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Marathon bombings

Suspect’s lawyers seek photos of his injuries

Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev want to show his “evolving mental and physical state.”

Crash on Route 128 in Dedham snarls traffic

A tractor-trailer, dump truck, and three cars were involved in an accident that paralyzed the southbound highway.

Man freed in Dookhan case charged in Brockton murder

A man who was free because his drug dealing conviction had been tossed out following the state drug lab scandal pleaded not guilty to a fatal shooting on Tuesday.

// Gronkowski may need back surgery, according to reports

A problem was detected in one of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s disks and may require surgery, USA Today reported.

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"The Hermit in the Garden" by Gordon Campbell

Exclusive Sunday Preview | Ideas

Garden hermit needed. Apply within.

British historian Gordon Campbell talks about perhaps the strangest landscaping trend of all time.

Surina Phelan, 3, of Cambridge tried her might on the “Power Launch” during the 100th anniversary of the Boston Children’s Museum.

Photo gallery

Globe photos of the week

A Cambridge girl tested her might at Boston Children’s Museum, dandelions bloomed on Castle Island, and more of the week’s best images.

Exclusive Sunday Magazine preview | Summer Travel

The best summer food in N.E.

From fried fish sandwiches to lobster rolls, from blueberry pie to ice cream, the Globe magazine highlight the must-try options in the region.

Quincy resident Jennifer Azevedo-Andre photographed one of the planes.

Opinion | Lawrence Harmon

FBI too quiet on Quincy planes

Withholding basic information is unfair to Quincy residents who have expressed numerous concerns about the constant buzzing of aircraft overhead.

A customer purchased a Powerball ticket at a store in Decatur, Ga.

Powerball jackpot hits new record: $600 million

The astronomical odds for the prize — one in 175,000,000 — are not scaring away buyers.

More coverage of the bombings

The Boston Marathon Wounded

Alvaro Galvis said he was drawn by his wife Martha’s raven-haired beauty and her down-to-earth warmth. The Nashua couple met in 1974.

Through pain, injured N.H. couple seeks joy

Despite injuries sustained at the Boston Marathon, Alvaro and Martha Galvis are concentrating on happier moments of their lives together.


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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s front-end crash test found that the 2014 Subaru Forester withstood the impact the best of the 13 vehicles assessed.

Only 2 of 13 small SUVs do well in crash tests

Subaru’s 2014 Forester was the only vehicle to get the top ‘‘good’’ rating in the results released Thursday.