Companies want to know how Generation Z thinks
Generation Z, those people between the ages of 14 to 20 years old, are starting to spend their own money, and businesses are noticing.
$7.3b needed to fix buses, trains, stations, MBTA panel says
The figure marks a substantial, though not unexpected, increase over a preliminary estimate of $6.7 billion issued in March.
Homicide ruling reversed in case of infant’s 2013 death
The state has dropped the charges against Aisling Brady McCarthy, the nanny accused of murdering an infant in her care.
Decision in Tom Brady case expected as soon as Tuesday
Judge Richard Berman said he would issue a decision in the coming days after another meeting that did not yield an agreement.
Changing times can’t sweep him out
Al Cohen is still peddling Fuller Brush products door to door, after four decades.
Stocks see worst month in 3 years
Investors were still sorting out conflicting messages on when the Federal Reserve Bank will raise interest rates.
Joseph Kennedy says he’ll support Iran nuclear agreement
Kennedy acknowledged that some living in the district, which has a heavy concentration of Jewish voters, might not favor his stance.
US makes appeal for climate change action at Alaska conference
The Obama administration cautioned that the consequences that have hit the Arctic the hardest would soon engulf the world.
Grenade explodes during Ukraine clashes; one officer killed
As lawmakers took up a measure to give greater powers to separatists in eastern Ukraine, nationalist protesters clashed with police outside parliament on Monday, and the Interior Ministry said one officer was killed in a grenade blast and more than 100 were wounded.
Time for Hillary Clinton to cut through the noise
Ads and high-profile endorsements can still be undermined.
Seeing Rijksmuseum’s 10-year renovation in stops and starts
Oeke Hoogendijk’s documentary “The New Rijksmuseum” looks at the renovation of the great Amsterdam museum.
Hacker known for work with Anonymous launches digital news service
Gregg Housh, a hacker who went to prison for illegal online activity, is recasting himself as a journalist.
Walsh proposes 13.7% City Council pay hike
The proposal to raise councilors’ salaries to $99,500 could set up a showdown between the mayor and the City Council.
Specialists see no criminal trouble for Clinton in e-mail flap
Based on the public evidence, specialists in government secrecy law see almost no possibility of criminal action against Hillary Clinton or her top aides.
Wes Craven, slasher of suburbs
Movies like “A Nightmare on Elm Street” required a generation of understimulated suburban teens.
Austrian border backup and confusion challenge Europe amid migrant crisis
VIENNA — Europe struggled Monday with traffic backups on Hungary’s border with Austria, stalled trains packed with refugees bound for Germany and deepening policy confusion over the migrant crisis — punctuated by a warning from Germany’s leader that the European open-border policy was at risk.
Trump’s ideas on taxes rattle Republicans
Donald Trump’s populist tax proposals are jangling the nerves of some of the party’s most traditional supporters.
Supremacist vows to ‘die a martyr’ for Jewish site killings
The man who admitted killing three people at two suburban Kansas City Jewish sites gave jurors a Nazi salute Monday after they convicted him of murder.
Migrants bike into Norway at remote Arctic border crossing
As Europe grapples with record-breaking numbers of migrants, a trickle of asylum seekers from Syria have found an unlikely route: biking from Russia.