Spotlight follow-up

IRS agents raid Boston Cab headquarters

Boston Cab was the focus of a Globe Spotlight Team investigation that found widespread exploitation in the industry.

Daniel F. Conley raised more than $256,000 in May for his bid for mayor, increasing his sizable financial advantage.

Conley’s cash edge in Boston mayoral race growing

Daniel F. Conley raised more than $256,000 in May for his bid for mayor, increasing his sizable financial advantage.

In a familiar — and later chilling — scene, the Penguins’ Ulf Samuelsson used every force necessary against Cam Neely.

May 1991/Tom herde/globe staff

Game 1 | Bruins at Penguins, 8 p.m.

Bruins-Penguins conference finals in ’91, ’92 frozen in time

In 1991, Cam Neely took a leg check in Game 3 that changed the trajectory of the season, his career, and the franchise’s future.

Four-year-old Ryan Kelly waited for a soft-serve ice cream at Dairy Freeze in Quincy.

Quincy ice cream stand offers a taste of summer

The long lines at the Dairy Freeze can only mean one thing — the long-awaited season seems at last to have arrived.

The Mayflower II is being restored at the Fairhaven Shipyard. Some Plymouth shops  have seen a decline in business.

With wood scarce, Mayflower II is miles from Plymouth

The replica of the ship that ferried the Pilgrims is stuck in dry dock, unable to complete repairs to its hull and frame.

Jon Lester could never get comfortable against the Yankees, allowing four runs over 6‚ innings. He also walked four.

Yankees 4, Red Sox 1

Red Sox stumble as Sabathia outduels Lester

The Yankees’ CC Sabathia struck out 10 while Jon Lester allowed four runs in the loss for the Red Sox.

This week, Jonathan Papelbon became the latest former Boston sports star to feel the wrath of fans who once worshipped at his size-13 feet.

Dan Shaughnessy

Boston fans shouldn’t boo Papelbon, others

Booing some players makes perfect sense, but booing Jonathan Papelbon seems too dumb for words.

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Political Notebook

A group of college students was on hand as President Obama pressed for student loan legislation at the White House.

Obama calls for action on student loans

President Obama warned of an impending fiscal deadline: Student loan interest rates are set to double in 30 days under current law.