Clinton leads Trump in two new polls

(FILES) This combination of file photos shows Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton(L)on June 15, 2016 and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on June 13, 2016. Two head-to-head polls released Sunday showed a resurgent Hillary Clinton taking a lead in the US presidential race, after a tumultuous month for Donald Trump, who has failed to rally confidence among voters or party leaders.If the presidential election were held today, 51 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Clinton, versus 39 percent for Trump, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll on June 26, 2016. It was conducted Monday through Thursday of last week among 836 registered voters and had a margin of error of four percentage points. / AFP PHOTO / dskDSK/AFP/Getty Images

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Weeks of provocative and outlandish behavior hurt Donald Trump’s standing in two polls released Sunday.

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ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND - JUNE 25: Presumptive Republican nominee for US president Donald Trump visits Trump International Golf Links on June 25, 2016 in Aberdeen, Scotland. The US presidential hopeful was in Scotland for the reopening of the refurbished Open venue golf resort Trump Turnberry which has undergone an eight month refurbishment as part of an investment thought to be worth in the region of two hundred million pounds. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Trump supporters echo frustrations of Brexit voters

Britain’s departure from the European Union was in part about regaining control, themes that Donald Trump and his supporters have voiced.

OPINION | KENNETH ROGOFF

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This isn’t democracy; it is Russian roulette for republics.

More than 3,000 of the nurses at Brigham and Women’s had planned to walk off the job Monday.

Brigham, nurses laud agreement that averts strike

A deal was announced early Sunday morning that avoids what would have been the state’s biggest nurses strike.

Matthew Teitelbaum looked over a contemporary glasswork installation by Josiah McElheny.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Matthew Teitelbaum’s gambit: a smarter, sexier MFA

Teitelbaum, approaching his one-year anniversary as director of the museum, has a vision that differs sharply from predecessor Malcolm Rogers.

Police ask for help identifying toddler found alone at Mattapan playground

The boy was found in apparent good health Saturday evening, but nobody had reported him missing by midday Sunday.

Truck driver charged in motorcyclist’s death in Rehoboth

Jeffery H. Fisk, Jr., of Rehoboth, is charged with driving under the influence and homicide by motor vehicle.

Body found in Lowell state forest

A dead body was found by a bicyclist travelling in the Lowell-Dracut-Tynsgborough State Forest Saturday afternoon.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/06/26/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/hyde_park_fire2.jpg Five-alarm blaze destroys Hyde Park warehouse

Chemicals used in landscaping were contained inside the building, hampering the firefighting effort.

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Anthony Clay, 49, was shot just after midnight Saturday on Harvard Street.

Roselle Levy prepared her home on Martha’s Vineyard for the rental season.

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Trouble on the HomeAway front

Policy changes and new fees have led many longtime customers of the vacation rental behemoth to go in a different direction.

Part 1

Psychiatric hospitals replaced by patchwork

Those most ill, including people at risk of committing violence, are far too often left in the care of almost anyone except the professionals that could help.

Yvonne Abraham

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/06/18/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/abrahamy-11064.jpg It’s not a system, it’s a tangled mess of impossible choices

When they closed the psychiatric hospitals, we were promised a humane, community-based solution. It’s not.

Ideas | Saul Austerlitz

Why we rank things

There is so much to see, to read, to listen to, and we will never be able to conquer it all.

JEFF JACOBY

The FDA is stockpiling military weapons — and it’s not alone

The arms race has metastasized to federal agencies with strictly regulatory or administrative functions.

Globe Magazine

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As Baby Boomers age, spending on joint replacements, bone-building drugs, and wrinkle creams could reach trillions.

22winthrop- Info from Reporter: The race is on for the right to build the tallest building in downtown Boston. Six major developers filed proposals Thursday for towers they want to put on the site of the Winthrop Square Garage, filling the sky above a tiny park in the heart of the Financial District with an array of condos, apartments, office space, and hotel rooms. (Accordia Partners, LLC.)

DANTE RAMOS

Affordable housing, cool architecture, or something else? Boston has to choose

Below-market housing, environmental sustainability, and other concessions that Boston demands from real estate projects all cost money.

Inmate Thomas LaFrance says writing letters in his cell helps him meditate. He is seeking to enter the STOP program.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Worcester jail helps inmates confront addictions

The support does not stop when these inmates walk free, officials note.

Steven Wise and Teko in the D.A. Pennebaker -Chris Hegedus film “Unlocking the Cage.”

MOVIES

How the fight for animal rights came to captivate two lauded documentarians

Should those animals that show higher cognitive autonomy — the great apes, elephants, cetaceans — have the same legal status as human beings.

Quiick Bite

Seafood is the star at Back Bay’s Saltie Girl

Crudo, platters, toasts, and tins: the ocean’s bounty, every which way

ADDRESS

Nantucket is getting small. Could the rest of Massachusetts be next?

Housing prices are sky-high on Nantucket, which could get a green light to allow for tiny homes.

Running the bases and getting prepared for games have becoming a recent struggle for David Ortiz.

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

Are we getting a glimpse of life after David Ortiz?

Foot woes are taking a toll on the Red Sox DH in his final season, and his run may end earlier than we all thought.

Opinion & Ideas

david m. shribman | commentary

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2016 is set to be remembered as one of unusual tumult, with the political establishment reduced to rubble in the US and abroad.

Globe investigations

Families in fear

The state’s plan to close psychiatric hospitals has had unintended consequences.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

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“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

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People gather at a café in Melbourne where conversation

Traveling the world, with coffee

Coffee-centric destinations such as Melbourne, Seattle, Oregon’s Portland, and Columbus now have café tours organizers say primarily attract travelers.