Complaints against police pile up

The officers with the most complaints work in the department?s homicide unit and in stations downtown.

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International panel calls for overhaul of WHO

According to a major report released late Sunday by a panel of international experts, the WHO must reassess its roles.

//,%20getty,%201636-4682-5587.jpg Rhodes Scholars have Mass. ties

Six out of 32 American recipients of the 2016 Rhodes Scholars awards are from Massachusetts or attend school here.

//[1]-9549.jpg Hamilton toddler released from hospital

The 2-year-old girl, who authorities say was abducted by her ex-babysitter, went home on Sunday.

Rembrandt's, 'The Storm on the Sea of Galilee', is just a framed section of fabric wall covering as theses two visitors to the Gardner Museum observed. This was one of the paintings stolen in a mysterious heist that is yet unsolved.

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Gardner video elicits tips, no hard leads

It had the potential to be a breakthrough in the 25-year investigation into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist.

// State legislative session sputters to an end

Many issues left unresolved in 2015 could be settled in 2016, but the pace in recent weeks has been notably slow.

Paramedics with New Orleans EMS removed a man from the scene following a shooting in New Orleans.

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Several shot at playground during party after parade

New Orleans police say at least 10 people ? and probably more ? were wounded in an apparent shootout at a park in New Orleans? 9th Ward.

divided nation

// In Northwest, a question of tax cuts or education

Officials and voters in Washington state are contending with schools that need funding and companies that demand tax breaks.

// Belgium executes terror sweep

Prosecutors said 16 people had been arrested during 22 house raids.

LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 22: (L-R) Singers Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson of One Direction perform onstage during the 2015 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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One Direction wins big at AMAs; Celine Dion sings for Paris

??This is a testament to how incredible our fans are,?? One Direction member Louis Tomlinson said onstage.

// How do you like them apples?

Urban fruit foragers teamed up with a Wellesley professor and his students to see if urban fruit plucked off trees, sidewalks, and lots in the city are healthy.

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

// MIT-spawned Lantos creates custom-fit earbuds

It?s typically a lot harder to find earbuds that feel good, and won?t fall out when you?re jogging or dancing to the music.


//[1].jpg A 21st-century mother and child

Art does many things, but certainly one of them is to give us images that confront us with shards of the strange experience of being human.

// State bets big on future of long-struggling Lynn

?This is Lynn?s time,? the state?s top economic official says, and the Baker administration has taken a keen interest in the city.

//[1]-5416.jpg Lawsuit accuses DraftKings of flouting bans in 5 states

New York?s attorney general says the Boston-based firm collected entry fees in states where the contests are considered off-limits.

// Teen killed in Israel remembered at Sharon funeral

?The bond we had will live forever,? said Ari Schwartz, Ezra?s father. ?Some bonds can never be broken.?


// As we wait for Monday night, not much to watch in AFC

The AFC simply seems to be imploding, even with the Patriots off.

Michael Paul Smith?s works include a replica of his childhood home.

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Reclusive model maker becomes an international celebrity

Michael Paul Smith, a self-deprecating recluse with a trim silver beard, is Elgin?s ?Gulliver? and gatekeeper, its mayor and creator.

Nets 111, Celtics 101

// Nets refuse to roll over to Celtics

The Nets surged to a 22-point lead, then held off the Celtics? comeback to post a 111-101 win.

Fluto Shinzawa | On Hockey

// Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand reunited, Bruins on same page

It may not be a coincidence that the Bruins have won back-to-back games with the pair together again.

// Joseph Fauria and Patriots? It?s in the bloodlines

The tight end?s uncle, Christian, was a member of two Super Bowl-winning Patriots teams.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// For Bernie Sanders, it?s New Hampshire or bust

Should Clinton ever take a double-digit lead in the Granite State, there will be nothing for anyone to talk about in terms of the Democratic contest.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at the high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ?Spotlight?

?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

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Earthprints: How humans impact the landscape

From sprawling urban growth to the construction of new islands, each site depicted has profoundly changed in the last 30 years.


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Looking back at ?Dont Look Back?

D.A. Pennebaker made ?Dont Look Back,? about Bob Dylan?s 1965 tour of England, a film that both Sight & Sound and Rolling Stone proclaim as the number one rock documentary of all time.