Berklee president promises changes after explosive report on abuse

At a packed campus-wide forum, the Berklee College of Music?s president apologized and pledged a faster and more transparent system for dealing with sexual misconduct.

General Electric chief executive John Flannery addressed investors Monday at a meeting in New York.

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How will GE?s change of course affect Boston?

The industrial conglomerate announced a number of big changes Monday, including a dividend cut. CEO John Flannery called 2018 ?a reset year.?

// Backlash against Roy Moore grows after another accusation

Prominent Republicans, including Mitch McConnell, urged the US Senate candidate from Alabama to drop out of the race.

Roy Moore, Kevin Cullen writes, is ike a lot of self-righteous, judgmental, fundamentalist phonies who cloak themselves in religion: shameless

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Roy Moore?s defenders compare him to St. Joseph . . .

. . . but Joseph was not a lech. He was a good, decent man. He was, in fact, a saint.

// Hockey Hall of Fame opens its doors to three Bruins

Former players Mark Recchi and Dave Andreychuk joined owner Jeremy Jacobs as inductees in Monday?s ceremony. Also enshrined: former UMaine star Paul Kariya.

// It?s not an emergency, it?s just a fight over a school site

Attorneys and PR specialists are rushing to Brookline and taking sides in a fight between town officials and Pine Manor College.

// AG hints that a special counsel could look into Clinton Foundation

Jeff Sessions? statement might be seen by some as inappropriately bending to political pressure.

// Trump Jr. acknowledges contacting WikiLeaks during campaign

Donald Trump Jr. released a series of private Twitter exchanges between himself and the website.

Jackie Lawson arrived at the John Joseph Moakley Federal Courthouse in South Boston on Monday. Lawson is a former Fidelity Investments employee who is suing the company for retaliation and harassment.

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Is this former Fidelity employee really a whistle-blower?

A jury began deliberations Monday in a three-week-long trial that is the latest twist in Jackie Lawson?s legal odyssey.

// House expected to vote this week on scaled-down justice reform bill

State lawmakers expect the House to vote early this week on their bill, which represents a scaled-back version of the sweeping measure that passed the Senate last month.

Top US marshal accused of lying about sex in government office

Officials also expressed other concerns about Jon Murray, former chief deputy marshal in Massachusetts.

The plan to alter the route of the Massachusetts Turnpike through the Allston stretch could reshape the neighborhood. Above: The highway makes a pronounced curve to avoid the site of a former rail yard.

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Mass. Pike project in Allston would be transformative, and expensive

The latest price tag for the mammoth highway plan: $1 billion or more.

// ?I?ll be thankful for the rest of my life,? dad says

A terminally ill Chelsea 2-year-old wanted to meet a real police officer. Chelsea?s force went above and beyond.

// Red Sox Foundation names new executive director

Rebekah Splaine Salwasser, 39, a former professional soccer player, will take over in January.

The earth is in danger, say thousands of scientists.

Why dozens of Mass. scientists signed the ?Warning to Humanity? letter

About 70 of the signees were professors, researchers, or PhD candidates at several prominent in-state schools.

// Most Greek groups at Tufts violated rules, and the school isn?t happy

Two fraternities have closed, the university banned another for a decade, and several others are on probation or have been suspended.

// War heroics of Thomas Hudner won?t be forgotten anytime soon

Hudner, a Medal of Honor recipient, died Monday at age 93. He ditched his plane in 1950 in a bid to save a friend and black colleague, two years after the military integrated.

Edwin ?Ted? Riley III has patched up Bruins? smiles for the past quarter-century.

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Puck to the teeth? The Bruins? dentist is in

Meet the man who for a quarter-century has been charged with patching up the mangled smiles of the city?s pro hockey players.

// Report: Tom Sizemore was booted from movie set for assaulting girl, 11

Sizemore is the latest Hollywood figure accused of sexual assault.

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// Why your mental map of the US economy is probably wrong

The US heartland has had the strongest income growth since the 1980s. Yes, you read that right.

// Hopkinton police to anyone making a fake license plate: try harder

A driver used marker and cardboard to craft a poorly made fake tag, resulting in a traffic stop.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Zuckerbergs hope gift makes public service a more viable option for low-income students

The grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative will provide financial support for up to 2,300 students over the next 15 years.

DENVER, CO - NOVEMBER 12: Running back Rex Burkhead #34 of the New England Patriots is tackled by inside linebacker Brandon Marshall #54 of the Denver Broncos after a catch in the first quarter of a game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 12, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)


Rex Burkhead is as close to a two-way player as you will see in today?s NFL

Burkhead played the most snaps of all the backs Sunday, caught a TD pass, and was a monster on special teams.

// Keurig pulled its ads from Hannity, and now fans are smashing their coffee makers

The company pulled one of its ads from Sean Hannity?s show based on his support for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

John Oliver signs off for the season with these three warnings about Trump

John Oliver took a hard line against President Trump on Sunday, warning viewers to see through the president?s way of handling controversy.

// Your car is a big environmental nemesis, and Mass. is stepping in

Massachusetts wants to focus on limiting emissions from vehicles, which have surpassed power plants as the state?s largest source of greenhouse gases.

// The Season Ticket podcast

Globe NFL reporter Ben Volin joins host Chris Gasper to break down the Patriots? resounding victory over the Denver Broncos Sunday.

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