Animals to be moved from squalid Westport farm

A team from the ASPCA has been on site for a week, feeding and treating about 1,000 neglected animals as local, state, and federal authorities investigate.

Hillary Clinton.

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Tracing Clinton’s brief time in New Bedford

In 1973, Clinton went door-to-door on behalf of children with disabilities who were denied the chance to go to school.

// Trump is hoping women aren’t a lost cause

Donald Trump plans to deploy his daughter to swing states to woo independent women voters turned off by his harsh rhetoric.

// Russian spies said to hack Clinton campaign

Computer systems connected to the campaign were hacked in an attack that appears to have come from Russia, an official said.

Boston Police Department Commisioner William Evans spoke Friday.

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Drop-in camps get new rules

“You lose sight of a kid for even a second, a tragedy like this can happen,” Commissioner Evans said. “It breaks our heart.”

// Suffolk University fires back at ousted president

The chairman of the Suffolk University board of trustees fired back Friday evening at ousted president Margaret McKenna.

// Bar owner who admitted taking incentives won’t face penalty

The surprising ruling could undermine an official crackdown on “pay-to-play” in the Mass. beer industry.

// Principal who transformed school honored on retirement

Sandra Mitchell Woods oversaw the transformation of the Nathan Hale Elementary School into a coveted destination.

// No criminal charges in Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios collapse

Rhode Island officials said they will not bring criminal charges against any of the principals involved in the collapse of 38 Studios.


//[1]-12303.jpg After shooting death, program offers safety, hope, and a future

At St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, the program that helped animate the life of shooting victim Jorge Fuentes is in full flower.

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Whispers from a gilded past linger at Brookline estate

A new book tells the story of Larz and Isabel Anderson, who hosted lavish parties for Boston’s elite at their villa and gardens a century ago.

// Lawyers for Mashpee Taunton casino case expect appeal

Two lawyers who represent Taunton residents expect the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe to appeal Thursday’s ruling.

// The life aquatic with Nigella Hillgarth

Nigella Hillgarth has been seeking to spread awareness about the dangers to oceans and compel change since taking over two years ago as president of the New England Aquarium.


// The dos and don’ts of summer exercise with your dog

“Pets will not often limit or stop themselves from doing too much,” said Dr. Megan Whelan, an emergency critical care director at Angell Animal Medical Center.


// The yes and no of Pokemon Go

A very tall guy drives a car while standing, his head through the sunroof, and other unusual incidents from police logbooks.

// At 75, Dickie Scullary still swings away

Woe to the pitcher who underestimates the senior member of the Framingham Orioles.

July 29, 2016; Anaheim, CA, USA; Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello (22) throws in the first inning against Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Red Sox 6, Angels 2

Rick Porcello goes the distance in win over Angels

He limited the Angels to only five hits to run his record to 14-2.

2016 Olympics

// A guide to the Rio Olympics

When to watch, who to watch, and how to watch. It’s all here.

United States' Aly Raisman practices her floor exercise Thursday, April 7, 2016, in Everett, Wash. Competition begins Friday in the Pacific Rim gymnastics championships. (Ian Terry/The Daily Herald via AP)

Meet New England’s Olympians

More than three dozen athletes with connections to New England will compete in Rio.

Above: Beachgoers catch some sun at Impanema. Left: Visitors take photos in front of a set of Olympic rings at Copacabana Beach.

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Deals to be had for those getting last-minute Olympic fever

A search of several travel websites makes it clear that there are still many lodging options — ranging from hotel rooms to private apartments and homes — available in Rio.

What our critics say

Dance Review

// Powerful dance explores issues of race

On the Ramsay Park basketball court, Anna Myer and Dancers/ performed the world premiere of “Invisible: Imprints of Racism.”

Book Review

// New Trump book adds details but unlikely to change minds

Investigative reporter David Cay Johnston attempts to add to our understanding of the Republican presidential nominee.

Globe investigations

Private schools, painful secrets

// The unexpected price of reporting abuse: retaliation

The Globe found 15 instances of retaliation at New England private schools against students or employees who raised concerns about sexual abuse by staffers.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ‘Spotlight’

“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

Mt. Tabor, VT - 7/3/2016 - Rainbow Family members hold hands with a man dressed as an Ent as they walk into a meadow during a Rainbow Gathering in Mt. Tabor, VT, July 3, 2016.(Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)

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Into the woods with the Rainbow Family of Living Light

Born of the ’70s, an annual summer gathering alighted in Vermont this year.

Nation & World

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