The Trump administration

Trump’s style has management experts shaking their heads

Is anyone able to say “no” to the president? Who is in charge? Lots of questions are unanswered.


Jacqueline Merritt takes her son, Marcus, when she drives for field trips and sporting events.

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In wealthy communities, poverty now out in the open

In Newton, many families struggle to pay their bills. Nearly 19 percent of families in Essex County live in poverty. Thousands above that threshold are barely treading water.

// Baker, business leaders are at odds on health care

Governor Baker’s proposal to control soaring costs by levying an assessment on companies isn’t going down well with business leaders.


Hundreds expected to gather in Boston to ‘stand up for science’

“Attacks on science are attacks on the public,” said Emily Southard, campaign director of and one of the rally’s organizers.

Yvonne Abraham

// No country for older men — or women

In a recently concluded case, the EEOC argued that Texas Roadhouse routinely discriminated against older job applicants.

// A look at when sin pays

Governments have long turned to “sin” taxes to boost revenue, and next year marijuana will be added to the slate in Mass.

After Hurricane Katrina, the federal government built a 1.8-mile barrier along Lake Borgne, a lagoon of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Sea wall plans considered to protect city

City officials are exploring the feasibility of building a vast sea barrier from Hull to Deer Island.

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Adam Himmelsbach

// Ubers, gyms, and jumpers. A night on the road with Isaiah Thomas

The night before every road game, the Celtics’ All-Star guard finds a gym for a little extra practice.


// In Boston, baseball still owns our hearts

The Patriots’ accomplishments since 2001 haven’t eclipsed what the Red Sox mean to us.

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How the ’67 ‘Impossible Dream’ ignited baseball fever

Fifty years ago, the Red Sox couldn’t raise anyone’s temperature. Then a pennant win and a World Series heartbreaker changed everything.

// Bombing survivor’s foundation helps amputee get prosthetics

A 19-year-old man who lost his legs in a car accident last year has received a new pair of prosthetic limbs.


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// Millard Fillmore was deservedly forgotten, but his politics sound familiar

The 13th president is lost in obscurity, which is a more generous fate than he deserved.

Special reports

// A life taken, but also a life lost

How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?


The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

// The San Antonio solution

One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can’t Mass. do the same?

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

Carl Yastrzemski celebrates winning the 1967 American League pennant. He led the underdog Red Sox to the pennant victory and the World Series.

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Photos: Remembering the ’67 Red Sox ‘Impossible Dream’ season

Inside a dusty yellow Kodak box lies buried treasure, the 1967 Red Sox season captured in 4,000 black-and-white negatives.

Ground Game

Ground Game | Analysis

// At Donald Trump’s press conference, an airing of grievances

The president turned a press conference into a festivus holiday — an airing of grievances.

Design New England

Design New England

// A Gardener’s Garden

The lush landscape around Andrew Grossman’s home and studio is a showcase of possibilities.