Hundreds of drug cases at risk in Braintree scandal

Braintree officials will soon release results of an audit that found missing drugs, guns, and money from the police evidence room.

US President Barack Obama speaks during a rally for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Eakins Oval in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 13, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEBSAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

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The stakes are high for Clinton in the swing state of Pa.

President Barack Obama is among the surrogates stumping for Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania.

US Representative Frank Guinta greets voters at a polling station on Tuesday in Manchester, N.H.

Frank Guinta has a narrow lead N.H. fight

Unlike the presidential primaries, the state?s voters selected more traditional politicians in the state?s primaries for governor and US Senate.

Ivanka Trump, right, watches as her father Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers a policy speech on child care, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, in Aston, Penn. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump unveils plan to ease burden on working parents

Donald Trump called for six weeks of mandatory paid maternity leave and expanded tax credits to help pay for child care.


// Clinton needs a Dutch uncle (or aunt)

Um, Hillary, Whiskey Tango Hotel?


// What if Clinton collapsed after winning?

No president-elect has died or become incapacitated between the election and the Electoral College vote.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, left, and Republican presidential candidate Donal Trump in these 2016 file photos. Young people across racial and ethnic lines are more likely to say they trust Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump to handle instances of police violence against African-Americans. But young whites are more likely to say they trust Trump to handle violence committed against the police. (AP Photo)

In Maine, Clinton, Trump are in a tight race

Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in Maine by three percentage points, a new Colby College-Boston Globe poll shows.

// Gloucester police chief, honored by White House, placed on leave

Leonard Campanello is considered a pioneer in treating, rather than jailing, opiate addicts.

Relay Therapeutics lands $57m to make movies of cell proteins

The Cambridge biotech startup said it combines several techniques to create moving digital images of the proteins inside human cells.

On student loan defaults, a tale of two New Englands

In a region of top colleges, low-income, first-generation, and minority students struggle disproportionately to repay their debt.

Birds are flying all around Red Sox starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz, as the Orioles J.J. Hardy rounded first at left, while his teammate Chris Davis rounded third in the backround following Hardy's top of the second inning three-run home run.

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Orioles 6, Red Sox 3

Orioles rebound with victory over Sox

Baltimore hit two homers in the second inning off Drew Pomeranz to move within two games of the Red Sox in the AL East.

// Russian hackers leak US athletes? medical records

Documents, published this week, showed Simone Biles and Serena and Venus Williams received exemptions to use banned drugs.

FC Dallas 4, Revolution 2

// FC Dallas tops Revolution to win US Open Cup

Unfortunately for the New England Revolution, lightning did not strike a second time at Toyota Stadium in the US Open Cup Final

// This 19th-century trash is now modern treasure

A 7-foot-deep hole off Salem Street has unveiled day-to-day details of life in the North End of the 1800s like few discoveries before it.

FILE -- A housing development in Santa Clarita, Calif., Dec. 19, 2014. For American families, household incomes rose strongly in 2015, breaking a years-long pattern of income stagnation. The median householdÕs income in 2015 was $56,500, an increase of 5.2 percent over the previous year, the Census Bureau reported. (Monica Almeida/The New York Times)

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Has the American economy hit a turning point?

After years of glacial economic growth and stagnant wages, median household income jumped 5 percent, or nearly $3,000, from 2014.

// Accused of stealing thousands, captain says Boston Harbor pilots drank on the job

Long a tight-knit group, the Boston Harbor Pilot Association ? a centuries-old nautical brotherhood ? is now in turmoil.

// Charter debate focuses on funding, equity issues

A charter school supporter accused officials of not adequately educating all students, during a tense debate Tuesday.

// Six key things to know about Apple?s new iOS 10 software

Your iPhone will look and feel different with the iOS 10 software update.

CNBC anchor Bill Griffeth


TV news anchor?s DNA test revealed ?deep dark family secret?

When Bill Griffeth?s cousin asked him to take a DNA test, he never would have guessed what the results would be.

// N.Y. GOP lawmaker wins primary days after killing himself

Assemblyman Bill Nojay was facing a fraud trial in Cambodia and was reportedly under FBI scrutiny.

// Couples attempt to set world record for largest lesbian wedding

The owners of a Provincetown inn are organizing the Oct. 15 effort.

Globe investigations

The desperate and the dead

// The broken covenant

Behind the fragmented state of mental health care lies a political system failure that spans decades ? and continues.

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

Terezinha Guilhermina of Brazil competes with her guide Rafael Lazarini in the men?s 400m T54 heat two at Olympic Stadium during day five of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games on Sept. 12.

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Paralympics 2016

More than 4,000 athletes from 170-plus nations are competing at many of the same Rio venues as participants in the Olympics.