Alarmed by Trump, schools protect vulnerable students

At least seven communities have sent home letters or posted statements after moves to restrict immigration and protections to transgender students.

Tropical Tidbits

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Shorts on Wednesday, shovels on Friday?

We’re not off the weather roller coaster quite yet.


// ‘Game of Thrones’ actor from Worcester had boisterous nature

Neil Fingleton, who stood at 7 foot 7 and played high school and college basketball in Worcester, died over the weekend.

// Residents in Conway stunned by tornado’s wrath

Thousands of trees were downed, roads were blocked, and residences were severely damaged by the unprecedented twister.

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After 5 years, Cambridge wants movement on Harvard theater

The city could intervene if the long-vacant property’s owner doesn’t quickly move forward with redevelopment.

// Charter school is approved despite claims of ties to Turkish cleric

The school can establish a second location in Westfield despite alleged ties to Fethullah Gulen.

// Another barrier broken at the Harvard Law Review

The prestigious publication has its first black woman president, 27 years after its first black president (Barack Obama).

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Upgrades to Logan are necessary, but will they ever get off the ground?

Priorities include adding more parking and international flights. Massport CEO Thomas Glynn tells us the plan going forward, and if it’s feasible.

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Harvard ramps up lobbying as Trump is seen as threat

Harvard president Drew Faust is visiting Washington to make the case to members of Congress about changes that could affect the university.

// Republican leaders feel pressure over health care reforms

Any reform could make many unhappy — not just the 20 million covered through the law, but insurers, hospitals, and drug companies, too.


// The Lifesaving Care Act

Given that Jen Fox would be dead — or dead broke — without Obamacare, she’s defensive of it.

// Who to blame for Trump’s reduced morning tweeting: ‘Morning Joe’

The president has stopped watching the MSNBC program, according to an aide.

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Academy Awards

“La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz held the winner card with Warren Beatty and host Jimmy Kimmel looked on.

Ty Burr

Oscar gaffe created chaos and left our darker sides glued

The way “Moonlight” won the Oscar for best picture was a profound disservice to a quietly radical and most deserving movie.

// How did the wrong envelope get into Warren Beatty’s hands?

The man who reportedly handed the wrong envelope to Beatty did so moments after tweeting a celebrity photo from backstage.

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 27: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the National Governors Association meeting in the State Dining Room of the White House February 27, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Aude Guerrucci-Pool/Getty Images)

Trump says the Oscars focused too hard on politics, calls mix-up ‘sad’

President Trump says the Academy Awards ceremony “focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end.”

Kristin Henry, a former Sterling employee, at her apartment in Florida. Henry says she was 22 when a manager tried to kiss and touch her.

Hundreds of workers at company behind Jared, Kay say culture fostered harassment

Routine sexual ‘‘preying’’ at events ‘‘was done out in the open and appeared to be encouraged, or at least condoned, by the company,’’ one manager said.

Globe Magazine

// Letter to readers from a single mom struggling to get by in Boston

Sandy Guerrier, the subject of a Globe Magazine profile, responds to comments — and criticism.

// Two private citizens to fly on SpaceX trip around the moon

Two people approached the company about sending them on a weeklong flight just beyond the moon next year.


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Trump Today

// Trump Today: Father of fallen Navy SEAL wants investigation into raid

President Trump plans to sign a new refugee and immigration executive order this week.

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Opinion & Ideas


// The Bella Bond story is not over

Progress has been made in reforming the Department of Children and Families. But children are still dying.

Special reports

// The worst day in the history of Lake Winnipesaukee

On the morning of Feb. 11 — Derby Day in New Hampshire — everything looked postcard-perfect. But looks can be deceiving.


Spotlight Follow up

// Ex-teacher molested pupils, Milton Academy says

Officials at the prestigious school disclosed the sexual misconduct involving the former employees after a nine-month investigation.