Jeff Immelt ends 16-year tenure as CEO of General Electric

General Electric chairman and chief executive Jeff Immelt, shown after the groundbreaking for the company?s new headquarters in Fort Point, is stepping down.

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The industrial giant?s leader, who moved the company?s headquarters to Boston, will be succeeded by John Flannery on Aug. 1.

// Jeff Immelt leaving his legacy on the Boston skyline

It was prodding from Jeff Immelt that led General Electric to build a new headquarters in Fort Point.

// Meet John Flannery, GE?s new chief executive

Flannery has been with the Boston-based company for 30 years.

// Possible DNA evidence in Gardner thefts vanishes

Duct tape and handcuffs used in the heist ? evidence that might, even 27 years later, retain traces of DNA ? have vanished.

Between dips in the cool water below, Grace Papp relaxed in her hammock on the supports of the footbridge across Lobster Cove in the Annisquam neighborhood of Gloucester on Sunday.

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A second heat wave already?

Today?s temperatures will easily reach the 90s, with a high likelihood of eclipsing Sunday?s temperatures by 2 to 3 degrees.

// Here?s how to recognize the symptoms of a heat-related illness

An MGH doctor gave us a run-down on the symptoms, treatment, and prevention of heat-related illnesses, including heat stroke.

// Boston was one of the hottest places in the country this morning

If you?re looking to cool off today, you might want to head to Los Angeles.

// Bill Belichick got a chance to show off all the rings. We think he enjoyed it.

A photo showing Belichick with a bunch of Super Bowl rings, among others, was posted online Sunday.

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// Five realistic moves the Red Sox ought to make

It starts with releasing Pablo Sandoval, an expensive solution to a major mistake.

// John Oliver on James Comey?s testimony: ?Trump?s lies are never plain and simple?

The late-night host reveled in the former FBI director?s appearance last week before a Senate panel.

// How a backpack of socket adapters caused a massive security incident

A passenger?s suspicions led to an emergency landing, passengers arrested, an airport shut down, and luggage blown up by a bomb squad.

The Trump presidency

Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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Jeff Sessions asks that his Senate testimony be public

Attorney General Sessions has asked that his testimony to the Senate intelligence committee be open to the public.

// Ivanka Trump says she didn?t expect ?viciousness? in D.C.

Ivanka Trump said in a Fox interview that political life still surprises her and that ??there is a level of viciousness I was not expecting.??

// State lawmakers to vote on pot law rewrite this week

Behind closed doors, lawmakers are tinkering with a ballot question passed by more than 1.8 million voters in November.

Defendant Michelle Carter listened to testimony last week.

Michelle Carter?s SSRI hobbled her empathy, psychiatrist says

The medication impairs a teenager?s ability to be empathetic, to love another person, to be wise, and to make a good decision, the psychiatrist testified.

// Mother of Sandy Hook victim slams Megyn Kelly for giving platform to conspiracy theorist

Nelba Marquez-Greene?s daughter, Ana, was six years old when she was shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

// A ?purple, little tiny bruise? turned out to be a big deal

A 5-year-old Mendon girl is recovering after a black widow spider bit her leg.

Gun found inside South Boston elementary school

Boston police have increased their presence at the school following the recovery of a weapon inside the James F. Condon elementary school after a shooting in the neighborhood.

// Investigator testifies about discovery of Bella Bond?s body

Bella Bond?s remains were found in a plastic bag that had washed up on the shore of Deer Island in 2015.

// With Wynn?s casino rising nearby, city has plans for Sullivan Square

One of Boston?s busiest intersections, legendary for its chaotic traffic patterns, is getting a makeover.

// Could this old track provide a new way to get to the Seaport?

The T will again use what?s known as Track 61, but without any plans to add passenger service into the now-bustling Seaport.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// CRISPR pioneer envisions world of woolly mammoths, unicorns

In her new book, biochemist Jennifer Doudna says this world is possible as CRISPR ?allows us to bend nature to our will.?

Real Estate

An exclusive sneak peek at the South End Garden Tour

The Trustees of Reservations will hold its 24th annual South End Garden Tour on Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Artists will be painting in the gardens this year and will sell their works at the reception after the tour.