The Boston Globe Spotlight Team -- the investigative reporting team featured in the Oscar-winning, best picture Spotlight -- is doing a six-part series on the shambles the mental health system has become in Massachusetts. And make no mistake, their system is a shambles. Show More Summary
Homelessness is not about poverty. When we think about what causes homelessness, we probably think of individuals experiencing endemic poverty that eventually forces them onto the streets. But as a new Boston Globe report reveals, there is no correlation between the number of impoverished residents and homeless residents in the U.S. Show More Summary
Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi was removed from his team's game against the Tampa Bay Rays with a leg injury, according to Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe. Continue for updates. Red-Hot Hitter Suffers Injury Wednesday, Aug. Show More Summary
The Boston Globe reports, “As Massachusetts prepares to debut all-electronic tolling on the Massachusetts Turnpike this fall, the state says it will offer drivers a slight discount for using a Massachusetts E-ZPass, rather than an out-of-state...Show More Summary
Sent to the Boston Globe, August 22, 2016"Colleges cutting ties with the SAT" (August 22) is supported by research. In a study published in 2007, UC Berkeley scholars Saul Geiser and Maria Veronica Saltelices found that adding SAT scores to high school students' grades in college prep courses did not provide much more information than grades alone. Show More Summary
Boston Globe reports, “The state’s new all-electronic tolling (AET) system will include a “hot list” feature capable of sending law enforcement officials instant alerts when cars with specified license plates or transponders pass under...Show More Summary
New England Patriots guard Shaq Mason has suffered a broken hand, according to Jim McBride of the Boston Globe. Mason had been taking first-team snaps for the Patriots at right guard. More to follow. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
It’s not a great morning for injury news concerning the Patriots. Running back Dion Lewis reportedly needs another surgery on his knee and Jim McBride of the Boston Globe reports that right tackle Sebastian Vollmer is likely headed to injured reserve. Vollmer is currently on the physically unable to perform list with an undisclosed injury.…
The hits keep coming for the New England Patriots, who will be without starting offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer longer than expected. Per Jim McBride of the Boston Globe, Vollmer will "likely" be placed on injured reserve after spending time on the PUP list with an undisclosed injury this preseason. More to follow. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Boston Globe called for the Clinton Foundation to stop taking donations and make plans to shut down by the November presidential election, and Charles Krauthammer agrees, finding the foundation’s continued operation to be overtly corrupt: They are absolutely right. Show More Summary
The Boston Globe has called for the Clinton Foundation to stop accepting donations, and if Hillary Clinton is elected, to shut it down. While the Globe praised the foundation’s work, it argues that it has been a distraction and a conflict of interest while Clinton has been in public office: “ALTHOUGH THE CHARITY founded by former President […]
The Boston Globe enables Alan Dershowitz in his abuse of terms like "anti-Semitism" and "blood libel" to control the parameters of discussion for Black Lives Matter. These are old tactics that gave him notoriety but are at last wearing thin.
Another dispatch from the vast right wing conspiracy, this time in the Boston Globe: ALTHOUGH THE CHARITY founded by former President Bill Clinton has done admirable work over the last 15 years, the Clinton Foundation is also clearly a liability for Hillary Clinton as she seeks the presidency. Show More Summary
In an op-ed Tuesday, The Boston Globe urged Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to stop accepting funds for the Clinton Foundation and to eventually just let the charitable organization die.
Boston's police do not want to be accountable for their actions: not a single officer volunteered to participate in a pilot program for the force's bodycams, which will now be randomly distributed. The Boston Globe reports [Police Commissioner...Show More Summary
Steve Smith (@nightafternight; Night After Night), formerly of Time Out, formerly a superb freelancer at the NY Times, and lately an editor at the Boston Globe, is moving on, to become the director of a new publication, The Log, at National...Show More Summary
A bumpy flight from Boston to Sacramento sent two dozen people to the hospital on Thursday evening. According to the Boston Globe, JetBlue Flight 429 encountered some bad weather over the Plains and was forced to make an unexpected landing in Rapid City, South Dakota around 7:30 p.m. Show More Summary
A JetBlue flight was diverted to western South Dakota after turbulence left more than 20 passengers and crew members injured. JetBlue spokeswoman Katherine McMillan told The Boston Globe that flight 429 was traveling from Boston to Sacramento on Thursday when it was diverted to Rapid City, S.D.,...
Albert Breer is known for his NFL reporting, from The Boston Globe to NFL Media to his current role at Sports Illustrated‘s The MMQB, and that’s probably what most of his 374,000 Twitter followers are expecting. On Thursday, they got...Show More Summary
Local lobsterman hauls in a rare blue lobster off Plymouth https://t.co/XCysiz9iXT pic.twitter.com/urO9BnTrnN — The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) August 10, 2016 Catching a blue lobster is rare. Very rare. Out of every two million lobsters,...Show More Summary