Corporate rentals are complicating Boston’s housing market

Several units in the new apartment building, at 101 S. Huntington Avenue in Jamaica Plain, have been leased to a corporate rental outfit.

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The growing demand for short-term units is raising concern that every-day renters are getting crowded out.

// Two Brighton homes, listed for $1 apiece but lacking buyers, face demolition

When a pair of Brighton duplexes are listed for sale at just $1 each, they are bound to attract attention.

Eight-year-old girl is injured in Jamaica Plain shooting

An 8-year-old girl was hit in one of two overnight shootings in Boston, police said.

Globe/Suffolk University poll

// Is Boston racist? City is split along racial lines

Fifty-seven percent of those who identify as black said the city is racist, compared with 37 percent of whites.


// Marty Walsh has big lead over Tito Jackson in mayoral race

The incumbent Walsh is ahead of Jackson by 31 percentage points, according to poll results.

The Trump presidency

// Susan Collins is waiting for CBO score on Senate health bill

‘‘I have very serious concerns about the bill,’’ said Susan Collins, the Republican senator from Maine.

Kellyanne Conway, senior White House Advisor, is seen during a listening session conducted by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in Washington. Senate Republicans are steering toward a potential showdown vote on their long-awaited health care bill, despite indications that they've yet to solidify the 50 GOP votes they'll need to avert an embarrassing defeat. A draft of the still-secret bill is expected to be unveiled Thursday. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

White House says Obama is to blame for Russia meddling

In a new strategy, White House officials on Sunday said the Obama administration was to blame for not taking action against Russian election hacking.

// For Jared Kushner, Somerville properties were a laboratory

As a Harvard undergrad, Donald Trump’s future son-in-law bought dozens of rental units in the city. Tenant complaints soon followed.

// Gay pride parades nationwide take on a political tone

In a year when leaders are anxious about President Trump’s agenda, organizers in New York and San Francisco were more focused on protest.

// 153 killed in Pakistan oil tanker explosion

Dozens of people raced to the scene of a tanker crash to collect fuel oil. Then an explosion happened.

The Dalai Lama greeted and blesseed Tibetan monks before speaking to a crowd at the Sheraton Boston.

In Boston, Dalai Lama preaches compassion

The Dalai Lama spoke in Boston on Sunday, gearing his message toward Tibetans continuing to practice Buddhism regardless of where they are in the world.

The well-worn spines of the Harry Potter series.

15 ways Harry Potter has changed culture since the first book was published 20 years ago

On June 26, 1997, Bloomsbury Children’s Books published a book that changed popular culture in a host of unexpected ways.

// Video shows a teen falling off a Six Flags ride — and a crowd gathering to catch her

A teenage girl escaped serious injury Saturday evening after falling 25 feet from an amusement park ride in upstate New York.


// Bristol deserves better sheriff than Thomas Hodgson

Sheriff Thomas Hodgson’s views on immigration are inflammatory and unsupportable.

// Julian Edelman among those featured in ESPN’s Body Issue

New England Patriots star Julian Edelman will strip down for ESPN’s annual Body Issue.


// Doug Fister solid but Red Sox drop rubber game to Angels

Fister pitched into the seventh inning and gave up three runs in his Sox debut.

Who put the M-E-N in selectmen?

It was a seemingly common sense suggestion: Maybe it’s time to rethink what a town calls its top governing body. Then the debate started in Wakefield.


first opinion

// I didn’t want to witness the anguish of loved ones in unbearable pain. But how could I not?

What is a caregiver supposed to do when someone you care for is in extreme pain?

gut check

// Does living in a city make you psychotic?

Research suggests that urban living may have an effect on psychosis-related episodes.

// Erin Andrews, ex-NHL player Jarret Stoll marry in Montana

Sportscaster Erin Andrews and former NHL player Jarret Stoll have tied the knot.

// Prince Harry once ‘wanted out’ of Britain’s royal family

The prince said the time he spent in the army was ‘‘the best escape I’ve ever had’’ and that he thought about giving up his title.


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