Globe poll favors life term for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

By a wide margin, Boston residents favor life without parole instead of the death penalty for the Marathon bombing suspect if he is convicted of the attack.

Federal agents spoke in May with Edward Tutunjian outside one of his garages on Kilmarnock Street in Boston.


Amid criminal probe, taxi owner looks to sell

Edward Tutunjian, who was the focus of a Globe Spotlight Team investigation, is seeking to sell more than half his cab empire — an estimated $120 million divestiture.

Innovation economy stars offered their suggestions for what Boston’s next leader must do to keep the city buzzing.

Innovation sector leaders have to-do list for next mayor

Prominent members of Boston’s innovation economy weigh in on what the next mayor needs to do to keep the city buzzing.

Rep. Martin Walsh

Foes critique Martin Walsh’s City Hall sale plan

The Boston mayoral candidate announced a proposal Sunday to revitalize downtown by selling City Hall Plaza to a private developer.

Mike Napoli was met at the plate by David Ortiz after his two-run home run in the first inning.

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Red Sox 9, Yankees 2

Red Sox rout Yankees to finish off sweep

The Red Sox now have a 9½-game lead in the AL East and their magic number to clinch the division is down to 4.

// Mass. casino developers stress energy conservation

Spurred by the state, bidders are pitching plans for composting programs, solar installations, and rain-harvesting systems.

Lawrence Summers won’t seek Fed post

The Harvard professor is asking not to be considered for chief of the Federal Reserve as opposition mounts over his style and his record.

Adrian Walker

Martha Coakley’s redemption tour begins

The attorney general’s run for governor is about removing a stain — the memory of her loss to Scott Brown in the 2010 Senate race.



// The mysterious shrinking workforce

Adult participation in the workforce has fallen to its lowest level in 35 years — and nobody knows why.