The Trump presidency

Susan Collins is waiting for CBO score on Senate health bill

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, speaks amid a crush of reporters after Republicans released their long-awaited bill to scuttle much of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, at the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, June 22, 2017. She is one of four GOP senators to say they are opposed to it as written which could put the measure in immediate jeopardy. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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‘‘I have very serious concerns about the bill,’’ said Susan Collins, the Republican senator from Maine.

Kellyanne Conway, senior White House Advisor, is seen during a listening session conducted by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in Washington. Senate Republicans are steering toward a potential showdown vote on their long-awaited health care bill, despite indications that they've yet to solidify the 50 GOP votes they'll need to avert an embarrassing defeat. A draft of the still-secret bill is expected to be unveiled Thursday. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

White House says Obama is to blame for Russia meddling

In a new strategy, White House officials on Sunday said the Obama administration was to blame for not taking action against Russian election hacking.

These apartments on Dimick Street and Waldo Avenue in Somerville were once owned by Jared Kushner.


For Jared Kushner, Somerville properties were a laboratory

As a Harvard undergrad, Donald Trump’s future son-in-law bought dozens of rental units in the city. Tenant complaints soon followed.

// Is Barron Trump becoming the star of the first family?

First lady Melania Trump has laid low since moving to Washington. Her son has drawn a lot of attention.

Eight-year-old girl is injured in Jamaica Plain shooting

An 8-year-old girl was hit in one of two overnight shootings in Boston, police said.

Said Syrian Amira Elamri: “There is no certainty in our case. We’re still pending.”

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Immigration court backlog grows, and families put in peril

The crisis has put 500,000 people in limbo, deprived some families of income, and torn at the fabric of others.

// Hundreds gather to hear the Dalai Lama speak

Some people waited at least an hour at the Sheraton Boston Hotel on Sunday morning, many wearing traditional Tibetan-style dress in bright pinks and reds.

// 153 killed in Pakistan oil tanker explosion

Dozens of people raced to the scene of a tanker crash to collect fuel oil. Then an explosion happened.

Reina Rodriguez with her nephews Anthony, 4 (left), and Arnaldi, 2 (center).

‘My sister did not deserve to die’

The sister of 19-year-old Reina Rodriguez, found dead Thursday in a Braintree hotel, recalled her as sweet and caring.

Young man shaving in the morning - silhouette

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Globe Magazine

The razor wars have begun and somebody’s going to get hurt

For decades, Gillette has defined shaving. But upstarts like Harry’s may be doing more than getting under its skin.


// Marty Walsh has big lead over Tito Jackson in mayoral race

The incumbent Walsh is ahead of Jackson by 31 percentage points, according to poll results.

Bostonians are fairly evenly divided over whether theirs is a racist town.

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Globe/Suffolk University poll

Is Boston racist? City is split along racial lines

Fifty-seven percent of those who identify as black said the city is racist, compared with 37 percent of whites.

The Boston skyline.

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Globe/Suffolk University poll

It costs a lot to live here — and voters aren’t happy

The survey found that 49.2 percent of voters rated the price of housing a 1, or “very dissatisfied.”



As cameras roll at a Jamaican resort, desperate patients seek healing

Nearly 1 in 10 Americans has diabetes and patients are often desperate for miraculous turnarounds.

medical mystery

Why a honeymoon in paradise turned into a nightmare

Eliza Lape and Ben Manilla had a honeymoon in Hawaii that was unforgetable for all the wrong reasons.

BEIJING, CHINA - OCTOBER 16: Chinese commuters crowd onto a subway car on the metro during rush hour on October 16, 2014 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

gut check

Does living in a city make you psychotic?

Research suggests that urban living may have an effect on psychosis-related episodes.

A premium queen cabin at the Yotel in the Seaport District.


An exclusive look inside Boston’s first microhotel

Boston’s first microhotel opens in the Seaport District, and more micros are on the way.

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// A small fiasco inside a colossal fiasco

In Afghanistan, the United States and its allies have been bungling the easy stuff for years.


// Bristol deserves better sheriff than Thomas Hodgson

Sheriff Thomas Hodgson’s views on immigration are inflammatory and unsupportable.

Video shows a teen falling off a Six Flags ride - and a crowd gathering to catch her

A teenage girl escaped serious injury Saturday evening after falling 25 feet from an amusement park ride in upstate New York.


// The Celtics’ boring draft night, and other notes

The Timberwolves did what the Celtics should have done.


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// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

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// How a text message can mean the difference between sickness and health

I’ve learned firsthand that a simple text message can bridge patient care in and out of the hospital.