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Locals in Dunedin, New Zealand lay flowers and condolences in tribute to those killed and injured.

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NESTOR RAMOS

In New Zealand, another terrorist nurtured online

The latest racist massacre makes one thing clear: The Internet, this thing we all built together, has gotten away from us.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/03/15/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/tlumackimosqueprayer051.jpg ‘The ugliest form of terrorism’: Mass. leaders denounce white supremacy after massacre

Christian, Jewish, and Muslim leaders expressed grief and horror during an emotional Friday prayer service at Boston’s largest mosque after an attack on two New Zealand mosques.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/03/16/BostonGlobe.com/Foreign/Images/a160b8db05e24e6e8a7bf73c0325b4ed-a160b8db05e24e6e8a7bf73c0325b4ed-0.jpg In New Zealand, a hate-fueled massacre designed for its times

The wounded tried to crawl away or lie still, while others ran or crouched behind the dead, but the gunman kept pulling the trigger.

Compared to other states, Mass. lags in move for more housing

Even incremental legislation that aims to make it easier for towns to change their own zoning has proved to be a challenge.

Larry Edelman | Commentary

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/03/15/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/mcglashan.jpg Bono’s partner in ethical investing falls from grace in admissions scandal

Bill McGlashan took socially responsible impact investing to the next level with the $2 billion Rise Fund. Now he’s lost his job for allegedly paying $300,000 in bribes to get his son into college.

Steven Em (center) was congratulated at the University of Massachusetts Medical School after he received news of his hospital assignment.

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THOMAS FARRAGHER

From the Killing Fields to the healing arts

As children, Steven Em’s parents escaped the bloody Khmer Rouge. On Friday they watched their son achieve a long-pursued dream: success at UMass Medical School.

The Nation

Mueller requests Rick Gates’s sentencing be delayed due to cooperation in multiple ongoing investigations

Rick Gates departed Federal District Court in Washington in February 2018.

By Spencer S. Hsu

Gates, Donald Trump’s former deputy campaign chairman and a top inauguration official, has been requested to not be sentenced for at least another 60 days.

After New Zealand massacre, Trump downplays white nationalism threat

President Trump formally vetoed Congress’s resolution to block his declaration of a national emergency.

By Jonathan Lemire

The gunman accused in the mass shooting had called President Trump “a symbol of renewed white identity.”

Maryland man arrested for tackling brown pelican in Florida

A Maryland man seen tackling a federally protected pelican on video has been arrested on animal cruelty charges out of Florida.

The World

In New Zealand, a hate-fueled massacre designed for its times

A police officer stood guard Saturday near the Linwood mosque, where seven people were killed, in Christchurch, New Zealand.

By Richard Pérez-Peña

The wounded tried to crawl away or lie still, while others ran or crouched behind the dead, but the gunman kept pulling the trigger.

New Zealand’s gun laws subject of scrutiny after mosque shootings

By Damien Cave

The shootings that killed at least 49 people at two mosques in New Zealand on Friday have placed new scrutiny on New Zealand’s gun laws and sparked a fervent debate about whether they were a factor in the gunman’s decision to carry out his attack there.

Boundless racism, zero remorse: A manifesto of hate and 49 dead in New Zealand

By Marc Fisher and Joel Achenbach

The alleged shooter in the New Zealand mosque massacre was a globe-trotting young Australian and avowed racist who immersed himself in an Internet subculture of extreme anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, white supremacist ideology.

Editorial & Opinion

Editorial

New Zealand mosque attack should be a wake up call for big tech

Protesters demonstrated to denounce New Zealand mosque attack that killed at least 49  in Christchurch on Friday.

After Friday’s attack, it’s no longer possible to brush off such events as isolated incidents or to minimize the role of social media companies in enabling them.

Letters

Talking about teen voting

Mandatory Credit: Photo by KATHERINE TAYLOR/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock (9804565e) Vikiana Petti-Homme (C), 17, a rising senior at Boston Latin Academy, chants into a megaphone while David Hogg (R), 18, a survivor of the 14 February 2018 Parkland shooting marches to her right, during a youth march to protest gun violence, in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, 23 August 2018. Others are not identified. More than 50 youth activists prepared to march 50 miles to the Smith&Wesson's headquarters in Springfield, Massachusetts, to stress their call on the gun manufacturer to stop manufacturing all weapons outlawed under Massachusetts' 2004 Assault Weapons Ban and to make a five million US dollars donation towards researching gun violence. Youth March to Demand Gun Reforms, Worcester, USA - 23 Aug 2018

Globe readers had a thing or two to say about a column critical of proposals to lower the voting age to 16.

Metro

11-year-old arrested after double shooting at Alton, N.H., home

NOTE SMALL FILE SIZE & POOR QUALITY: Lizette Eckert and James Eckert. Photo: from Facebook (Lizette Eckert), cropped from original

By Annmarie Timmins

Officials said Lizette Eckert, 50, was found dead at the scene, and James Eckert, 48, is at a Portsmouth hospital in critical condition. Officials said juvenile laws prevented them from saying how the child knew the victims.

