Trump, Cruz assail each other as Indiana votes

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

John Tlumacki/Globe staff/file February 2016

Today?s Indiana contest could be an all-but-decisive presidential primary election on the GOP side.

Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval throws to first after fielding a ground out by Minnesota Twins' Byung Ho Park in the first inning of a spring training baseball game, Tuesday, March 29, 2016, in Fort Myers, Fla. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Red Sox usually avoid insuring major contracts like Sandoval?s

The issue came up Tuesday in connection with Pablo Sandoval, who will miss the rest of the season.

// Did the FBI find anything in their newest Gardner search?

FBI agents searched the home of mobster Robert Gentile in Manchester, Conn., for the third time Monday.

Boston, MA., 05/02/16, A Duck Boat make the turn from Charles Street onto Beacon Street ---the intersectioin where a woman on a scooter was killed by a Duck Boat. Globe staff/Suzanne Kreiter.

Suzanne Kreiter/globe staff

RMV says it sent records of driver in duck boat crash

Boston Duck Boat Tours regularly requested and received Victor Tavares?s driving record, officials said.

Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra performing its first concert of the BSO's European Tour at the Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Germany, on  Tuesday.

In BSO Leipzig visit, glimpses of shared past and future

The Boston Symphony Orchestra will perform in Leipzig, unofficially launching an alliance with the venerable Gewandhaus Orchestra.

// Tuition cuts make UMaine a hot college for Mass. students

A record number of out-of-state students, including hundreds from the Bay State, will head to Orono this fall.

Dining out

// Capo serves South Boston a taste of the North End

Tony Susi?s Italian fare is about ingredients, not ego.

// MIT parade promises to be quite the sight

Oliver Smoot, the alum with a measurement named for him, will lead boats, floats and vehicles adorned with animatronics, salsa dancers, and much more.

A town-by-town look at Mass. opioid deaths in 2015

The opioid crisis has hit Massachusetts hard, particularly in some communities.

Tony Matelli?s ?Sleepwalker? will be on view at the High Line in New York from April 2016 to March 2017.

He?s back ? sleepwalker statue now haunting NYC

The realistic statue of a sleepwalking man that sparked controversy at Wellesley College in 2014 is once again on public display.

// What happened to the transgender pride flag at City Hall?

On Tuesday, some wondered why a Polish flag had been swapped for the transgender pride flag, just one day after it had been unfurled.

// More than half of teens ?addicted? to phones, poll says

About a third of those polled also noted daily arguments over screen time.

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Small Business Week celebrates big improvements

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

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Ground Game

ground game

// 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.