Partners HealthCare names interim CEO

Partners HealthCare on Monday named a top official, Dr. Anne Klibanski, as its interim chief executive officer. Klibanski is the chief academic officer at the hospital network.

// Amesbury teen who died in snowmobile crash is remembers as a leader in school and hard worker

Troy Marden was killed on Saturday night when the snowmobile he was riding on Thompson Lake in Poland, Maine, hit a snowbank.

Representative Ayanna Pressley, Democrat of Roxbury, spoke to protesters at Monday?s rally in Harvard Square.

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Pressley says Trump?s emergency declaration is ?fake?

The Dorchester Democrat was among hundreds of demonstrators who braved the snow and cold to protest Monday in Harvard Square.

4 people, including children, are dead in Michigan shooting

Authorities responded to a property near Cedar Springs, about 30 miles north of Grand Rapids, after someone discovered the bodies and called 911. The sheriff said she doesn?t believe a shooter is at large.

Another truck is ?Storrowed? after hitting a bridge on Storrow Drive

The top of a box truck hit the Fairfield Street pedestrian bridge at about 2:45 p.m. Monday. The incident slowed traffic but caused no damage to the bridge itself.

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UMass Boston gets financial breathing space

With UMass Amherst?s purchase of Mount Ida college, the potential for overlap with UMass Boston is already clear.

// MIT?s invitation to Henry Kissinger is controversial

An MIT group is protesting the university?s invitation of Kissinger as part of the celebration of a new college.

// Emmie the dog sounds the alarm and saves her family from a fire

Joseph Ciccarello said he awoke to see flames out a window after Emmie, a Shih Tzu-Yorkie mix, began barking loudly Sunday morning in Melrose.

// R.I. man shown in iconic V-J Day kiss photo has died

George Mendonsa of Middletown, R.I., was two days shy of his 96th birthday when he died Sunday.

Todd Gieg has spent years building a hyper-realistic model of the Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad.

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Making a diorama of a 19th-century North Shore railroad has consumed this man?s life

Todd Gieg has mostly eschewed his day job to construct a hyper-realistic replica of a long-forgotten narrow-gauge passenger railroad and the seaside towns it rolled through.

// Philippine official says 136 people have died in measles outbreak

A measles outbreak that has been blamed partly on vaccination fears has killed 136 people, mostly children, and sickened 8,400 others, an official said.

Fort Myers , FL - 2/18/2019 - (Day 7) Red Sox principal owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner during their their annual spring media session to discuss the state of the team. Boston Red Sox first full squad workout at Jet Blue Park in Fort Myers, FL. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 18Red Sox, LOID: 8.5.44661335.

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For Red Sox owners, spring training news conference is a victory lap

On the heels of another championship, there was no contentiousness in the annual media meeting.

In 34 NHL games this season, Ryan Donato was 6-3?9 and a minus-11.


He?s in Providence, but Ryan Donato insists, ?I know I?m an NHL player?

Assigned to the AHL in late January, Donato is working to get back to where he feels he belongs.

Sheamus Newell, 5, was having fun playing in the snow with his inflatable an inflatable flamingo Monday at South Boston?s Marine Park.

Snow may make evening driving slippery

There?s a chance that snow may continue in some places with temperatures below freezing.

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He was recruited to play college lacrosse, but they can?t find a helmet big enough for his head

Alex Chu can?t join the Wheaton College lacrosse team on the field because they can?t find a helmet large enough for him.

Climate change could boost the power of thunderstorms in the mid-latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, including North America, according to an MIT study.

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MIT study: Climate change could mean more stagnant air in summers, thunderstorms

More energy will be available to fuel thunderstorms and less energy will go toward summertime extratropical cyclones, researchers said.

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// Can $235 million calm the tumult at UMass Boston?

The Bayside site real estate deal comes as the cash-poor school, operating under its second interim chancellor, confronts a turning point.

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The Republican president who alienated Republicans

Benjamin Harrison had an illustrious family name and a gift for public speaking. He also had a personality problem.

Opinion | Niall Ferguson

// ?Bohemian Rhapsody? ? political style

Brinkmanship led to the release of ?Bohemian Rhapsody.?? How will political brinkmanship play out?

Opinion | Lee Pelton

// Offering the college promise to those in prison

Few educational opportunities are offered to those in prison even though they need it the most.


// The week in watching: Ray Romano?s serious acting chops, Oscar curiosity, MTV?s repulsive reality show

Globe TV critic Matthew Gilbert?s guide to the week ahead in television.

// Colin Kaepernick?s attorney predicts Patriots may sign QB

Mark Geragos named the Patriots and Carolina Panthers as teams that might want to sign the free agent.

Love Letters: The Podcast

Season Two: How do you meet someone?

Dating in 2019 is?complicated. Frustrating. Sometimes completely exhilarating. In Season 2 of the podcast, Meredith Goldstein goes deep on one of her most-asked questions.

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Special reports

They were the top of their class at Boston public schools. Then life happened

Read a multi-part investigation into how and why the lives of promising Boston valedictorians didn?t quite turn out the way they expected.

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The Big Picture

Smartphone society

In a world where the smartphone is now ubiquitous, photographers capture daily life in which the personal device is part of the moment.

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.


// How biopharma is girding for climate change

Hurricanes, power outages, floods, droughts, forest fires ? all pose a risk for biopharma companies.