Q&A CHRIS LONG
This season, Shelby Stevens of Natalie’s at Camden Harbour Inn began without her co-chef and fiance, Chris Long, by her side in the kitchen. He was recovering from a fractured skull he suffered in April.
Boston to examine use of police body cameras
A proposal to equip Boston police with body cameras will get a public airing Wednesday, but city officials are cautious.
Jon Stewart’s game-changing legacy
The Stewart Effect will survive long after Jon Stewart has moved on.
After setbacks, New Bedford eyes other projects
Plans for a wind farm, casino, and Olympic sailing have fallen through, and officials are considering less glamorous improvements.
Joe Biden’s case for Joe Biden
Who is a better antidote to the guarded Hillary Clinton and the safe campaign she is trying to run?
Cambridge taxi drivers strike to protest Uber, Lyft
About two dozen taxi drivers snarled traffic, honked horns, and demonstrated outside Cambridge City Hall on Monday.
As Fla. governor, Jeb Bush asked George W. Bush for stronger state powers
The governor offered nine pages of advice on how to use the power of the Oval Office to in relations with the states.
Top state officials seek review of criminal justice system
Some states have engaged in similar analysis and worked to cut some criminal justice costs, then used that money to improve outcomes.
Forrest Bird, 94; inventor of medical respirators
Dr. Bird’s devices saved lives and aided thousands of people with respiratory ailments.
Kerry wins Persian Gulf states’ cautious support for Iran deal
Persian Gulf monarchies issued a cautious endorsement Monday of the accord Secretary of State John Kerry negotiated last month to constrain Iran’s nuclear program.
Please, no more posthumous awards!
Celebrate the living while we have them. Post-mortem festivities benefit only ourselves.
Berklee-honed Jersey boy Charlie Puth heads to the top
Puth, a New Jersey singer-songwriter whose neighbors include Springsteen and Bon Jovi, seems destined to join their ranks in his starry ascent.
Obama plan to slash emissions sparks sharp debate
Opponents of the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan prepared Monday for all-out war against the carbon-cutting regulation, blasting the measure publicly while accelerating behind-the-scenes efforts to stop its implementation.
Judge chides Boston on lawsuit over Everett casino
Suffolk Superior Court Judge Janet Sanders said the city violated court rules when it filed documents in the case last month.
Uber carpooling coming to Boston
Boston will be the fifth US city to offer UberPOOL, an on-demand carpooling option that allows two customers going in the same direction to share a ride and split the cost.
Richard Schweiker, 89; served in President Reagan’s Cabinet
Mr. Schweiker also helped reveal the intelligence community’s shortcomings in the wake of President Kennedy’s assassination.
Vincent Marotta, 91; cofounder of Mr. Coffee
Mr. Marotta’s iconic Mr. Coffee brand helped revolutionize how Americans make their morning brew.
Taxi drivers have a legitimate beef — but it’s not with Uber
Regulation doesn’t exist to protect one sort of transportation service over another; it’s there to protect consumers.
US-led strikes in Iraq, Syria killed 459 civilians in year
US-led airstrikes targeting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria have probably killed at least 459 civilians over the past year, a report by an independent monitoring group said Monday.
Family owned winery destroyed in Charlton fire
A large fire engulfed a winery in Charlton, leaving a family in disarray.