Campaign season splinters former Patrick team

The sheer human sprawl of Deval Patrick’s two statewide campaigns and eight years atop Beacon Hill made some measure of fracturing inevitable.

// No charges over sexual misconduct claims at Choate

Police say former staff members accused of sexual misconduct at Choate Rosemary Hall boarding school can’t be charged.

The Trump administration

President Donald Trump.

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Ground Game

How Trump’s first 100 days compares to past presidents

No president has had such a low job approval rating at this point.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// We’re a typical family. What would Trump’s tax plan mean for us?

The president’s proposal is clear in how it would help the wealthy. For the rest of us, the picture is fuzzy.

Opinion | Mike Stopa

// The triumphs of Trump’s first 100 days

We Trump supporters are positively giddy.


// Krafts and UMass end stadium talks

University of Massachusetts officials have broken off talks with the Kraft Group to build a soccer stadium near the UMass Boston campus.

// This UMass Boston program faces uncertain future

The nursing school, one of the campus’s most successful programs, is looking for a new home.

// Lansdowne Street to close during Sox games

The move comes after attacks around the world in which terrorists drove cars or trucks into large groups of people.

Boston, MA - 4/25/2017 - Performers Taya Hopkins(L), John Turner(2nd L), Carrie Mays, and Carlos Barbosa(R) run through a performance during a rehearsal for Teen Empowerment's 25th Annual Youth Peace Conference in Boston, MA, April 25, 2017. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)


‘Teen Empowerment, it gives us a voice’

The Center for Teen Empowerment will produce a play about the effects of racism in Boston, that runs Saturday at the Paramount Theatre.

// S. Boston man free on bail after decades in prison

A South Boston man who served more than 30 years in prison for a 1980 murder was freed on $5,000 bail Thursday.


Stress levels for airline passengers begin to rise at the security checkpoints.

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Despite United’s apology and settlement, don’t expect air travel to get any smoother

As the number of people flying reaches record levels this year, stress among passengers and airline staff will only get worse.


// Brigham and Women’s offers buyouts to 1,600 workers

The hospital is being squeezed as payments from insurers and the government are flattening while costs grow.

// Partners, Brigham and Women’s to pay $10m in research fraud case

The settlement resolves allegations that a stem cell research lab fraudulently obtained federal grant funding.


Shirley leung

It’s the witching hour for state’s $40b budget

Last spring lawmakers were spooked by a bigger-than-expected shortfall in tax collection. This year was supposed to be different. What gives?


FILE - In this Dec. 28, 2016, file photo, Texas A&M's Myles Garrett (15) tries to get around Kansas State offensive lineman Scott Frantz during the second half of the Texas Bowl NCAA college football game in Houston.The NFL Draft will be held April 27-29, 2017, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith, File)

NFL Draft

Browns select Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett No. 1 overall

Garrett had 31 sacks and 141 tackles in 34 games for the Aggies over three seasons.


// Red Sox can’t score for Chris Sale

Sale was dominant, but Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka was more efficient in tossing the shutout.


TV Critic’s Corner

// Where to catch (or completely avoid) the White House Press Correspondents’ Dinner

There’s the actual dinner — minus the president — and the anti-dinner, hosted by Samantha Bee.

The Weekender

// Spring traditions, ‘Art in Bloom,’ and Samantha Bee

Almost Friday already? How did that happen? Rhetorical question. Don’t care. Here are some picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.

Opinion & Ideas


// Walking in Stockholm, at the mercy of drivers

As I walked along Drottninggatan, I was aware, as never before, of being a pedestrian.

Special reports

Summer of ‘67

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn’t immune. But something was happening here.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// Zika in Brazil: one disease, two very different lives

As Brazil’s Zika babies grow up, families and medical professionals have been charting their progress.