Clinton calls on FBI to release all information it has on e-mails

In a press conference Friday evening, Hillary Clinton said she is confident that new emails will not change the FBI’s conclusion she should not face prosecution.


// In the campaign’s final days, an FBI lightning bolt

The news was so startling and unexpected that Donald Trump barely had time to revise his conspiracy theories.


// Did Comey give Trump a last-minute lifeline?

The FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails — 11 days before the election — is just plain wrong.


// Better late than never on new FBI e-mail inquiry

Donald Trump’s label for his opponent, “Crooked Hillary,” captures a sense, shared by millions of Americans, that Clinton flouts the rules and lies about it.

// Trump says FBI letter means ‘system might not be as rigged as I thought’

“They are going to right the ship,” Donald Trump said in New Hampshire on Friday.

The Boston Archdiocese is spending $850,000 in an effort to defeat Question 4.

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Archdiocese to spend $850,000 against marijuana legalization

The Boston Archdiocese is calling increased drug use a threat to the Catholic Church’s various health and social-service programs.

// TripAdvisor among first US travel companies to book to Cuba

The Needham-based company will receive a license from the Treasury Department to offer travel-related services to people looking to go to Cuba.

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// Requiem for Vine

Twitter announced it will pull the plug on the pioneering short-form video service. I’m sorry. I need a minute . . .


// Theo Epstein’s father has more on his mind than baseball

We called BU professor Leslie Epstein to talk baseball, but he’s clearly more concerned about the election.

Lexington High School football head coach George Peterson on the field during a game against Belmont High School in Lexington on Saturday, October 22, 2016. (Scott Eisen for The Boston Globe)

Live updates: High school football playoffs

Week 1 of the playoffs is upon us. Here’s what’s happening around Eastern Mass.

Officials say toll plaza work will snarl traffic

State officials warned commuters that the switch to all-electronic tolling will snarl traffic like a snowstorm.

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“Think of it as it’s going to snow twice a day, everyday, for 22 days,” a state highway official said.

// Supreme Court to rule in transgender case

The nation’s highest court will rule in the case of a Virginia transgender student who wants to use the boys’ bathroom.

// Smith College accused of pregnancy discrimination

A former worker has filed a complaint against the women’s college, claiming the school retaliated against her during two pregnancies and two miscarriages.

// Judge weighing DiMasi’s request for early release wants more health information

Judge Mark Wolf demanded more information Friday about the medical condition of former House Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi.

// GE’s here but the helipad remains a bit of a mystery

More details about a helipad are expected to be discussed at an upcoming City Council meeting, probably in November.

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Ideas | Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Is this place haunted? I’ve got this weird vibe

How sound you can’t hear can make you shiver, see things, and believe in spirits.

// 8 suffer minor injuries after plane catches fire at Chicago O'Hare

A runway has been closed at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport due to a “disabled aircraft” the FAA said on Twitter Friday.

// Luxury housing tower for Copley Place scrapped

The developer of the 625-foot tower cited oversupply of other luxury projects in Boston.

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// The broken covenant

Behind the fragmented state of mental health care lies a political system failure that spans decades — and continues.

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Autumn colors from around the world

Fall in the northern hemisphere showed vibrant colors around the globe.