Suffolk DA again speaks out about Baker, officials

Rachael Rollins?s comments came a day after she said she had nothing further to say about a series of tense exchanges between her and the governor?s office.

// ?Our hearts are broken?: Parents of Wentworth student mourn loss of son

Police said Maximillian Carbone?s death did not occur under suspicious circumstances. The 19-year-old Wentworth student was last seen as he left a party in Mission Hill early Saturday morning.

Police tape marked off the scene of Saturday?s shooting.

Nathan Klima for The Boston Globe

Grandmother killed in Mattapan shooting was a ?beautiful soul?

Eleanor Maloney, 74, had lived on Mattapan Street for decades, neighbors said. She was killed in a triple shooting that took place Saturday.

// Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen steps down

Nielsen is said to have been frustrated by the difficulty of getting other departments to help with the growing number of families crossing the border.

// Trump?s chief of staff says Democrats will ?never? see tax returns

Mick Mulvaney said the law allows for legislators to review individual tax returns but a ??political hit job is not one of those reasons.??

// Suspicion is high as Barr redacts Mueller report

The attorney general will redact at least four categories of information from the report, which spans nearly 400 pages.

// With an upbeat tone, Cory Booker presents himself as a pragmatic idealist in N.H.

The New Jersey Democrat?s rhetoric at times seemed like a radical rewrite of President Trump?s words.

// A poacher meets his match: He?s killed by an elephant, devoured by lions

Rangers at the South Africa national park found only a human skull and a pair of pants, officials said.

Attendees played games on the new Stadia gaming platform at the Google booth at the 2019 GDC Game Developers Conference in March in San Francisco.

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Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

For gamers, the clouds are rolling in

I haven?t bought a video game in quite awhile, and if Google and Microsoft get their way, hardly anyone else will be buying them, either.

Scott Kirsner | Innovation Economy

// Giving VC investing the old college try

If you are what is known as an ?accredited investor? you can put money into an Alumni Ventures fund that focuses on your alma mater. The minimum ante is $50,000.

Young woman using mobile phone being robbed by a pickpocket at the subway station. Pickpocketing at subway station

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The best ways to foil a pickpocket

Nothing ruins a vacation like getting robbed. Here are tips from the experts for protecting yourself ? and your wallet.

David Karaus, who said he?s over 80, put on his skis last week at the Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, N.H.

Nathan Klima for The Boston Globe

?I?ve earned it.? Or have they? Are senior discounts deserved?

For a frugal tribe of bargain-hunting seniors, scarfing up the potpourri of newly available discounts can take some of the sting out of a milestone birthday.

4-7-19: Boston, MA: Orlando's Evan Fournier (left) and the Celtics Marcus Smart (right) battle for a second quarter loose ball. The Boston Celtics hosted the Orlando Magic in a regular season NBA basketball game at the TD Garden. (Jim Davis /Globe Staff).

Magic 116, Celtics 108

Celtics? rally falls short at home vs. Magic

Celtics unable to overcome 14-point deficit to go winless in three regular-season matchups vs. the Magic.

PHOENIX, ARIZONA - APRIL 07: Outfielder Adam Jones #10 of the Arizona Diamondbacks is unable to catch a solo home run hit by Mitch Moreland (not pictured) of the Boston Red Sox during the seventh inning of the MLB game at Chase Field on April 07, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)


Red Sox bullpen comes up big to finish horrible West Coast swing

Five Red Sox pitchers held the Diamondbacks to no runs and three hits. Mitch Moreland?s seventh-inning solo homer held up to get Boston home 3-8.


// Baylor holds off Notre Dame for NCAA women?s championship

Baylor recovered after blowing a 17-point lead and losing star Lauren Cox.

?You?ve got to be kidding,? Michael Coomey said when he was told what he owed in sales tax, penalty, and interest.

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Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

RMV overcharges man ? by more than $11,000

A man?s dream of putting his lovingly restored 1956 Triumph on the road hit a $11,232 bump in the road at the state Registry of Motor Vehicles and Department of Revenue.

Opinion | Randall Kennedy

//[1].jpg When ?the n-word? meets public education

The recent use of the racial slur has transformed an effort of racial enlightenment into a racially discriminatory act of political repression.


// The next frontier for gun control legislation in Massachusetts

Preventing gun violence requires a sustained and vigilant approach. So, what are the policy holes in the state that need to be filled next?

// In a broken foster system, some kids can?t find a bed for the night

Almost every night, social workers, with kids in their back seats, are crisscrossing Mass. or camping out at a 24-hour McDonald?s as they await word of a foster family with space for another child.

// Over 3 years, State Police compile data on 100m trips over Cape bridges

Cameras record the license plates of every vehicle that drives over the two bridges, the data fed to a vast, growing database.

// Could the famed Market Basket ghost be Wilmington?s ?Lady of the Caskets??

She was wealthy, eccentric, and obsessed with the afterlife.

// Rob Gronkowski makes his first public appearance in Boston since retiring

Gronk was honored at the Make-A-Wish Gala at the InterContinental Hotel on Saturday night, and in typical fashion, he couldn?t help but crack a few jokes.


// The week on TV: ?Game of Thrones? and death, the Fosse-Verdon codependency, Pulitzer history

Globe critic Matthew Gilbert?s guide to the week on the small screen.

// Benches-clearing brawl involving Reds, Pirates leads to 5 ejections

Cincinnati?s Derek Dietrich admired a home run off Chris Archer in the second inning. Two innings later, Archer threw at Dietrich.

Andrew Dreyfus on his father?s career path, the challenges facing health care, and more

Globe reporter Janelle Nanos sits down with leaders in the city?s business community to talk about their career paths, work and accomplishments, as well as their vision for Boston?s future.

Special reports

The house at 212 Forest St.

He bought the fencing coach?s house. Then his son got into Harvard

The Needham house was assessed at $549,300, but sold for nearly a million dollars. The buyer, who never lived a day there, would sell it 17 months later at a substantial loss in what may become the next chapter in the national debate over fairness in college admissions.

Munch Madness

Munch Madness | Final

// And the Munch Madness winner is . . .

Beloved Boston bakery Flour takes the cake over Sarma to clinch Munch Madness 2019.

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.


// Ground Game

It?s back! Get the latest intelligence on presidential politics from Globe reporter James Pindell. Sign up here.


Prosecutors said two college students? scam cost Apple nearly $900,000.

Prosecutors say iPhone scheme led to $900,000 loss for Apple

Two college students would send fake iPhones to Apple claiming that the device would not turn on and that it was under warranty, and not long after, a genuine replacement arrived, according to court documents.

The Big Picture

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

The Big Picture

Globe staff photos of the month, March 2019

Here?s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: a fire in the Fens, the beginning of spring, Ice Castles in New Hampshire, and the annual citywide youth Spelling Bee.

Spring House Hunt

// Bidding wars: Should home buyers add an ?escalation clause??

If you want to start an argument in a group of real estate agents, bring up escalation clauses.


// Amazon Alexa now HIPAA-compliant, allows secure access to data

Amazon unveiled software that allows health care companies to build Alexa voice tools capable of securely transmitting private patient information.