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What will the Celtics do?

NBA teams will begin reshaping their rosters Thursday night. Here’s the latest from both Brooklyn and Boston.

// Knicks’ asking price for Kristaps Porzingis is pretty steep

Speculation has swirled ahead of Thursday’s draft regarding the Celtics’ interest in the Latvian center.

// When it comes to the NBA draft, it’s all in the suit

Nationally renowned designers make sure the players are suited for the occasion.

//[1]-14176.jpg Markelle Fultz wore shoes that look like basketballs to the NBA Draft

Talk about a themed outfit.


//[1].jpg If Francisco Rodriguez is deported, we will be a smaller, meaner nation

There’s a new administration in Washington that has decided going after decent people is a lot easier than going after criminals who might fight back.

// There is now officially a Boston street named after David Ortiz

“I thank God every day for giving me the opportunity to be part of this wonderful city,” David Ortiz said.

// Watch Tom Brady sumo wrestle in Japan. Yes, you read that right

The video is pretty interesting.

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Rolling down memory lane at a soon-to-close Cambridge bowling alley

After 75 years, Lanes and Games will be replaced by apartments, and its fans will have a Mark Wahlberg film to remember it by.

// This 2-year-old survived a 16-foot fall -- because of his stuffed animal

The boy was jumping on his bed and bounced out a second-story window while clutching the toy.

Kyla Smith in her room at Boston Children's Hospital.


Girl’s intense medical journey intersected with Mayor Walsh’s

Kyla Smith was a happy, healthy, and active kid — until she wasn’t.

// Coal company sues HBO’s John Oliver for defamation

Coal company Murray Energy said a segment broadcast last Sunday was “false and malicious broadcast” and it is seeking financial damages.


// The Weekender: Bono, Wilco, Mario, and Jacob’s Pillow

The Globe’s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.

GOP opposition imperils Senate health care bill

Senator Rand Paul says he and three other Republican senators are preparing to announce their opposition to the Senate health care bill as it’s written.

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, left the chamber after announcing the release of the Republicans’ health care bill Thursday.

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Meet the Senate health care bill. Like Obamacare, only flimsier

The Senate bill retains the basic structure of former president Obama’s signature health care law, except that all the parts have been whittled down.

In a lengthy Facebook post, Obama called the legislation “rushed.”

Obama slams GOP health care bill and urges its defeat

“Simply put, if there’s a chance you might get sick, get old, or start a family — this bill will do you harm,” the former president said.

// Seth Moulton is reportedly helping lead Pelosi challenge

The Mass. congressman is reportedly one of the House Democrats leading the charge to try and force Nancy Pelosi from her leadership position.

// Two reasons why Trump came clean about not having tapes of Comey

Why President Trump decided to make this type of announcement is unclear. But what is clear is why he was in a hurry to make it.

BPD officer who appeared in racially charged video is patrolling Roxbury as probe continues

The officer was relieved of duty on June 9 and returned last week, a department spokesman said.

Woman killed when struck by train at Orange Line’s Ruggles Station

Shuttle buses are being used to move passengers between Jackson Square and Back Bay stations Thursday.

Boston Ma-12/29//2016 Kathryn Rifkin (cq) left Joseph Gilmore (cq) middle and Andy Gaus (cq) right were at Mass/Normal protest at the Massachusetts State House. They would like to see the Marijuana law signed by the Governor. Jonathan Wiggs /GlobeStaff) Reporter:Topic


Rewriting the Mass. pot law is a bad idea, but legislators are doing it anyway

The wish of the voters as expressed on the ballot deserves a certain respect and deference.

// After a tip from TripAdvisor, FCC proposes its largest fine ever

The FCC is proposing to levy a $120 million fine, which would be the largest penalty in its history, on an alleged robocall scammer.


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// 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.


// WATCH: Inside a Planned Parenthood clinic where politics don’t matter

As the debate rages in D.C. over funding for abortion providers, STAT ventured far from the capital for a close look at a clinic.