Lawmakers say Flynn appeared to break law on disclosures

Michael Flynn did not inform the US government about payments he received for appearances before Russian organizations or lobbying for Turkey, documents show.

Ground Game

// Barack Obama is moving on. Democrats should also

For many Democrats, former president Barack Obama’s first public comments since leaving office provided some much-needed relief.

Opinion | Michael A. Cohen

// Homeland Security’s John Kelly is unhinged

His threat-mongering is an embarrassment to every American.

// Beer at Target’s Fenway store was too cheap, state says

Target bought 15-packs of beer for $14.25 but sold them for $11.99, and that’s a no-no under state alcohol regulations.

Aaron Hernandez

// Lawyers begin bid to vacate Hernandez murder conviction

Under Massachusetts law, Aaron Hernandez’s suicide before his appeal was exhausted means that his record can be cleared.


// Hernandez mourned in Conn.

Relatives, friends, and former teammates gathered in Aaron Hernandez’s hometown of Bristol, Conn., on Monday.


Dave Epstein

// Storm may bring less rain than initially thought

New England definitely won’t see the deluges people experienced in part of North Carolina from the same storm.

Surprise! Boston high school senior gets full college tuition

Yesica Calderon served as a leader both on the field and in the classroom, achieving a 4.8 grade point average while taking high-level courses.

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She’s a mom, a business owner, and a life-changer

How one South Shore mom’s mission to improve her son’s autism treatment led to a program that now enriches the lives of hundreds of kids.

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Whom will the Patriots draft? Here are our choices

The Patriots have only six selections in this week’s NFL Draft, but they can stockpile some talent.

Alex Speier

// Red Sox have had 25 different players at 3rd since 2013

The Red Sox just can’t seem to find the solution at third base, where they’ve used 25 different players since 2013.The Red Sox just can’t seem to find the solution at third base.

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Dustin Pedroia takes no offense at Zach Britton’s comments

“This is over,” said the Red Sox de facto captain. “We are moving on and playing baseball.”

// Ivanka Trump draws groans for defending father’s attitudes toward women

At the W20 conference in Berlin, President Trump’s daughter said her personal experience is “a testament to his belief and solid conviction in the potential of women.”


// Wisconsin is about to make Medicaid even more difficult for the poor

The state wants to mandate drug tests for Medicaid recipients, and the reaction is far from positive.

// Serena Williams responds to Ilie Nastase’s comment about her baby’s skin color

The Romanian Fed Cup captain speculated about the skin color of the baby the pregnant Williams is expecting.

// Cambridge officials don’t want city employees to fly United on public’s dime

A proposal asks for a ban on official city travel using public funds on the embattled airline, so long as alternative travel options exist.

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Connections | Magazine

I hope my daughter’s smile will be remembered

In the overwhelming darkness after her death, there have been moments of solace.

// Some baby boomers discovering they don’t have a first name

A generation ago, babies without official first names were surprisingly common. Now, some of them are dealing with tons of red tape.

The dessert tray at Le Dali in Le Meurice hotel.

Paris has changed, but its food is still a comfort

A writer returns to the city she loves, in search of the cooking that has always comforted her.

Trump Today

// Signing a flurry of executive orders

Looking to rack up victories as his 100-day milestone approaches, the orders highlight the President’s lack of success getting legislation through Congress.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Bjorn Lomborg

// Making dollars count in Haiti

If you had an extra dollar to spend making Haiti stronger and more resilient, where should it go?

Special reports

Summer of ‘67

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn’t immune. But something was happening here.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

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


// 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.


// OPINION: Broad Institute testing the limits of what ‘nonprofit’ means

The licensing of its CRISPR technology is pushing the limits of what a tax-exempt nonprofit research institute can do.