Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas is expected to attend his sister's funeral on Saturday in Washington according to a report in the Boston Globe.
Boston Globe: “On Tuesday, New Hampshire state Rep. Robert Fisher (R) was unmasked as an architect of a men’s rights Web page where he is accused of strategizing about how to seduce women in an age of feminism and denounced [...]
Aaron Hernandez's family will receive copies of the three suicide notes that he allegedly left behind when he killed himself at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center last week, according to The Boston Globe.
Over the weekend, the Boston Globe published a story about Tom Brady’s dealings with Best Buddies, a nonprofit dedicated to helping intellectually and developmentally disabled people that Brady has lent his time and image to. The Globe discovered that Best Buddies has been making regular payments to Brady’s personal… Read more...
Another Democrat is planning to enter the race for governor in Massachusetts. Robert Massie tells The Boston Globe (http://bit.ly/2pWkSdH ) he's formed a fundraising committee and plans to formally announce … Click to Continue »
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has used his superstardom to boost one of his pet charities, and it, in turn, has helped his with significant contributions, according to a detailed account by the Boston Globe. Brady has for years had a relationship with Best Buddies International, a nonprofit organization founded to help intellectually and […]
At Gre.Co, Yoki Express, and Pho Countryside Excellent Gyros The Boston Globe’s Sheryl Julian checks out Gre.Co this week, which “excels at gyros,” she writes, praising the tender, juicy meat in the lamb version that comes with “crisp,...Show More Summary
Last month, Stat, the health and life science news site, published a story about insect detectives: entomologists who encounter people who falsely believe that their homes or bodies are infested by bugs. The story received a fair amount of attention when it was originally published online, but this Sunday a whole new audience will be...
I have an essay in the Boston Globe‘s Ideas section that takes a hard look at the popular notion that communication networks make the world a better place. Here’s a taste: If our assumption that communication brings people together were true, we should today be seeing a planetary outbreak of peace, love, and understanding. Thanks to the Internet and cellular networks, […]
Though a prison official initially said Aaron Hernandez left no suicide note, three notes were in fact found in his cell at Massachusetts' Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center, reports the Boston Globe. A statement from Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. confirmed the handwritten notes were found next to a Bible...
Harvard graduate students could get a second chance to unionize after a disputed vote sank efforts last year. The group seeking to represent the students told the Boston Globe (http://bit.ly/2pIovUk … Click to Continue »
Aaron Hernandez had “John 3:16” written on his forehead when his body was found in his prison cell early Wednesday morning, an official tells the Boston Globe. The passage, which is among the most oft-cited from the Bible, reads “For...Show More Summary
Aaron Hernandez was a convicted murderer. But his apparent suicide appears to leave the former pro-football star an innocent man — at least technically under state law. Reports the Boston Globe: In the eyes of the state of Massachusetts, former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez died an innocent man, thanks to an archaic legal […]
Aaron Hernandez was convicted of the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd, but the conviction might be vacated based on an old legal rule because Hernandez has died in an apparent suicide. According to the Boston Globe and Boston Herald, an old...Show More Summary
The chief legal counsel to the Massachusetts Bar Association tells the Boston Globe that Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction over the 2014 shooting death of Odin Lloyd will be voided after the former New England Patriots star was found dead in his prison cell early Wednesday morning. Hernandez was in the process of appealing his conviction […]
Aaron Hernandez was convicted of the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd, but the conviction might be vacated based on an old legal rule, because Hernandez has died in an apparent suicide. According to the Boston Globe and Boston Herald, an old...Show More Summary
Aaron Hernandez died an innocent man in the eyes of the law. In the eyes of the law, Aaron Hernandez died an innocent man when he committed suicide in his Massachusetts prison cell. According to the Boston Globe, the former New England Patriots tight end’s 2015 conviction for first-degree murder was still in the process of an appeal. Show More Summary
Aaron Hernandez’s life sentence for murder has come to an end. The former Patriots tight end, who scored a legal victory last week, committed suicide in prison last night, according to the Boston Globe. The Massachusetts Department of Correction issued a statement saying Hernandez was discovered hanging in his cell at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center…
The Boston Globe on Monday published a memo from editor Brian McGrory outlining the latest steps the paper is taking to restructure its newsroom as it adjusts to the evolving journalistic landscape. The Globe plan focuses on publishing stories earlier in the day, restructuring beats, creating new audience engagement and express desks, and thinking of...
President Donald Trump’s daughter won provisional approval for three trademarks in China on the same day that she had dinner with China’s president. The Associated Press, via the Boston Globe, reports that earlier this month, “Ivanka Trump’s company won provisional approval from...