The touring production of “Hamilton” (pictured in Chicago) will be at the Boston Opera House Sept. 18-Nov. 18, 2018.

Joan Marcus

Boston run of ‘Hamilton’ will begin in September 2018, last for two months

“Hamilton’’ will settle in at the Boston Opera House for a full two months, a much longer run than customary for touring shows.

// Tom Brady is willing to play six or seven more years, Robert Kraft says

The Patriots owner said the quarterback, who turns 40 in August, reiterated what he has said on more than one occasion: He wants to keep playing.


// Sorting out the UMass mess

The public deserves to know the full story behind a projected $30 million deficit.


// Changing attitudes is harder than changing the law

The idea that we have a health care system that treats physical and mental illnesses with parity is a mirage, more aspirational than real.

Beth Teitell

// There are plenty of reasons to refuse a passenger. Leggings shouldn’t be one

Rather than be shamed by United Airlines and others, Americans in leggings should be accommodated.

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// When flying with a company benefit, what should you wear?

Leggings may be cozy, but they’re not always appropriate for travel — at least says one airline.

Red Sox

John Bazemore/AP


Who’s on first? Not Hanley Ramirez

Playing first base with his sore shoulder affects his hitting, he said, so he’ll stick to DH for now.

Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis smiles as he steps up to the podium during a news conference after NFL football owners approved the move of the Raiders to Las Vegas in a 31-1 vote at the NFL meetings Monday, March 27, 2017, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)


Raiders’ move to Las Vegas is a bit of a gamble

The NFL is hopeful about the prospects, but Sin City could present pitfalls for young players with cash to spend.

In this photo taken Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, Darshan Brahmbhatt, plugs a charger into his electric vehicle at the Sacramento Municipal Utility District charging station in Sacramento, Calif. Climate change legislation signed Wednesday, Oct. 7 by Gov. Jerry Brown calls for major utilities to compete as an alternative transportation fuel source by installing thousands of charging stations where people live, work and play. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

Electric vehicle charging stations surge as traditional gas stations fade away

At the same time as the number of traditional gas stations has declined across the country, there has been a rise in stations selling alternative fuels, primarily electric charging stations.

Deonte Thompson took the stand in the trial of Aaron Hernandez.

Chicago Bears receiver calls Aaron Hernandez ‘my guy’

Deonte Thompson, who played college football with Hernandez, made the remark after prosecutor Mark Lee asked him to describe their relationship.


// ‘I don’t know if I will ever tour again,’ Adele tells fans

Adele fans who didn’t catch her on her world tour that’s winding down may be out of luck in the future.

Canadian avalanche victims were MGH doctors

 Dr. Lauren Zeitels and Dr. Victor Fedorov were “rising young stars” at Massachusetts General Hospital.


Victor Fedorov and Lauren Zeitels were “rising young stars,” said the president of Massachusetts General Hospital.

The Trump administration

// Trump approval hits new low after failure of health care bill

Just 36 percent of Americans surveyed between Friday and Sunday approved of the job President Trump was doing, according to Gallup.

// Sanctuary cities and towns defiant in face of Sessions threats

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday he would deny certain federal funding to communities that did not cooperate with immigration authorities.

// Warren, Sanders to appear together at Boston rally Friday

Elizabeth Warren will join Bernie Sanders for a rally with the nation’s leading political progressives.

// House intel chairman met source on White House grounds

Devin Nunes has declined to name the source of the claim that communications involving Trump’s associates were caught up in ‘‘incidental’’ surveillance.

From left: Jared Kushner, Donald Trump, and Michael Flynn.

Wire file photos

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

For Trump, Russia just won’t go away

Every day brings fresh revelations about the possible links between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia.

// Warren calls on business leaders to join fight against Trump

“From the bottom of my heart, please get in this fight,” Senator Elizabeth Warren said. “It is in your economic interest to be in these fights.”

// Steve Vaillancourt, colorful N.H. politician, dies at 65

Vaillancourt found a way to put himself into the political debate and was known for his sometimes provocative remarks.

Spotlight Update

// Beyond state care, safety often lacking

People with mental illness under the supervision of the Department of Mental Health have endangered themselves or others recently, including one who died.

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: A special office for the president’s son-in-law

The Office of American Innovation will be staffed by former business executives and is intended to bring new thinking to Washington.

• Schedule: Where the president is today

• News: A look at what happened yesterday

• Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Richard North Patterson

// Staring down Putin with John McCain

McCain sees “a world in tumult” and “a growing tribalism in the West” that “evokes the toxic past.”


//$medium.jpeg Address: The week in real estate

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.


// Trump supporters blame anyone but president for bill’s failure

They blame the establishment. They blame the Democrats. They blame the media.