Struggles widen at Boston health sciences school

Brant House on Huntington Avenue is where the president of MCPHS University lives. An addition will bring the total size of the house to 7,000 square feet. The school said the president?s apartment is just 1,000 square feet.

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MCPHS University is struggling to bring four of its top programs into full compliance with government regulations.

// ?It?s great to be finally free, and have my name cleared?

Prosecutors won?t retry Frederick Weichel, who was convicted of murder in 1980 and freed earlier this year.

// Climate change is dramatic, and we?re feeling it now, report says

A report by scientists at 13 federal agencies paints a dire picture of climate change, including that it is underway now, but how the Trump administration will receive it is uncertain.

// Mom says girl hit by alleged drunk driver won?t be the same

The driver was returning home from work at the time of the crash, his lawyer said Monday.

// Lawsuit alleges delay in calling 911 amid doctors? slaying

The families of two doctors who were murdered in their South Boston penthouse condo in May have filed a wrongful death lawsuit.

FILE - This Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, file photo shows Google's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Google?s new head of diversity has rejected an internal commentary from an employee who suggested women don?t get ahead in tech jobs because of biological differences. The dueling memos come as Silicon Valley grapples with accusations of sexism and discrimination and companies like Google, Facebook and Uber say they are trying to change. Google is also in the midst of a Department of Labor investigation into whether it pays women less than men. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

Google fires employee who wrote memo about women in tech jobs

Google has fired an employee who wrote an internal memo blasting the web company?s diversity policies, creating a firestorm across Silicon Valley. 

?Top Chef? host Padma Lakshmi arrived at the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse.

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?Top Chef? host was ?petrified? during encounter with Teamsters

Padma Lakshmi testified she felt she was being bullied by a group of Teamsters. ?I felt he was saying ?I might hit you,?? she said of one man.

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Programmers at work on Siacoin in an apartment in Cambridge.

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Their invention is valued at $250 million. Here?s why they?re not satisfied

For one group of twentysomethings in Cambridge, the wild interest in their product can feel more like a nine-figure distraction.

FILE - In this Oct. 28, 1992, file photo, Don Baylor is all smiles as he answers questions after being named the first manager of the Colorado Rockies baseball club, in Denver. Don Baylor, the 1979 AL MVP with the California Angels who went on to become manager of the year with the Colorado Rockies in 1995, has died. He was 68. Baylor died Monday, Aug. 7, 2017, at a hospital in Austin, Texas, his son, Don Baylor Jr., told the Austin American-Statesman.(AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)


Don Baylor was just the kind of leader the ?86 Red Sox needed

He was as valuable in the clubhouse as he was on the field for the AL champions.


// Tom Brady?s refusal to discuss concussions is hypocritical

The quarterback?s evasion of the issue raised by his wife is at odds with the so-called ?TB12 Method.?

08/07/2017 FOXBORO, MA Bill Belichick (cq) (left) speaks with Tom Coughlin (cq) during a joint Patriots practice with the Jaguars held at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

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Ben Volin | on football

For the Jaguars, the practice sideline at Gillette Stadium is a valuable classroom

The joint sessions with the Patriots provide Jacksonville a close-up look at a championship franchise.

// 9/11 victim?s remains identified nearly 16 years later

The remains of a man killed at the World Trade Center on 9/11 have been identified nearly 16 years after the attacks, medical examiners said Monday.

James Pindell | Ground Game

// Signs you?ll know Pence is considering a run against Trump in 2020

Here are a few things to watch as clues that Mike Pence might be actively running for president, and possibly even willing to challenge President Trump.

// Snake on a train! Approximately 4-foot-long snake spotted on MBTA?s Red Line

?I?ve seen some weird stuff on the train, but this is probably the weirdest for sure,? one woman said.


// For someone who never served, Donald Trump sure loves to criticize those who have

There?s no grace or humility, just non-stop bullying and hypocrisy.

// Why did those Mass. Pike lane closures end so early?

The Massachusetts Turnpike is back to its normal pace through Boston, with four lanes of traffic open in each direction. So what gives?

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// This N.H. town couldn?t ?bear? it any longer ? so they passed an ordinance

Bear complaints have plummeted since the town adopted an ordinance that allows it to fine business and residents that attract bears.


// 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.


// How Obama?s science experts are still operating in the shadows

Trump has moved slowly to staff the Office of Science and Technology Policy. Former Obama staffers are quietly trying to fill the void.