Jon Huntsman will withdraw tomorrow from the race for the Republican presidential nomination and will endorse Mitt Romney, according to his campaign.
‘Artist,’ ‘Descendants’ win big at Globes
The black-and-white silent film ‘‘The Artist’’ led the Golden Globes with three wins, while “The Descendants,” starring George Clooney, won for best drama.
Blame on cruise captain mounts
As the number of dead from the Costa Concordia crash rose to five, the Italian subsidiary of Carnival Cruise Lines said ‘‘significant human error’’ led to the accident.
Ravens 20, Texans 13
Ravens move into AFC title game
A fierce defense lead Baltimore to victory over the Houston Texans and sent them to the AFC title game against the Patriots.
With advancing age come problems of unsteadiness and dizziness. Researchers are looking for ways to stop the falls.
Students team up for MLK day of service
Project 351, started last year by Governor Deval Patrick, uses the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday as an occasion to gather students for a day of community service in Boston.
special section: the gardner grows
Confessions of a former Gardner Museum night guard
He worked mostly at night, alone with masterpieces and nothing but a flashlight as a source of illumination.
Inside The Boston Globe
the gardner grows
Gardner Museum artists get room with a view
New, modern apartments allow artists-in-residence to spend quality time at the museum.
Absenteeism rife at Boston high schools
More than a third of the students in the city's public high schools were chronically absent last year, even as the city undertook additional efforts to lure students to school.
Candidates’ attacks on Obama border on dangerous territory
Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, and Newt Gingrich are not just disputing President Obama’s policies but his belief in the country, its Constitution, and its founding principles, writes Glen Johnson.
ON THE HOT SEAT
Running an airline is about the people and the food
Quincy native Chris Rossi is senior vice president of Virgin Atlantic’s North American operations, overseeing the carrier’s 11 destinations in North America.
One of Bernie Fine’s accusers says he lied
A prison inmate who accused the former Syracuse University assistant basketball coach of abusing him as a child admitted that he made up his claim.
The doctor prescribes clean air
Dr. Megan Sandel, an associate professor of pediatrics and public health at Boston Medical Center, is an expert on asthma and air pollution.
“At this point, I’d be happy to pay whalers to do the right thing, and I am sure that I’m not alone.”Gareth Cook