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Warren book offers revealing inside tales

The campaign-style book, set to be released next week, contains colorful stories from the senator’s time in Washington.

Hamza Syed braced for an anti-Muslim backlash that never happened.

Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff

Inclusive spirit reassures Muslims after bombings

Muslims braced themselves for a backlash after the Marathon attack, but it never happened.

Elizabeth Cohen sent and replied to work e-mails after 9 p.m. at her home in Arlington.

Late-hour work e-mailing sends unsettling message

Even as some companies encourage workers to unplug, many workers say they are afraid to go off-line.

An aerial view of Bridgewater State Hospital.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

New scrutiny for Bridgewater State Hospital after complaints

A federally funded watchdog group has launched an investigation into the alleged abuse and neglect of inmates at the facility.

Investigators combed through the Marlborough offices of TelexFree. Probes into the firm have had a global reach.

TelexFree Mass. office raided in Internet fraud probe

The company has been accused in an alleged scheme that has the potential to rank among the largest international financial frauds.

The Nation

Warren book offers revealing inside tales

In 2011, President Obama named Richard Cordray (right) head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Elizabeth Warren wrote about the formation of the agency in her book.

By Matt Viser

The campaign-style book, set to be released next week, contains colorful stories from the senator’s time in Washington.

Court deportations drop 43% in last five years

By Julia Preston

New deportation cases brought by the Obama administration in the nation’s immigration courts have been declining steadily since 2009.

Jordanian airstrike hits Syrian vehicles

By Anne Barnard

The unusual strike that underscored Jordan’s intensive efforts to maintain control over a border crisscrossed by smugglers, Syrian insurgents, and refugees.

The World

Ukraine push against rebels grinds to halt

By Andrew E. Kramer

A military operation that the Ukrainian government said would confront pro-Russian militants in the east of the country unraveled in disarray Wednesday.

Ferry sinks off South Korea; 6 dead, 290 missing

A woman reacted after finding her son’s name on a list of survivors at a building where rescued passengers were brought.

By Youkyung Lee and Foster Klug

The high number of people unaccounted for raised fears that the death toll could increase drastically.

Police say 5 dead in Calgary stabbings

People left flowers at the site of the fatal stabbing spree in Calgary on Tuesday.

Matthew Douglas de Grood, a recent graduate of the University of Calgary, picked up a large knife shortly after arriving at the party and stabbed the victims one by one shortly after 1 a.m. Tuesday, said police Chief Rick Hanson.

Editorial & Opinion

JOAN VENNOCHI

FBI’s repeated failures

By Joan Vennochi

Questions linger about how the FBI bungled the investigation of Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

Alex Beam

The peculiar urgency of mortality

By Alex Beam

I don’t mind empty calories — quite the opposite! — but empty experiences grate on me more than before.

Elizabeth Bartholet

Parental custody? Not if they’re addicts

By Elizabeth Bartholet

Drug use during pregnancy puts children at risk for future developmental problems, but the worst harm to the children comes from sending them home.

Metro

New scrutiny for Bridgewater State Hospital after complaints

An aerial view of Bridgewater State Hospital.

By Michael Rezendes

A federally funded watchdog group has launched an investigation into the alleged abuse and neglect of inmates at the facility.

Inclusive spirit reassures Muslims after bombings

Hamza Syed braced for an anti-Muslim backlash that never happened.

By Lisa Wangsness

Muslims braced themselves for a backlash after the Marathon attack, but it never happened.

N.H. Senate to vote on repeal of death penalty

Representative Laura Pantelakos, whose son-in-law was gunned down in 2012, is among a number of lawmakers who have reversed course and support repeal of the death penalty.

By Brian MacQuarrie

The vote on the repeal is too close to call among the 24 senators who make up the chamber.

Business

TelexFree Mass. office raided in Internet fraud probe

Investigators combed through the Marlborough offices of TelexFree. Probes into the firm have had a global reach.

By Beth Healy

The company has been accused in an alleged scheme that has the potential to rank among the largest international financial frauds.

Panel suggests savings in union of Winchester Hospital, Lahey

By Robert Weisman

The staff report projected savings of as much as $2.7 million a year.

UMass Memorial Medical cutting more than 100 jobs

Umass Memorial Medical Center.

By Robert Weisman

The staff reduction is the latest restructuring move at a health care system that is the largest employer in central Mass.

Obituaries

Thomas Murnane, 77; helped raise $1b for Tufts University

Dr. Thomas Murnane was appointed to Tufts University’s development staff in the 1970s.

By Michele Richinick

Dr. Murnane, a former student, remained on Tufts’s campus for nearly 50 years, retiring as senior vice president.

Patrick Seale, 83; journalist and historian of Syria

Mr. Seale is best known for his authoritative biography of the late Syrian president Hafez Assad.

Rivka Haut, 71; champion of rights for Jewish women

Rivka Haut convened the first all-female prayer service with a Torah scroll at the Western Wall.

By Jennifer Medina

Ms. Haut backed Orthodox Jewish women fighting for divorce in rabbinical courts and seeking to pray together as a group.

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Sports

Christopher L. Gasper

Bruins in unfamiliar spot as favorites

Claude Julien’s team enters the playoffs with the No. 1 seed in the East.

By Christopher L. Gasper

The Bruins have a lot going for them, and they have a lot of believers. But getting past Detroit won’t be easy.

