Group returns donation from embattled firm

A mental health organization returned $10,000 after reports emerged about poor conditions at Arbour Health System?s psychiatric hospitals.

Deflategate: The latest

// Roger Goodell says court made right decision

The NFL commissioner discussed Monday?s ruling that reinstated Tom Brady?s four-game suspension.


// Stephen Colbert?s crowd cheers Brady?s suspension

Not everyone is upset that Tom Brady will start the season on the bench.

// Sarepta?s stock is plummeting

Shares of the Cambridge biotech were trading down the day after an FDA panel voted against recommending approval of its experimental drug.

Man charged in hit-and-run death of woman felt ?slight bump?

Dorothy Steele was a fixture in Cambridge widely known for her devotion to feeding birds, especially pigeons

// Trooper held without bail on domestic violence charges

A woman said Robert Sundberg, 45, had abused her for four years.

Snow could come back to New England

Snowfall is expected in the higher elevations of Maine and New Hampshire.

Harvard Business School looks to launch new crop of startups

The annual New Venture Competition will award $150,000 in prizes to promising startup founders.

Ironwood agrees to pay up to $265m for licensing rights from AstraZeneca

The Cambridge company will license the US commercial rights for a drug that treats hyperuricemia.

// College costs rise fastest for those least able to afford it

Students whose families made $30,000 a year or less have seen particularly sharp increases.

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The battle over digital payments is now being waged

Retailers and consumers face confusion and competition as the marketplace sorts out how to best implement fast-evolving mobile payment methods.

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Lobster ravioli in brandy tomato cream sauce at Rino?s Place in East Boston.

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Dining Out

Yes, Rino?s Place is the best. Too bad you can?t eat here.

When a restaurant is annexed into Flavor Town, getting a table can seem impossible. The Italian food here is worth it.

// Why are so many Greek restaurants suddenly opening in Boston?

Turns out, it might have something to do with our collective obsession with Greek yogurt.

// Kelly Ripa returns to ?Live?

Ripa addressed the uproar that erupted when it was announced her co-host, Michael Strahan, is headed to ??Good Morning America.??

Love Letters

// Dating two women

I really like both of them, but I always consider myself to be a monogamous man and feel that if I continue to see one, I?d be cheating on the other.

// Prince reportedly didn?t sleep for 6 days before his death

Those close to the musician have remarked on his ability to get by on very few winks.

Globe Magazine

// Curses! A foul-mouthed defense of swearing

Unleashing four-letter words can feel good (especially in Boston traffic) ? and it might even be good for you.

Boston Health Care for the Homeless will open a room where drug users can get medical help in a nonjudgmental setting.

Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

In this room, you can ride out the high without judgment

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

// Bernie Sanders suggests Elizabeth Warren would make good VP pick

Sanders was quick to invoke the name of the Mass. senator when asked about potential female running mates.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump addressed supporters earlier this month after their primary victories in New York.

ground game

Clinton, Trump likely to sweep five Tuesday primaries

The momentum after a big win in New York and potentially five states will be undeniable for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// Cruz-Kasich deal just means they will lose by less

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.