Senate candidate Ed Markey says he will release tax returns in “near future,” but will not commit to date
After days of requests from reporters and his GOP opponent, Democrat US Representative Edward J. Markey said he will release his tax returns “in the very near future” to match the financial disclosure provided by his rival in the US Senate campaign, Republican Gabriel E. Gomez.
Too sexy for a Disney Princess?
Merida, the fictional star of "Brave," officially joined the Disney princess pantheon, and appeared on Disney's website suddenly transformed from wild-haired teenage tomboy to budding sexpot. The backlash was instant. ...
Helmet vending machines set to debut, and a cycle track in the works for the Seaport District
Last week was a big one for bike news, what with Boston Bike Week, a deluge of bike-to-work exhortations, and the release of the city's comprehensive bike crash report.
Norden brothers, injured in Marathon bombings, are back together at Spaulding Rehab
Two brothers who grew up in Stoneham, each of whom lost a leg in the Marathon bombing last month, engaged in playful competitive banter duri ...
Religious leaders working on interfaith service
Religious leaders are working with the governor's office to develop Thursday morning's interfaith service in memory of the Boston Marathon bombing victims.
Mohegan Sun adds Boston retail developer as partner in Palmer proposal
Mohegan Sun today announced a partnership with Finard Properties, a Boston-based commercial real estate investment and development company, to build a 300,000 square foot retail development as part of Mohegan's proposed casino resort in Palmer.
Top military scientist: building a cyber army with few qualified recruits
The Air Force has a message for computer geeks: send us your resumes. At least that is the word from Mark Maybury, a computer scientist at the government-funded MITRE corporation in Bedford who was tapped in 2010 to serve as the chief scientist for the US Air Force. The Lowell native and Chelmsford resident, who will return from Washington to his old job this summer, says the Pentagon is struggling to maintain its technological edge in the realm of cyberspace. And a primary reason is a lack of new talent. "If you told me I want you to hire 1,000 cyber guys tomorrow, I'd count up all my friends and might have 60 or if really lucky might find 100," he explained. "But 1,000?"
Using physics to understand human history
Archeology and physics: the two fields seem just about as different as can be. On Wednesday, William Griswold, an archeologist with the National Park Service, will explain how the two fields intersect, during a colloquium at Boston College's Weston Observatory.
CoUrbanize wants to bring the conversation about urban planning and real estate development online
If something new is being built in your neighborhood, the chances are pretty good that you don't get sufficient information about how it will affect you — or a chance to voice your opinion about it. Unless, that is, you have enough time on your hands to attend community meetings regularly. ...
Terrorism struck at one of Boston's most cherished and hallowed events
Democrat Ed Markey (left) and Republican Gabriel Gomez meet in the general election
Tom Menino (left) is stepping down after spending 20 years running City Hall
Licenses for three gambling resorts and one slots parlor are up for grabs
Boston's most notorious gangster will go on trial later this year after his 2011 capture
We recognize 150 valuable contributions UMass has made to education, innovation, health care, and more
The long saga of the shadowy man took another turn when he was convicted of killing his landlord in 1985
The former state lab chemist's case has set off a long list of court challenges
Associates of the mayor face corruption charges, but he says hes running again
We canvas the year's news and look at the serious, silly, and sublime from 2012
See the top-scoring schools and district rankings
We recap the spirited 2012 race for one of Massachusetts's seats in the US Senate
One year later, the Globe follows up on its fish mislabeling project
The Braintree native and former college professor pleaded guilty to killing three colleagues in 2010
Ex-House Speaker sentenced to 8 years in prison
Family, friends ripped the government for its prosecution of the Internet activist
A Framingham-based company has been linked to the outbreak, which has sickened dozens
The president was sworn in for a new four-year term on Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C.
Complete coverage of the US raid in Pakistan that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Coverage of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
See videos, photos, stories, and much more from this year's race
Try one of these dishes to impress Mom on her big day
Recap the winners, and see results of inaugural Red Carpet Rumble
We look back at the big winners, the dresses, the parties, and much, much more
An interactive guide to the Museum of Fine Arts' new Art of the Americas Wing.
We took up the task of naming the 25 best local music acts. Take a look, leave a comment, and create your own list.
From basketball player to brain surgeon, ballet dancers to bar owner, this year's nominees stand out for all the right reasons. Take a look at the city's Most Stylish for 2010.
Globe movie critics Ty Burr and Wesley Morris examine memorable movies of 2010.
Best of the new
2010 brought world-class fine dining in Fort Point and a boost for the home-grown food-truck scene.
We salute these health care professionals
The Boston chain's problems started with workers seeking back wages.
We review the topics that dominated the landscape, and let you have your say.
Boston has long been plagued by the perception it is unwelcoming to minority groups.
A guide to health, wealth, and happiness in later years.
The Globe 100 ranked the best-performing publicly traded companies in Massachusetts.
This year's list of the best Mass. employers takes stock of small, midsize, and large businesses.