An investigation into the family of the accused Boston Marathon bombers.
The Boston Globe
The story of the manhunt.
When a 26-year-old Chinese entrepreneur pulled over to answer a text message he was carjacked by Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev. This is what happened that night and how he escaped.
A profile of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
From Southie to Santa Monica, a gangster romance on the run.
A bookkeeper’s $9 million swindle, her lavish second life, and the boss who didn’t notice.
What happens when Moneyball-style statistical analysis is applied to mixed martial arts.
In which the author’s wife attempts to break the world record in Tetris.
How an up-and-coming Boston surgeon became best known for leaving a patient on the operating table while he skipped out to cash a check.
The story of twin boys who became brother and sister.
On the Red Sox’s historic implosion:
Drinking beer in the Sox clubhouse is permissible. So is ordering take-out chicken and biscuits. Playing video games on one of the clubhouse’s flat-screen televisions is OK, too. But for the Sox pitching trio to do all three during games, rather than show solidarity with their teammates in the dugout, violated an unwritten rule that players support each other, especially in times of crisis.
On the lifestyle of a fugitive retiree, and how it came to an end.
On the people who were working at Logan Airport when the hijacked flights departed:
They are the rarely noticed casualties of the terrorist attacks: the security guard, the ticket agent, the baggage handler on the ramp. They made it home that night, but with images they couldn’t shake, a pain uncomfortable to voice. They can’t believe it has been 10 years. They can’t believe it has only been 10 years.
On the cross-country travels of the fugitive mob boss.