Bridj, local on-demand bus service, is shutting down

Matthew George, 26 years old and the founder and owner of Bridj, loaded a truck with packages for delivery in August 2016.

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The CEO said the operation is shutting down after a deal fell through with a major car company.

// Five years later, DraftKings readies for its second act

The daily fantasy sports startup was a side project in 2012. Today, it’s at the top of its industry.

Reporter’s Notebook

‘It’s a tax rip-off’

More than a decade after the Globe Spotlight Team’s reporting on financial abuses by private charitable foundations, has the situation improved?

The Trump presidency

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In an interview on ‘‘Face the Nation,’’ President Trump did not appear to rule out military action if North Korea conducts a nuclear test.

// Trump in Washington Post op-ed: ‘I kept my promise to Americans’

In the opinion piece, President Trump wrote that he has transferred “power from Washington, D.C., and [gave] it back to the people.”

// Trump set up a hotline for information about criminal aliens; Twitter trolls took him literally

If the president wanted Americans to call the hotline to talk about aliens behaving badly, one man thought, well, that’s what they should do.

// Hasan Minhaj’s harshest burns at the correspondents’ dinner

President Donald Trump wasn’t there to roast in person at the dinner Saturday night. But that didn’t stop Hasan Minhaj.

// Nancy Pelosi: ‘I never thought I’d pray for’ George W. Bush to be president again

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi admitted something of a Freudian slip in an appearance on ABC’s ‘‘This Week’’ Sunday.

// Cyclist is seriously injured in Back Bay hit-and-run

A 30-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries when he was struck by a silver sedan, police said. The driver fled the scene.

NBA Playoffs: Wizards at Celtics

Boston, MA - 4/30/2017 - (4th quarter) Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder (99) and Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown (7) celebrate Crowder's three pointer for a 112-102 lead with 4:45 left in the fourth quarter. The Boston Celtics host the Washington Wizards in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals at TD Garden. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Adam Himmelsbach, Topic: 01Celtics-Wizards, LOID: 8.3.2343214657.

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Celtics survive awful start, beat Wizards in Game 1

Boston fell behind, 16-0, but owned the middle periods to take control of the series opener.

Myomo VP Gene Tacy checked a device on the arm of CEO Paul Gudonis.

Myomo pioneering an IPO that includes small investors

You might consider it a “people’s IPO.”


// Massachusetts Medical Society recommends medically supervised drug use clinics

This group wants the state to open clinics where drug users could inject opioids under doctors’ supervision.

Firefighter James Kenney directed traffic as Engine 50 returns to the firehouse in Charlestown last week.

Nearly 100, a Boston firehouse eyes new start

The 1918 firehouse is slated for a $3.8 million renovation.

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In a remote part of Vermont, 2 acres of mystery

The author didn’t know who owned the patch of woods that abuts his Vermont farm. But when he finally followed his curiosity, a chain of surprises ensued.

Globe Editorial

Trump’s presidency: What we got wrong (and right)

When few pundits gave Donald Trump much chance of victory, the Globe Opinion team tried to imagine how the world might look should he keep his campaign promises. Here’s what we got right and wrong.


// Liev Schreiber likes boxing — and Boston

From the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, the actor talks about his many ties to Massachusetts.

Scott Brown, pictured last November at Trump Tower in New York.


Scott Brown rocks out with Warrant

The former senator played guitar and sang backup vocals with the glam metal band at the Hampton Beach Casino.

Opinion & Ideas


// Trump is instinctive, but not like Reagan was

It’s OK for presidents to tout big ideas and make fast decisions, but Trump is testing the limits.

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.


// University of Utah health system CEO resigns after cancer center flap

Dr. Vivian Lee’s resignation comes after a bitter fight about the system’s cancer institute.

Real Estate

Recent home sales south of Boston (April 28)

Quincy: 46 Stoney Brae Rd. One-family Colonial, built in 1927, 2,571 square feet, 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, on 8,285-square-foot lot.