Hernandez associate returning to Mass.

A Florida man waived his right to contest extradition, and is expected to be arraigned this week in connection with the death of Odin Lloyd.

Storms flood roads, prompt tornado warnings

A parade of strong thunderstorms rumbled northeast through the state, dropping torrential rain in some areas.

A policeman held up a poster against Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi during an anti-government demonstration on Monday

Egypt’s military tells Morsi to meet ‘people’s demands’

The military gave a 48-hour ultimatum for President Mohammed Morsi and opponents to reach an agreement, raising the likelihood it would insist on Morsi’s departure.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

Putin says Snowden must stop leaking secrets

Russian President Vladimir Putin said NSA leaker Edward Snowden will have to stop if he wants asylum in the country.

Johnny Depp (left) as Tonto and Armie Hammer as the title character in “The Lone Ranger.”

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Movie Review

Who was that masked man? Who cares.

“The Lone Ranger” is like watching an elephant tap dance: Everything gets trampled and the dancing’s not very good.

Julius Anaya and other Harvard Kent School fourth-graders attended World Ocean School aboard the Roseway.

Students learn sailing, navigation aboard ship

The crew aboard the historic Roseway will teach high-risk and disabled students.

Colton Iverson (left) and Kelly Olynyk will both play in the NBA summer league for the Celtics in Orlando, Fla.

Kelly Olynyk and Colton Iverson join Celtics

The Celtics rectify their size issues with 7-foot draft picks: Olynyk from Gonzaga and Iverson from Colorado State.

Trial of ‘Whitey’ Bulger

Ex-FBI agent apologizes to family of alleged Bulger victim

John Morris grew emotional as he apologized for what could have been his “indirect” role in the killing of Michael Donahue in 1982.



//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/07/01/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/james_carroll_150px-1207.png Our halting progress toward justice

The Constitution pursues not perfection, which is impossible, but the “more perfect,” which always beckons.