Brookline officers reject chief?s offer of mediation

The officers walked off the job Dec. 7, saying that the force had ?a systemic racism problem.?

Commuters crammed into a Red Line train at South Station on Monday.

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One day, but plenty of bad news for Red Line riders

Interminable delays plagued the line Monday, the same day the MBTA said it was behind on about $1.5 billion in work.

// Superintendent meets with angry Boston Latin students

Tommy Chang?s visit came as some students dressed in black to protest against what they describe as a racist climate.

// Michelle Wu says bridging inequality gap is a priority

?It?s not right that today, people who are working two and three jobs can?t make ends meet,? the new city council president said.

// Man shot in Dorchester over parking dispute

City police say the 27-year-old male suspect in the shooting is known to authorities.

Donald Trump met with supporters after a campaign rally Monday in Farmington, N.H.

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Trump targets Cruz, Bush in N.H. stop

Donald Trump implored voters to help him win by a hefty margin in the first-in-the-nation primary on Feb. 9.

// Grand promises stir voter passions, but are hard to keep

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have offered few, if any, specifics on how they?d make their plans come to life.

// Governor?s proposal would revamp school aid formula

Charlie Baker wants to address concerns that the state doesn?t adequately reimburse districts who lose funds to charter schools.

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David Noble, president of the In Good Health medical marijuana dispensary, at the Brockton dispensary on its opening day, Sept. 4.

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Low supplies, high demand hit medical marijuana industry

More than three years after voters approved the drug for medical use, the industry still faces many challenges.


// Scientist?s genome essay sets off a storm

Eric Lander became the target of venomous online attacks last week because of an essay he wrote on the history of CRISPR.

Democratic candidates woo undecided Iowa voters

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders cast themselves as champions for tackling economic inequality, but offered different visions.

// City councilors want hearing on Northeastern police weapons

Josh Zakim and Tito Jackson aired concerns about the decision to arm 20 campus police officers with semiautomatic weapons.

Republican presidential candidate, Ohio Gov. John Kasich speaks during a campaign stop at a music cub tavern called the Stone Church, Monday, Jan. 25, 2016, in Newmarket,NH (AP Photo/Jim Cole)


Republicans should vote for John Kasich in N.H.

A vote for Kasich, an experienced politician, would deal a blow to the demagogic candidates running on campaign simplicities.

22 Liberty developer Joseph Fallon took in the view.

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Seaport?s newest high-end address already sees units resold

Owners of some units at 22 Liberty never moved in ? yet they flipped their condos for profits of at least $500,000.


// Billion-dollar debate over Harvard Medical School naming rights

Some say the move would provide much-needed financial relief. Others don?t want the school?s name to resemble ?a football stadium.?

Patriots reflect on 2015 season


// Many low points from the Mile High City

Takeaways from a wasted opportunity that should have ended with Tom Brady?s seventh trip to the Super Bowl.


// Patriots couldn?t capitalize on chances against Broncos

Only one team consistently made championship-caliber plays on Sunday, and it wasn?t New England.

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Ground Game

ground game

// Patriots? loss is good news for some candidates

If the Patriots had defeated the Broncos, the New Hampshire primary would be known as the Super Bowl primary.

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

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Water crisis in Flint, Mich.

Thousands of residents in Michigan have been exposed to toxic amounts of lead, including about 9,000 children.

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.



// Everbridge picked to issue Super Bowl alerts

The Burlington company helped relay important information during the Marathon bombings and Pope Francis?s visit to the US.



// Pope calls on America?s ultimate Catholic anti-celebrity

US Cardinal James Harvey will briefly stand in the spotlight, or at least on the margins of it, when Pope Francis visits the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls.

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.