White House won’t fight Russia sanctions bill

The White House indicated Sunday that President Trump would accept new legislation imposing sanctions on Russia and curtailing his authority to lift them on his own.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, left, and Anthony Scaramucci, the White House communications director.

In interview, White House communications director weighs in on press secretary’s appearance

Anthony Scaramucci implied that Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s physical appearance is related to how well she does at her highly public job.

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Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said President Trump would trigger “a cataclysm’’ if he fires Special Counsel Robert Mueller or pardons himself.

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It’s not yet known whether the legislation will seek to replace the Affordable Care Act or simply repeal it.

Ariannah Gervais of Dorchester, a Lincoln-Sudbury Regional graduate, said she often felt unwelcome at school.

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50 years later, Metco’s dream is still unanswered

Some students who attended suburban schools through the program say they often felt ostracized. Their accounts are hardly unique.

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The National Weather Service predicts cool, rainy weather for much of the coming week in the Boston area.

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Public health programs, such as efforts to curb smoking, have helped the lives of countless people. But these measures get little focus.


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The governing principle at Camp Moosilauke, one of the oldest summer camps in the United States, is simple and astonishingly successful: Let boys be boys.

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A jury recently sided with a fraternity that had sued Wesleyan University.

Man dies after being struck by two cars on Interstate 95

The man was in the middle of Interstate 95 waving his hands before was struck and killed early Sunday morning.

Man shot by police in Chelmsford domestic violence incident

State Police are investigating a Sunday morning shooting that involved a Chelmsford police officer.

Eight-alarm blaze strikes apartment complex in Waltham

An apartment complex under construction burned in a pre-dawn blaze, causing five buildings to collapse. Two firefighters suffered minor injuries.

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A massive fire struck an apartment complex that was under construction in Waltham.

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USS Constitution returns to Boston Harbor Sunday night

Visitors to Charlestown Navy Yard can catch a rare sight on Sunday, as the USS Constitution returns to Boston Harbor.

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Maria Menounos reflects on brain tumor surgery

In an interview with NBC’s Megyn Kelly, the TV host and Medford native said her initial reaction to the diagnosis was not what she expected.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, unveiled in 1982, was the first of its kind on the National Mall — commissioned through a nonprofit, and not the federal government.

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We’re in a war that hasn’t ended. Should we build a memorial?

Efforts to recognize Americans killed in the war on terror are bumping into a law against building a memorial on the National Mall until after a war’s end.

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A man in Washington, D.C., looking for a dropped cellphone tumbled into a building’s trash chute, where he had to be rescued.


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Appearing at Comic-Con in San Diego, the actor said Warner Bros. executives have told him that they want him to stay on.

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Chris Froome wins his fourth Tour de France title

Froome finished 54 seconds ahead of Colombian Rigoberto Uran overall, the smallest margin of his wins.

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A U.S. lawmaker says Chinese authorities have released an American college student who was arrested in their country a week ago.

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Spieth was behind by a shot after 13 holes when he went birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie to pull away from Matt Kuchar.

NYC warns about possible rabid squirrel after five people bitten

There were five reports of people being bitten by an unusually aggressive squirrel in Prospect Park in a span of a few days last week.

Gemma Arterton in “Their Finest.”

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Our movie critic provides a rundown of what he’s found interesting on the various services lately.


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Shark attacks are incredibly unlikely, but here are seven things swimmers should actually be afraid of — and how to avoid them.


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