Many see a misdeal in ‘woman’s card’ remark

Donald Trump’s accusation that Hillary Clinton was playing the “woman’s card” created instant outrage.

Shirley Leung

// For women, a disappointing election season

If Hillary Clinton were playing the woman’s card the way Donald Trump thinks she is, this election would be very different.

// How a dispute over a sign is thwarting development

The three-legged marquee has now become the unlikely epicenter of a turf war between a prominent family of developers and UMass Boston.

// That awkward moment with your Uber driver

I’ve been stiffing my Uber drivers for years, and I didn’t even know it.


// Indiana is not the solid red state everyone thinks it is

GOP presidential campaigns will quickly learn that Indiana politics are more complicated than they may appear.

// Protests break out as Donald Trump speaks in Calif.

Raucous crowds of protesters took to the streets as Trump brought his campaign to Orange County.

Pedestrian struck near Boston Medical Center

The hospital alerted staffers about incident near the intersections of Massachusetts Avenue and Albany Street shortly before 8.

Suburban Diary

//,cast,othersA.jpg My son is a recovering heroin addict

Saying that — out loud and before an audience — is what I’ve been doing as an actor in a play about addiction, called “Four Legs to Stand On.”

// Outside panel to review Boston’s tourism office

The announcement comes months after a federal indictment said a city employee had warned two businesses about using non-union labor.

//[1].jpg The farm goes to the SJC

A dispute over a ballot question that would mandate all eggs sold in Mass. be from cage-free hens is headed to the state’s highest court.

04/28/16: Boston, MA: The Celtics Jared Sullinger munches on his jersey as he and his teammates on the bench watch the time run out in their season. The Boston Celtics hosted the Atlanta Hawks in Game Six of an NBA Eastern Conference Quarter Final Playoff basketball game at the TD Garden. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis) section:sports topic:Celtics-Hawks



Celtics just aren’t that good

Brad Stevens was forced to deploy patchwork lineups that had virtually no chance of succeeding.


// Did Celtics really make progress this season?

After being swept in the first round by the Cavaliers last spring, the Celtics wanted to take a major step forward.

Things to Do

// The Weekender: Kittens, Cubans, and a midnight bookstore

What to do in Boston this weekend, from Key and Peele’s big movie to the Boston Ballet’s “Swan Lake.”

/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/04/28/ At Draper, another drive into space

When the next-generation space shuttle touches down, there will be no humans at the controls, and no margin for error.

Apr 28, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announces the number one overall pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft at Auditorium Theatre. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

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Patriots have options on Day 2 of NFL Draft

The team’s positions of need remained well-stocked after the first round was completed.

Ben Volin | On Football

// Video likely contributed to Laremy Tunsil’s costly slide in draft

Miami selected the offensive lineman, once considered a candidate for the top overall choice, at No. 13.

// Patriots get their message across on draft night

The Patriots aren’t making a pick, but they are making a statement.


// ‘Never forget,’ the world said of the Holocaust. But the world is forgetting

I have always taken the Holocaust personally, and always will. But the world, I know, will not.

Ground Game


// Why Fiorina pick makes less sense than Palin

Ted Cruz, like John McCain with Sarah Palin, was looking for a game-changing moment when he selected Carly Fiorina as his running mate. This wasn’t it.

The Big Picture

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Deadly fighting returns to Aleppo

Government airstrikes and insurgent mortar attacks escalated violence and destroyed a partial truce for Syria.