Trump to declare North Korea a state sponsor of terror

President Donald Trump said the designation will impose further penalties on the country.

Senator Al Franken.

2nd woman accuses Senator Al Franken of inappropriate touching

Lindsay Menz said that Franken placed his hand on her bottom as they posed for a photo at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010.


// Heather Unruh on Spacey allegations: ‘He strikes when they least expect it’

The former WCVB-TV anchor appeared on “Megyn Kelly Today” to talk about actor Kevin Spacey’s alleged sexual assault of her son.

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// Here’s what your workplace can do about sexual harassment

Organizations of all sizes must commit to a workplace culture of safety.

// Charles Manson dead at 83

Manson was the mastermind behind the 1969 deaths of actress Sharon Tate and six others.

// Why so many evangelicals are still backing Roy Moore

Said the preacher Franklin Graham: “So many [are] denouncing Roy Moore when they are guilty of doing much worse.” Yet many evangelicals sought President Clinton’s removal.

// Kellyanne Conway blasts the Democrat running against Roy Moore

On Fox News, the White House counselor lashed out against Doug Jones, but ducked a question on if she was encouraging Alabamans to vote for Moore.

Two turkeys set to be pardoned by President Trump are shown in a Washington hotel.

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Turkeys arrive to fancy D.C. digs ahead of White House debut

Wishbone and Drumstick will both retire to “Gobbler’s Rest” on the campus of Virginia Tech after the pardoning ceremony.

// Man allegedly posed as police officer when he sexually assaulted woman in North End

A Randolph man accused of sexually assaulting a woman in the North End ordered her to strip and tried to kiss and rub her as she fled, records show.

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A rendering of the MBTA’s planned new access gates, which will allow collection of fares via CharlieCard, smartphone, or credit card.


How you’ll pay for your ride with the T’s new fare system

New electronic readers will allow passengers to use plastic fare cards, credit cards, and smartphones to board vehicles.

// The Season Ticket podcast

Host Chris Gasper and Patriots reporter Nora Princiotti break down New England’s victory over the Oakland Raiders at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.

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// Former Patriots receiver Terry Glenn dies in car crash

Glenn was drafted seventh overall by New England in 1996 and went on to record four 1,000-yard seasons in his 12-year NFL career.

// Della Reese, singer and actress who starred on ‘Touched by an Angel,’ dies at 86

Reese, the actress and gospel-influenced singer who in middle age found her greatest fame as Tess in ‘‘Touched by an Angel,’’ has died.

Here’s when to leave to avoid the worst of the Thanksgiving traffic

If you’re looking to avoid the traffic jams over the Thanksgiving holiday (and who isn’t?) this data can help you plan your trip.

// The eaters of the free world: Food quirks nothing new in the Oval Office

Trump is hardly the only leader to have cravings. In fact, nearly every president has harbored loyalty for, ahem, niche foods. Fluffy turnips and mutton chops, anyone?

Patriots 33, Raiders 8

Patriots receiver Danny Amendola celebrated after scoring in the first half.

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Patriots were in charge from the start

The game took 3 hours and 6 minutes to play but felt over after the first 30 minutes.

Actor Armie Hammer.


Armie Hammer says Casey Affleck’s Oscar proves a Hollywood double standard

The actor said Affleck was able to win despite past harassment allegations, while director Nate Parker’s career is in ruins after a long-ago rape allegation.

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How to get different generations to work together effectively

With employees ranging from senior citizens to new college graduates, companies are using many techniques to bring them together.

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// Scott Brown is living large in New Zealand, and loving it

Of the ripples from Donald Trump’s 2016 splash, Brown’s ascension to ambassador ranks among the most unlikely. And, for the former US senator, the most fortunate.

Disrupted America

// How should a business react when an employee has extreme views?

In an instant, Chad Eisenhart was forced to confront, in a stunningly personal way, one of the most stomach-churning events since Trump’s rise to power.


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//[1].jpg He put BSO on the map — then landed in a world of trouble

One hundred years ago, one of the world’s top conductors was ensnared in a scandal involving patriotism and sex. It almost toppled Boston’s famed orchestra.

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Opinion | Margery Eagan

// Priest is building a bridge between church and LGBT community

In a church known for shipping provocative priests to a figurative gulag, James Martin has willingly stuck his neck out.

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// Dear Jeff Bezos: Come and help us build a better Boston together

An open letter to the owner of Amazon, proposing a true partnership that rewrites the relationship between a city and the big companies that call it home.


// 1 in 5 shows PTSD symptoms after cancer diagnosis, study finds

A small percentage still experienced trauma-related symptoms six years later.


// Play the crossword

Puzzled? Keep trying and see if you can triumph.

Real Estate

Ask the Gardener: How to care for dahlias over the winter

Award-winning garden writer Carol Stocker tells you what to do in the garden this week, how to store dahlias, and how to protect your trees this winter from hungry critters.