After 30 years, court marks Boston harbor cleanup

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The oldest active case in the federal court system in Mass. is coming to an end, and it seems all parties are celebrating.

// In N.H., Trump mocks rival on ?short circuit?

?I think that the people of this country don?t want somebody that?s going to short circuit up there,? Donald Trump said of Hillary Clinton.

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Something new in the chill, salt air: Hope

The demise of the Grand Banks fishery left tens of thousands out of work, desperate, angry, and wondering if the fish would ever come back.

// What is ahead for Suffolk University?

The Boston college is preparing to search for what will be its seventh president in as many years.

// A lab is liquidated, and so is decade of cancer studies

?It?s heartbreaking,? said one scientist.

// ?Pokemon Go? players blamed for damage at historic Fairhaven fort

A fort destroyed in the Revolutionary War is again fending off attacks ? this time from ?Pokemon Go? players.

Kevin Cullen

// It?s time to talk about better police preparation

This is a conversation among cops that has been going on locally since the Marathon bombings.

// Rev. Cornelius Hastie, a Roxbury rector who was a jail chaplain, dies at 85

?I decided to minister to people?s needs, not try to win legal battles regardless of moral right,? the Rev. Hastie once wrote.

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First family arrives at Martha?s Vineyard for 2-week break

President Barack Obama?s seventh and final summer vacation at Martha?s Vineyard has begun.

Woman injured, man dead, after domestic assault in Wilmington

Francesco Cenca died from apparent self-inflicted stab wounds, police said.

Devices on new gantries above the Mass. Pike will soon collect tolls. For now, they?re capturing data on driving speeds.

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What those gantries on the Mass. Pike are secretly doing

The network of gantries will replace tollbooths on the Pike as the state makes the transition to all-electronic tolling.

// Activists protest nuclear weapons on anniversary of bombings

The Arlington event was one of many planned across to remember the bombings on Aug. 6 and 9, 1945, that killed about 200,000 people.

// Hudson, N.H. police searching for armed robbery suspect

Police are searching Hudson, N.H., for the suspect of an armed robbery at a TD Bank there earlier today, officials said.

 More than 6,000 riders are taking part in this year?s Pan-Mass Challenge, which pushed off from Sturbridge on Saturday.

6,000 cyclists ride Pan-Mass Challenge for cancer research

Organizers said the PMC raised $45 million last year. This year, they hope to reach their $46 million goal.


// There?s a rub to outspoken Patriot Martellus Bennett

During a recent magazine interview, the tight end took cheap shots at other players around the league.

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// Red Sox can?t muster much offense in loss to Dodgers

After the first inning, the Sox advanced just one runner into scoring position.

David Ortiz made a nice stab on a hot liner in the fifth inning.

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Nick Cafardo I on baseball

Sitting out didn?t sit well with David Ortiz

Despite experiencing stiffness, the Red Sox slugger doesn?t regret playing first base against the Dodgers.

2016 Olympics

Gary Washburn | On basketball

// US men?s basketball team opens in predictable fashion ? with a rout

Kevin Durant scored a team-high 25 points in a 119-62 victory over China.

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// Hope Solo saves US women?s soccer team

Solo continually came up big in a 1-0 victory over France.


// Ashleigh Johnson?s water polo goal: Defend the title

The ebullient goaltender is in Rio as the backstop for a US team that is favored to repeat.

//[1].jpg USA basketball players: Whoops, we didn?t know it was a brothel

DeMarcus Cousins, DeMar DeRozan, and DeAndre Jordan left the establishment when they realized their mistake.

Globe investigations

Private schools, painful secrets

// The unexpected price of reporting abuse: retaliation

The Globe found 15 instances of retaliation at New England private schools against students or employees who raised concerns about sexual abuse by staffers.

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.

The Big Picture

The 2016 Rio Olympics opening ceremonies

The Rio Olympic Games officially got underway Friday night with Opening Ceremonies at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.