Bernie Sanders endorses Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton (left) and Bernie Sanders took the stage Tuesday at a joint New Hampshire campaign event.

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The senator from Vermont ended weeks of speculation and formally backed the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

// Statement: Bernie Sanders endorses Hillary Clinton

Sanders? campaign issued his prepared remarks formally backing Clinton for president as he spoke at a joint event in N.H.

// Walsh aides arraigned on extortion charges

Kenneth Brissette and Timothy Sullivan allegedly forced a music festival to hire unneeded union stagehands.

Dallas shooting

// Obama stepping into storm of emotion in speech

During Tuesday?s memorial, President Obama will aim to comfort the mourning and calm the angry.

// Mass. declares drought watch in parts of state

The designation marks only the second time in 16 years that the state has issued a drought watch.

// Don?t let your Pokémon game lead you into danger

Police around the state are warning Pokémon Go users: Catching an elusive Pikachu isn?t worth risking your life.

// City officially begins debate over Citgo sign?s fate

Should the Citgo sign be protected as a landmark? The city will start deciding tonight.

// Bank robber tried to use Uber as a getaway car in Weymouth

The suspect turned to the ride-sharing app when it was time to flee.

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From dishwasher to business owner

After working in the restaurant industry for 25 years, Greg Burns started a $2.2 million dollar oyster enterprise of his own.

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Southern fried chicken thighs at Deadhorse Hill.

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Is Worcester finally getting the food scene it deserves?

With 55 openings in the past 18 months, New England?s second-largest city is in the middle of a restaurant renaissance.

// Why the sales tax holiday may be in jeopardy

It?s become an annual August ritual for Mass. merchants since its inception 12 years ago. But this year may be different.

// Joe Perry ?better than we all first feared?

Aerosmith bandmate Tom Hamilton updated the public on Perry?s condition after collapsing at a show.

MLB All-Star Game

Alex Speier

// Gap remains as Red Sox look to sign Jason Groome

The team has just three days left to sign the first-round pick before Friday?s deadline.

TV Critic?s Corner

// Emmy nods that could ? and should ? happen

Some names and titles aren?t givens, hopefully they?ll be on the list.

Miss Conduct

// When you RSVP, then learn your enemy?s on the guest list

Plus, the rules of gift-giving at combined gatherings.

// New documents indicate Paterno knew of Sandusky abuse in ?76

A man testified in 2014 that Penn State football coach Joe Paterno ignored his complaints of a sexual assault in 1976.

// Busing witnesses may taint a murder investigation

Boston Police acknowledge that the department occasionally uses buses to corral witnesses. But does the practice hurt a case?

// Can an online petition help bring happy hour back to Boston?

More than 8,500 people hope to end the ban on happy hour.

Can you or can?t you swim in the Charles?

On a balmy July day on the Esplanade, a Globe reporter decided to find out.

// Nonprofit calls for permanent swimming area on the Charles

The Charles River Conservancy has pinpointed a spot where it envisions a permanent swimming facility.

// Harvard Law?s Charles Ogletree vows to fight Alzheimer?s

The confidant of President Obama revealed his diagnosis on Monday.

Opinion & Ideas


// Like Bill Clinton, I didn?t inhale

When it comes to marijuana legalization, what influences your attitude?

Globe investigations

?When the EMTs arrived, Dave was laying like this.? Gerry Hill said, offering to show where his suicidal son was fatally shot after a tense encounter with police.


When despair meets deadly force

Nearly half of people killed by Massachusetts police over the last 11 years were suicidal, mentally ill, or showed clear signs of crisis.

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.