Carter was ?involuntarily intoxicated,? psychiatrist says

Michelle Carter , on trial in the death of Conrad Roy III, was ?involuntarily intoxicated?? by her psychiatric medication, a doctor said.

// Read the Facebook messages between Michelle Carter and Conrad Roy

Carter is on trial for involuntary manslaughter for allegedly cajoling Roy, 18, to kill himself in text and Facebook messages.

Outgoing General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt (left), successor John Flannery, and Jack Brennan, the lead independent director of the GE board, at a press conference on Monday.

Shirley Leung

Will GE?s new CEO really remain committed to Boston?

The selection of John Flannery to succeed Jeff Immelt bodes well for the city.

Talking POints

// The timing of GE?s leadership shakeup was unexpected

Jeffrey Immelt has become known in Boston?s business circles, and bought a home in the Back Bay last year, just before the move.

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

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

Governor Charlie Baker.

Evan Horowitz | quick story

S&P calls it: Massachusetts is headed the wrong way

The real world impact of our S&P downgrade is likely to be small. Still, it?s never a good sign.

The Trump presidency

Ground Game

// Donald Trump tweeted something that is totally true

The president was right when he said the Democrats have no message.

// 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.

// Man convicted of murdering his wife in 1995

Some 21 years after the body of a woman was found near the entrance to Tolland State Forest in Otis, Robert Honsch was convicted of the crime.

Deer knocks 80-year-old woman off motorcycle in N.H.

A deer tried to leap over an 84-year-old man and 80-year-old woman who were riding a motorcycle in New Hampshire.

You won?t believe how hot it can get in your car

Temperatures in locked vehicles can be 50 degrees hotter than the temperature outside.

See how hot it is in cities around Massachusetts this afternoon

Here?s the local temperature in cities at 2 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

Nestor Ramos

// Hot or cold, whining about the weather is a local tradition

Around here, we treat the weather like that bratty kid Goldilocks treated the porridge.

// Jerry Remy has lung cancer for a fourth time

The NESN analyst said he will have surgery after the Red Sox complete their next road trip.

Peter Abraham | Beat Writer?s Notebook

// Five realistic moves the Red Sox ought to make

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


// Trumpian ?Julius Caesar? incites thought, not violence

The play is speech, pure and simple, and should be protected.

From left to right, Dr. Steven Mendes, substance abuse counselor Shannon Mountain-Ray, and Dr. Jason Reynolds have welcomed young patients with substance use problems to Wareham Pediatrics.

Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe

Pediatricians treating opioid addicts? It?s happening in Wareham ? and working

Wareham Pediatrics provides counseling and Suboxone prescriptions in a unique project that doctors hope others will emulate.

Opinion | Elizabeth Warren

// Saving for retirement just got easier

A giant drain on Massachusetts families? retirement savings is coming to an end.

Bartender Scott Schuur poured a brew at the Sunset Grill & Tap in Allston in February 2016.


Sunset Grill in Allston may declare bankruptcy, but the beer is still flowing

Sunset Grill?s parent company is having financial problems and will reorganize. Meanwhile, the beer is still there.

Former WBZ-TV reporter and co-anchor Linda Harris in an undated photo.


New book about Boston TV includes story of sexual assault

The story is reminiscent of claims against Fox News personalities.

Despite an exhaustive internal search, the FBI has been unable to find the missing evidence in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art heist.

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.

//[1].jpg For Arbour hospitals, it?s one problem after another

Arbour Health System hospitals, which serve about 16,000 patients annually, were cited again and again in state documents reviewed by the Globe.

Confidential tips

// Have an investigative news tip?

Do you know about wrongdoing that needs to be exposed? Call the Globe Spotlight team: 617-929-7483 or

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Richard North Patterson

// Trump?s toxic war on Muslims ? at home and abroad

President Trump is reanimating our historic xenophobia in novel and dangerous ways.

Special reports

Spotlight follow-up

// Whistle-blower files suit over alleged double-booked surgeries

A former MGH anesthesiologist charges in a lawsuit that orthopedic surgeons at the hospital put patients at risk and defrauded the government.


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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.