For Jared Remy, leniency was the rule until one lethal night

The trail of alleged victims runs back to his teen years. So does the line of judges who somehow saw fit, time and again, to give him one more chance.

Interactive timeline

Jared Remy’s troubled past

Public records reveal accounts that Remy terrorized five different girlfriends, and that courts repeatedly let him off with little more than probation.

Yvonne Abraham

// Jared Remy and the cycle of violence

Jared Remy wasn’t worthy of one chance, let alone the countless breaks his victims, parents and judges gave him.

Bruins 4, Coyotes 2

// Bruins extend win streak to 12 games

The Bruins rallied from a 2-1 deficit, their first shortfall in seven games, to capture another victory.

Abigail Johnson was named Fidelity’s president in 2012. She faces fierce competition and increasing regulation.

Next generation, new challenges at Fidelity

Abigail Johnson will oversee a company that is far different than the one her 83-year-old father took over in 1972.

Elisabeth Worthing coordinates the volunteers for the Boston Marathon.

In a marathon for the ages, a rush of volunteers

Spurred by a sense of solidarity and resolve, legions of runners, volunteers, and spectators have felt drawn to take part in this year’s Marathon.

Former congressman Bill Delahunt is a lobbyist.

Delahunt capitalizes on the private sector

William Delahunt’s conversion from silver-haired statesman to savvy dealmaker has occurred right before his constituents’ eyes.

// O’Malley named to antiabuse panel

The Boston cardinal was one of eight people added to the commission by Pope Francis.


opinion | Barry Werth

// Cure for some could cost us all

Tailored medications risk unintended financial consequences.


Sunday Morning

People of Oslo gravitate to the beach at Tjuvholmen on the Oslo fjord.

Sun-bathed Oslo

In summer, the Norwegian capital basks in about 21 hours of sunlight daily and residents seem to enjoy every one.