Health bill is in doubt as some GOP senators withhold support

epa06053279 US President Donald J. Trump (C) delivers remarks beside Republican Senator from Maine Susan Collins (L) and Republican Senator from Alaska Lisa Murkowski (R) during a meeting with Senate Republicans to discuss healthcare legislation, in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 27 June 2017. Senate Majority Leader Republican Mitch McConnell has postponed voting on the Republican-crafted healthcare bill to replace the Affordable Care Act as the bill lacks enough support to pass. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Republicans were forced to regroup after several GOP senators said they did not support the bill, and during a meeting President Trump said a defeat could be “OK.”

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 27: U.S. Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) (L) and Senate Majority Whip Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) (R) come out from the West Wing of the White House to speak to members of the media June 27, 2017 in Washington, DC. President Trump invited all GOP Senate members to the White House to discuss the healthcare bill. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Mitch McConnell says ‘good progress’ was made on health bill at Trump meeting

The Senate majority leader said after the meeting there’s a ‘‘really good chance’’ of passing the bill, but it won’t happen before July 4.

GROUND GAME

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Politically, the Maine senator has no incentive to ever vote for a healthcare bill like this.

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Senator Elizabeth Warren is telling fellow Democrats to endorse a single-payer health insurance system for the upcoming 2018 midterm elections.

US Energy Secretary Rick Perry speaks at the press briefing at the White House in Washington, DC, on June 27, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMMNICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images

Rick Perry had a whirlwind of a time at the White House press briefing

The former Texas governor was so entertaining that reporters actually cried, “Please come back!” after he was finished.

JEFF JACOBY

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Liberals say that repealing Obamacare means more people will die. But the death rate went up after Obamacare was enacted.

Your robot will serve you now — and it might make deliveries, too

Once the Cafe ArtScience robot masters its domain, it might be sent out on the streets as a delivery service. (No word yet on whether it will take tips.)

From left: Milton “Lil Rel” Howery, Amber Stevens West, David Alan Grier, Loretta Devine, and Jerrod Carmichael in NBC’s “The Carmichael Show.”

Commentary

Jerrod Carmichael went there with the N-word, and it was insulting

An episode of the NBC sitcom that used the word six times did nothing to defuse its ugliness.

Houston, TX Feb. 5 2017: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, (left) and Patriots owner Robert Kraft (right) are pictured together on the podium during the post game celebration. The Atlanta Falcons play the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston on Feb 5. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis) reporter: various topic: Super Bowl

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Hard to believe Deflategate didn’t strain Kraft/Goodell friendship

Goodell has to put Deflategate through the spin cycle one more time.

epa06052417 Google Shopping logos on a phone as European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager (R) speaks during a press conference on an Antitrust case against Google Shopping in Brussels, Belgium, 27 June 2017. The European Commission said it would fine Google with 2.4 billion euros for abusing its dominance as a search engine. EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET

Tech lab

Bravo, Europe! Google needed to be taken down a peg

The biggest tech industry event of the year just happened — perhaps the biggest of the decade.

Gisele Bundchen’s “rock star” Instagram post.

Names

Gisele is ‘a rock star for a day’

Tom Brady’s better half posted a photo of herself with a guitar on Instagram Tuesday.

Bill Belichick and Linda Holliday in N Magazine.

Names

Belichick smiles (sort of) in magazine profile pics

The Pats coach and longtime girlfriend Linda Holliday are featured in Nantucket’s N Magazine.

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The sale is the first step toward a possible major new residential development in the booming neighborhood.

Storm clouds roll over Fenway Park, prior to heavy rain and lightning, prior to baseball game between the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins in Boston, Tuesday, June 27, 2017. The start of the game was delayed due to weather. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Watch videos of the hail that pelted New England today

Thunderstorms rumbled through Massachusetts on Tuesday, dropping quarter-sized hail in some areas.

Dave Epstein

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Friday looks like a day with a lot of clouds and possible thunderstorms, but Saturday is looking like a great beach day.

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The accident earlier this month sent 15 people to the hospital.

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The Allstate insurance company ranked cities for driver safety. Boston isn’t first, or anywhere close to it.

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Despite the city’s high percentage of young workers, no Boston-headquartered company made this year’s top 100 list.

Rendering of HubWeek installation at City Hall. The HUB is being designed and developed in collaboration with award-winning design firm, CBT, and will feature more than 60 shipping containers, dozens of art installations, and 4 geodesic domesÐone of which will be taller than the Green Monster itself. (Hub Week)

HubWeek

A huge installation is coming to City Hall Plaza for the HUBweek festival

The week-long innovation festival in October will feature a new central site and headliners that include authors, journalists, and researchers.

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Governor Baker performs well in a new poll against the three Democrats who have declared challenges to him. But, warns the pollster, it’s still early.

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Ground Game

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“Pocahontas” is a racially tinged insult President Trump has hurled dozens of times at this point.

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Opioids could also cost the U.S. economy hundreds of billions as the crisis of addiction accelerates.