At least 19 killed in suspected terror explosion at UK concert

Manchester, UK. Police and other emergency services are seen near the Manchester Arena after reports of an explosion. Police have confirmed they are responding to an incident during an Ariana Grande concert at the venue. Reported Explosion at Manchester Arena, UK - 22 May 2017 (Rex Features via AP Images)

Police in Manchester, England, said least 19 people were killed and at least 50 were injured in an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert. Officials said they are treating the incident as terror-related.

// Social media reacts to report of explosion, fatalities at Ariana Grande concert

Twitter was flooded with reaction to reports of an explosion and fatalities at an Ariana Grande concert in England.

// It’s a wet and waterlogged commencement at BC

When Boston College’s class of 2017 reflects on their graduation, their first memory will likely be the weather.

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FDA approves Sanofi Genzyme rheumatoid arthritis drug

It’s the company’s second medicine to be OK’d this year.

// St. Paul’s School admits 13 staffers engaged in ‘sexual misconduct’

A new investigation found 13 former faculty members and staffers engaged in “substantiated” sexual misconduct.

// Body found in Franklin identified as Michael Doherty

There are no signs of foul play or trauma but the cause and manner of death are still under investigation.


// A class study of the heroin epidemic

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// Not woke and never will be

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A heads-up from state officials: ‘Fawn-napping’ is illegal

If you see a baby deer by itself, don’t fret — and don’t intervene. It’s probably just fine.

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// Is the rest of the week going to be a washout?

This week’s weather won’t be perfect, but it’s not a complete waste.

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Flynn may have lied about Russia, Democratic lawmaker says

The top Democrat on a House committee says documents suggest Michael Flynn lied to federal investigators about a trip to Russia.

// House oversight panel postpones Russia hearing

Chairman Jason Chaffetz said he will postpone a hearing scheduled for Wednesday after speaking with former FBI Director James Comey.

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In Israel, Trump puts focus on Mideast peace

President Trump said he saw the possibility of a new alignment of Muslim nations and Israel against a shared foe — Iran.

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What was that white orb Trump was touching?

It was the moment that sparked a mass of memes. So what exactly was this orb, and why were three powerful leaders touching it for so long?

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Hyde Park theater can be rebuilt, but it’s an expensive idea

Boston College students did an analysis and said $10 million would be needed to bring the Everett Square Theatre back to its former glory.

// Belligerent man in Trump hat is kicked off United flight

A man in a ‘‘Make America Great Again’’ hat was booted off a plane in Shanghai, defiantly waving as a crowd jeered: ‘‘Lock him up! Lock him up!’’

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Come summer, keep the fun going well after dusk with these tips on how to best light up your outdoor spaces.

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// Seeking peace in the Mideast, while planning cuts to Medicaid at home

The president is in Israel for the second stop on an overseas trip that has plunged him into the complex arena of the Middle East.

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// A bad ban doesn’t make for a racist school

Throwing around the r-word seems like a stretch when Mystic Valley school has impressive academic success for its students of color.

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// The last refugee: Threads of a new life in America

After escaping Syria, all Abdulkader wanted was to work. That wasn’t enough to get a job in America.


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

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// Deaf patients struggle to get adequate interpretation services in ERs

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