Children of Catholic priests live with secrets and sorrow

A Globe review finds the children are often denied love and support and pressured to keep the scandal secret. And the church has done absolutely nothing to help.

'Free speech' rally on Boston Common

John Medlar, an organizer of Saturday’s “free speech rally” on Boston Common.

‘Free speech’ rally in Boston gets its permit — with stiff restrictions

“No weapons, no backpacks, no sticks,’’ Mayor Walsh said. “If anyone gets out of control — at all — it will be shut down.”

The Daily Stormer, the white supremacist website that promoted the Charlottesville rally and called 32-year-old rally victim Heather Heyer ‘‘fat’’ and ‘‘childless,” is listed as having two chapters in Massachusetts.

Where hate calls ‘home’ in Massachusetts

There are at least 12 organized hate groups in Massachusetts, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

// Fate of Massachusetts’ only Confederate memorial still up in the air

The memorial on Georges Island has been boarded up since June 16, an official said.

Jane Richard (center) shoveled dirt Wednesday along with other members of her family and public officials at the official groundbreaking for Martin’s Park at Smith Family Waterfront.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Youngest Boston Marathon bombing victim is remembered at park’s groundbreaking

Hundreds gathered Wednesday to celebrate Martin Richard’s legacy and break ground on Martin’s Park near the Boston Children’s Museum.

// Man drowns off Nantucket as high surf advisory is issued for southern beaches

Hurricane Gert was generating potentially life-threatening wave conditions and rip currents in Massachusetts on Wednesday.

“I Feel Pretty” costars Amy Schumer and Rory Scovel filming a scene on Salisbury Beach.


Amy Schumer films on Salisbury Beach then performs a benefit for Charlottesville victim

The actress was on the beach shooting “I Feel Pretty.”

The map uses colored dots to represent levels of education for residents age 25 and older: blue for graduate degrees, green for bachelor’s degrees, yellow for some college, orange for high school, and red for less than high school.

Where are Boston’s most educated neighborhoods?

Check out this interactive map that uses colored dots to represent levels of education for residents age 25 and older.

The path of totality will cross the United States Monday morning into the afternoon.

Dave Epstein

Skies are forecast to be clear in Northeast during eclipse

Clouds would obscure the eclipse. But a high pressure system is forecast to produce clear skies in New England.

Love Letters

Why do my ex and I still use the ‘L’ word?

We broke up, and for good reasons, and I moved away. But she still says I love you every time we talk.

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// These chefs have a message for you: Quit throwing out perfectly good food

Jamie Bissonnette, Jason Bond, and Irene Li are cooking with the whole animal or plant, and think you should, too.

Fallout from Charlottesville

Trump disbands two advisory panels after exodus

“Rather than putting pressure on the businesspeople of the Manufacturing Council & Strategy & Policy Forum, I am ending both,” the president tweeted.

Matthew Gilbert

// Vice’s in-depth Charlottesville video is a horrifying look at hatred

Embedded with the white supremacists who set up the “Unite the Right” rally, the Vice crew gives us a haunting, close-up look at organized hate.

Michael A. Cohen

// Americans must demand Trump’s resignation

A man who can’t exist beyond his own ego cannot effectively lead this nation.

// ‘Wow’: Stunned TV hosts reacted in real time to Trump’s Charlottesville remarks

“What I just saw,” a visibly stunned Chuck Todd said on MSNBC, “gave me the wrong kind of chills.

// Raw feelings are close to the surface at Fox over Trump remarks

Kat Timpf says she feels threatened but not deterred after a flood of angry responses from viewers to her criticism of President Trump’s statement.

// Ben Carson calls criticism of Trump’s Charlottesville response blown ‘out of proportion’

‘‘We the people have got to be smarter than this,’’ Carson, a retired neurosurgeon and the only African-American Cabinet member, said.

Jay Denniston, director of science for Dixie Elixirs, a cannabis company in Denver, standing in the company laboratory.

Making pot edibles is easy. Following the rules is hard

Marijuana-infused product manufacturers, which make a highly regulated product, face more challenges than most.

// Ousted Suffolk president compares herself to Priebus

In a 371-word Facebook post, Margaret McKenna criticized the university’s efforts to reform its board and search for a new president.

Amid uncertainty, state delays approval of 2018 insurance rates

Officials said they would wait until “sometime in September” to approve the rates, amid President Trump’s threat to end some subsidies.

State Police helicopter has near collision with large drone over Lawrence

The drone was in illegal airspace when the helicopter almost collided with it, state police said.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// White nationalists flock to genetic ancestry tests. Some don’t like the result

With the rise of spit-in-a-cup genetic testing, there’s a trend of white nationalists using these services to prove their racial identity.