Alarmed by Trump, schools protect vulnerable students

At least seven communities have sent home letters or posted statements after moves to restrict immigration and protections to transgender students.

// Massachusetts ranked best state

The Bay State topped its 49 competitors in US News & World Report’s rankings because of its strong performance in health care and education.

// High school graduation rate at all time in Bay State

Boston Public Schools also saw improvement with graduation rate climbing to 72.4 percent.

// Hernandez seems carefree as double murder trial advances

Each morning, the former Patriots star strides into court practically beaming. His lawyers get handshakes and hugs. He greets the court officers with a smile.

The Trump administration

// Conway raises eyebrows by kneeling on Oval Office couch

In photos, Conway is seen perched on her knees on the couch with her feet behind her and her shoes on.

// ‘I think he’s behind it:’ Trump blames Obama for protests

President Donald Trump said he believes that predecessor Barack Obama is riling up protesters against his administration.


// Peabody double murder suspect held without bail

Wes Doughty is accused of participating in the murder of Jennifer O’Connor and Mark Greenlaw in Peabody.

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Upgrades to Logan are necessary, but will they ever get off the ground?

Priorities include adding more parking and international flights. Massport CEO Thomas Glynn tells us the plan going forward, and if it’s feasible.

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Pedestrians walked through Kenmore Square as sunlight fell on the Citgo sign on Monday.

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A big fight is brewing over the iconic Citgo sign

Like so many real estate disputes, the fight over the neon landmark involves a longtime tenant and a new landlord who wants to jack up the rent.

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// Shorts on Wednesday, shovels on Friday?

We’re not off the weather roller coaster quite yet.


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// What happens when Trump faces an actual crisis?

The president’s rocky start has been mostly self-inflicted. What happens if he runs into something major — like a power vacuum in Iran?

Migrants from Somalia cross into Canada from the United States by walking down a train track early Sunday into the town of Emerson, Manitoba, where they will seek asylum at Canada Border Services Agency.



America, you’re now Canada’s Mexico

People are crossing the border — fleeing the United States — as the American dream moves north.

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Dinner with Cupid

// Blind date: ‘I arranged an escape plan with my best friend’

She set up an emergency text ruse with a friend. Will she use it?

Kristin Henry, a former Sterling employee, at her apartment in Florida. Henry says she was 22 when a manager tried to kiss and touch her.

Hundreds of workers at company behind Jared, Kay say culture fostered harassment

Routine sexual ‘‘preying’’ at events ‘‘was done out in the open and appeared to be encouraged, or at least condoned, by the company,’’ one manager said.

// Boston Dynamics’ new robot can jump higher than you can

Waltham robot maker Boston Dynamics is on a roll, with a fast-moving robot that gets around using both legs and wheels.


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Our weekly digest on buying, selling, and design, with expert advice and insider neighborhood knowledge.

Trump Today

// Trump Today: Turning the page with a speech to Congress

President Donald Trump’s first address to Congress will give him a chance to shift the focus back to his ambitious, disruptive agenda.

• Schedule: Where the president is today

• News: A look at what happened yesterday

• Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas


// The Bella Bond story is not over

Progress has been made in reforming the Department of Children and Families. But children are still dying.

Special reports

// The worst day in the history of Lake Winnipesaukee

On the morning of Feb. 11 — Derby Day in New Hampshire — everything looked postcard-perfect. But looks can be deceiving.


Spotlight Follow up

// Ex-teacher molested pupils, Milton Academy says

Officials at the prestigious school disclosed the sexual misconduct involving the former employees after a nine-month investigation.