The Trump presidency

More presidential Trump seen during overseas trip

President Donald Trump visited the Western Wall in Jerusalems’ Old City earlier this week.

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The president’s first trip raised the question: To learn how to be a president, did Trump have to leave the US?

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President Trump tweeted Saturday that he will decide next week whether the US will stay in the 2015 Paris climate-change agreement.

Jared Kushner.

Kushner wanted secret channel with Kremlin, report says

Jared Kushner discussed the possibility of setting up a secret channel between Trump’s transition team and the Kremlin, The Washington Post reports.

A general view of the leader board by the clubhouse during Round 2 of the Senior PGA Championship at Trump National Golf Club on Friday.

With the PGA at Trump National, the family’s golf empire gets a boost

Over the past decade, the Trump Organization has stockpiled golf courses.

FILE - In this May 25, 2017 file photo, President Donald Trump shakes hands with French President Emmanuel Macron during a meeting at the U.S. Embassy in Brussels. Trump hasn’t done a lot of public speaking during his big trip abroad. But the president’s body language and that of those around him has spoken volumes. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

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Trump’s body language speaks volumes

The alpha-male handshake. The push to the front of the NATO pack. While abroad, Trump said plenty without speaking a word.

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The first lady wore a Dolce & Gabbana jacket that sells for $51,000, about $5,000 below the 2015 median US income.

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British Airways canceled all flights from London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports Saturday as a global IT failure causes severe disruption for travelers.

Mother, two children hurt in hit-and-run rollover in Manchester, N.H.

Police are searching for the suspect driving a blue Subaru who witnesses said was traveling 100 miles per hour in the left breakdown lane.

“Now, you may have heard that things didn’t exactly go the way I planned. But you know what? I’m doing okay,” said Clinton at the commencement.

What did Clinton really say at Wellesley? We annotated her speech

Clinton spoke at her alma mater Friday, 48 years after she graduated. She didn’t mention President Trump once. But that doesn’t mean she didn’t talk about him.

Nathan “Nick” Nickerson, the owner of Arnold’s, a restaurant, clam shack, and mini golf place in Eastham, switchef out trash bags during Friday’s busy lunch hour before Memorial Day Weekend.

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Visa shortage leaves Cape tourist businesses scrambling

A change in the seasonal worker visa program means many employers didn’t get the foreign workers they count on.

Memorial Day weekend

At Natick museum, WWII feels all too real

“It’s not a game,” said the founder of the International Museum of World War II about its haunting, teeming artifacts that should soon have three times the current exhibit space.

David Epstein

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At this point, let’s just say that Saturday and Sunday will be better than Monday.

Business advocates gear up for legal fight against ‘millionaires tax’ proposal

The proposal that would impose more taxes on the super-rich to pay for education and transportation.

book review

The seeds for David Sedaris’s comic essays on family, sex, and a lot of bad habits

The writer reveals excerpts from the diaries (from 1977-2002 for now) that he drew on to create such works as “Santaland Diaries.”

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/05/27/BostonGlobe.com/Obits/Images/71878072.jpg Zbigniew Brzezinski, national security adviser to Jimmy Carter, dies at 89

Zbigniew Brzezinski, the hawkish strategic theorist who was national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter, died on Friday.

Allston, MA- May 26, 2017: Chance the Rapper performs during the Boston Calling music festival at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, MA on May 26, 2017. (Globe staff photo / Craig F. Walker) section: arts reporter:

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Photos: Boston Calling hits Allston

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/05/26/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/mother_three_cubs_May_2016_Jill_Marquard_photo.jpg One resident recalls his encounters with the N.H. bears

The mother bear had been in his yard so many times he thought of her as part of his extended family.

Roger Moore appeared in seven James Bond movies.

Roger Moore was the skiing James Bond

Sure, other Bond movies had ski scenes, but they truly became a Bond staple in Moore’s films.

Renée Graham

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The values that Cliff Huxtable embodied were real, but the man who played him was a lie.

ADAM HIMMELSBACH

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As an intriguing offseason approaches, they clearly need to add something, but many pieces already are in place.

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Brown gave president Danny Ainge his honest opinion on some of the draft’s top prospects.

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Trump Today

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President Trump managed to keep his cool on Twitter during the entire international trip.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Andrew J. Bacevich

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Trump simultaneously affirmed and recast the war on terrorism. In doing so, he almost guarantees its continuation into perpetuity.

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Dr. James Holsapple had “vehemently objected” to doctors doing two operations at once.

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In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.

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The woman had cancer, and she wanted to go back home to Brazil. There were so many obstacles, but also a path ahead.