How much federal tax will Mass. residents pay?

A view of the Internal Revenue Service's headquarters March 24, 2016 in Washington, DC. / AFP PHOTO / Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images


As you enjoy a few extra days to file your tax returns this year, here are some head-spinning numbers.

Wellesley 11-year-olds Christian Mattaliano, left, Marc Maggiacomo, center, and David Maggiacomo, right.

Laurie Mattaliano

In Wellesley, it?s curtains for three dancing Trumps

A fifth-grade dance act featuring the face of Donald Trump was silenced so as not to offend anyone.

// UMass climate-change protesters vow to keep up pressure

A group of students want the UMass system to shed all financial ties to fossil fuels.

// BRA approves Harvard?s Allston science complex

Work could begin this summer on the $1 billion complex.

// Official in crash that killed Milton teen won?t be charged

Katelisa Etienne died last month when she was fatally struck by a vehicle driven by an off-duty Boston Police sergeant.

// Teacher seeks to solve mystery of 200-year-old Jane Austen book

The book may be a first-edition Jane Austen. Now the hunt is on to find its owner?s family.

// Elizabeth Warren calls out JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon

Tone is important, and the senator from Mass. didn?t like the recent tone the JPMorgan Chase CEO struck when talking about his bank.

A moment of silence was held at the site of the first blast on Boylston Street.

John Tlumacki/globe staff

Boston observes moment of silence to mark bombings

Survivors of the bombing participated in ceremonies held today near the race?s finish line.

// MRI reveals issues with Pablo Sandoval?s shoulder

The third baseman will visit Dr. James Andrews on Monday for a second opinion.

// Why you should throw a dinner party to talk about death

We need to talk about our wishes for end-of-life care. Here is one way to do it.

// These seven types of runners will be at the Marathon

Expect to see all of them at the 120th Boston Marathon.

// Why did Tom Brady send a message to a soccer goalkeeper?

The Patriots quarterback delivered some encouragement to the goalie for the Premier League?s most surpising team.

A volunteer at a One Sandwich at a Time event in New York.

Jd Urban

Feeding Boston?s homeless, one sandwich at a time

On Saturday, Erin Dinan and her One Sandwich at a Time nonprofit will prepare 1,000 peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches to be handed out to the Boston-area homeless.

// Fun springs to mind on the way out of Boston winter

We?ll celebrate the new season every chance we can. Here are some ideas for where to go to enjoy sweet springtime.

Things to Do

// The Weekender: Brazilian dance, ?Jungle Book,? and robot wars

A look at things to do in the Boston area this weekend.

// Mountain lion dashes from Los Angeles school to backyard

Students and teachers at a Los Angeles high school missed their lunch break Friday after a mountain lion strolled onto campus.

Ground Game

ground game

// Biggest moments in the 9 Democratic debates

The matchup between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in Brooklyn Thursday night may well have been their final one.

The Big Picture

Wild Chernobyl

What happens to the environment when humans disappear? Chernobyl, site of a nuclear disaster 30 years ago, gives us part of an answer.