Red Sox 6, White Sox 4 (14 inn.)

Beleaguered Red Sox eke out win

Daniel Nava (left) and Jonathan Herrera celebrated after scoring on a 14th-inning double by Jackie Bradley Jr.

By Peter Abraham

Jackie Bradley Jr. doubled off infielder Leury Garcia in the 14th inning to score two runs that allowed the Sox to break their skid.

Pyeonchang ready to welcome 2018 Olympics

The mayor of Pyeongchang, Lee Seok Rae, waved the Olympic flag after the handover ceremony at the close of the Sochi Games.JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/Getty Images

By John Powers

The Koreans lost out to Vancouver and Sochi, but next time around, the Winter Games are on their stage.

G: Style

Late-hour work e-mailing sends unsettling message

Elizabeth Cohen sent and replied to work e-mails after 9 p.m. at her home in Arlington.

By Beth Teitell

Even as some companies encourage workers to unplug, many workers say they are afraid to go off-line.

spectators guide

Explore Boston: with kids, grown-ups — or solo

The Boston Children’s Museum is the country’s second oldest.

By Kara Baskin

Whether you’re in town for the Marathon, here are a few entertaining itineraries to make the most of your visit.

spectators’ guide

Fitness Expo draws Marathon runners and more

By Alex Stills

What began as a seminar for sports medicine in 1977 has evolved into a showcase of marathon related presentations, products, and service.

More Stories

spectators’ guide

11 great places to watch the Boston Marathon

By Jill Radsken

quiz

Test your Marathon IQ

By Christopher Muther

spectators’ guide

Need carbs? Here’s where to fuel up for the Marathon

By Kara Baskin

Bargain Bin

Spa Week returns — let the pampering begin

By Ami Albernaz

events

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

The week ahead: Music

By James Reed

The week ahead: Theater

By Don Aucoin

Mark your calendar

By June Wulff

Handyman on Call

How can he keep his porch from rotting?

By Peter Hotton

Names

Shakespeare coming to Fenway Park

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Donnie Wahlberg, Jenny McCarthy are engaged

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Tuukka Rask makes Topsfield girl’s wish come true

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Ric Burns and Drew Faust talk Civil War

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Saskia Epstein will leave Room to Grow

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Maria Menounos visits Carroll Center for the Blind

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Leonard Nimoy to be honored in Boston June 7

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Wahlburgers coming to Fenway

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

B.A. Shapiro shares ‘The Art Forger’ on Beacon Street

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Globe North

Researchers collecting DNA from the ocean’s depths

Doctoral student Chris Marks braving the ocean in February to collect samples for the Marine Science Center in Nahant.

By David Rattigan

The Ocean Genome Legacyproject at Northeastern’s Marine Science Center in Nahant is mapping the genome of creatures of the sea.

Gloucester scientists track migration of giant sea turtles

Gloucester-based scientists  Michael Dodge (left) and Kara Dodge preparing to release a satellite-tagged adult leatherback sea turtle.

By David Rattigan

Marine scientists in Gloucester have published new findings from the first successful satellite tagging study of the largest living turtle.

Somerville mayor wants officials to disclose contacts

By Brock Parker

The new regulation would require elected officials to file disclosures of their communications with anyone seeking a permit or license in the city.

More Stories

Who Taught You to Drive?

Bicyclists return with spring thaw

By Peter DeMarco

Globe North Best Bets

By Milva DiDomizio

High School Lacrosse

North Andover girls’ lacrosse stand united

By Joseph Saade

Burlington

Selectman reelected to second term

By John Laidler

North Reading

Special recycling events scheduled

By Brenda J. Buote

Somerville

City to start over on school property

By Brock Parker

Wilmington

‘Wilmington’s Got Talent’ to host audition

By Brenda J. Buote

Salisbury

Election features race for selectman’s seat

By David Rattigan

Westford

League’s annual candidates forum Thursday

By Brenda J. Buote

Globe South

Abington Lions Club wants to collect a million pennies for library upgrades

At Abington’s St. Patrick’s parade, Phil Hamric dressed as a leprechaun to collect pennies for the library. Below, he holds a bag of coins.

By Jean Lang

Phil Hamric is spearheading a local Lions Club initiative to gather one million pennies as a way to raise money for the public library.

Dedham man to get belated recognition for service in the Revolution

The Sons of the American Revolution grave marker.

By Dave Eisenstadter

A Dedham man who marched against the Redcoats during the battles of Lexington and Concord will be honored this Saturday.

Quincy

Homes may fill club site by water

By Emily Sweeney

A popular seasonal nightclub at Marina Bay has been proposed as the site for 352 new luxury homes.

Globe West

Concord Museum displays the day the War of Independence started

Curator David Wood displays a print of Amos Doolittle’s engraving “The Battle of Lexington, Plate 4.”

By Nancy Shohet West

A lantern. A sword. A drum. A hand-written letter. Routine objects, gathered from around the area for a Concord display, weave a fresh look at historic battle.

Communities consider agreement changes

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Minuteman High School administrators say the amendment is necessary for the district’s success, but it has raised concerns among some local officials.

Wellesley coach to bike cross-country for ALS

Glen Magpiong will raise money for ALS, which took his friend and co-coach.

By Lenny Megliola

Glen Magpiong is about to embark on a 3,100-mile bike ride. He has his 76-year-old father to blame for the tortuous road ahead.