Milton Academy discloses sexual misconduct by former employees

Four former employees of Milton Academy engaged in sexual misconduct with students decades ago, school officials disclosed Tuesday.

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Officials at the prestigious school disclosed the sexual misconduct involving the former employees after a nine-month investigation.

// Number of hate groups in US rose last year, report says

The increase was driven by a surge in anti-Muslim groups, according to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center.

// Coast Guard rescues man from capsized boat in Bass River

At around 4 a.m., the man was located and pulled from the 37-degree water, the coast guard said.

// Northampton police stop ‘high five’ program with students

Police said that some people worried that students of color and undocumented children “might respond negatively” to the effort.

// Police investigating damage to Shaw Memorial

A police spokeswoman said officials believe the statue was vandalized.

// Driver who allegedly led police on high-speed chase pleads not guilty

Cary Guy, 24, is facing nine charges related to the chase and was ordered held on $75,000 bail.


// Lakers put Magic Johnson in charge after front-office shakeup

Johnson was named president of basketball operations as Los Angeles continues to rebuild.

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Michael Hebb listened to his defense attorney Ray Buso.

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Peabody man ordered held without bail in double slaying

A Peabody man was ordered held without bail Tuesday on murder charges in connection with a gruesome double murder.

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The Trump administration

Ground Game

// The advisers who say ‘no’ to Trump

President Trump got off to a rough start during his first month in office.


// Trump runs aground on the reef of reality

Trump now finds himself caught between a campaign rock and a governing hard place.

// New deportation rules allow far more expulsions

The new rules bring a major shift in the way the Department of Homeland Security enforces the nation’s immigration laws.

// Departing CIA official says he resigned because of President Trump

A career CIA official is describing his decision to resign from the agency in a highly public way: With an op-ed in the Washington Post.


Jimmy Garoppolo could be suiting up for another team in 2017.

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Jimmy Garoppolo is well aware of all the trade talk

The Patriots’ backup quarterback said he’s trying not to think too much about what may happen during the offseason.


Cheap Eats

// You can learn a lot about a restaurant from its meatloaf

At the Local Kitchen & Drinks in Woburn, crowd-pleasing details are par for the course.

Squid ink noodles at Porto.

dining out

Riding the waves at new Jody Adams restaurant Porto

Stick to the small plates and you’ll be shipshape.


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Trump Today

// Trump Today: Get ready for Month Two

Welcome to Trump Today, a one-stop entry point for the latest news on the 45th president of the United States.

• Schedule: Where the president is today

• News: A look at what happened yesterday

• Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Richard North Patterson

// Renewing the Democrats — and America

In 2016 Trump gave displaced Americans a vision; the Democrats never found one.

Special reports

// A life taken, but also a life lost

How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?


The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

// The San Antonio solution

One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can’t Mass. do the same?