Consumers file record 99,000 ?Do Not Call? complaints

The Massachusetts figures are part of a general national trend of rising reports from consumers who say telemarketers are violating ?Do Not Call? rules.

// Legal Sea Foods boss says no to genetically modified salmon

?I would not serve it in our restaurants,? Legal Sea Foods President Roger Berkowitz said amid the new FDA approval.

Computer woes delay child-care subsidies

About 1,600 children remain stuck on a waiting list for subsidized child care because of a faulty computer system.

// Missing Hamilton toddler found alive in Rowley

The girl, identified by State Police as Lyndon Albers, was bruised and was taken to a hospital on the North Shore for evaluation.

// Live updates from the trial of Philip Chism

Chism is accused of raping and killing his Danvers High School math teacher, Colleen Ritzer, in October 2013.

// 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.

South Bend comes to Boston

// South Bend, Mass.? A Notre Dame invasion

With the weekend?s meeting officially designated as a Notre Dame home game, Boston residents should be prepared for an influx of Fighting Irish.

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Health care industry responds as patient violence increases

Injuries caused by violence nearly doubled among nurses and nurse assistants from 2012 to 2014.

// EU promises action to stanch inflow of extremists

France and Belgium urged their EU partners to tighten gun laws, toughen border security and choke off funds to extremist groups.

// Harvard police calling marred portraits a ?hate crime?

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

Mali trooper assist a hostage, centre, to leave the scene, from the Radisson Blu hotel to safety after gunmen attacked the hotel in Bamako, Mali, Friday, Nov. 20, 2015. Islamic extremists armed with guns and throwing grenades stormed the Radisson Blu hotel in Mali's capital Friday morning, killing at least three people and initially taking numerous hostages, authorities said. (AP Photo/Harouna Traore)

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Extremist group claims responsibility for Mali hotel attack

Islamic extremists stormed the Radisson Blu hotel in Mali?s capital, killing at least three people and taking several hostages.

// Marathon bombing survivor says airline lost luggage with prosthetic parts

Adrianne Haslet-Davis says the luggage contained $250,000 worth of prosthetic leg and dance parts.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greeted guests following a rally at Des Moines Area Community College in Iowa.

Trump says he would ?absolutely? implement Muslim database

He said Muslims would be signed up at ??different places,?? adding: ??It?s all about management,? and that registering would be mandatory.

Michael A. Cohen

// Republicans race to the bottom to scapegoat Muslims

There appear to be no adults left in the GOP as politicians move to keep out Syrian and Iraqi refugees after the Paris attacks.

10/28/2015 - Brookline, MA - Boston Globe reporter Walter Robinson, cq, center, walked the red carpet during the Boston premiere of Spotlight. Actors, producers, and newspaper reporters walked the red carpet in front of the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline on Wednesday evening, October 26, 2015 for the Boston premiere of â??Spotlight,â?? the film about The Boston Globeâ??s investigation of the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal. Topic: 26film. Photo by /Boston Globe

?Spotlight? journalists didn?t foresee impact of church abuse investigation

How the world has changed in the 13 years since the Spotlight Team first revealed the Catholic Church?s coverup of clergy sexual abuse.

Gracia Lam


Remembering what Thanksgiving is all about: Gratitude

How my family?s ?thankful tree? tradition reminds us to think about how lucky we are.

Late-night MBTA riders waited in bitter cold temperatures for a train to arrive earlier this year. Late-night service is losing $14 million a year.

Shirley Leung

Can late-night MBTA service be saved?

Late-night service is expensive and impractical, yet aspiring and completely necessary.

// MBTA cancels contracts for Green Line art

Officials pulled the plug after the agency revealed that the Green Line extension could cost $1 billion more than previously estimated.

// Why Tom Stemberg was a great leader

J.B. Lyon recalls what it took to persuade Stemberg to start up Staples.

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// The real-world consequences of the cloud

There are environmental and political implications to the infinite supply of digital space.

Ground Game

Ground game

// How Trump is still on top

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.