Authorities eye second suspect in ?Whitey? Bulger murder

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Federal authorities suspect that Paul J. DeCologero and another Massachusetts organized crime figure, Fotios ?Freddy? Geas, beat Bulger to death with a padlock stuffed in a sock.

// Online hate is spreading, and Internet platforms can?t stop it

Monitoring posts requires an understanding of meaning, intent, and context. And there?s no bright line to define what is acceptable.

Michaela d?Hemecourt, 5, began declaring herself a girl before she turned 4. Her parents said their primary focus is making her feel accepted while she?s still young.

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Parents of transgender kids say they?d be vulnerable if law is repealed

Among the state?s most passionate advocates for the transgender rights law: the parents of young transgender children.

// Lawrence disaster estimated at $800 million and counting

The company also indicated that it plans to seek a rate increase to recover its costs ? an expense that could run up to $165 million.

Cambridge, MA - 11/01/18 - Google employees in Kendall Square in Cambridge joined a worldwide walkout in protest of company policies on sexual harrassment. () Reporter: () Topic: (02google)

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Google employees walk out of Cambridge office as part of companywide protest

In Cambridge, where Google employs about 1,400, the workers walked out from the company?s building along Main Street just after 11 a.m.

Both sides rally on Question 1 campaign

The ?yes? and ?no? campaigns of Question 1, a referendum to regulate nurse staffing in hospitals, held dueling rallies Thursday.

// Campaigns urge Jews and non-Jews to attend Shabbat services in wake of Pittsburgh attack

Shabbat services will be held for the first time since the deadly attack at Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh on Friday and Saturday.

Maya and Isak Kayserman.

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Eighty-seven, and left by the side of the road by Uber

She and her husband are both 87. But that didn?t stop the driver ? in an action undisputed by either party? from asking them to leave his car in the middle of their journey home.

// Baker and Gonzalez talk tough in their final debate

It was fiery finish to the gubernatorial debate season, with both candidates posing questions to each other and engaging in a series of terse exchanges.


// Celtics rain 3-pointers on Bucks ? then barely hold

Kyrie Irving hit six of the Celtics? franchise-record 24 threes on his way to 28 points as the Celtics handed Milwaukee its first loss of the season.


// The Great Trumpkin?s powers are fading

He has to double down on his old tricks.

Opinion | Helen Drinan

// This Catholic has lost her patience with the church

Helen Drinan, who once worked for the Archdiocese of Boston, questions whether the Church is structurally set up to handle sexual misconduct allegations.

// Plaintiff says suit led Harvard to alter guidelines on race

Students for Fair Admissions insisted its lawsuit against Harvard and the media attention it has drawn prompted the college to alter instructions to staffers.

// Red Sox bring victory celebration to Celtics game

The newly crowned world champions showcased their World Series trophy to a sellout crowd at Thursday night?s Celtics? game at TD Garden.

// Xander Bogaerts reunited with his father for the first time in 23 years at the World Series

The Red Sox shortstop had not seen his father, Maarten, since he was 3 years old.

Business catering service ezCater will lease an entire 100,000-square-foot building that WeWork is scheduled to open early next year at 40 Water St. in downtown Boston, with room for up to 750 employees.

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WeWork lands another big tenant

WeWork, a giant in co-working real esate, has leased an entire office building to a single tenant, a first in Boston.


// Neil Young acknowledges he and Daryl Hannah are married

Hey hey, my my, Neil Young is calling Daryl Hannah his wife.

quick bite

// Fuku, a peach-and-green-hued chicken wonderland in the Seaport

Fuku?s fries, slushies, and sandwiches might make you feel like one lucky peach.

// Come see Globe Live

After two sold-out seasons, Globe Live ? a live storytelling show featuring the Globe?s top journalists ? returns to the Emerson Paramount Center Nov. 3 & 4.

Opinion & Ideas

Editorial Board Endorsement

// Editorial board endorsement: Janet Mills for Maine governor

Janet Mills?s broad experience and pragmatic plans stand out in the Maine race.

Editorial Board Endorsement

// Reelect Gina Raimondo for Rhode Island governor

Gina Raimondo has focused laser-like on what should be Job #1 for any Rhode Island governor: Improving the state?s economy.

Special reports

// Inside our Secret Courts

Criminal charges often disappear. There are few rules and fewer records. In these private hearings, who you are ? and who you know ? may be just as important as right and wrong. Read the Spotlight report.

The Big Picture

The Big Picture

Photos: Red Sox 2018 World Series victory parade

For the fourth time this century, the Red Sox rolled through Boston in triumph after winning the World Series.


// The Globe Investigates

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// 23andMe test cleared to help patients determine how well drugs may work for them

The genetic test is the first of its kind authorized by the FDA for direct-to-consumer marketing.

Love Letters: The Podcast

// Until next year, my sweetheart

In a special bonus episode, Meredith Goldstein explores what happens to summer romance when the summer ends, and ?Wet Hot American Summer? creator David Wain shares a girl-crazy memory from his own camp days.

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Real Estate

//$medium-9070.jpg Are we ignoring ? or outright banning ? an easy affordable-housing fix?

Mobile homes may be the least expensive and most effective means of addressing the region?s housing shortage.

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.


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