State regulators said they are investigating whether large marijuana companies are violating license limits and potentially making it harder for independent entrepreneurs to compete.
Why did the thieves take those 13 pieces? The answer to that question could tell us so much.
Did the Boston FBI sabotage another bureau agent’s undercover bid to recover the paintings?
The Globe and WBUR are re-examining this epic theft and digging up new details. Come along on this 10-part adventure, analyze the evidence, and posit your own theories.
Did a serial con artist from Swampscott rob the Gardner Museum?
A short history of investigative reporting at The Boston Globe. It’s played a defining role in the pages of this newspaper since the 1960s.
The state’s failed mental health care system has led to a public safety crisis, including scores of murders by disturbed people, police shootings, and embattled institutions from courts to hospitals confronting a tidal wave of mentally ill people.
Information for the team’s tip-line, e-mail, PGP key, and USPS mail.
Why did it take a succession of three cardinals and many bishops 34 years to place children out of John J. Geoghan’s reach?
Psychiatric documents offer added insights into the Rev. John J. Geoghan’s troubled mind and the motivations behind his aberrant actions.
An investigation found that dozens of active and retired troopers allegedly put in for overtime shifts they didn’t work.
Federal air marshals have begun following US citizens not suspected of a crime or on any terrorist watch list and collecting extensive information about their movements and behavior.
It’s been more than 40 years since our national image on race was defined by the school busing crisis — years of halting progress, steps forward and back. It is high time to break that pattern.
A growing number of people who say their fathers are priests are speaking out, drawing attention to an invisible legion of suffering.
The only hospital for military veterans in N.H. has become ground zero for an extraordinary rebellion led by doctors who say care for their patients is deteriorating fast.