Victims identified in South Boston double slaying

Dr. Richard Field, left, and Dr. Lina Bolanos

Handout photos

Dr. Richard Field and Dr. Lina Bolanos were anesthesiologists who were engaged, and their deaths left behind ?an inescapable void.?

// UMass Boston community fears cuts will erode its mission

Faculty said that over the past few years they have already been asked to do more with less.

// Amid nudity flap, board member resigns at Children?s Theatre

Company staffers went on strike Saturday as the theater scrambled with the fallout from a dispute over a production of ?One Flew Over the Cuckoo?s Nest.?

The Trump administration

// Trump has been sued 134 times since inauguration

President Trump has been sued nearly three times the number of his three predecessors combined at this point during their presidencies.


// Unity, the answer to fighting bigotry, was theme at MIT gathering

The gathering of more than 100 people came amid an apparent rising tide of bigotry and prejudice.

French expatriates lined up at the International School of Boston to vote for the country?s president.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Why don?t we vote on weekends?

Supporters of weekend elections say Americans would also vote in greater numbers if they didn?t have to wait in lines at polling places before or after work.


// Dozens of Nigerian girls are freed 3 years after Boko Haram kidnapping

If confirmed, the release of the girls is by far the biggest breakthrough in a tragedy that has come to define the nearly eight-year war against the group.

// 85-year-old Everest climber dies trying to reclaim record

A Nepalese man who was on a mission to reclaim his title as the oldest climber on the mountain died Saturday at base camp, officials said.

Bristol County Jail

Jonathan Darling

Advocates say preventing prison suicides has not been a priority for the state

Overlooked and underfunded, Massachusetts county jails face a rising tide of inmate suicides.



// Too soon for Fred Lynn comparisons? Maybe not

Andrew Benintendi isn?t quite there yet but the similarities are plain to see.


// Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby

Lookin At Lee finished second and Battle of Midway was third.


// Patriots geared up for the Kentucky Derby

All three Patriots quarterbacks ? Tom Brady, Jimmy Garoppolo, and Jacoby Brissett ? joined a trip to Churchill Downs.

In this photo taken Feb. 5, 2017, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick watches during warm ups before the NFL Super Bowl 51 football game against the Atlanta Falcons in Houston. If the Patriots are the NFL's model franchise, maybe the rest of the league needs to take a closer look at how Belichick and Co. have gone about constructing their roster, especially when it comes to the draft. These are the basic tenets: stockpile picks; go relatively heavy on defense and offensive line; go light on skill positions; when you find a starter, keep him. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)


Belichick?s adaptability makes him brilliant. He?s shown it this offseason

It?s safe to say the Patriots have been aggressive and have exercised a more myopic view this offseason.

Clown Ivan Vargas showed Nathan Harrington, of Duxbury, how to spin a ball before Saturday?s performance in Providence.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff


As the circus leaves town, they have the last laugh

Some 40 other former circus performers ? most of them clowns ? will be in Providence on Sunday to bid adieu to the Greatest Show on Earth.


Miss Conduct

We love our friend, but he?s gotten too loud

He never used to talk so loud ? how do we address it? Plus, must I help pay for an acquaintance?s dinner?

Ty Burr

// ?Saturday Night Fever? still walks the walk

It?s the film?s 40th anniversary, meaning that we?re getting a digital 4K restoration and a director?s cut, and also that we?re old.

Movie Review

//,featuredinCHASINGTRANETheJohnColtraneDocumentary,bydirectorJohnScheinfeld.jpg Celebrating the art and life of John Coltrane

?Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary? celebrates the great tenor saxophonist.

// Laura Poitras takes on the contradictions of Julian Assange in ?Risk?

The documentarian?s film on the controversial WikiLeaks founder took disturbing twists and turns.

Opinion & Ideas


// Trump order endangers access to contraception

Study after study has found that free access to contraception cuts down the number of unwanted pregnancies ? but President Trump wants to change that.

Special reports

Summer of ?67

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn?t immune. But something was happening here.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// The tiny fish that has helped unlock the mysteries of human disease

Through studying zebrafish, Harvard?s Leonard Zon has found genes that cause human diseases.