The Trump presidency

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GOP bill casualty?Insurers markets

If the final version of AHCA resembles the current bill, the result will be many more uninsured Americans and a tighter connection between finding coverage and finding a job.

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 04: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks as Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price looks on during a Rose Garden event May 4, 2017 at the White House in Washington, DC. The House has passed the American Health Care Act that will replace the Obama era's Affordable Healthcare Act with a vote of 217-213. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

GOP health bill could strip insurance from 23 million

Overall, 51 million people under the age of 65 would be uninsured by the end of 2026, the Congressional Budget Office said.

// Montana GOP hopeful charged with misdemeanor assault

Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte is being charged with misdemeanor assault after a reporter said the Republican ‘‘body-slammed him.’’

// Is Alan Dershowitz defending Trump? Not quite, he says

The liberal defense lawyer seems to be defending President Trump in his public comments. But, he says, he’s just being consistent.

// Top Russian officials discussed how to influence Trump aides

Senior Russian officials were discussing how to exert influence over Donald Trump through his advisers last sumer, according to a New York Times report.

// Clark, DeVos spar over discrimination in education

“I am shocked that you cannot come up with one example of discrimination that you would stand up for students,” US Representative Katherine Clark said.

Letter from Washington

// With Trump away, D.C. unclenches, just a bit

What a change a week makes.

Cambridge, MA: 05-24-2017: Former acting US attorney general Sally Yates speaks during the Harvard Law School Class Day celebration in Cambridge, Mass. May 24, 2017. Photo/John Blanding, Boston Globe staff story/Mark Shanahan, Names ( 25SallyYates )

John Blanding/Globe Staff

‘Defining moments often don’t come with a warning’

Sally Yates shared some hard-earned wisdom with Harvard Law School graduates today.

// Troopers, FBI sued in 2013 death of Chechen in Florida

“Todashev’s death on May 22, 2013 was the result of excessive force by FBI agents,” the complaint by the estate of Ibragim Todashev said.

BOSTON, MA - 5/23/2017: Boston Globe reporter Dugan Arnett crosses Boylston Street trying to get a jaywalking ticket in Boston. (David L Ryan/Globe Staff Photo) SECTION: LIFESTYLE TOPIC jaywalkinglive

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

What does a guy have to do to get a jaywalking ticket in this town?

In Boston, the jaywalking ticket — which comes with a mammoth fine of $1 — has proven so elusive that it borders on myth.

An American flag flies over PNC Park during a baseball game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Milwaukee Brewers in Pittsburgh, Sunday, May 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Yvonne Abraham

What’s your American Dream Score?

A new online quiz can give you a summary of the factors that contribute to your success, and those that hold you back.

// Hannity says media watchdog is guilty of ‘liberal fascism’ for targeting advertisers

Sean Hannity is not happy with Media Matters for America.


// NIMBYism shouldn’t stall Charlestown project

This is not your standard NIMBYism.

Boston, MA., 05/24/17, Paving in prociess on runway 22L. Two runways at Logan Airport are closed due to two reasons: repaving of the runway and the rebuilding of a pier which holds the approach lighting system for one of the runways. Globe staff/Suzanne Kreiter

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

Flight delays rise as Logan Airport rebuilds a runway

The number of delayed flights into and out of Logan airport increased substantially in the past week after one of the main runways was shut.

// 80-year-old woman robbed while visiting grandmother’s grave

Anne Ogden was planting red geraniums in front of her grandmother’s grave in Lawrence when she heard the thief coming.


// No strikeout record for Chris Sale, but Red Sox win

Chris Sale failed to break the record of eight consecutive double-digit strikeout games in a single season.

// Stopping the presses

Four stories tall, as loud as a locomotive, and with at least as many moving parts, The Boston Globe’s printing presses on Morrissey Boulevard will come to a stop next month.

Art Review

// Mass MoCA expands — and mounts a standout set of new shows

The North Adams museum has gotten a lot bigger — and even better.

// Boston Calling humors fans with an expanded comedy stage

The festival will feature an eclectic mix, from locals to up-and-comers to national stars like Hannibal Buress and Tig Notaro.

Manchester Explosion

// Two more arrested over Manchester bombing

Greater Manchester Police say two men were arrested overnight in Manchester and in the Withington area in the south of the city.


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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.


// Trump used to be more articulate. What could explain the change?

STAT asked experts to compare Trump’s speech from decades ago to that in 2017. All noticed a deterioration.