Legal specialists can’t pick winner in Brady lawsuit

Some believe Tom Brady has a compelling argument and a chance to have his suspension vacated; others believe he has no shot.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Few, if any, experts consider this a slam-dunk case for No. 12.

// Mayor Walsh, Governor Baker ride in Pan-Mass Challenge

The mayor and the governor took to the roads in the bicycle event that raises money for cancer care and research.

Man fatally shot in New Bedford Sunday morning

A 24-year-old man was killed and another man was charged with misleading police in the investigation.

Obama to propose stronger cuts to power plant emissions

President Obama called the move the most significant step the US has ever taken to fight global warming.

Dorothy Fisher has lived across the street from Puddingstone Park, the site of last week’s deadly shooting, for 60 years.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Residents cower in a neighborhood beset by violence

Shootings are all too common in one Boston area, even as the city sees an overall drop in homicides.

Red Sox president and chief executive Larry Lucchino greeted David Ortiz at the Pedro Martinez jersey retirement ceremony last week. Lucchino said Saturday that he’ll retire from those posts at season’s end.

Red Sox CEO Lucchino to leave at season’s end

Lucchino’s departure will break up a famous ownership trio that also includes John Henry and Tom Werner.

Joseph and Anna Trustey, together on the day of her school prom in April, were killed in a plane crash Wednesday.

Trustey Family

Father, daughter drew the world close

Joseph and Anna Trustey, both of Wenham, died Wednesday evening when the plane he was piloting crashed in Milwaukee.

Kayana Szymczack for the boston globe, photo illustration Ryan Huddle/Globe Staff


Sara Bareilles’s songcraft the perfect ingredient for ‘Waitress’

The stage adaptation of “Waitress” is getting its world premiere at American Repertory Theater.


// Say farewell to old Boston

Power shifted from old Boston to new, the day a band of insurgents blocked the Olympic dreams of the city’s elite. It’s about time.


// Outside Deflategate, here are the biggest storylines as camps start

Let’s step away from the controversy surrounding footballs and go around the NFL.

Yvonne Abraham

// Shame of methadone use clouds heroin addicts’ recovery

They are Elizabeth, Josh, Brian, and Tracey. They are recovering heroin addicts. And they are just like you and me.

// Boston is rife with untracked tax breaks

The city has granted some 140 tax breaks for about 600 parcels of land over the past several decades, a Globe review found.

Enid Shapiro was a patient at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center who had an unpleasant experience at the hospital, but worked with staff to report it and ultimately change how they handle similar cases.

Boston hospital aims to redefine care and prevent emotional harm

“The words dignity and respect cut very deeply,” said one hospital official.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Location, Location, Location

What is it like to live in Holbrook?

Many may not know where Holbrook is, but its location south of Boston, proximity to highways, and varied public transportation options “would interest anyone,” said one resident.

After decline, foreclosures up again in Greater Boston

Foreclosure numbers through May are up compared with 2014, as lenders push through a backlog of delinquent loans.

Travis Roy counts being on this deck overlooking Malletts Bay as one of his joys.


Leading a purposeful life, chosen by challenges

Travis Roy has good genes, the passion and idealism of his great-grandfather, the unassuming wisdom of his great-grandmother.

Ground Game


// Conversations with the 2016 presidential candidates

The Globe’s James Pindell sits down with presidential candidates and hopefuls to discuss the race.


Farah Stockman | Boston after busing

// Farah Stockman: Naming this era of racial contradictions

The thing is we don’t agree any more on what race means.

The Big Picture

A cyclist crossed a bridge in Christian A. Herter Park on the Charles River.

Lane Turner/Globe Staff

Globe photos of the month: July, 2015

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month including the Fourth of July celebration.



// CVS drives another nail in film’s coffin

The “1-Hour Photo” signs have come down outside CVS Pharmacy stores in Boston and throughout the US.


John L. Allen Jr. | All things Catholic

// Sainthood cause for victims of anti-Christian pogroms in India stalls

Seeing the martyrs of Kandhamal declared saints is “my wish and my people’s wish,” said Archbishop John Barwa.