After Brexit, US stocks tumble the most in 10 months

The Dow Jones Industrial Average had dropped about 600 points by Friday?s closing bell.

// Why Brexit vote matters for Mass.

The ripple effects will touch everyone.


// Brexit poses threats, opportunities for US

The British vote imperils several American interests.

A trader from BGC, a global brokerage company in London's Canary Wharf financial centre reacts during trading June 24, 2016 after Britain voted to leave the European Union in the EU BREXIT referendum. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

silver linings

Brexit could give Boston real estate a boost

European property investors may see better value ? and stability ? in Mass.

// Brexit won?t disrupt ?Game of Thrones? filming

Wait, is this something we should have been worried about?

// Front pages tell the story of impassioned Brexit views

From London to Dublin, newspapers told the Brexit story in unique ways, offering a glimpse into the emotions behind the historic vote.

Part 1

Families in fear

Closing psychiatric hospitals seemed humane, but the state failed to build a system to replace them. Families are living with the tragic consequences.

On eve of Bulger auction, victims start to get share of seized money

The families of James ?Whitey? Bulger?s victims will each receive a little over $39,000 this week.

// Brigham will keep ER open if nurses strike

The hospital and the union representing its nurses are in negotiating talks to try to prevent a scheduled strike on Monday.

Newton activist launches super PAC to take on the NRA

A Newton real estate developer and activist, frustrated by Congressional inaction on gun control, said Friday.

Boston- 6/23/2016 Boston Red Sox vs Chicago White Sox. Xander Bogaerts smiles as he runs to 1st base after hitting a game-winning single in the 10th inning. Red Sox Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki(sports)

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Alex Speier

Xander Bogaerts a reluctant clutch performer

With the game on the line, the shortstop has delivered, but he?d rather not be in those situations.

// ?We?re not done,? Celtics owner says

Team president Danny Ainge and owner Wyc Grousbeck said they?re gearing up for free agency.

// The MFA?s got it; now it?s flaunting it

The Museum of Fine Arts has rehung several major galleries for painting and sculpture, and the museum already seems rejuvenated.

// Walsh salary review stalled after chairwoman resigns

The resignation has left a vacuum on the independent panel Mayor Walsh revived to herald fiscal accountability.

Opinion & Ideas


// Brexit a true populist revolt

We should welcome Britain?s departure from the EU.

Nation & World

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un celebrated a recent test launch of ground-to-ground ballistic rocket Hwasong-10.

Work harder, North Korea orders citizens. But does it help?

The bright red slogans hang from buses, government buildings and even some restaurants and gas stations, urging North Koreans to work harder to make the country?s 200-day ?speed campaign? a success. ?Have you carried out the plan for today?? one poster asks.

Ground Game

ground game

// Where does Bernie Sanders go from here?

In the short term, his choice is simple, but the long-term prospects are more interesting for Sanders.

Globe investigations

// Private schools, painful secrets

More than 200 victims. At least 90 legal claims. At least 67 private schools in New England. This is the story of hundreds of students sexually abused by staffers, and emerging from decades of silence today.

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.

Design New England

Design New England

// ?This is home?

Keith Leblanc and Kelly Monnahan create a haven for themselves, family, and friends in the piney hills of outer Cape Cod.