second child dies from injuries in Revere SUV crash

Days after her sister was killed at the scene of a Sunday crash, 2-month-old Natasha Nicole Mejia-Rivera succumbed to her injuries. The family was returning from buying diapers when a vehicle allegedly driven by Autumn Harris crashed into them in Revere.

// Senate votes to recommend US stop aiding Saudi Arabia in Yemen war

A separate resolution condemns the “concerning behavior of Saudi Arabia” in recent years, including the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

// Baker expresses regret over short tenure of outgoing MBTA boss

Governor Charlie Baker seemed to acknowledge that Luis Ramirez didn’t work out after just 15 months as general manager.

// After vow to cap inauguration cash, Baker took lobbyist donation

After the Globe asked about the funds Wednesday, an adviser to Governor Charlie Baker said his inaugural committee will refund nearly all of the $2,500 donation.

‘Numerous’ businesses in Mass. hit with bomb threats via e-mail

The threats appear to be tied to similar ones being e-mailed to other businesses nationwide.

// Framingham officials successful in eliminating beavers in flooded area

City officials confirmed that lethal traps were used to kill beavers in two locations where beaver dams were causing problems.

// Boston missed out on Apple’s big expansion, but there’s a consolation prize

The company said it plans to expand its presence here in coming years, adding hundreds of new employees.

// State gives Wayfair $31 million in tax breaks for 3,300 jobs in Boston and Pittsfield

The online retailer also unveiled plans for a third location in the Back Bay.

// R.I.’s Foxy Lady shut down after three dancers arrested for soliciting sex

Three exotic dancers were arrested after they offered to perform sexual acts on three undercover police detectives, officials said.

Ted Pelkey, in front of his giant middle finger sculpture outside of his house in Westford, Vt.

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In Vermont, a small-town feud leads to a big middle finger (literally)

The finger has been the source of much consternation in the small town of Westford, Vt. Was it some kind of political protest? Senior prank? Neighborly dispute?

// Colin Cook lost his leg — and nearly his life — in a 2015 shark attack. But his journey was just beginning

How a Rhode Island native survived the attack, got back on his board, and became an “inspiration” to his girlfriend, Boston Marathon survivor Sydney Corcoran.

// MFA receives giant gift of Chinese art

Wan-go H.C. Weng has donated his family’s collection of 183 works of art — spanning 13 centuries and five dynasties of Chinese Imperial rule.


// A reindeer, a donkey, and the imaginary War on Christmas

If you thought Rudolph was bad, wait until you meet Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey.


// Why Gisele Bundchen got her helicopter license while 7 months pregnant

Plus, watch Bundchen and James Corden try an adorable “Toddlerography” dance fitness class.

Entercom, which runs several radio stations, has offices in Brighton.

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What does the future hold for Sox broadcasts on WEEI?

The station has discussed a format change, although one station manager said it wouldn’t become an in-game talk show.

// Want to take a picture with the Red Sox’ World Series trophy? This Saturday’s your chance

The Sox are taking the 2018 trophy on a five-town tour around Boston.


// Peter Berg talks ‘Wonderland,’ friendship with Mark Wahlberg

Currently in Boston directing “Wonderland” for Netflix, Berg was the featured speaker at the Massachusetts Production Coalition’s Holiday Meeting Tuesday night.

Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., has received criticism over his opposition to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., becoming speaker of the House. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Patrick T. Fallon

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Opinion | Seth Moulton

Seth Moulton on Pelosi battle: ‘Tough conversations make us stronger, not weaker’

Ultimately, this leadership battle has given us the time to choose who we want to be as a party, and not to let inertia decide for us.

Indira A.R. Lakshmanan

// Trump and the world’s autocrats want to silence journalists. But the truth will come out

Time magazine’s highlighting of journalists shines a light on a vital public service that most citizens take for granted.

Miss Conduct

How can I get my sister-in-law to stop playing favorites with my kids?

My husband won’t stop his sister from lavishing gifts on our son, but not our daughter. It’s become ridiculous.


// Predictions for Boston’s tech scene: A colder winter, but no big chill ahead

Columnist Scott Kirsner convened a panel of experts, through group text messaging.


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// Help was a few feet away. Why didn’t they save her?

My wife, Laura Levis, did everything she could to save herself when the asthma attack began. She went to Somerville Hospital and called 911, too. How could she have been left to die just outside the emergency room?


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The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Globe staff photos of the month: November 2018

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: a colorful sunrise, Christmas tree lightings, and high school sports.


// Listening to the inner worlds of children who can’t move or speak

A scientist is testing a device that might let parents and clinicians tap into the emotions of profoundly disabled children who aren’t able to communicate.

Love Letters: The Podcast

// Love Letters: Until next year, my sweetheart

In a special bonus episode, Meredith Goldstein explores what happens to summer romance when the summer ends, and “Wet Hot American Summer” creator David Wain shares a girl-crazy memory from his own camp days.

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