Boston Marathon bombing trial

Lingzi Lu ?loved everything? in life, aunt says

09lingzi - Lingzi Lu, BU student who died in the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. Lu is pictured here at Starbucks.

Jinyan Zhao described the life and death of her niece during the penalty phase of the Marathon bombing trial.

Jurors view footage of Tsarnaev in cell

The video showed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev make an obscene gesture on the day of his arraignment three months after he was arrested.

// Baker moves for more control over MBTA

Under the legislation, Governor Baker would choose the head of the T, as well as appoint a five-member board.

// Why did Baker want the MassDOT board out?

There?s been a long debate over how best to align the agenda of the state transit agency with the desires of the governor?s office.

// Warren, Mass. business groups at odds over trade pact

The state?s life science and tech sectors consider the deal critical, but Senator Warren wants to see more environmental and labor protections.

Google unveils Project Fi mobile-phone service

The service will let customers pay $20 a month for basic features such as talk and text, plus a flat $10 per gigabyte for data.

Facebook?s results show disappointing advertising sales

Facebook missed sales estimates in the first quarter, setting the company up for scrutiny of its increased spending.

Gracia Lam


Did Robert Durst murder Susan Berman?

An envelope saved by Berman may hold the key to the case.

// Boston 2024 enlists star-studded board of directors

Boston sports legends Larry Bird, David Ortiz, and Jo Jo White have joined a new 30-member board of directors.

//[1]-8602--90x90.jpg Who?s on the Boston 2024 board?

The list of directors includes Boston civic and sporting luminaries past and present. Get to know the members.

ORCHARD PARK, NY - OCTOBER 12: Jerod Mayo #51 of the New England Patriots is carted off the field after an injury against the Buffalo Bills during the first half at Ralph Wilson Stadium on October 12, 2014 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)


Jerod Mayo reportedly agrees to pay cut to stay with Patriots

The linebacker is coming off two straight seasons that ended due to injuries.

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will be meeting in prime time again in 2015, this time at Denver in Week 12. (File/Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

Ben Volin | On Football

16 thoughts on Patriots? schedule

The Patriots will play five night games and three national day games, and they open the NFL?s season on Thursday, Sept. 10, against the Steelers.

Toni Morrison, who turned 84 this year, will deliver six lectures at Sanders Theater next March and April called ?Baring Witness, Bearing Views.?

Toni Morrison to lecture at Harvard

Harvard University?s Mahindra Humanities Center announced that novelist Toni Morrison will deliver the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures in 2016.

// Model for Rockwell?s ?Rosie the Riveter? painting dies at 92

The painting symbolized the millions of American women who went to work on the homefront during World War II.

The proposed addition to Copley Place.

Elkus Manfredi Architects


Copley dispute shows how not to get more housing built

In a tight housing market, every new unit helps ? even units sold to 1-percenters at eye-popping prices.

// Don?t forget: The T is free this Friday

The T is offering the rides as a goodwill gesture for customers who were hampered by delays and shutdowns over the winter.

Mayor Marty Walsh marched in the St. Patrick's Day Parade with Boston City Councillor Bill Linehan.


In departure from predecessors, Walsh shares stage with council president

This doesn?t happen often in Boston politics: The mayor is sharing the spotlight with the city council president.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 19: Sentencing phase begins in Tsarnaev trial

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


Ward Sutton

// ?Mad Men? lives on in the real world

Don Draper would recognize most aspects of contemporary society.

The Big Picture

The 2015 Boston Marathon

The running of the world-class Boston Marathon filled the cold and wet streets of the city for the 119th time.