Yard signs channel the fears — and hopes — of a fraught era

Jason and Elizabeth DelPorto with their anti-hate sign in their Watertown front yard.

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The messages are direct, stark, unambiguous. And they have appeared, by the thousands, on yards across the nation.

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Governor Charlie Baker will join a panel of presidential appointees led by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Lifestyle

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We’re nearing the end of the tournament: Only four restaurants remain. Vote now for your favorite.

Love Letters

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They’ve moved in together. How worried should she be about finding a sexy book from his old girlfriend?

Metro

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Millennials aging out of rental apartments are looking for affordable homes with a yard and room for kids. If they can’t find them here, they’ll look elsewhere.

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Orion and Janella White had wanted a natural birth for their second child, and on the side of Route 101, nature certainly took charge.

New Orange Line trains

MBTA

The new Orange Line trains are now approaching

A mockup of the future train cars will be on display at City Hall Plaza for the public to explore.

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Residents dismayed about the locked gates at Howard Park will now have more access to the facility.

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Using factors that influence health, such as housing, education, jobs, and access to good foods, here’s how Massachusetts counties stack up.

Dave Epstein

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This very cold March might be ending with a cold nor’easter, but don’t let the word “nor’easter” freak you out just yet.

Patriots

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Coach Sean Payton said New Orleans did not want to give up its first-round pick to sign the cornerback.

Richard Nunez dressed his son, Thiago, at their Stone-ham apartment. The boy suffers from a genetic disorder.

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After the rape and murder of his wife, a father carries on

A lawsuit Rosanna Camilo’s family recently settled cannot erase the legacy of the violence of one afternoon six years ago in Mattapan.

The Trump administration

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After Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson called for the arrest of elected officials who support “sanctuary cities,” Mayor Joe Curtatone challenged him to “come and get me.”

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The Government Accountability Office will look into the costs after a request by Senator Elizabeth Warren.

STAT

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A new multiple sclerosis drug has been approved after decades of struggles to get funding and a tortuous path through the maze of drug discovery.

Columnists

Renée Graham

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There’s no debate on whether people of color, black people in particular, find Boston inhospitable.

Celtics

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Boston is alone atop the East for the first time in six years. But the team won’t be letting up.

Special reports

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

Special report | Part 1

Fleeing Syria for Trump’s America

The trip was over for these refugees. They had found a new home in Mass. But uncertainty lay ahead: Tomorrow, Donald Trump would be sworn in.

Investigations

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

STAT

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Large and lengthy outbreaks have been recently reported and, worryingly, often among people who have been vaccinated.