Unsafe lead levels found in two more Boston schools

A total of four school buildings in Boston, including Boston Latin Academy, were found to have high levels of lead.

New subpoena issued to Boston College in Belfast Project case

British authorities are seeking more interview tapes from a Boston College oral history project about the Irish Troubles.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/04/21/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/160421_KDB_OVERDOSE_005.jpg Overwhelmed by overdoses, clinic offers a room for highs

Overdoses are so common that Boston Health Care for the Homeless is creating a space where drug users can ride out their highs.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh spoke with members of the media after attending the Boy Scouts of America Urban Scouting breakfast at the Westin Boston Waterfront hotel on Monday morning.

Walsh says he won?t be indicted in labor probe

An investigation into allegations of strong-arm tactics by unions has brought scrutiny to City Hall.

Reporters David Filipov (left) and Steve Annear work out on the BikeBus.

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Bike bus offers a ride that will leave you spinning

Imagine a world where the commute to work becomes an opportunity to work out. A world where you can bike to work ? on a bus.

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Jay Peak will be open into the next ski season, despite warnings that it was losing money, a court-appointed receiver said.

A Green Line train.

Fare evasion may cost MBTA $42 million a year

The transit system released estimates Monday on the cost of fare evasion on the Green Line, commuter rail, and buses.

In a hypothetical match-up between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, Clinton has a 36-percentage point advantage, according to a new poll.

Millennials don?t like socialism or capitalism, poll says

Overall, the generation struggling with student debt and an uneven economy had a dire outlook about the country.

Beyoncé?s video springs from her own experiences, but the messages are meant to resonate with many others.
Beyoncé and other performers on the New Orleans set of ?Lemonade.? Most of the segments were shot in the area.

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Ty Burr critic?s notebook

In video, Beyoncé offers a guide to a woman?s inner life

The film, even more than the album, embraces the struggles, trials, and resilience of all women of color, of all generations.


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They don?t need to engage in dirty tricks to win, but they do it anyway, and they?re paying the price.

Brady walked back to the bench after his season ended in Denver earlier this year.

Few legal options left for Brady

Tom Brady may need the legal equivalent of a succesful Hail Mary to avoid serving his suspension.

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Tom Brady is set to be suspended for four games next season. And the reactions to the news on social media was swift.

BOSTON, MA - 04/25/16 - Eric Ventura (cq) from More Specialized Transport of New Jersey install artist Ai Wei Wei's Chinese zodiac sculptures on the Rose Kennedy Greenway near Milk Street. The sculptures each weigh around 800 pounds, and were previously exhibited in Chicaco. There are several sets of the sculptures. The installation will come down sometime in October. Lane Turner/Globe Staff Section: ARTS Reporter: joe incollingo Slug: greenwayart

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Boston?s Greenway has new residents, but what are they?

The sculptures by artist Ai Weiwei are the first of several public-art works slated for the Greenway as the weather warms.


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Porcello tossed 6? shutout innings and Jackie Bradley Jr. homered to give the Red Sox the victory in Atlanta.

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FDA officials and patient advocates clashed Monday over whether to approve the experimental drug by Cambridge-based Sarepta.

Ground Game

Ground Game

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The move is not only too little, too late, it plays right into Donald Trump?s hands.

The Big Picture

Earth Day 2016

The theme for this year?s Earth Day was ?Trees for the Earth? and the Earth Day Network has a goal of planting 7.8 billion trees by 2020.