Stephen Pasceri spent more than an hour at Brigham and Women?s Hospital on Jan. 20 before fatally shooting Dr. Michael Davidson.

Suffolk Country District Attorney's Office

Fury entered here

The killer of Dr. Michael Davidson, a beloved Brigham surgeon, seemed like an ordinary man who snapped. A deeper look provides a much darker picture. By Evan Allen

Sean and Sheila Corrigan with children Jessica, 4, Michael, 10, and Matthew, 6.

Kevin Cullen

Keeping an immigrant family?s dream alive

Sean Corrigan had a dream, an American dream, and it was for his kids more than him.

With March comes return of ubiquitous charity galas

About 500 nonprofit fund-raising galas are held here each year, and attending them is the corporate community?s cross to bear.

John Calipari was stripped of Final Four appearances with both UMass and Memphis because of NCAA violations.


UMass making big mistake with John Calipari honor

The Kentucky coach stretches the rules and wins, but also brought disgrace to Massachusetts?s state school.

Delays and cancellations have left commuters at North Station with long waits this winter.

Sean Proctor/Globe Staff/File

Fixing the MBTA

Management specialists offer ideas to improve system

How do you put the T back on track (and maybe on time)?

Starts & Stops

Commuters get their turn to pose questions to Keolis

Commuters shared what they would ask officials from the company that runs the commuter rail if they had the chance.

Yvonne Abraham

Walsh, Boston 2024 too close for comfort

Mayor Walsh was initially skeptical about a Boston Olympics, promising to protect the city?s interests. Now he?s their gung-ho booster in chief.

Kevin Mulligan, soon to be ordained, has never looked back after deciding to become a priest.


Former sportswriter Kevin Mulligan had higher calling

?I didn?t know happiness until I got? to the seminary, said Mulligan, awaiting his May 16 ordination.

Civil rights fight looms on charter schools cap

The highly charged charter school debate, waged for years in the Legislature, could soon become a constitutional court fight.

Marathon bombing survivors Heather Abbott (left) and Karen Rand McWatters, with hus-band Kevin McWatters, exited court together Wednesday after the trial?s first session.

John Blanding/Globe Staff

Bombing survivor finds release in courtroom visit

Heather Abbott was braced for anger when she saw Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in court, but no anger came.

More charges expected against former dean

Officers found guns and drugs while searching the home of Rev. Shaun Harrison, who is accused of shooting a student selling marijuana for him.

Passengers, including Natasha Dennis (left) and Manny Montero, found ways to pass the time during the ride from Boston to Alabama.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Ride from Boston to Selma fueled by legacy

A local group embarked on a journey similar to one made by an earlier generation fighting Jim Crow laws.

// Warming trend continuing through the week

Temperatures will only reach into the 30s Sunday, but by Tuesday and Wednesday they should be in the 40s, according to forecasts.

// Police keep Amherst?s Blarney Blowout contained

Officers made only six arrests, down from 55 last year.

// Brianna Wu makes stand at PAX East

The Arlington video game developer, who received threats from a shadowy movement, safely kept her vow to appear at the convention.

John L. Allen Jr. | all things catholic

Pope certain a miracle changed him

Plus: the Pope and the movements, and remembering Cardinal Egan.

Marathon trial podcast

// Day 2: Icons of the bombing take the stand

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.


Stephen Kurkjian

// Boston?s lost art

Thieves stole the Gardner paintings 25 years ago; the city?s leaders could help get them back.

The Big Picture

Adnan Abidi/Reuters

Holi Celebrations 2015

Holi is a festival that marks events in Hindu mythology and provides photographers with a colorful visual feast.