Jones disoriented at police station, documents show

The documents describe the Patriots player as cooperative as he approached police and was later taken to a hospital.

01/13/2015 Foxboro Ma. New England Patriots player Chandler Jones (cq) talked to the media after Practice. Globe/Staff Photographer Jonathan Wiggs

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?I made a pretty stupid mistake,? Chandler Jones says

The Patriots defensive end spoke to the media after Thursday?s practice.

// Beth Israel Deaconess affiliates with MetroWest Medical Center

The agreement reflect a strategy by Beth Israel Deaconess, one of the state?s largest academic medical centers, to expand through affiliations.

// Goldman Sachs to pay $5 billion in mortgage settlement

Goldman Sachs has reached a $5 billion settlement as part of a federal and state probe.

State Street to pay $12 million to settle SEC charges

A former executive entered into an agreement with an Ohio official to make illicit cash payments and campaign contributions, an investigation found.

T promises refunds after thousands of riders overcharged

Commuters using the T?s ?PayByPhone? parking app were mistakenly charged for an additional day of parking Thursday, the agency said.

Oscar nominations often lead to boost in movie revenues

Winning an Oscar, or even just being nominated for one, is about much more than just reaping Hollywood bragging rights.

Ty Burr

// Epics, films of quiet power score big in Oscar nods

?Spotlight,? the acclaimed drama about the Boston Globe?s reporting of the Catholic Church clergy abuse scandal, received six nominations.

Alan Rickman died Thursday of cancer, his family told the BBC. He was 69.

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Alan Rickman, 69, dies of cancer, family says

The British actor?s career ranged from the Royal Shakespeare Company to the ?Harry Potter? films.

Suit alleges medical device maker used substandard materials

The suit accuses Marlborough-based Boston Scientific of selling defective vaginal mesh products made from materials smuggled from China.

Watch live: Political Happy Hour with Stephen Lynch

Political reporter Joshua Miller interviews Representative Stephen Lynch Thursday.

// WPI salvaging 100-year-old ?grotesques? from campus building

The school made three-dimensional scans of the limestone campus oddities in case they are damaged during removal.


// Bill Belichick?s press conference another defensive shutout

The coach answered no questions about Chandler Jones ? which seems to be the way Patriots fans like it.

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (87) runs during practice at the NFL football team's facility Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)

Gronkowski received treatment, injection on knee, report says

According to ESPN, the Patriots tight end spent part of Thursday at a Boston hospital.


// Everything you need to know about Zika virus

Frequently asked questions ? and answers ? about the virus that has been circulating in Brazil and linked to a surge in birth defects.


// GE?s planned ?innovation center? could be a boost

GE made it clear that the Boston area?s historic strength in research and development was a major key in its decision to relocate to the city.

The Weddings Issue

// 12 wedding gown trends in New England salons

These fresh runway looks are vying for brides? attention.


// 5 things people get wrong about stay-at-home dads

We don?t get any respect ? even from stay-at-home moms.

A man helped prepare the spin room for media and candidates prior to the Republican presidential debate.

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Ted Cruz, Donald Trump set to clash on debate stage

The two seem locked in battle for primacy in Iowa, the first state to vote on the GOP nomination in just a few weeks.

Billy Joel performing at Fenway Park in 2014.


Billy Joel returning to Fenway Aug. 18

Live Nation announced Thursday that the Piano Man is set to play at the ballpark Aug. 18.

// Rare January hurricane forms

Hurricane Alex is not expected to threaten the US.

// ?Cash For Your Warhol? project takes over Cambridge storefront

The conceptual art piece that began with hanging signs in 2009 on city street posts has expanded. Now, it?s temporarily taking up a wedge of retail space.

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Ground Game

Ground Game

// Expectations game shifts ahead of early primaries

A candidate?s success will be determined by how they exceed (or fail) expectations in early primary states.

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

 Peugeot?s French driver Stephane Peterhansel and co-driver Jean Paul Cottret compete during the seventh stage of the Dakar Rally 2016 from Uyuni, Bolivia to Salta, Argentina on Jan. 9. (Marcos Brindicci/AFP/Getty Images)

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The Big picture

Dakar Rally 2016

The 13-stage Dakar Rally is traveling through Argentina and Bolivia via motorcycle, quad bike, car, or truck over extreme terrain.

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.



// GE brings Internet power surge to Boston

The company is putting digital intelligence and communications systems into virtually everything it builds.



// 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.

Globe Insiders

Design New England

// Home Sweets Home

Interior designer Holly Joe cooks up the love in her sophisticated yet cozy family house in Westwood.