Many Latinos in GOP say they can’t support Trump

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Donald Trump is alienating Hispanics who consider themselves to be Republicans.

Staples CEO Ronald Sargent.

Staples CEO to step down after failed merger

Ron Sargent, head of Framingham-based Staples, will step down in the wake of the company’s failed merger with Office Depot.

// Chris Kimball takes on America’s Test Kitchen with new venture

Kimball, who recently parted ways with America’s Test Kitchen, is going head-to-head with his old operation.

On way to prom, this student inhaled a boutonniere pin

Wellesley High School senior Kathleen Garvey was determined to enjoy her prom last week — no matter what.

// Were these shorts too short to fly?

A dancer headed to Seattle from Boston was asked to change her shorts or risk not getting on a JetBlue flight.

// This year could see a record number of shark attacks

As Memorial Day weekend kicked off beach season, vacationers on both US coasts faced reports of shark attacks.

State Police shared a photo of the overturned truck.

Tractor-trailer overturns on Mass. Pike

Police estimated about four hours for cleanup and urged commuters to seek an alternate route.

Family and friends of homicide victim Keosha Gilmore sat in court for the sentencing of Christopher Jackson.

He killed his childhood best friend and is sentenced to life

Christopher Jackson, 29, was sentenced to life in prison for killing a friend who spurned his advances.

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The all gender  bathroom on the 5th floor of Boston City Hall across from the reception area for the Mayor's office.

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What should restroom signs say? Answers aren’t simple.

As all-gender restrooms multiply, so do questions about signage.

// Baker says he would sign transgender bill

Governor Charlie Baker’s decision comes after months of calculated ambiguity on the controversial issue.

If you have a neighbor whose Airbnb guests are getting out of hand, the company wants to hear from you.

Want to complain about your neighbor’s Airbnb guests? Now you can.

If you have a neighbor whose Airbnb guests are getting out of hand, the company wants to hear from you.

//[1]-11116.jpg A closer look at what happened at the Cincinnati Zoo

A look at what happened after a 4-year-old boy fell into a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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Boston’s valedictorians are from 12 countries

The 37 valedictorians from Boston public high schools have different backgrounds but are united by achievement, officials said.

BOSTON, MA - MAY 25: David Ortiz #34 of the Boston Red Sox congratulates Xander Bogaerts #2 after he hit a home run against the Colorado Rockies during the fourth inning at Fenway Park on May 25, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

David Ortiz, Xander Bogaerts leading way on All-Star balloting

Five other Red Sox players are in the top 5 at their positions in the first voting results released by MLB.

FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2015, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds up the game ball after an NFL divisional playoff football game against the Baltimore Ravens in Foxborough, Mass. A federal appeals court has ruled, Monday, April 25, 2016, that New England Patriots Tom Brady must serve a four-game


What we’ve learned from 500 days of Deflategate

The NFL’s never-ending legal drama hits a milestone this week, so let’s get pumped up about it.

// Historic tree falls on Victorian home in Newton

Nobody was home when the limb fell, and no injuries have been reported.

TV Critic’s Corner

//[1] The Elaine Dance, still kickin’ after 20 years

I’m talking about Elaine Benes, whose moves on the office-party dance floor in the episode “The Little Kicks” are classic.

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// How can we keep Boston from turning into a truly unaffordable city?

We have it better than a truly overheated market like what you see in California’s Bay Area.

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// It’s time for Walsh to come clean

Mayor Walsh should hold his staff accountable and level with the voters about who at City Hall knew what, and when.

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Ground Game

// How #NeverTrump might still be possible

If #NeverTrump wants to stop Donald Trump from getting into the White House, and still elect a Republican president, there is a way to do it.

The Big Picture

Masking the candidates

One Chinese factory is expecting Donald Trump to beat his likely US presidential rival Hilary Clinton in the popularity stakes.