US faults MBTA for ending late-night ride service

Federal officials said the MBTA failed to follow civil rights guidelines in its decision to cancel late-night T service.

// In Eastie, Trump support stokes fear

?The fear is that he wins and then they grab you and send you back,? said one 19-year-old immigrant.

Yvonne Abraham

// Donald Trump is all that is man

The Republican candidate is the manliest man, a man among men. Hillary Clinton had better prepare herself.

James ?Whitey?? Bulger, held a goat in this undated photo taken shortly before he disappeared in 1995.

AP Photo/FBI via America?s Most Wanted

?Whitey? Bulger?s bid for new trial rejected

A federal appeals court on Friday rejected James ?Whitey? Bulger?s claim that his trial was a ?sham.?

Couple shoots themselves in front of patrons at Salisbury gun range

Two people died after intentionally shooting themselves in front of patrons at a gun range in Salisbury this week, authorities said.


// The inimitable Bud Collins was all aces

He knew everything about tennis ? and everything about being a witty, wonderful fellow.

Veteran educator chosen to help improve racial climate at BLS

A school official has been appointed as a special assistant to the superintendent to help improve the turbulent racial climate at Boston Latin School.

Centre Street Cafe in Boston has added a 3 percent charge to lift the wages of staffers like Lanita Ford and Mike Lankowski.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

For some restaurants, a 3 percent surcharge solution

Some restaurants are aiming to reduce the inequality of a two-tier wage system that allows servers to earn far more than their behind-the-scenes counterparts.

// Bob Lobel agrees to dismiss portions of suit against Newton golf course

The sportscaster may have lost a round in his legal battle with the Woodland Golf Club but his fight isn?t over yet.


// Red Sox reporter Jessica Moran resigns amid questions about manager John Farrell

?I have stepped away from Comcast SportsNet as I thought it was in my best personal and professional interest to do so,? Moran wrote in a text to the Globe.

// Carl Icahn cashes in on Hologic success

Icahn called his intervention in the Marlborough-based medical product company ?the quintessential example of activism at its best.?

// Fla. man faces charges in heist from truck headed for Mass.

Aldaberto Perez is accused of masterminding a group that stole about $4.8 million worth of gold bricks and silver coins.

Album Review

// Rap star Kendrick Lamar sates Internet appetite with new EP

The EP, ?untitled, unmastered,? satisfies demand for a new collection of his songs. Does it come at the cost of unique, unreproduceable moments?

Host Ellen Page and her best friend, Ian Daniel, in Japan in the Viceland original series ?Gaycation.?



Is Viceland too cool for cable?

Vice, a multimillion-dollar multimedia empire, has launched its very own TV channel, a little blast of Brooklyn in the deep end of basic cable.

// Red Sox want to bestow world?s best going-away present

To a man, the Red Sox don?t want David Ortiz to end his career in Game 162 on Oct. 2 against the Blue Jays at Fenway Park.

// Boston students planning walkout to protest budget cuts

Students in the Boston Public Schools are planning to stage a walkout on Monday to protest budget cuts, officials said Friday.

// DraftKings sues to keep operating in Texas

DraftKings Inc. sued the Texas attorney general Friday in a bid to keep its contests running.

Opinion & Ideas


// Apple is right to battle FBI over iPhone security

A concession of ?backdoor? smartphone access would ennable not just the FBI, but also hackers, including foreign governments.

Ground Game

ground game

// When ?Never Trump? became ?Maybe Trump?

Instead of stopping Donald Trump?s momentum last night, the other candidates on the stage stopped the #NeverTrump movement.

The Big Picture

Globe photos of the month, February 2016

A look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month.


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Evan Jonigkeit and Tina Fey in the comedy-drama ?Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.?

movie review

?Whiskey Tango Foxtrot? is for Kabubble-brains

Tina Fey stars in a tone-deaf comedy-drama about a journalist experiencing personal growth and career success in the midst of the war in Afghanistan.

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 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.


scott kirsner | innovation economy

// Next-gen bike technology still peddling uphill

The story of electric-powered wheels is another example of how tough it is to turn game-changing concepts into products.



// An Australian lesson in telling the whole Catholic story

There are salt-of-the-earth folks, who quietly carry out a staggering variety of good works.