Gardner heist video brings in tips, but no solid leads

Investigators still haven?t identified the man who was shown entering the museum early in the morning on March 17, 1990.

Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans said all members of the police force have ?a right to due process, and we have to cross our Ts and do it all right. It?s not as easy a process as people think it is.?

Scott Eisen for The Boston Globe/File 2015

Complaints against city police pile up

A Globe review found that officers facing the most complaints work in the homicide unit and in stations downtown.

Adrian Walker

// Kevin Honan, a hero for homeless families

Honan, the longtime state representative from Brighton, will be honored next month by Family Aid Boston.

// Latest round of Belgium terror sweeps leads to 16 arrests

A partial lockdown of Brussels was extended through Monday, as the city remains on its maximum terrorism alert level.

// British could join in airstrikes on Islamic State

Prime Minister David Cameron said he will ask parliament for approval to join US-led airstrikes on the militants.


// Drugstores can do much with health data

Pharmacies across the US are dangling perks to coax their customers to relinquish all sorts of personal information.

Lynn?s underutilized waterfront is about 10 miles from Boston.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

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?s revival.

// Pfizer, Allergan said to be nearing $150 billion merger

The deal, which might be announced Monday, could see Pfizer try to shed its US corporate citizenship in an effort to lower its tax bill by billions.

// More than 1,000 mourn Sharon teen killed in Israel

An overflow crowd attended the services for Ezra Schwartz, who was killed last week by a gunman in the West Bank.

// 16 wounded in shooting at New Orleans playground

Hundreds of people were gathered for a block party and music video shoot when two groups opened fire on each other, police said.

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

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

Humble giant for a cherished tiny world

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

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

??This is a testament to how incredible our fans are,?? said Louis Tomlinson, a member of the super popular boy band.

//[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.


// Without the Patriots, there?s not much to watch in the AFC

The rest of the conference seems to be imploding, based on what happened Sunday.

// 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.

More than 27,000 people attended Sunday?s Fenway Hurling Classic & Irish Fesitval at the historic ballpark.

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Hurling at Fenway Park was a hit in so many ways

On an oft-drizzly afternoon, Ireland?s ancient stick-and-ball sport came alive as if it were born to Fenway?s emerald pitch.

// N.H. mother of avalanche victim works to prevent deaths

Cindy Berlack, whose son died in January, recently organized a conference on avalanche safety at Bretton Woods.

// Donald Trump?s remarks on rally protester make waves

??Maybe he should have been roughed up, because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing,?? Trump said.


// 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.

Fluto Shinzawa | On Hockey

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

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

Joshua S. Goldstein and Steven Pinker

// Inconvenient truths for the environmental movement

Activists should hit ?Pause,? do the math, and work for the combination of policies that can actually solve the problem.

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

Denis Balibous/Reuters

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.



Another antibiotic casualty?

Chinese and British scientists reported that they have found a strain of E. coli that is resistant to colistin, the antibiotic of last resort for such bacteria.