At least 4 dead in London attack, including assailant, and 20 injured

Ambulances and police officers were on Westminster Bridge in London after the attack.

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At least four people have been killed in a multi-faceted attack in London, including one police officer and the attacker.

// Donald Trump Jr. criticizes London mayor after deadly attack

It’s an online custom to react to tragic stories with messages like “thoughts and prayers.” But that doesn’t appear to be Donald Trump Jr.’s style.

The Trump administration

Representative Mark Meadows, chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, spoke about health care on March 7.

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House lacks votes for ‘do-or-die’ health care bill

Paul Ryan is convening skeptics in a meeting tonight, signaling that last-minute negotiations on the bill have reached a fever pitch.

House Speaker Paul Ryan.

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An obscure budgetary tactic could save Obamacare. Here’s how

Republicans are using an ingenious trick to filibuster-proof their repeal of Obamacare and push for tax reform. But it may end up backfiring on them.


// Romney’s health care legacy under attack, just like Obama’s

Mitt Romney shouldn’t let his party disassemble his greatest accomplishment.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Representative Devin Nunes listened during a hearing on allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Trump communications possibly ‘monitored,’ GOP lawmaker says

Representative Devin Nunes said Donald Trump’s communications may have been monitored during the transition period.

// New idea shakes up dinosaur family tree for T. Rex and pals

Tyrannosaurus Rex and his buddies could be on the move as a new study proposes changing the dinosaur family tree.

Boston University freshman Nicholas Fuentes has a nightly Web video show titled “America First.”

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The kids are far right

President Trump’s unlikely rise to power has fueled a new sect of young conservatives vying to become players in a quickly evolving right-wing media landscape.

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Boston, MA - 3/22/2017 - Barry Cadden leaves the Moakley United States Court in Boston, MA, March 22, 2017. The former co-owner of a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy was convicted Wednesday of racketeering and other charges in the 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak that killed more than 60 people and sickened hundreds more nationwide. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)

NECC co-owner convicted in meningitis outbreak

A jury found Barry Cadden guilty of racketeering and racketeering conspiracy, but refused to hold him directly responsible for the deaths.

02/23/2017 BOSTON, MA Mason Dunn (cq) of the Mass Transgender Political Coalition, spoke during a rally to support trans students held at Post Office Square in Boston. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

LGBT community top target for hate acts in Boston

Hateful acts against members of the LGBT community constituted about one-third of the city’s 275 reported hate crimes in 2016.

// In noisy rally, hundreds of Boston teachers demand new contract

The protest unfolded just before the School Committee was scheduled to meet Wednesday night to vote on a proposed $1.062 billion budget for the next school year.


Pool noodles and gummy bears in under an hour? Amazon has you covered

Prime Now allows customers of Amazon Prime to receive orders inside a one-hour or two-hour window.


// College financial aid packages usually aren’t gifts

There’s a lot more to those offer letters than the net cost.

//[1] Sperm count via smartphone? Yes, it’s a thing.

A new, smartphone-based test can assess male fertility just as easily as a pregnancy test.



// Projecting the Red Sox’ Opening Day roster

The Sox have 49 players in camp, nearly twice as many as they will have on Opening Day.

Boston MA 8/14/16 Boston Red Sox outfielders (l to r) Andrew Beninetendi, Jackie Bradley Jr., and Mookie Betts celebrate their 16-2 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks at Fenway Park on Sunday August 14, 2016. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)

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Mookie Betts is happy to be one of the new faces of baseball

The Red Sox outfielder is attractive to advertisers in part because of his joyful on-field charisma.

// How Tom Brady’s jersey was taken — and found

More details emerged about the jersey of the Super Bowl LI MVP.


Mini juicy pork dumplings at Gourmet Dumpling House in Chinatown.

Cheap Eats

After a decade, Gourmet Dumpling House is still going strong

The popular Chinatown restaurant often has lines snaking down the block. The dumplings are a treat, but don’t miss the other dishes.

Munch Madness

// Bring on Round 2!

The field has been narrowed to 32. Vote in our March Madness-style bracket to pick the most universally loved local place to eat.

Trump Today

// Trump Today: Manafort in the spotlight

The president’s former campaign chairman secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to boost the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago.

• Schedule: Where the president is today

• News: A look at what happened yesterday

• Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Jon Kingsdale

// Health bill isn’t reform; it’s a tax cut for the wealthy

The bill gives a massive tax cut for the upper class and a benefit claw-back from the poor.


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

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// Star surgeon is scrutinized on concurrent procedures

New York authorities are probing how a famed prostate specialist manages his vast patient load.


// 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.


// For insect detectives, the trickiest cases involve bugs that aren’t really there

People with delusional parasitosis believe they need help not from a psychiatrist but from an insect specialist.