Clinton, Trump take N.Y. primary

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump addressed supporters Tuesday after their primary victories in New York.

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The large victories by the front-runners dealt big blows to challengers Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz.


// Clinton, Trump move to friendly states in next week?s primaries

The race for delegates will continue in a week as five states on the East Coast go to the polls.


// Delegate rules aren?t ?rigged? just because Trump doesn?t like them

Donald Trump thinks the GOP nomination process is undemocratic? He should see the Constitution.

NBA Playoffs: Hawks 89, Celtics 72

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Dan Shaughnessy

Building a debacle, one brick at a time

Another dreadful start left the cold-shooting Celtics with no answers in Game 2.

Gary Washburn | On Basketball

// Jae Crowder, Isaiah Thomas need to raise their games

The Celtics? top offensive players haven?t been able to get going in this playoff series.

120th Boston Marathon

// Here?s the full story of runner being carried across finish line

Ari Ofsevit spent the night in Tufts Medical Center?s ICU after two fellow runners helped him the finish the race.

Curt Schilling, pictured in 2015.


Curt Schilling is at it again on social media

Schilling posted, and then apparently deleted, a meme on the N.C. transgender bathroom controversy.

Ashley Whorf.


A new college graduate emerges after a fight over tuition debt

In a few weeks, Ashley Whorf will walk across the stage, completing a journey that is nothing less than breathtaking.

// Camille Cosby?s deposition ends, lawyer says

Camille Cosby will answer more questions under oath in a defamation lawsuit filed by seven women against her husband.

Charlie Harrington, shown near Harvard University, has made a mark in the film industry for decades.

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The man with a penchant for bringing Boston to the big screen

Charlie Harrington has been described as ?the godfather? of local location scouting.

// Proposed ban on Uber, Lyft at Convention Center raises worries

Officials at the facility worry that the five-year ban would make the city appear unattractive to visitors.

// How these doctors bypass insurance companies

Some physicians have stopped accepting health insurance and instead charge patients a flat monthly fee.

April 7, 2016 Newton Mayor Setti Warren takes a question from Charles Jacobs a Newton resident at a community discussion on making sure Newton is a welcoming place for all, in response to recent incidents of anti-Semitic graffiti in the schools and a taunting incident during a high school basketball game. Photo by Katherine Taylor for The Boston Globe

Rabbi urges Newton to learn from forum

The senior rabbi of Temple Emanuel said he was ?saddened and embarrassed? after activists disrupted a citywide meeting on prejudice.

// As vinyl revives, three friends make a U-Turn

The company the men launched sees a market for affordable turntables, where others see just a fad.

// A Roxbury woman discovers her revolutionary history

When Barbara Toney learned that she is descended from a freed slave who fought for independence, she embraced it.