After the rape and murder of his wife, a father carries on

Richard Nunez dressed his son, Thiago, at their Stone-ham apartment. The boy suffers from a genetic disorder.

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A lawsuit Rosanna Camilo’s family recently settled cannot erase the legacy of the violence of one afternoon six years ago in Mattapan.


Dave Epstein

// A nor’easter could be headed our way, but it might not mean snow

This very cold March might be ending with a cold nor’easter, but don’t let the word “nor’easter” freak you out just yet.

The Trump administration

Evan Horowitz | Quick study

// Will GOP decimate budget to notch win on tax cuts?

The weeks ahead will reveal which matter more to Republicans: tax cuts or balanced budgets.

President Trump on Tuesday signed an “energy independence” executive order at EPA headquarters.

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Trump order softens laws on climate change

The president’s order drew sharp criticism from environmental advocates.

Clinton jabs Trump in first major post-election speech

A spirited Hillary Clinton criticized Republican leaders on everything from health care to the shortage of women appointees in top positions.

// Despite what Spicer says, questions remain on Trump-Russia ties

The question of collusion between Russian interests and Donald Trump’s campaign is far from answered.


// Are we approaching salad overload?

Wander along Boylston Street, and it can seem a bit like salad row.

// Another premier athletic shoe is setting up shop in Boston

Asics is opening a product creation and design studio near South Station.

// Medical marijuana delivered to your door

In Good Health is set to become the first to offer home delivery of the drug across most of Massachusetts.


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Could Greater Boston’s slowing population growth impact housing?

Greater Boston is growing. But not as fast as it was just a few years ago.

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// Yard signs channel the fears — and hopes — of a fraught era

The messages are direct, stark, unambiguous. And they have appeared, by the thousands, on yards across the nation.

// How healthy is your county?

Using factors that influence health, such as housing, education, jobs, and access to good foods, here’s how Massachusetts counties stack up.

// Robbery, rape suspect is ‘person of interest’ in Lynn killing

Essex prosecutors still have not charged Brian Brito in connection with Monday’s fatal shooting.

// Two parents, a baby, and a nurse who happened to be driving by

Orion and Janella White had wanted a natural birth for their second child, and nature was certainly taking charge.


Adrian Walker

// Ambitious drug treatment center may have found its ideal leader

Michael Botticelli is returning to Boston to lead a new addiction center at Boston Medical Center after serving as “drug czar” in the Obama administration.

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// Finally, some good news on boardroom diversity

Meet the GK15, companies in the Boston area with the most women and minorities on their boards.


Samantha Morton in “Harlots.”

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Hulu’s new ‘Harlots’ is as far from ‘Downton’ as you can get

The show, set in 18th-century London, is all about hookers, but it’s definitely not a fairy tale.

// Bob Woodward to speak in New Bedford on Trump and the presidency

“The disease of presidents is isolation,’’ says the legendary Washington Post journalist, who broke the Watergate story that ultimately toppled Richard Nixon.

Munch Madness

// Welcome to the Round of 8

We’re nearing the end of the tournament. Cast your vote today and see who makes it to the semifinals.

Opinion & Ideas


// For Trump, distraction is action

 Trump administration is a rabble wrapped in mendacity inside ineptitude.


//$medium.jpeg Address: The week in real estate

Our weekly digest on buying, selling, and design, with expert advice and insider neighborhood knowledge.

Special reports

Special report | Part 1

// Fleeing Syria for Trump’s America

The trip was over for these refugees. They had found a new home in Mass. But uncertainty lay ahead: Tomorrow, Donald Trump would be sworn in.


// 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.


// EPA sidestepped decision to tighten standards for lead levels

The agency provided only general guidance instead of a specific new threshold for acceptable lead levels.