Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Today's Headlines from The Boston Globe

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 View web version
Today's Headlines
Page one

Van plows into pedestrians along Toronto sidewalk; 10 killed, suspect held

The van sped down the sidewalk at 40 miles per hour, witnesses said, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Police identified the driver as 25-year-old Alek Minassian. Continue reading →

If you use the Mass. Pike, the state is hoping you might take a vacation from July 26 to Aug. 11

For commuters on the Massachusetts Turnpike, late July through early August might be a good time for a vacation. Continue reading →

The war over Airbnb regulations in Boston keeps escalating

The debate in Boston had been largely civil — at least compared to lawsuits and loud protests in cities such as New York and Los Angeles — until last week. Continue reading →

Gas prices are up 15 percent - and they're probably going higher

And the increases will wipe out any gains lower-income Americans got from the recently passed tax cuts, analysts say. Continue reading →

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

Watch out for fees when renting an apartment

Elijah Botkin did something few tenants would dare to do: He refused to pay a surprise charge sprung on him by his landlord’s agent. Continue reading →

The Nation

Waffle House slaying suspect arrested after massive manhunt

Travis Reinking’s capture ended a massive search that had unnerved one of the largest cities in the South. Continue reading →

George H.W. Bush hospitalized with blood infection

Bush was admitted to a hospital Sunday, one day after his late wife’s funeral. CNN reported that Bush was in intensive care. Continue reading →

Clinton says free press is under 'open assault' in Trump era

‘‘We are living through an all-out war on truth, facts, and reason,’’ the former secretary of state said. Continue reading →

The World

Van plows into pedestrians along Toronto sidewalk; 10 killed, suspect held

The van sped down the sidewalk at 40 miles per hour, witnesses said, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Police identified the driver as 25-year-old Alek Minassian. Continue reading →

Macron will urge Trump to keep Iran nuclear deal

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, while not as close personally to Trump, will follow Friday to reinforce the message. Continue reading →

Editorial & Opinion

Editorial

Supreme Court should strike down Trump's travel ban

Nothing quite like Trump v. Hawaii has come before the court before — because no president has so readily tweeted his bigoted motives. Continue reading →

Indira A.R. Lakshmanan

With few cards to play, does Kim Jong Un hold the trumps?

Donald Trump may have met his match in the North Korean leader. Continue reading →

JOAN VENNOCHI

Elegy for a newspaper reader

They don’t make newspaper readers like Bill anymore. Continue reading →

Subscribe to BostonGlobe.com
Metro

Democrats challenge Charlie Baker's record on environment

At a Suffolk University forum organized by environmental groups, gubernatorial candidates largely offered similar views on a range of energy and environmental issues. Continue reading →

Group wages last-minute campaign to save majestic Worcester church

The demolition process on the Worcester Notre Dame Des Canadiens Roman Catholic Church began Monday, but community preservation groups aren’t giving up. Continue reading →

If you use the Mass. Pike, the state is hoping you might take a vacation from July 26 to Aug. 11

For commuters on the Massachusetts Turnpike, late July through early August might be a good time for a vacation. Continue reading →

Sports

Maple Leafs 3, Bruins 1

Maple Leafs top Bruins to force Game 7

The Bruins couldn’t close out their first-round series and will play a deciding game Wednesday in Boston. Continue reading →

Tara Sullivan

Toronto, reeling from van attack, comes together

The Maple Leafs’ victory provided a moment of diversion in a tragic day. Continue reading →

PETER ABRAHAM

Alex Cora has a long-term strategy for Red Sox, and he's sticking to it

Day-to-day circumstances won’t alter the first-year manager’s game plan for keeping players fresh for the entire season. Continue reading →

Business & Tech

BOLD TYPES

The renewal rate for Celts' season tickets: It's nearly perfect

The team can already chalk up this season as a financial success. Continue reading →

The war over Airbnb regulations in Boston keeps escalating

The debate in Boston had been largely civil — at least compared to lawsuits and loud protests in cities such as New York and Los Angeles — until last week. Continue reading →

Homes near ocean risk losing value, even in a hot market

As the spring real estate season blooms, the memory of the winter’s inundating storms hangs over water-view properties that otherwise would command premium prices. Continue reading →

Obituaries

Richard Jenrette, 89, founder of first Wall Street firm to go public

Mr. Jenrette was a courtly, soft-spoken North Carolina native whom was once called the “last gentleman on Wall Street.” Continue reading →

Bennie Cunningham, 63; won two Super Bowls with Steelers

Mr. Cunningham, a versatile tight end, starred at Clemson, where he later earned a master’s degree in secondary education. Continue reading →

Tuesday Stories

NAMES

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Lauren Hashian welcome baby No. 2

Did you hear about the baby? Not that baby. Continue reading →

TV Critic's Corner

Two shows on PBS go back to where it all began

Wouldn’t it be nice to watch something about the rise of humanity? The kind not assisted by extraterrestrials? Continue reading →

Shania Twain apologizes after saying she would have voted for Donald Trump

The Canadian singer told The Guardian she would have voted for Trump because “even though he was offensive, he seemed honest.” Continue reading →

No comments:

Post a Comment