Paul Manafort?s old sidekick paints boss as a criminal

Rick Gates said he concealed millions of dollars in foreign bank accounts and falsified documents on Manafort?s behalf. He will be cross-examined Tuesday.

Wayfair cofounders Steve Conine (left) and Niraj Shah posed near their desks at the Internet retailer?s Back Bay headquarters.

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Is Boston?s Wayfair the next Amazon?

The money-losing Internet retailer points to Amazon?s unprofitable past as it goes on a shopping spree ? for office space and people.

// Twin California fires now are, combined, largest in state?s history

State fire officials made the announcement late Monday.


// Margaret Heckler made inroads for women in Congress

The former diplomat and eight-term Massachusetts congresswoman, who also served as US ambassador to Ireland, died Monday. She was 87.

Ashleigh Grampetro and her son Ramon Pena Jr. were forced out of their Webster apartment after it was damaged from Saturday?s tornado.

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People displaced by tornadoes uncertain about next steps

Residents in Webster and Dudley who lost their homes in Saturday?s tornadoes were still seeking help and answers Monday.

// Surveillance footage of Waltham arson suspect released

The video shows a person walking around inside an under-construction apartment complex the night it caught fire, in 2017.

// As Lahey pushes for Beth Israel merger, CEO to step aside

Dr. Howard Grant, who will retire on Sept. 30, has been a big proponent of the deal, saying it will provide a counterweight to Partners HealthCare.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh swore in William G. Gross as the 42nd commissioner of the Boston Police Department Monday at the Morning Star Baptist Church in Mattapan.

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History made as William Gross becomes police commissioner

The 33-year veteran of the force, the first black commissioner, vowed to move the department into new frontiers.

// Rosie O?Donnell and Broadway stars protest outside White House

The actress told participants that it was important to make sure their voices were heard.

// Massport spends $1 million to lure Korean Air to Logan Airport

The announcement of five-times-per-week service between Logan and Seoul was the culmination of more than a year of talks.

Andrew Benintendi (left) and Steve Pearce played large roles in the Red Sox? four-game sweep of the Yankees.

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Rampaging Red Sox are winning at a historically high rate

Teeming with chemistry, Alex Cora?s group is on pace to shatter the franchise record for victories.

?It came right up, and opened its mouth?: Great white shark breaches water below boat

The sudden encounter made the shark expert himself jump backwards a bit.

// Shark sightings force swimmers out of the water in Plymouth, Cape Cod

Sharks were spotted near shore in two locations Monday afternoon, forcing those beaches to be temporarily closed.

// Serena Williams on postpartum depression: ?I felt like I was not a good mom?

The 36-year-old tennis star said she wants other new moms to know the emotions are ??totally normal.??

Dining Out

// The art and the deal at Talulla

What?s on the plate here? Precision and prettiness.

Lily Ward, 7, played in Rings Fountain on the Rose Kennedy Greenway earlier this summer. The fountain is just one place to beat the sweltering temps this week.

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Beat by the heat? Chill at these 12 cool spots this week

Escape the sweltering temperatures at spots all around the city. 

Dave Epstein

// How long will this oppressive heat last?

We are on pace to have the warmest first week of August ever in Boston.

Stuck flip-flop causes SUV to roll on top of other cars in Cohasset parking lot

A woman said her flip-flop became stuck in the pedals of her SUV, sending her vehicle over a curb and onto two cars.

// Man rescued from flattened mosque in Indonesia days after quake

Dozens of people could be trapped in the rubble of a mosque in one village.


/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/08/06/ At Smith College, the racist incident that wasn?t

Americans are exhorted repeatedly: If you see something, say something. More often than not, ?something? turns out to be nothing ? just a kid having her lunch, for example.


// Projecting the Patriots roster: Are there actually 53 players worthy of spots?

There isn?t much separating players 40 to 70 on the roster, and several positions are wide open.

Music Review

// Beyoncé and Jay-Z write a happy ending at Gillette

The emotionally charged show traced the romantic arc of their relationship ? the downs and the ups.

// Apple, Facebook, and YouTube remove Alex Jones pages for hate, bullying

Google, Facebook, YouTube and Spotify, and other services have for weeks had faced calls that they remove Infowars content.


// Robert Redford is retiring from acting, says upcoming role opposite Casey Affleck will be his last

Redford and Affleck will costar in ?The Old Man & the Gun.?


// Appalachian odyssey: Hunting for ALS genes along a sprawling family tree

Researchers have painstakingly assembled a family tree to aid their search for the genetic underpinnings of ALS.

Globe event

// Seattle?s mayor talks growing pains that offer some lessons for Boston

Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan spoke at a Globe event on how innovation is shaping our world, and she?s in high demand among the hundreds of mayors gathered in Boston.


// More about Last Seen: The Largest Unsolved Art Heist ever

A true-crime podcast about the most valuable ? and confounding ? art heist in history: the theft of 13 irreplaceable artworks from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.

Real Estate

This historical Brookline home is listed for $2.85 million

Originally built in 1864 by the Philbrick family, well-known Brookline builders and abolitionists, 195 Walnut Street in the ?Pill Hill? district of Brookline Village has been recently renovated in collaboration with the Brookline Historical Commission, according to realtor Marc Charney. This newly-modernized property is on the market for $2,850,000.

Love Letters: The Podcast

// Getting over a breakup

Meredith Goldstein explores how to move on when a relationship ends.

Listen:   Apple Podcasts   |   Stitcher   |   RadioPublic


Real Estate


//$medium.jpg Spring House Hunt: Should parents buy property in a college town?

As the spring house hunt gets underway and National College Decision Day nears, thoughts are turning to campus housing.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Globe staff photos of the month, July 2018

Here?s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: the Puerto Rican Parade, Taylor Swift performing at Gillette Stadium, and celebrating fourth of July.


// Play the crossword

Puzzled? Keep trying your hand at our interactive crossword and see if you can triumph.