Romney rules, but Paul backers still take delegate seats

Last month 18 of the 27 Massachusetts delegates Mitt Romney won on Super Tuesday were defeated by Ron Paul supporters in regional caucuses.

Coakley joins e-book price-fixing suit against Apple

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is joining counterparts in 32 other states in a suit against the technology giant.

Former New England mob boss gets more than 5 years in prison

Luigi “Louie” Manocchio, 84, has been sentenced in federal court for extorting protection payments from strip clubs.

Market decline muted despite JPMorgan loss

JPMorgan’s $2 billion trading loss prompted a sell-off in financial stocks Friday, with smaller declines across the broader market.

Benji Barnett, 5, got a close look at a painted lady butterfly Wednesday from assistant teacher Livi Rubin at the Jewish Preschool of Lexington.

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Globe photos of the week

The best photos taken this week by Globe staff photographers, as chosen by the Globe’s photo desk.

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// Maurice Sendak: No backstory required

In the wake of the great author’s death last week at age 83, here’s a look at what he got right about children.

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// Waterfront A11.jpg The Boston waterfront has arrived

It feels like the newest, coolest, and most vibrant part of the city, pulsating with activity, suddenly crammed with tourists — and even longtime Boston residents.

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// Liberty Mutual CEO’s $4.5 million office makeover

The insurer spent $3,370 per square foot to renovate the office of its new chief executive, making it perhaps the most valuable real estate in Boston.


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Ray Allen played Thursday, but is uncertain if he can go again on Saturday.

Celtics’ injuries still a concern

Paul Pierce (knee) says he’ll play in Saturday’s Game 1 against Philadelphia. But Ray Allen (ankle) is likely a game-day call.


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Johnny Depp as Barnabas Collins in

‘Dark Shadows’ a bloody good time

In this big-screen revamp of the late-’60s Gothic soap opera, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp recapture the show’s doomy vibe with blissful comic precision.