Prime Minister Theresa May called for tougher measures to fight Islamic extremism after attackers killed at least seven people and wounded 48.
The British prime minister said extremism has been tolerated for too long. ?Enough is enough,? she said.
?We must stop being politically correct,? Trump also tweeted.
Former secretary of state John Kerry said Britons will need to ask whether tolerance of extremism has gone on for too long.
Officials remained on the scene Sunday morning as the investigation continued.
Best Buddies did itself no favors by denying access to Tom Brady?s charity event.
With the security of an NHL head coaching job, he can live close to Boston as he plots his strategies.
Ty Burr | Commentary
As the racist relics of the American South come slowly down, we should cast a critical eye on our monuments.
Ideas | Amy Crawford
Americans don?t like to disclose their salaries, but transparency is the answer to pay disparities.
The most remarkable part of WGBH?s ascent is that it largely spared its chief rival, steadily building a base without damaging WBUR.
Robert Mueller has taken over a separate probe involving former Trump campaign official Paul Manafort.
It?s customary for former presidents to not criticize the current office-holder, but President Obama is casting tradition aside.
Critics say the Pentagon?s plan for an air-launched nuclear cruise missile makes the unimaginable more likely.
Perhaps a new superintendent will be more humane in the case of Keegan Concannon.
?I?ve always been compelled by things that make you slow down and pay attention to Mother Nature?s schedule rather than your own,? the former governor said.
George Hodges was defeated in Saturday?s election by an incumbent and a Muslim-American woman.
It was a ?dry run? for extended lane closures later this summer near the Commonwealth Avenue bridge.
The HBO host used the slur during an interview on his show, ??Real Time.?
IDEAS | Jim Kozubek
We?re betting that we can engineer our way out of problems through biochemical transformations. But what if we can?t?
Former House assistant majority leader Garrett Bradley had a pattern of taking actions that advanced his business and personal interests.
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In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.
If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.
Nike funded a study to learn whether compression tights (like those it sells) help runners go farther, faster. Turns out, they don?t.
The lefthander shined in his second start, allowing just three hits in seven-plus innings.
Charlene Holmes, 16, was shot when she was out walking with her sister on a June evening.
The family-owned drugstore has closed after 146 years, but fond memories linger.
There will be a mix of residences, ranging from one- to four-bedroom units, all of which have water views and private outdoor space.
Several hundred people attended Saturday?s rally and march on Boston Common.
On the eve of the Arab-Israeli war, 50 years ago this week, Israeli officials raced to assemble an atomic device.
Sheppard, senior director for adult education programs at Quincy Asian Resources Inc., founded the online English school Ginseng.
The comedian said he was surprised his comment about Boston being ?the most racist city I?ve ever been to? caused so much commotion.
Arts groups and music promoters throughout the Bay Area have lined up more than 60 exhibitions, performances, and festivals.
?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.
The Big Picture
Here?s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers in May.