Sharon teenager killed in attack in Israel

A local 18-year-old was among three people killed Thursday in a shooting in the West Bank, according to the Israeli consulate.

Philip Chism adjusted his glasses while in Salem Superior Court on Thursday.

Student recalls slain teacher as ?great person? during Chism trial

Autumn Ciani was the final witness in a day of testimony that captured Ritzer?s gifts as an educator and the horror of her death.

Harvard police are investigating after students at the law school discovered someone put strips of black tape over images of black professors.

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Tape found on portraits of black Harvard law professors

School police are investigating an incident where strips of black tape appeared to be placed on the faces in the portraits.

House votes to tighten restrictions on refugees

The number of votes exceeded the two-thirds majority required to override a veto, which President Obama vowed to do.

// Alleged Paris mastermind believed behind foiled plots

Belgian jihadi Abdelhamid Abaaoud was killed in Wednesday?s raids in France, authorities said.

People ride the world?s longest escalator system, a series of covered moving walkways in Hong Kong stretching 2,624 feet.

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Planned Logan moving walkway could break world record

Logan Airport is planning to build a pedestrian connection that would span more than a half mile.

Police violated rights of two drunk concertgoers at Gillette

The federal jury determined that the plaintiffs had been unlawfully placed under protective custody by Foxborough police.

Suspect in Worcester armory theft arrested in N.Y.

A man facing child rape charges in Middlesex County is in custody for breaking into the armory and stealing 16 weapons.

// Group shows support for Bulger girlfriend outside federal court

A handful of Catherine Greig supporters ? including her friends and sister ? held signs, including one that read, ?Free Cathy.??

Notre Dame fan Kevin Heniff tries on a Boston-themed Notre Dame shirt as he shops in a Notre Dame pop-up store at the Marriott Hotel in Boston on Nov. 19.

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Notre Dame faithful to take over Boston

With the weekend?s meeting officially designated as a Notre Dame home game, Boston residents should be prepared for an influx of blue-, green-, and gold-clad visitors.


// Boston is the spot for college football on Saturday

It should be a playoff atmosphere at Fenway Park with Notre Dame vying for a final four spot in the playoffs.

// Kimball to continue as host of ?America?s Test Kitchen? radio show

Christopher Kimball, whose departure from ATK was announced this week, launched the radio show in 2012.

Christopher Muther

// It?s time to banish carry-on luggage

It?s undeniable that the baggage scramble needs a resolution that doesn?t involve more panic and anxiety.

// Ex-Subway pitchman gets more than 15 years in prison

Jared Fogle was sentenced for trading in child pornography and having sex with underage prostitutes.

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Walsh to endorse Clinton in presidential race

The mayor of Boston, Martin J. Walsh, will announce his support for Hillary Clinton at a rally later this month.

Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan talks to reporters after an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Bills won 22-17. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Rex Ryan interview with Patriots media goes south in a hurry

The Bills coach appeared to be unhappy with a question about his record against the Patriots.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Why is the job market headed in the wrong direction?

Since May, there?s been a sharp collapse in the number of people with jobs.

// Charlie Sheen?s HIV diagnosis was discussed in a 2014 Sony hack e-mail

The e-mail indicates that Sheen?s HIV diagnosis was no secret to some in the entertainment industry.

// Mass. AG proposes age limit for daily fantasy sports

Under Maura Healey?s proposal, users would have to be at least 21 and cannot be pro athletes or their agents and employees.

Ground Game

Ground game

// Why Donald Trump is still here (and winning GOP polls)

A perfect storm of a political climate and a crowded field have made Trump?s campaign stay at the top of the polls.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at the high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ?Spotlight?

?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

Terrorism attacks in Paris

France called for three days of national mourning following Friday?s attacks.