Jet damaged after bumping another plane at Logan

Damage to the left wing of a Southwest aircraft would be seen at Logan on Monday.

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

A Southwest jet with 108 passengers on board struck a parked JetBlue aircraft at Logan, an official said.

Obama will sign the order Monday during an event in the White House Rose Garden.

Obama targets student loan debt

A new executive order lets borrowers pay no more than 10 percent of their monthly income in student loan payments.

The limousine bus carrying Tracy Morgan and six other people was knocked on its side in the accident early Saturday.

Trucker in Tracy Morgan crash lacked sleep, prosecutor says

The Walmart truck driver accused of triggering a deadly crash in New Jersey had allegedly not slept for more than 24 hours.

Jim Kasper at a bench memorializing his son at Andover Newton Theological School near his home.

Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff

A father’s unstoppable need to know

Jim Kasper just wants the truth — and justice. As his Harry slid toward death by heroin overdose, those with him did nothing to help. Shouldn’t there be a price to pay for that?

Xander Bogaerts was switched to third base when the Red Sox signed Stephen Drew in early June to play shortstop.

Commentary | Nick Cafardo

Red Sox have put Xander Bogaerts in right position

With a better prospect at shortstop in the pipeline, the Red Sox are wise to keep Bogaerts at third base.

California Chrome co-owner Steve Coburn called from the grandstand after his horse finished fourth in the Belmont Stakes.

‘Ashamed’ Steve Coburn apologizes for angry rant

The California Chrome owner said Monday his post-Belmont Stakes tirade was wrong and that Tonalist “won the race fair and square.”

// Bobcat sighted in backyard of Sharon family, police say

The normally elusive backyard visitor got into a staring contest with the family cat.



// D for Democrat. Or dodge.

Intentionally or not, Obama is lobbing salvos at his own troops. They, in turn, are left to dodge the friendly fire.


//[1].jpg The case for an absent-minded Internet

We’ve built a huge memory machine whose capacity is becoming at best a nuisance, at worst dangerous.