Most prescribers haven?t registered to use drug system

Most state health care providers haven?t registered to use on online drug-tracking program aimed at curbing opioid abuse.

//[1] Whitey Bulger asks US Supreme Court to hear his case

Bulger was convicted of participating in 11 murders, a verdict that was already upheld by the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

A rendering of the penthouse on the 60th floor of the Millennium Tower.

Handel Architects

Here?s how much the Millennium Tower penthouse cost

Jonathan Grayken renounced his US citizenship for tax purposes, so it?s unclear how many nights a year he can legally stay there.

Dighton man accused of driving 119 mph in N.H.

The 22-year-old man was traveling on Interstate 93 and faces charges of reckless driving and possession of a controlled drug.


// Milwaukee?s invisible racial cage

I?ve had a bad feeling for a quarter century about my hometown of Milwaukee.

SJC to ponder dismissal of Dookhan cases

The state?s highest court will hear arguments that more than 24,000 convictions tainted by disgraced chemist Annie Dookhan should be dismissed.

// Was inmate on furlough at time of 1980 murder?

A dispute broke out between lawyers for Frederick Weichel and prosecutors over whether a now-deceased inmate was out on furlough at the time of the murder.

//[1]-11541.jpg How much does this ex-mob boss love the Patriots?

Francis ?Cadillac Frank? Salemme attended several Patriots Fan Club events while living in Georgia as part of the witness protection program.

Two men held on aggravated rape charges in Haverhill

The two men are being held without bail on allegations that they raped a woman after driving her to a park from a convenience store, officials said.

Bicyclist is seriously hurt when he is struck by truck in Waltham

The bicyclist suffered serious injuries to his legs and head when he was struck this morning, police said.

// Pilots steer clear: Obamas? Vineyard stay means you can?t fly here

A plane was intercepted after flying into restricted airspace near Martha?s Vineyard, where President Obama and his family are vacationing.

Senator John McCain, while running for president in August 2008, told a reporter he could not recall how many houses he owned. Democratic rival Barack Obama used the moment to brand the Arizona senator as out of touch with everyday Americans.

Charles Dharapak/Associated Press/File/2008

It?s a bad time for candidates to forget they own eight houses

Late summer is when unflattering narratives about presidential candidates often set in and can?t be shaken.

Michael A. Cohen

// Trump pivots toward unleashing his id

If you thought 2016 has been the nastiest campaign you?ve ever seen, just wait. It?s about to get worse.

Dan Wasserman

// Editorial cartoon: Trump?s new campaign team

Donald Trump?s staff is new, yet familiar in some ways.

Perspective | Globe Magazine

// I?m 36 and not on Facebook. You probably shouldn?t be either.

I don?t claim to be above technology, but social media takes away more than it gives.


// No more tears: Durgin-Park still open

During her TD Garden concert Tuesday night, Barbra Streisand said one thing about Durgin-Park that really caught people?s attention.

Full Olympics coverage

// Rio judge casts doubt on swimmers? robbery claim

A Brazilian judge ordered the passports of Ryan Lochte and a teammate to be seized as authorities investigate their claim that they were robbed.

Vera Caslavska, of Czechoslovakia waves acknowledgment after winning her gold medal in the long-horse vault gymnastics event at 1964 Tokyo Olympics October 22, 1964. Larissa Latynina, of USSR, center, stands with Birgit Radochia, of Germany. Latynina and Rodochia tied for second place. (AP Photo)

Photos from Associated Press


The Summer Olympics, now and then

For perspective, here are photos from 11 events from past Olympics compared to what those same events look like in Rio.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Your Mass. paychecks aren?t just big, they stretch

Are we really better off, or does the high cost of living erode all the benefit of our nation-leading wages?

Movie Review

// ?War Dogs? enters a different kind of Green Zone

Jonah Hill leads the way as ?The Hangover? meets the military-industrial complex.


// Toucher & Rich celebrate their 10th anniversary

The hosts of the morning show on 98.5 The Sports Hub marked the milestone Tuesday night before a sold-out crowd at the Wilbur Theatre.

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.