Trump lifts Obama-era transgender protections

President Trump reversed an order from the Obama administration that allowed transgender students to use the restroom of their gender identity.

Boston has graded over 1,000 restaurants. Here are results.

Boston recently started grading restaurants based on food safety inspections. How did your favorite spots fare?

// Dakota pipeline demonstrators are arrested as protest ends

Authorities arrested some protesters at the Standing Rock Reservation who refused to depart.

//[1].jpg A look at the victims in the Peabody double slaying

Jennifer O’Connor, 40, and Mark Greenlaw, 37, were found dead at the Peabody home they shared over the weekend.

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// How wrong was Trump about Sweden?

Two days after President Trump’s comments, residents of a Stockholm suburb populated mostly by immigrants clashed with police.

// Sam Adams sales are down, and so is Boston Beer’s stock

Boston Beer had a rough 2016, and so far, 2017 is also looking bad.

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On the road to the slopes of Bethel, ME, take advantage of these pull over-worthy restaurants, shops, and attractions to elevate your trip to the next level.

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Terry O’Quinn (left) and Michael Dorman in “Patriot.”

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Television review

Hit and miss gags amid jarring shifts in Amazon’s ‘Patriot’

The series about a beleaguered spy (and folk singer) who goes undercover at a pipe factory has a lot of creative energy, even when jokes fall flat.

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// It will be in the 60s tomorrow. What happened to winter?

Something not very wintry has been going on this month to our west and south and it’s about to make a push into Southern New England.

// 7 Earth-sized planets discovered

NASA said the discovery may help to answer the question, “Are we alone?”

Dan Shaughnessy

// Christian Vazquez is ready for a restart

After basically two lost years, the Red Sox catcher says his arm is 100 percent again.

Andrew Mahoney

// A fond farewell to intentional walks gone wrong

Baseball’s decision to not require four pitches will forever eliminate the chance for a crazy play on an intentional walk.

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Schoenhof’s books, a Harvard Square landmark, will live online only

After 161 years in business, the bookstore will operate only online.

// Tom Brady is hard at work on the case of the missing jersey

A “suspect board” was posted on the quarterback’s official Instagram page Wednesday.


Aly Raisman posing for Sports Illustrated.


Aly Raisman says Sports Illustrated photoshoot ‘was one of my favorite days’

The Olympic gymnast is featured in the magazine’s new swimsuit issue.


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Trump Today

// Trump Today: President spent six of 31 days on a golf course

Welcome to Trump Today, a one-stop entry point for the latest news on the 45th president of the United States.

• Schedule: Where the president is today

• News: A look at what happened yesterday

• Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Alan M. Dershowitz

// Checks and balances can slow Trump

Our system of checks and balances extends well beyond the three formal branches of government.

Special reports

// A life taken, but also a life lost

How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?


The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

// The San Antonio solution

One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can’t Mass. do the same?

Real Estate

Carlton Fisk’s childhood home hits the market for $175,000

Built in 1865, this antique Cape-style home is historic in its own right, but it also was the childhood home of former Red Sox catcher and Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk. 38 Elm St. in Charlestown, N.H., is listed for $175,000. According to, “Pudge” lived in this home from 1947 to 1967.