THOMAS FARRAGHER

From the Killing Fields to the healing arts

Steven Em (center) was congratulated at the University of Massachusetts Medical School after he received news of his hospital assignment.

By Thomas Farragher

As children, Steven Em’s parents escaped the bloody Khmer Rouge. On Friday they watched their son achieve a long-pursued dream: success at UMass Medical School.

NESTOR RAMOS

In New Zealand, another terrorist nurtured online

Locals in Dunedin, New Zealand lay flowers and condolences in tribute to those killed and injured.

By Nestor Ramos

The latest racist massacre makes one thing clear: The Internet, this thing we all built together, has gotten away from us.

Business & Tech

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

New Zealand shooting video underscores Facebook’s problems

Mourners paid their respects Saturday at a makeshift memorial in Christchurch, New Zealand, near one of the mosques attacked on Friday.

By Hiawatha Bray

It’s far from the first act of violence transmitted over Facebook Live. How is it that a company as smart and as rich as Facebook wasn’t ready for the next one?

Larry Edelman | Commentary

Bono’s partner in ethical investing falls from grace in admissions scandal

Bono (second from right) and TPG’s Bill McGlashan (far right) appeared at a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January.

By Larry Edelman

Bill McGlashan took socially responsible impact investing to the next level with the $2 billion Rise Fund. Now he’s lost his job for allegedly paying $300,000 in bribes to get his son into college.

Chesto Means Business

Karen Spilka seeks business help on ambitious agenda

Senate President Karen E. Spilka

By Jon Chesto

The Senate president told the state’s largest employer group that she wants input as her team tackles the big issues.

Obituaries

Marian Sulzberger Heiskell, New York City civic leader, dies at 100

Mrs. Heiskell was chairwoman of New 42nd Street Inc., a nonprofit organization with a mandate to revive the grandeur of the historic theaters.

By Robert D. McFadden

Mrs. Heiskell, a member of the family that controls The New York Times, led campaigns to create the Gateway National Recreation Area and restore the grandeur of theaters on 42nd Street.

W.S. Merwin, prize-winning poet of nature, dies at 91

Like Thoreau, Mr. Merwin was inspired equally by reverence for the planet and anger against injustice.

By Jennifer Kelleher and Hillel Italie

Mr. Merwin evolved through a wide range of styles as he celebrated nature, condemned war and industrialism, and reached for the elusive past.

Sports

SPORTS LOG

Northeastern women suffer OT loss to Drexel in CAA semis

Shannon Todd had a chance to win it for the Huskies in regulation but her 3-pointer missed the mark with two seconds left.

GARY WASHBURN | ON BASKETBALL

Jaylen Brown’s been big part of Celtics’ turnaround

Boston, MA--03/01/2019--Celtics forward Jaylen Brown (7) launches a three point shot during the first half of Friday night's game against Washington in TD Garden. (Nathan Klima for The Boston Globe) Topic: Celtics-Wizards Reporter:

By Gary Washburn

Initially unhappy with and affected by being pulled from the starting lineup in November, the free-agent-to-be has become a reliable scoring option off the bench.

Why Rafael Devers may be primed for a big season

Fort Myers, FL--2/20/2019--Boston Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers (11). Day 9 Red sox Spring Training at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, FL. (Barry Chin), Sports, Topic: 21Red sox Spring Training, Reporter: Peter Abraham, LOID: 8.5.480461985.

By Peter Abraham

The 22-year-old third baseman has been the Red Sox’ best hitter this spring, while making strides in his fielding.

More Stories

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Previewing the state girls’ basketball championship games

By Greg Levinsky and Nate Rollins

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Here’s how the teams in the state boys’ basketball finals match up

By Nate Weitzer and Karl Capen

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Defensive end Adrian Clayborn released

By Nora Princiotti

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Gordon Hayward is looking more comfortable and confident

By Christopher L. Gasper

men’s college hockey playoffs

BU skates past Lowell in Hockey East opener

NHL standings

By Alex Bensley

NBA standings

By Alex Bensley

RED SOX SPRING TRAINING REPORT

Friday’s spring training report: Yankees tee off on Red Sox

By Peter Abraham

Good Life

Why — and how — parents should help teens develop a healthy understanding of sex

Beautiful mother and her cute teenage daughter talking each other, sitting in bedroom

By Ellen Friedrichs

In a culture where abstinence-only programs have taken the place of real sex education, it is common for teens to feel shame, fear and anxiety about sexuality. And many feel they cannot turn to adults for help when they need it.

My Instagram: Julia Emiliani

By Lillian Brown

A Wayfair illustrator, Julia Emiliani combines design with more traditional artistic elements to make her work pop.

Help Desk

You’re in luck: A list of where to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day

Looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? You came to the right place.

By Kara Baskin

From Guinness to step dancers to Irish poutine, these restaurants will make you feel lucky.