Files trace the betrayal of a prized partnership

The saga involving tech firm AMSC and Sinovel Wind Group opens a window on the sometimes tawdry world of economic espionage.

Rail cars were unloaded in Albany at a terminal owned by Global Partners, a Waltham firm that moves petroleum products across the country.

Tragedy unlikely to slow oil shipments via rail

With shipments of crude rising, some say the deadly accident in Quebec was inevitable, but others say trains are the only — and safest — way to move the fuel.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev faces charges in attacks today

The appearance of the Marathon bombing suspect in federal court is expected to be brief and under heavy guard.

Amherst College planned to build a science center partly in a hill, but the project was more complex than expected.

$19m later, Amherst College rethinks project

Amherst’s plan for a new science center was more complex than originally expected, and it’s now a $19 million mistake, never to be built.

Dustin Pedroia drove in three runs, two with a home run in the third inning that started the comeback.

red sox 11, mariners 8

Bullpen bails out Red Sox in Seattle

A relentless offense and stellar relief pitching led to an 11-8 Red Sox victory over the Mariners.

The CapeFlyer crosses the Cape Cod Canal on the vertical-lift Buzzards Bay Railroad Bridge.

Debee Tlumacki for the Globe/File 2013

For some, train to Cape beats the traffic jams

Ridership on the CapeFlyer weekend train service between Boston and Hyannis spiked over the July Fourth holiday period.

The records say Aaron Hernandez associate Carlos Ortiz (above) told investigators that another man, Ernest Wallace, said Hernandez shot Lloyd in an industrial park.

Documents point to Hernandez as gunman

An associate of the former Patriot said he was told Aaron Hernandez fired the shots that resulted in the death of Odin Lloyd, according to court documents.

Trial of ‘Whitey’ Bulger

// ‘Whitey’ Bulger, Kevin Weeks swap vulgarities in court

Bulger exploded in rage at his trial Tuesday, loudly trading obscenities with his former protégé who berated him from the witness stand as a “rat.”

Kevin Cullen

Bulger’s defense wins a Pyrrhic victory

Kevin Weeks lost his cool and admitted he’s a liar, but the jurors have to know that Weeks learned a lot of what he knows in this life from Whitey.



// Summer is hot. Who knew?

Mayor Menino provided tips on how to handle summer in Boston. But he missed a few things.