Blue laws won?t hold Amazon back in Mass.

Amazon found a way around the state?s blue laws that still bind brick-and-mortar retailers.

Mayor Martin Walsh and Michelle Cook, founder of Roxbury Rides, celebrated the new Hubway station outside the Roxbury YMCA.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

At last, Hubway arrives in some underserved communities

Hubway has opened the first of 20 new stations in Roxbury, Dorchester, and East Boston: what took it so long?

// 100 Boston police officers to wear body cameras

After no officers volunteered for the program, Commissioner Evans said he intends to randomly assign the cameras.

// Convicted killers testify dead man confessed to shooting

The two testified as part of a Frederick Weichel?s bid for freedom, buttressing his claim that he did not commit the Braintree murder 36 years ago.

Ed Ansin has owned WHDH in Boston since 1993.

Shirley Leung

Ed Ansin drops fight to keep NBC affiliation for WHDH

The billionaire said Channel 7 will launch as an independent station next year with expanded local news coverage.

Warren speaks Trump?s language, 140 keys at a time

Senator Elizabeth Warren has enjoyed some success in taking on Donald Trump on Twitter in his own vernacular.

// NBC chairman blasts Donald Trump in private Facebook post

The chairman of NBC Entertainment slammed the network?s onetime ?Apprentice? star as ?toxic? and ?demented.?

// Turkey to free 38,000 prisoners, making room for plotters

More than 17,000 people have been arrested as part of an investigation into last month?s failed coup.

Farragher - Kevin Gosnell with two sisters of the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Healing Love, was taken by Gulnara Niaz. (Handout)


Teaching lessons until the very end

Kevin Gosnell, who died of ALS last week, was a loving father and husband who offered lessons to his family until the very end.

Everett police officer allegedly assaults pregnant wife

Michael Mori of Salisbury has been placed on administrative leave without pay, the department said.

Boston, MA - 8/03/2016 - The Conservation Law Foundation is planning to sue the developer of a 22-story tower where the Whiskey Priest and Atlantic Beer Garden are located, saying that the developer is skirting important state rules for waterfront development. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Business, Reporter: Jon Chesto, Topic: 05seaport, LOID: 8.2.3843373170.

Barry Chin /Globe Staff/File

How does $55K sound for a lot on waterfront?

The developer of a $240 million luxury condo building offers $55,000 for odd-sized city lot.

// World Trade Center mall reopens, features new shops and restaurants

The reopening ? and reinvention ? of the World Trade Center mall reflects how much lower Manhattan has changed since the 9/11 attacks.

Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts, right, celebrates his three-run home run with Xander Bogaerts (2) and Andrew Benintendi (40) during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

Red Sox 5, Orioles 3

Power play: Mookie Betts?s two homers lift Red Sox

The outfielder drove in all five runs to beat the Orioles after Eduardo Rodriguez had to leave with an injury.

Full Olympics coverage

Brazil's Agatha Bednarczuk, center, celebrates a point against the United States with teammate Barbara Seixas de Freitas during a women's beach volleyball semifinal match at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press

Women?s beach volleyball

US women swept by Brazil in beach volleyball semifinals

Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross fell to the reigning champs and were eliminated.

// US men?s basketball team bracing for Argentina Wednesday

The quarterfinal game against experienced Argentina might be the stiffest test yet for the US.

Olympic notebook

// Report: Police cannot corroborate Ryan Lochte?s robbery claim

The police cannot find the taxi driver or witnesses in the alleged robbery of American swimmers.

// Barbra Streisand enchants with career-spanning show

Matching classic songs with contemporary issues, Barbra Streisand looked forward resolutely in her first Boston show in almost a decade.

The confident cook

// Roast summer tomatoes like a cook from Provence

Toasted baguette slices soak up the juice.


// Lynn, Lynn, city of unique Bent Water beer

The company?s water and concrete fermenting tanks are just two factors differentiating its products.

// Hottest year on record an ?unmistakable sign? of human impact on environment

Researchers say increased temperatures are due at least in part to the burning of fossil fuels and other human activities.

Globe investigations

Private schools, painful secrets

// The unexpected price of reporting abuse: retaliation

The Globe found 15 instances of retaliation at New England private schools against students or employees who raised concerns about sexual abuse by staffers.

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.

The Big Picture

Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates after placing first and the gold medal in the men?s 100m final race the Olympic Stadium.

Lukas Coch/EPA

Golden moments in Rio

More than halfway through the Olympics in Rio, more than 150 gold medals have been awarded. Here are some of the winners.