GE, EPA in dispute over federal plan to clean Housatonic River

General Electric Co., which last month said it will move its headquarters to Boston, objects to a new federal plan that would force it to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to clean the Housatonic River, which the company polluted for nearly 50 years.

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The industrial giant, which will move its headquarters to Boston, contends it should be allowed to dispose of dredged pollutants in landfills near the river in the Berkshires.

// Tom Brady gives fans a scare with skiing photo

The latest post on the Patriots quarterback?s Facebook page hints he is seeking thrills in the mountains this offseason.

// Red Sox to take on resale market with new in-house ticket service

The new service could eat into the profits of third-party companies like StubHub and ACE Ticket.

Opinion | Niall Ferguson

// Financial panic or slow burn?

Nearly every major equity index is down since the beginning of the year, and the major banks have been hit hard.

A view of the Tremont Street property in Roxbury where a mixed-used development is proposed.

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Officials hopeful about latest plan to redevelop Roxbury site

The newest plans could finally spark construction at the high-profile property after years of false starts.

2016 Grammy Awards


// Meghan Trainor is all about that photo op

The ?All About That Bass? singer hit the Grammys afterparty at Hotel Bel Air, where she made time for photos with some of the biggest stars of the night.

// Taylor Swift speech at Grammys takes subtle dig at Kanye West

??There are going to be people along the way who try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame,?? she said.

// 2 more patients accuse fertility doctor of assault

The women say that Dr. Roger Ian Hardy sexually assaulted them during procedures.

// Republicans insist Obama should not nominate Justice

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and others say the next president should fill the vacancy created by Justice Antonin Scalia?s death.

// Search continues for missing central Mass. man

Zachary Marr, who was in Boston for a celebration, was last seen early Saturday morning outside a bar near Faneuil Hall.

// Funeral slated for teacher killed in I-93 manhole cover accident

A funeral is being held Tuesday morning for Caitlin Clavette, the teacher killed in a bizarre accident on Interstate 93 in Boston last week.

Hundreds evacuated from Newton hotel after pipe burst

About 250 guests at the hotel, which straddles the Mass. Pike, were relocated.

Plainridge gambling revenue shoots up by $1.3m in January

The increase snaps a five-month skid of declining revenue at the state?s first casino and pumped up expectations for spring.

// S. Korean president warns of N. Korea collapse

President Park Geun-hye?s comments Tuesday were an unusually strong broadside that will likely infuriate Pyongyang.

Malden police captain says officials blocked probes

John Amirault claims in a lawsuit that he was prevented from investigating two crimes involving city employees.

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Keeping business all in the family

It wasn?t until Peter Frost completed a buyout of the family?s 130-year-old company from his father that he learned just how complex family succession can be.

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Ground Game

// It?s South Carolina?s turn to sort out the GOP field

New Hampshire was supposed to pick a favorite of the establishment GOP field. They didn?t, and now it?s South Carolina?s turn.

The Big Picture

Winter white

Across the globe, snow blankets the landscape, giving photographers a new perspective on their surroundings.

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.



// Seven Bridges lands $45m for biomedical data software

The Cambridge startup also said it is adding former Senator Tom Daschle and Kai-Fu Lee, a former executive for Google and Microsoft, to its advisory board.

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.



// Pope dons sombrero as he travels to Mexico

A Mexican journalist presented Pope Francis with a traditional hat as the pontiff departed from the Vatican Friday.

Globe Insiders

Design New England

// Immersed in the View

A seaside location sets the tone for a free-flowing master bathroom with partitions and angles ? but no doors to restrict sightlines.