The Marathon bombings are presenting the first major test of an insurance law passed after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to regulate coverage.
Game 5 | Maple Leafs 2, Bruins 1
Bruins come up short
The Bruins came close to tying it, but the Leafs scratched out a 2-1 win to send the series back to Toronto with the Bruins up, 3-2.
Bruins take the hard road again
We should know by now that the Bruins never, ever do it the easy way. They rarely get the job done in five games. It’s usually seven.
Foxborough, Lexington ensembles tap Ellington spirit
High school jazz ensembles will be among 15 finalists this weekend in the “Essentially Ellington” competition in New York.
A psychiatrist who became convinced his 16-year-old patient suffered from “evil spirits” has been barred from practicing medicine.
Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley will not attend because Prime Minister Enda Kenny of Ireland, who supports narrow abortion rights, is speaking.
Drivers find place for spiritual, philosophical growth
The Aladdin Auto Repair Gallery in Cambridge is as much a place to contemplate philosophy and faith as it is a garage and art gallery.
Candlemaker aims to help impoverished women
A Easthampton candle company is targeting a worldwide market and aims to provide women a path to self-sufficiency in the process.
Marathon bombing suspect buried in Virginia
A day after the controversy swirling around the burial of Tamerlan Tsarnaev subsided in Worcester, it engulfed a rural Virginia hamlet.
red sox 5, blue jays 0
Jon Lester, nearly perfect, dazzles Jays
Lester was a pitch away from perfection for the Red Sox in a 5-0 victory Friday night.
Officials confirm Stoughton tornado
The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado briefly touched down in Stoughton during a fast-moving storm Thursday afternoon.
Nation & World
Survivor emerges 17 days after factory collapse
The rescue of Reshma Begum has offered a temporary respite from the gloom of removing bodies from the building in Bangladesh and a startling tale of resilience.
State Department sought to change Libya talking points
Political considerations influenced the talking points that UN Ambassador Susan Rice used five days after the deadly Sept. 11 assault in Benghazi, Libya, according to department e-mails.
Changes urged for fueling power grid
The Northeast needs a more diverse mix of fuel to generate power, and more pipeline and transmission capacity to bring the energy here, officials said.
Lisa Loomer’s ‘Distracted’ diagnoses our society’s ADD
The play is the story of a boy with attention deficit disorder and what it does to his family, and along the way it also makes the case that ADD is an apt metaphorical diagnosis for our times.