The Trump administration

Trump signs order rolling back climate rules

President Trump has signed an executive order that will roll back many of former President Barack Obama’s efforts to curb global warming.

FILE - This Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, file photo shows a section of the border fence along the U.S.-Mexico border in Brownsville, Texas. As a billionaire business tycoon, Donald Trump forged deals to acquire or develop casinos, luxury condo towers and lush golf courses. Now, as president, Trump aims to build perhaps his most ambitious and certainly his most contentious structure yet: A wall along the nearly 2,000-mile border between the United States and Mexico. (Jason Hoekema/The Brownsville Herald via AP, File)


Trump has a plan to pay for the wall — and it involves cuts

President Trump wants to cut programs like medical research, infrastructure, and community grants so US taxpayers, not Mexico, can cover the border wall.

// Mass. sheriff says officials who support ‘sanctuary city’ pledges should be arrested

Thomas Hodgson pointed to Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone, both of whom support “sanctuary city” pledges.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes.

What’s behind the calls for Nunes to recuse himself?

A quick guide to why some are calling for US Representative Devin Nunes to step aside from the Russia probe.

// Trump administration reportedly tried to block Yates from testifying on Russia

The White House called the story “entirely false” in a statement Tuesday morning.


// Police seize pot, heroin, cocaine and dozens of pills in Mattapan

Authorities uncovered an alleged trafficking operation after officers broke up a suspected drug deal and searched a home.

// Westford hiker survives night in White Mountain National Forest

New Hampshire officials applauded the man for bringing extra clothes on what was supposed to be a day hike in the Pemigewasset Wilderness.

Man found slain in New Hampshire home

The man was discovered inside the Manchester home shortly after 3 a.m. Tuesday.

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// Jeff Sessions is wrong on immigration law, and he knows it

Threatening to withhold public safety funding to force local jurisdictions to ignore the Constitution is unconscionable.


// Opposing coaches impressed with Patriots’ offseason moves

Bill Belichick skipped the AFC coaches breakfast Tuesday morning, but he was still a big topic of conversation.

// Today is a terrible day to be a Falcons fan

If today’s date, 3/28, doesn’t seem familiar, it should.

// Here are the rule changes NFL owners approved

From prohibiting ‘‘leapers’’ who try to block field goals and extra points to allowing referees to use tablets to review plays, here’s a look at the NFL rule changes.

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// In the Millennium Tower, a visit to Pabu, where the sashimi is pristine

When the elevator is private, when a celebrity chef is involved, and when the fish soup costs $59, Pabu — “pub” in Japanese — has lost the right to the term.

Perspective | Magazine

// Millennials have every right to complain, and should do it

Decisions made by older generations have hit us hard, and we should be able to point them out without being called whiny.

Musicians play their instruments across the street from the State House during Arts Matter Advocacy Day.

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Arts leaders march to State House to urge more support for culture

Hundreds of arts advocates from around Massachusetts are descending on Beacon Hill as part of Arts Matter Advocacy Day.

// Christy Mihos, one-time independent candidate for governor, dies at 67

Mihos was diagnosed last month with Stage 4 pancreatic and liver cancer and he died on Friday in Florida.



//$large.jpg Marathon bombings movie ‘Stronger’ gets an official release date

The film, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, chronicles the story of survivor Jeff Bauman.


// Steven Tyler celebrates with Chewbacca

The Aerosmith singer got to hang out with Chewie while marking his 69th birthday at Disneyland.

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: The president calls Russia concerns a ‘hoax’

The president made the comment despite confirmation last week in a congressional hearing that the FBI is investigating Trump-Russia ties.

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• Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Renée Graham

// Yes, Boston, you are racist

There’s no debate on whether people of color, black people in particular, find Boston inhospitable.


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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.


// EPA sidestepped decision to tighten standards for lead levels

The agency provided only general guidance instead of a specific new threshold for acceptable lead levels.