Clinton charity never provided foreign donor data

An ethics promise that helped Hillary Clinton win confirmation as secretary of state in 2009 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.

// Demonstrators demand justice in Baltimore

More than 500 peacefully marched through Boston on Wednesday to show solidarity with those protesting the death of Freddie Gray.

// Baltimore officials call for calm, unity

An edgy peace held sway as the mayor and police sought to lower expectations that residents would soon learn details about how Gray died.

Boston Marathon bombing trial

// Lawyer for Tamerlan Tsarnaev?s widow fears charges

An attorney for Katherine Russell Tsarnaeva said she may still be the focus of a probe into whether she knew about of the plot.

Yvonne Abraham

// Dzhokhar Tsarnaev rejected the promise on campus

You get the sense that UMass Dartmouth might be on the edge of something great, and Tsarnaev could have been part of that.


// The boy who morphed into a terrorist and a murderer

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

// ?I really miss the person that I knew,? Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?s friend says

?He was a good friend,? said Alexa Guevara, who was in tears on the witness stand.

// 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 at the new University Crossing building.

Suffolk, UMass eye Martin Meehan for presidency

Meehan, the former congressman, is currently chancellor at his alma mater, UMass Lowell.

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.

Players and the gallery are shown on The Country Club?s 18th hole during the US Amateur in 2013.

Golf?s US Open could return to storied Brookline course

A formal agreement must be reached by Oct. 31 in order for The Country Club to host its first Open since 1988.

It?s rare to form a company around one building and sell stock, but that?s the plan for State Street?s home.

Want to buy into a high-rise? Here?s your chance

A New York investment group has filed an initial public offering on a building: State Street Corp.?s downtown headquarters.

The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

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.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in 2007.

Paul Sakuma/Associated Press/File

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.

Bill Belichick has traded up in the draft 17 times ? and down 17 times.


First-round pick could suit trade-happy Patriots just fine

The NFL?s current collective bargaining agreement allows teams to hold onto a player drafted in the first round for an extra season.

// Developers, city hope tiny apartments will keep families in Boston

Firms who experimented with micro apartments here are trying the same concept with two- and even three-bedroom homes.

White dress, Kohl?s

9 trends to welcome the return of spring

Perhaps spring fashions have seemed a little indulgent in the past. Not this year. We?ve earned them.

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.