The Trump administration

GOP lawmakers face angry Trump foes at town halls

Representative David Brat was one lawmaker the receiving end of constituent angst about the Trump administration.

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The administration plans to roll back protections for transgender students.

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As many as 1,000 graduates may be unfairly penalized because of their country of origin, and Mass. could be hit particularly hard.

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Welcome to Trump Today, a one-stop entry point for the latest news on the 45th president of the United States.

A view of the international bridge on the US/Mexico border in Piedras Negras on Tuesday.

Mexicans weigh the daunting prospect of deportee camps

Mexicans fear deportee and refugee camps could be popping up along their northern border under the Trump administration’s deportation plan.

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The suspect is believed to have gotten off the outbound train around 4 p.m. at Community College station in Charlestown.

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A passerby walked on a foot bridge under the Zakim Bridge in Cambridge Wednesday.

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Dave Epstein

What happened to winter?

Something not very wintry has been going on this month to our west and south and it’s about to make a push into Southern New England.

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The previous law gave police chiefs and local officials the discretion to decide if someone was “suitable” to carry a gun concealed.

Perspective | Magazine

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Britain has a long and illustrious tradition of stretching the truth. We just call it by a different name: The Pub.

Four former employees of Milton Academy engaged in sexual misconduct with students decades ago, school officials disclosed Tuesday.

Spotlight

Ex-teacher molested pupils, Milton Academy says

Officials at the prestigious school disclosed the sexual misconduct involving the former employees after a nine-month investigation.

Dakota Access pipeline opponents burned structures in their main protest camp Wednesday.

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Dakota pipeline protesters burn structures as camp ends

About 200 to 300 protesters remain at the camp near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation.

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The SS Stuyvesant, the ship/restaurant attached to Anthony’s Pier 4 that was sunk during the Blizzard of ‘78, is being removed.

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Opinion & Ideas

Editorial

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Some suggestions for diversifying the Commonwealth’s overwhelmingly white teaching force.

Special reports

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How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?

Investigations

The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

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One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can’t Mass. do the same?

Real Estate

Carlton Fisk’s childhood home hits the market for $175,000

Built in 1865, this antique Cape-style home is historic in its own right, but it also was the childhood home of former Red Sox catcher and Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk. 38 Elm St. in Charlestown, N.H., is listed for $175,000. According to Realtor.com, “Pudge” lived in this home from 1947 to 1967.