The Trump presidency

Trump vows to crack down on leaks, chastises NATO

President Trump called recent leaks ‘‘deeply troubling,’’ and said he is asking the Justice Department and other agencies to ‘‘launch a complete review of this matter.’’

President Donald Trump shook hands with French President Emmanuel Macron ahead of a working lunch in Brussels Thursday.

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France’s Macron just won’t let go of Trump’s handshake

At their first meeting, the two men locked hands for so long that knuckles started turning white.

// Is Alan Dershowitz defending Trump? Not quite, he says

The liberal defense lawyer seems to be defending President Trump in his public comments. But, he says, he’s just being consistent.

// Montana GOP hopeful accused of ‘body-slamming’ reporter on election night eve

Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte is being charged with misdemeanor assault after a reporter said the Republican ‘‘body-slammed him.’’

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The Millennials Issue

// The YouTube generation is listening to . . . cassettes?

It’s 2017, and your Sony Walkman needs new batteries. Why? Because cassettes are back.

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Spice-rubbed steak, plus two tasty sides, all on the grill

Cook up a couple of big juicy steaks and pair them with a tangy slaw of grilled cabbage and onions.

// Hannity says media watchdog is guilty of ‘liberal fascism’ for targeting advertisers

Sean Hannity is not happy with Media Matters for America.

// Clark chastises DeVos on school discrimination

“I am shocked that you cannot come up with one example of discrimination that you would stand up for students,” US Representative Katherine Clark said.

// North Reading’s Nana awaits her crowning moment

The 13-year-old chocolate lab is one of four finalists for the title of queen in the Grey Muzzle Organization’s virtual Senior Dog Prom.

// Flight delays rise as Logan Airport rebuilds a runway

The number of delayed flights into and out of Logan airport increased substantially in the past week after one of the main runways was shut.

// ‘Defining moments often don’t come with a warning’

Sally Yates shared some hard-earned wisdom with Harvard Law School graduates yesterday.

// Former Wayland athletic director files whistle-blower suit

Stephen Cass said he lost his job after complaining about unequal treatment of boys and girls sports teams.

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David Epstein

Will Memorial Day weekend be a total washout this year?

A storm system should give way to clear skies for some of the weekend, but another bout of rain is on the way for Sunday and Monday.

Manchester Explosion

// Manchester police to stop sharing info with United States

A British official said Manchester police have decided not to share further information on the probe with the United States due to leaks blamed on US officials.

According to CNBC, the price of a single bitcoin has recently soared to $2,200 from just $0.003 seven years ago.

Bitcoin soars: $100 in 2010 is worth $75 million today

So what’s driving the run up in price? President Trump, new legislation in Japan, and a recent global malware attack may all be factors.

From the archives | May 26, 1977

// A long time ago, in a newspaper not so far away. . .

It’s been 40 years since ‘Star Wars’ premiered in theaters. Here is what the Globe originally thought of the film.

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What does a guy have to do to get a jaywalking ticket?

In Boston, the jaywalking ticket — which comes with a mammoth fine of $1 — has proven so elusive that it borders on myth.

// Commuter rail train spews ‘black smoke’ in Hingham

The MBTA commuter rail train started smoking as it neared the Nantasket Junction station in Hingham.

// Merkel, Obama to attend podium discussion in Berlin

Later on Thursday, the chancellor will also meet current US President Donald Trump.

// Middlebury students disciplined for Charles Murray protest

No students were suspended or expelled due to the incident, which came to symbolize a lack of tolerance for conservative ideas on some campuses.

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Trump Today

// Trump Today: Russians discussed how to shape Trump’s views

The Russians focused on Paul Manafort, who was Trump’s campaign chairman at the time, and Michael Flynn, who was a campaign adviser.

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It’s the very definition of civilization.

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Spotlight Follow-up

// Doctor who faced retaliation for double-booked surgery worries wins lawsuit

Dr. James Holsapple had “vehemently objected” to doctors doing two operations at once.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// 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.


// Trump used to be more articulate. What could explain the change?

STAT asked experts to compare Trump’s speech from decades ago to that in 2017. All noticed a deterioration.