Lynn Crisci, who felt the bombs’ shock waves, worries about missing ways to ease her lingering emotional injuries.

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‘I have felt invisible from the beginning,’ one survivor says

Some Marathon bombing survivors say organizers of commemorative events exclude them from gatherings and tributes.

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// United defends decision to bar two teens from flight for wearing leggings

United Airlines barred two teenage girls from boarding a flight and required a child to change after a gate agent decided their leggings were inappropriate.

// That ‘Fearless Girl’ statue isn’t going anywhere, for now

The statue, which shows a girl looking defiantly at the Wall Street bull, was installed this month by Boston-based State Street Global Advisors.

// She was given up anonymously 8 years ago. Now, she wonders where she came from.

It’s a complex question for 8-year-old Caitlyn, one of 27 newborns surrendered anonymously under the state's safe haven law since 2005.

The great debate: To recline or not to recline


Over the years, there have been plenty of rows in the economy cabin over reclining etiquette. Who's right?


Let me be polite, because you aren’t.

Unapologetic recliners are on the same page as people who talk in movie theaters and don’t clean up after their dogs.


I want to recline, and I’m not an entitled person.

I get it: Airline seats are cramped. But let’s be clear about one thing: Those few inches in front of you are not your space.

Red Sox

Blake Swihart threw out only 2 of 11 opponents who attempted steals on him this spring.

Alex Speier

Red Sox see Blake Swihart as still ‘not a finished product’

The catcher was sent back to Triple A, where he can work on some defensive deficiencies.


// Will Boston’s waterfront get a new public park?

The Trustees of Reservations are considering five locations along Boston Harbor for a public park.

This 99-unit apartment building in Chicago doesn’t have a single parking space for residents. The building is across from a rail stop and a dedicated bike lane.

Move to the suburbs, leave your car behind

An increasing number of communities dotting Boston’s inner ring have taken steps to revisit parking requirements in certain areas.

Spotlight Update

// Beyond state care, safety often lacking

People with mental illness under the supervision of the Department of Mental Health have endangered themselves or others recently, including one who died.

The Trump administration

Jared Kushner to be questioned over meetings with Russians

Senate investigators plan to question President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner as part of their broad inquiry into ties between Trump associates and Russian officials.

From left: Jared Kushner, Donald Trump, and Michael Flynn.

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For Trump, Russia just won’t go away

Every day brings fresh revelations about the possible links between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia.

Ground Game

// In Donald Trump’s Oval Office, the buck stops elsewhere

President Trump has embarked on a days-long evolving blame game after the Republicans’ health care bill failed.

// House intel chairman met source on White House grounds

Devin Nunes has declined to name the source of the claim that communications involving Trump’s associates were caught up in ‘‘incidental’’ surveillance.


// Chicago Bears receiver calls Aaron Hernandez ‘my guy’

Deonte Thompson, who played college football with Hernandez, made the remark after prosecutor Mark Lee asked him to describe their relationship.

Michael Che says he loves Boston, after all

The “Saturday Night Live” comedian had described Boston as “racist,” but he reached out to the city on Instagram.


// ‘I don’t know if I will ever tour again,’ Adele tells fans

Adele fans who didn’t catch her on her world tour that’s winding down may be out of luck in the future.

Munch Madness

// Munch Madness: Welcome to the Round of 8

We’re nearing the end of the tournament. Cast your vote today and see who makes it to the semifinals.

Trump Today


// Trump Today: A special office for the president’s son-in-law

The Office of American Innovation will be staffed by former business executives and is intended to bring new thinking to Washington.

• Schedule: Where the president is today

• News: A look at what happened yesterday

• Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

// China takes the baton of technological leadership

President Trump’s war on science could gut America’s capacity for innovation.


//$medium.jpeg Address: The week in real estate

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

Special reports

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.


// 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.


// Trump supporters blame anyone but president for bill’s failure

They blame the establishment. They blame the Democrats. They blame the media.