With big gains, Sanders shows tactical ability

Bernie Sanders appeared at a rally in St. Paul on Tuesday. Overall, polls show him making gains against Hillary Clinton.

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Bernie Sanders may be decrying politics as usual, but he?s also picked up tricks of the trade during his 25 years in Washington.

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Donald Trump has again grabbed the media spotlight and proved his potency as an unpredictable and polarizing force.

Man stabbed estranged wife to death in Norton, officials say

After the stabbing, police say Martin McDonald allegedly drove his truck into oncoming traffic, seriously injuring another driver.

Shooting scene at Harvard St. in Brookline. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Fleeing vehicle dumps victims in violent Brookline attack

A harrowing scene on Harvard Street apparently followed gunfire and a violent struggle on St. Paul Street.

Charles Hu.

Lexington man killed by runaway wheel is mourned

Police are investigating what caused the wheel to break off a pickup truck Tuesday and collide with a sedan traveling in a different direction.

?The Hub on Causeway? will include a retail complex with a supermarket and movie theaters on the site of the old Boston Garden on Causeway Street at North Station.

Delaware North | Boston Properties

North Station area redevelopment underway

Boston Properties and Delaware North officially launched construction of a massive new complex on Causeway Street in front of TD Garden.

No new taxes proposed in state?s $39.6 billion budget

The overwhelming thrust of Governor Baker?s budget was a faith that state agencies would become more effective and efficient.

An architectural rendering of the proposed Wynn casino in Everett.


Walsh, Wynn strike deal on Everett casino

Boston will drop its lawsuits aimed at stopping Wynn Resorts in exchange for an extra $400,000 a year in compensation and other payments.

Tom Brady spoke to the press after the Patriots were defeated by the Broncos on Sunday.

Tom Brady shares handwritten note thanking fans

?I?m proud to call New England my home and to have the privilege of playing for your team,? Brady wrote in his letter.


Patriots? downfall more a matter of execution than adjustment

Plenty of blame can go around, but the plan for the AFC title game was not necessarily faulty.

Yvonne Abraham

After 30 years, a prisoner gets a chance for justice

George Perrot was tied to a 1985 rape of a Springfield woman by an FBI analysis of a strand of hair, a method that is now widely discredited.

01/27/2016 BOSTON, MA Mayor Marty Walsh (cq) (left) speaks with Roger Gordon (cq) 29, a homeless man, near downtown crossing during the annual homeless census. (Aram Boghosian)

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Volunteers tally number of homeless on Boston?s streets

Boston conducted its annual census of homeless people and will use the information to assess the need for housing and treatment services.

Many in the crowd of about 400 people wore red at the forum Wednesday night at Tewksbury Memorial High School.

Tewksbury gathers to discuss fate of Redmen mascot

People both for and against retaining the mascot spoke at a hearing in Tewksbury on Wednesday.

Boston school Superintendent Tommy Chang.

Superintendent vows to make Boston schools more inclusive

Tommy Chang?s pledge came in the wake of recent allegations of racism at the city?s two prestigious exam high schools.

DUXBURY MA - 5/06/2015: A mother and calf side by side. Aerial view of WHALES feeding off the shores of Duxbury Beach. There were groups of the North Atlantic right whales swimming off shore. The critically endangered animals are making a comeback since they were nearly hunted to extinction a century ago. They are also making a habit of appearing off the local coastline in the spring. The whales feed on copepods by opening their mouths as they swim through masses of the tiny, but fat-rich, creatures. (David L Ryan/Globe Staff Photo) SECTION: METRO TOPIC

NOAA expands habitat of North Atlantic right whale

An area off the New England coast considered a critical area for the whales has been expanded sevenfold.

Opinion | Eric Fehrnstrom

And the Political Oscar goes to . . .

Unlike the real Oscars, no one can accuse this list of lacking diversity. The envelopes, please.

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Maura Healey warned the company it faces possible legal action unless it lowers the price of two popular hepatitis C medicines.

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?For me, it is as if you have cut off my two hands, my two feet, my two eyes,?? the victim?s mother wrote in an impact statement.

Ground Game

ground game

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For those who follow the presidential campaign?s every turn, last night could have caused some whiplash.

Globe investigations

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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'

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



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Walt Doyle, a former PayPal manager, now heads up GasBuddy from an office near Haymarket.



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The meeting marked the first time ranian President Hassan Rouhani has visited the West since a landmark nuclear agreement with Iran last year.

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Design New England

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