South Boston killings

Stabbing suspect once worked at condo complex

Bampumim Teixeira, 30, was a security guard at the Dorchester Avenue complex, prosecutors said.


How patients answer questions about overall life goals can inform treatment decisions, especially near the end of life.

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Med schools to teach how to discuss patients? goals for care ? and for life

Curriculum changes are being pushed by a statewide coalition seeking to improve serious illness care.

Braintree-05/06/2017- Investigators were on the scene of Motel 6 in Braintree where a Braintree police office was shot. They looked at the room where the suspect stayed and a car parked out front. JohnTlumacki/ The BostonGlobe (sports)


When a victim becomes a perpetrator

Nine years before he shot at police officers, Tizaya Robinson huddled with them to seek justice.

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// Should this elite all-boys school ? gasp! ? start admitting girls?

Boston College High School is having a discussion about its future that could feature a radical change.


From left: Nicole ?Snooki? Polizzi, Jennifer Lopez, and Lindsay Lohan all got in hot water with the Federal Trade Commission over Instagram posts.

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What do Snooki, Lindsay Lohan, and J. Lo have in common? The FTC put them on notice.

In April, the FTC announced that it had sent out 90 letters to specific brands and online influencers they partner with on Instagram.

// Worcester hospital faces backlash against plan to close psychiatric beds

UMass Memorial says it needs to expand capacity for medical and surgical care.


// The opioid sales exec who was addicted to the drug he promoted

Jeffrey Pearlman led a team at Insys Therapeutics that aggressively pushed doctors to widely prescribe Subsys.

Harvard graduate students Michael Huggins, Courtney Woods, and Jillian M. Simons will take part in Black Commencement 2017 on May 23.

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Black students at Harvard to hold their own commencement ceremony

The student-organized event is designed to celebrate the unique struggles and achievements of black students.


// Pivotal moments from Sally Yates? testimony

?To state the obvious, you don?t want your national security adviser compromised with the Russians,? Yates said of Michael Flynn.


// From a Maine tribe, a message for the Cleveland Indians: Enough is enough

A member of the Penobscot tribe in Maine is said to have inspired the Cleveland Indians? cartoonish logo. Today, the tribe says it?s time for a change.

// Members of 2008 Celtics candid about their rift with Ray Allen

TNT?s Kevin Garnett was joined on-air by ex-teammates Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo, Glen Davis, and Kendrick Perkins.

Hadley, Ma-April, 19, 2017-Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff- Thea Hansom, 14, a freshman, girl playing with the Hopkins Academy Golden Hawks varsity baseball team. The school had to receive a special exemption to allow her to play. Her she pops out pinch hitting against Easthampton.

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This teen really is in a league of her own

14-year-old Thea Hanscom is believed to be the only girl playing varsity baseball in Massachusetts.


// Back on TV, Jimmy Kimmel takes on critics of his health care plea

Kimmel again argued that Americans deserve the level of health care given his infant son.


// A dramatic escape made by a Chinese family, thanks to US diplomats

The wife of a prominent human rights lawyer and their two daughters were snatched out of the clutches of security agents.

// Trump advisers seek to widen military?s role in Afghanistan

The change would effectively put the United States back on a war footing with the Taliban.


// John Oliver has a few choice words for WGBH?s Emily Rooney

The host of HBO?s ?Last Week Tonight with John Oliver? doesn?t appreciate something Rooney said.

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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.


// Loneliness in seniors: A medical problem this provider thinks it can solve

Large health care systems have yet to take up the fight against loneliness in a meaningful way, but that could be changing.

Real Estate

Luxury: A $4.65 million Wellesley mansion that?s perfect for warm summer days

Tucked along the tree-lined streets of one of Wellesley's most sought-after neighborhoods, this luxurious mansion boasts modern amenities and an impeccable outdoor space.