Newton considers later high school start times

The effort is part of a growing movement to reduce student stress and improve health.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg attends a meeting during the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) at Le Bourget, near Paris, France, December 4, 2015. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe


Bloomberg mulls run for White House, report says

Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, is weighing an independent presidential bid, the New York Times said.

Silver Line passengers waited this week to board buses at South Station during rush hour.

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GE move puts Seaport gridlock back in spotlight

Every morning, some commuters face a choice: Summer Street gridlock or packed Silver Line buses.

A sign at an entrance to St. George?s School in Middletown, R.I.

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Abuse alleged in 2004 at St. George?s

Questions remain about whether the school?s headmaster, Eric Peterson, should have done more.

Republican presidential candidate, Ted Cruz spoke during a campaign stop at the Freedom Country Store in Freedom, N.H. earlier this week.


Scot Lehigh: Ted Cruz?s dumbed-down politics

Is Ted Cruz really a dimwit? Or just a cynic hoping to dupe some dopes?

// John Kasich?s new ad asks, ?What happened to Jeb??

His new ad casts the former Florida governor as desperate and flailing.

// As caseload soars, capacity lifted at many foster homes

Massachusetts officials are struggling to find placements for an influx of abused children.

// Baker prioritizes new energy sources

Governor Baker?s making new energy sources a top priority, but made it clear he doesn?t want ratepayers to foot the bill.

Professor Yet-Ming Chiang posed for a portrait with an H-cell battery in a research laboratory at MIT.

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The high tech of low carbon

MIT is accelerating a push to find technological solutions to curbing carbon emissions.

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A man cleared snow in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

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A worker cleared snow from a sidewalk in New York on Saturday.

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A Secret Service officer stood guard outside the White House on Saturday.

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Snow-shovelers were on the job in New York on Friday.

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Snow fell on New York?s Upper West Side on Saturday.

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Glen Eck worked to free his vehicle in Philadelphia on Saturday.

Alex Wong

National Guard members helped to free a police car in Washington, D.C.

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The White House on Friday.

Storm could bring foot of snow, strong winds to parts of Mass.

The snow is expected to arrive in the state Saturday morning, spreading from south to north.

// Deaths, power outages in wake of winter storm

??Every time it looks like there?s light at the end of the tunnel, more accidents and slide-offs are occurring.??

AFC championship


// Patriots? keys to victory over the Broncos

A breakdown of Sunday?s AFC Championship game, looking at who has the edge in the passing and running games.

View from Denver

// Will Broncos? ?winning ugly? style work vs. Patriots?

Denver?s style frustrates fans, but it has been effective throughout the season.

The Winthrop Square garage.

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Sale of Winthrop Square Garage halted after complaint

Eight big-name developers have expressed interest in building a skyscraper on or near the site.

// In Allston, they?re doing yoga by candlelight

Candlelight yoga is one of three classes designed and taught by Ali Singer at the community pop-up space known as POP Allston.

// Wanting our costars to cohabitate

I?m not the only person who feels a strange desire to want actors who play couples to fall in love off-screen. But why?

// Which TSA program is best way to cut screen time?

Both programs enroll approved applicants for a five-year period, and the costs are comparable. So which one is right for you?

Love Letters

// He cheated, got caught, then said goodbye

She always had doubts about him cheating on her again, so she unlocked his phone.

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Ground Game

Ground Game

// Poll shows Sanders leading Clinton in N.H.

Geographically, Sanders is bolstered by independent voters and clusters of support along the state?s border with Vermont.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

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

The Big Picture

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Water crisis in Flint, Mich.

Thousands of residents in Michigan have been exposed to toxic amounts of lead, including about 9,000 children.

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.



// Scientists, coders to study how brains learn

Harvard neuroscientists are teaming up with coders on a massive project to understand and mimic how the human brain learns.


John Allen Jr. | All Things Catholic

// As pope visits synagogue, some issues still unsettled

These visits are always special, given that arguably no Jewish community has felt the sting of Catholic opprobrium more than the one in Rome.

Globe Insiders

Design New England

// Home Sweets Home

Interior designer Holly Joe cooks up the love in her sophisticated yet cozy family house in Westwood.