City officials still mum when asked about subpoenas

The move comes despite an order for the Walsh administration to disclose whether it has the documents.

// Will Ind. be final nail in the coffin for Ted Cruz?

Donald Trump?s once seemingly quixotic campaign may be on the verge of taking him to the GOP nomination.


// Cruz continues to fixate on bathrooms

Maybe there is a downside to running for bathroom attendant in chief.

A duck boat made the turn from Charles Street onto Beacon Street ? the intersection where a woman was killed on Saturday.

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Experts raise questions about duck boats? blind spots

?There?s no way to make an overly large, World War II military weapon with blind spots safe to drive on city streets,? a lawyer said.

// Little oversight, lots of success for marijuana delivery services

It was expected that the services would fade away with the opening of state-sanctioned medical marijuana dispensaries.

// Professor likens Owen Labrie?s struggles to Joan of Arc?s

In a letter to Labrie, the professor said he should think of his ?legal experiences and personal suffering? as a gift from God.

// In US opioid crisis, green card seekers see opportunity

Foreign investors are pouring money into a thriving industry: drug rehabilitation and psychiatric clinics.

Repeated nursing home sales linked to poor quality

Nursing homes that remained in the same hands had significantly fewer health and safety problems, a Harvard-led study found.

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Small Business Week celebrates big improvements

Robert Nelson, district director of the Small Business Association, talks health of local businesses, trends, and SBA financing opportunities.

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Steve Belichick may be the Patriots? new safeties coach, but he has been around the team for 20 years.

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Like father, like son? Younger Belichick gets his shot

Steve Belichick, the head coach?s 29-year-old, was named safeties coach after four years as a defensive assistant.

// Joanne Chang of Flour finally wins a James Beard award

Chang was on her way to becoming the Susan Lucci of the Beards ? until Monday, when she won the award for outstanding baker.

// Malia Obama sparks interest, but gap years are rare

The announcement that Malia Obama will take a year off before starting at Harvard has triggered a wave of commentary.


// Dear Malia: Welcome to the Boston movie scene

Boston has a deep connection to and affinity for movies, and that?s perfect for Malia Obama, who is said to be interested in film.

Taylor Swift before the Met Gala.

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A-listers show off edgy fashion pieces at Met Gala

Taylor Swift was among those who surprised, wearing a short silver sequined Louis Vuitton gown with high black gladiator sandals.

// At the intersection of seeds and art

Illustrations on the Hudson Valley Seed Library?s art packs have drawn attention ? and now form the basis of an exhibition.

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//[1]-7875.jpg To learn about himself, Ben Cherington decided to teach

The former Red Sox GM needed to step away from baseball to help him assess his tenure in Boston.

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// The question that makes Cruz and Kasich squirm

Would Ted Cruz and John Kasich support the Republican presidential nominee, even if it?s Donald Trump?

The Big Picture

Globe photos of the month, April 2016

A look at some of the best images taken by Boston Globe photographers last month.