Boston Marathon bombing trial

Lawyer for Tsarnaev?s widow fears charges

An attorney for Katherine Russell Tsarnaeva said she may still be the focus of an investigation into whether she had knowledge of the plot.

Public Defender Office

Former friend of Tsarnaev says he was ?approachable?

Alexa Guevara was in tears on the witness stand in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?s trial ?because I really miss the person I knew.?


// The boy who wasn?t there

Teachers and wistful friends spoke about Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, but the person they remember is no longer there.

A young cousin of Sean Collier pointed to his memorial at MIT.

MIT dedicates monument to Sean Collier

The massive granite structure is a monument to the fallen officer?s dedication to the school that he served.

Clinton charity never provided donor data

An ethics promise that helped Hillary Clinton win confirmation as secretary of state was disregarded by the biggest of the charities involved.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Unpacking the latest Clinton scandal

Hillary Clinton is embroiled in a scandal involving the relationship between the Clinton Foundation and her work as secretary of state.

Beer distributor charged in ?pay-to-play? probe

State authorities said a distributor violated a rule against inducements for retailers to stock its products over those of competitors.

Martin Meehan, center, chancellor of UMass Lowell, spoke with students, Miguel Guillen, left, and Jamil Jean-Jacques, right, at the new University Crossing building.

Two universities pursuing Meehan for top post

Suffolk University and the University of Massachusetts are eyeing Martin Meehan, the current leader of UMass Lowell, to be their next president.

// Baker halts $1b convention center expansion

The administration cited concerns that its economic impact has been overstated and replaced seven members at the Convention Center Authority.

Demonstration in Boston is peaceful

About 500 protesters marched from Roxbury, and police closed streets and had arrested no one as of 9 p.m.

Protesters marched in Baltimore on Wednesday.

Updates: Baltimore sees another day of protests

Protesters were on the streets again in Baltimore ahead of a second night with a 10 p.m. curfew.

Boston-04/29/15- Boston Red Sox vs Toronto Blue Jays- Sox center fielder Mookie Betts makes a great over the shoulder catch on a 3rd inning long fly ball hit by Toronto's Devon Travis. He manages to keep the ball in the web of the glove despite hitting the wall. Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki (sports)

Red Sox 4, Blue Jays 1

Red Sox defeat Blue Jays behind solid Rick Porcello start

Porcello gave up just one run on two hits in seven innings in a strong outing.

// Orioles take baseball?s low attendance record from Worcester

The long-defunct Worcester Worcesters franchise for 133 years held the title for lowest paid attendance in a major league game.

The Orioles and Chicago White Sox played because it was the best time to fill out the schedule for both teams.

Patrick Semansky/AP

The Orioles and White Sox played in an empty stadium Wednesday.

A bar sat empty bar at the Orioles-White Sox game.


A bar sat empty at the Orioles-White Sox game.

It?s believed to be the first held behind closed doors in the 145-year history of the major leagues.


It?s believed to be the first held behind closed doors in the 145-year history of the major leagues.

Fans watched through a fence outside Camden Yards on Wednesday.

Matt Rourke/AP

Fans watched through a fence outside Camden Yards on Wednesday.


Orioles defeat White Sox in rare game without fans

Baltimore won one of the strangest games in baseball history, 8-2, in a crisp 2 hours and 3 minutes.

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

// 20 years later, what?s next for the Internet?

Probably no other technology has caught on so fast, built so many new businesses, or demolished so many old ones.

Perspective | Magazine

What?s so bad about free-range parenting?

Looking at the controversy over child supervision ? or lack of it.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 24: Friends, classmates, teachers recall Dzhokar Tsarnaev

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


Mike Ross

// Police body cameras won?t bring harmony

The money for such equipment could be used instead fixing the underlying problems that foment outrage in places.

The Big Picture

Drew Angerer

The Big Picture

Unrest in Baltimore

Violence filled the streets of Baltimore on Monday following the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died from injuries suffered while in police custody.