Man charged with obstructing bombing probe

Khairullozhon Matanov, a friend of suspected Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was taken away in handcuffs after a brief court hearing.

Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis spoke after a workout on Friday.

Darrelle Revis impressed by Patriots

The cornerback, speaking for the first time in Patriots colors, credits Robert Kraft for creating a winning atmosphere.

As a member of Martin Walsh’s transition team, George Perry Jr. (seated in white shirt) attended a town hall meeting on education at Boston English High School in December.

Walsh’s top education adviser resigns

The resignation of George Perry Jr. marks the second significant departure from Mayor Walsh’s administration in a week.

Innovation Economy

// Two big Boston startups prepare to go public

Wayfair’s focus is on home decor while Hubspot helps businesses attract customers, but they’ve got a lot in common.

Connie Chan and Ira Jackson, associate dean and dean of McCormack Graduate School at UMass Boston, presented William O'Donnell and his guide dog Marshall with diplomas during the 2014 commencement.

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

Honors for UMass Boston graduate and his dog

William O’Donnell, who was born blind, received his master’s degree in public affairs today.

// New $30 scratch ticket nets $90m in sales so far

In just over a month since the state’s most expensive scratch ticket was released, nearly 3 million have been sold.

// Eric Shinseki resigns amid VA health care troubles

President Obama said he accepted the Veterans Affairs secretary’s resignation with “considerable regret.”


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Were you paying attention this week? Test your knowledge of world events, weather service warnings, and strange new cars.


Movie Review

// Seth MacFarlane aims low in ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’

MacFarlane tries and fails to be the Bob Hope and/or Mel Brooks of his generation.