Istanbul bomber linked to Islamic State, officials say

The attack left at least 10 people dead and 15 wounded, and occurred in the same district as the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia.

// Powerful business group keeps low profile in Boston

The Massachusetts Competitive Partnership has been called ?the New Vault,? after the men who once were likened to a shadow government.


Drug makers dismiss outrage over high prices as an ?abomination?

Executives meeting at the industry?s biggest showcase dismissed public outrage over high prescription drug prices as misguided.

// Powerball jackpot swells to $1.5 billion

This is the second increase in the past two days.

Spag?s on Route 9 in Shrewsbury is being torn down to make way for a development anchored by a Whole Foods.

Jim Davis/globe staff/file 2002

Spag?s building in Shrewsbury demolished

The site of the iconic Central Mass. discount store will become a development anchored by a Whole Foods.

// Over 60? Boston councilor doesn?t want you to have to shovel

People over 60 and people with disabilities would be exempt from the snow shoveling requirement under Councilor Tito Jackson?s proposal.

A cloud bank was visible as the sun rose Tuesday morning in South Bouston.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Snow and cold to hit Massachusetts Tuesday

Winter weather will accompany the evening commute across parts of central and eastern Massachusetts.

President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union address in 2015.

Who?s been invited to the State of the Union tonight?

The lone, empty chair near the first lady may send the strongest message of the night.

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What you need to know about interest rate swaps

From timing to terms, find out exactly what you should consider before engaging in an interest rate swap deal.

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Senator Brian Joyce used Woodlawn dry cleaners in Randolph for a decade.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

New twist in political dirty laundry

A Randolph dry cleaner said he gave State Senator Brian Joyce free laundry services for more than a decade.

// Boston-area restaurant trends for 2016

Vegan food, unusual grains, decidedly unserious cocktails, and more: Boston?s dining forecast for 2016.

// Danny Amendola defends carport, says he needs it

Amendola was asked on a WEEI radio show whether he would give the carport to one of the hosts. He replied, ??I still need it, man.??

First Person

// Meet the 12-year-old chef with her own show

?Chopped Junior? veteran Janie Wilson of Peabody teaches public-access viewers how to satisfy a snack attack.

// ?Hello. I?m back? ? Denna Laing speaks

The Marblehead native, who suffered a spinal injury in the Outdoor Women?s Classic, spoke in a video posted to Twitter Monday night.


Turning your cancer against itself

There?s growing excitement about a cancer treatment so targeted to the genetic makeup of a patient?s tumor that it would be taken by exactly one patient.

Bill Belichick says he?ll survive black eye

The Patriots coach appeared at his Tuesday press conference with a swollen eye, but did not say how he got it.


// What?s gained by fingerprinting Uber and Lyft?

It?s the ruthless efficiency of ride-hailing systems that allows you to get a ride home, and that shouldn?t be sacrificed lightly.

// Ex-Mass. AG to lead sex abuse probe at R.I. school

Scott Harshbarger will head up the investigation at St. George?s, which has come under fire from former students.

Lawrence H. Cohn (left) operated on a patient?s heart valve in 1997. Dr. Cohn was a pioneer in minimally invasive procedures to fix heart valves

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Dr. Lawrence H. Cohn was a ?master of masters? in cardiac surgery

Dr. Cohn, who died at 78 on Saturday, was a pioneer in minimally invasive procedures to fix heart valves.


// Eva Longoria to speak at Simmons Leadership Conference

Longoria will be joined by Wareham native Geena Davis at the event, the college said Monday.

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Ground Game

ground game

// Will anger trump electability in the primaries?

With about a month to go before the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary, there is an emerging political dynamic in both sides.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

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

The Big Picture

Robert Galvan, who is on death row for murder, speaks to members of the media at the Adjustment Center yard during a tour of California?s Death Row at San Quentin State Prison.

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The Big Picture

On death row in San Quentin

A rare look at life on death row at San Quentin State Prison in California.

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.



// Sports gear taking the high-tech route

New Balance offers smartwatch at CES and Under Armour teams with IBM.



// Francis sees kindred spirit in John Paul I

In his first book as pope, Francis ponders what would have been the legacy the ?Smiling Pope,? had he lived.