Racial bias alleged in Google’s ad results

A research project concludes that searches of names more likely associated with black people often yielded ads for a criminal records search in that person’s name.

John Lackey said he had no regrets about coming to Boston and vowed to change the narrative.


After bruising years, John Lackey ready to take mound

The Red Sox pitcher said he had no regrets about coming to Boston and vowed to change the narrative.

Rob Gronkowski needs to get his head on straight when it comes to the nightlife and endangering his well-being.

Christopher L. Gasper

Rob Gronkowski’s antics are growing old

There are two things that can stop the Patriots star: injuries and himself. They crashed together on the floor of a Las Vegas nightclub this week.

Judge Raymond Dougan said to face new inquiry

The judge’s acceptance of at least $85,000 in free legal services from the law firm that defended him during a bias inves­tigation is reportedly being scrutinized.

J. Chris Romero, director of operations at Albuquerque’s R. Greenleaf Organics, inspected bud development.

Pat Vasquez-Cunningham for The Globe

New Mexico marijuana program a guide for Mass.

Industry watchers say New Mexico, with one of the country’s strictest medical marijuana programs, provides a model for Massachusetts.

State Representative Dan Winslow talked with bank officials last March during a meeting at the Wrentham Co-operative Bank.


Finally, Mass. GOP has some likely candidates

Kudos to Dan Winslow and Gabriel Gomez, the two Republicans in this state willing to join the race for US Senate. Apparently willing, anyway.

British officials have high hopes for the Silicon Roundabout and the nearby former Olympic Park as a home to a new technology center.

London’s tech hub looks to capture ‘MIT magic’

British officials are studying the success of Kendall Square and the influence of MIT as they try to turn London into a global technology center.

The girlfriend of Aaron Swartz blamed US Attorney Carmen Ortiz of Massachusetts for his decision to take his life.

Activist Aaron Swartz’s suicide echoes in Congress

Family members urged passage of legislation that would soften some Internet laws and a House committee is investigating whether his prosecution went too far.