Like a TV legal drama, law partners fight… over databases

A closely-watched suit may establish case law on the legal and ethical parameters for leaving a law firm in the digital age.

The transition: Obama to Trump

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Perdue made Georgia history in 2002 when he became the first Republican elected governor since the aftermath of the Civil War.

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However, Donald Trump’s health pick offered no specifics on how to eliminate Obamacare while making sure individuals still have affordable insurance.

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“It surprises me that you don’t know this issue,” the Minnesota Democrat said.

Donald Trump has a late dinner at his new D.C. hotel

President-elect Donald Trump made a surprise visit to his Washington hotel two days before his inauguration.

A view of sunset and the Washington Monument from the stage being set up for the inauguration of Donald Trump.

Inaugural crowds are sure to be huge — but how huge?

Donald Trump says his inauguration will have ‘‘an unbelievable, perhaps record-setting turnout.’’ Just how true is that?

Souvenir buttons were seen on sale at a stand near the White House.

What is the ‘DeploraBall’? Depends on who you ask.

The event has become a focal point of debate over the alt-right and its white supremacist influence on the far right wing of the Republican Party.

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The hotel has stopped selling the designer’s products following a hubbub over whether he would dress President-elect Donald Trump’s wife.

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After AG investigation, Walgreens says it will improve opioid policies

The pharmacy will pay $200,000 to settle allegations that the company was lax in dispensing opioids while the state has faced unprecented numbers of opioid overdoses.

Baseball Hall of Fame

Montreal Expos outfielder Tim Raines works on his hitting during a workout at the team's training facility in Jupiter, Fla. Sunday Feb. 25, 2001. Raines, who began his career with the Expos twenty years ago, is in camp as a non-roster invitee. (AP Photo/Ryan Remiorz)

Chad Finn

The voters got it right, and other Hall of Fame voting thoughts

The election of Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell, and Ivan Rodriguez made for a great day for baseball.

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Theo Epstein looks back at World Series win with Cubs

Theo is the architect of the two greatest curse-busting teams in American sports history.

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Jerry Remy agrees to contract extension with NESN

Remy will be back for his 30th year as the lead color analyst for the Red Sox.

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

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Lou Gorman’s decision to trade Bagwell to Houston is still talked about 27 years later.

Amherst College students began working after the election as part of a national movement of college students urging campuses to do more to protect undocumented students.

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Amherst College chapel offers a refuge for immigrants

On the eve of Donald Trump’s inauguration, religious leaders will consecrate the campus chapel to symbolize solidarity with illegal immigrants.

ON, which stands for “Old/ New,” from GPinto is the first plug-and-play turntable, capable of managing all kind of audio sources, analog and digital. The turntable is designed for vinyl records, but it also has USB and Bluetooth support for digital music files.

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And now, a second act for film and vinyl

Consumers are increasingly willing to put up with the messy imperfections of analog media over the cool precision of digital.

Beer in a fridge in Florida.

BYOB is finally coming to Boston (sort of)

It’s no “Happy Hour,” but the new BYOB regulations could allow some diners (and drinkers) to get pretty spirited.

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President Obama spoke of hope, but hope is an ephemeral concept for African-Americans.

Special reports

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Black youth in Ferguson, Baltimore, and Boston are confronting the paradox of President Obama’s historic ascension and the start of the Donald Trump era.

Life sciences

STAT, a national publication from Boston Globe Media Partners, covers health, medicine, and life sciences.

Investigations

The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

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

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.