E-mails investigated by FBI came from Anthony Weiner inquiry

The FBI is investigating whether there is classified information in new e-mails that have emerged in its probe of Hillary Clinton’s private server.

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

The latest

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Hillary Clinton isn’t saying anything yet about the FBI decision to investigate new emails.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan said Clinton has ‘‘nobody but herself to blame.’’


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Since his column, Thomas Farragher’s inbox has been filled with angry words from “true Catholics’’ who would like to beat some sense into him.

Women & Power | Magazine

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The Globe Magazine and the Commonwealth Institute partner to name the most noteworthy companies and nonprofits helmed by women.

Women & Power | Magazine

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Voices from the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts on fostering diversity, coping with crisis, and more.

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The Gravestone Girls put the ‘art’ in dearly departed

The Worcester-based company recreates the intricate artwork carved on old New England gravestones.

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America finds itself staring down an issue so substantial and divisive that it threatens to alter the fabric of the nation. That issue, of course, is pants.


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The number of vacant homes mired in foreclosure is on the rise in Massachusetts.

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This fall, the Old Chapel will reopen following a $21 million renovation.

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.

Smoke pours from plane on tarmac at Chicago’s 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.

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The soon-to-be outgoing commander-in-chief said in an interview he thinks the Patriots will face the Seahawks.

Foxborough MA 10/2/16 New England Patriots Jamie Collins cannot tackle Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor on 3rd down and 10 yards, Taylor escaped and threw for a first down during fourth quarter action at Gillette Stadium on Sunday October 1, 2016. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)

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Patriots’ keys to victory over the Bills

A look at Sunday’s matchup, with who has the edge in the passing and rushing games.


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The beloved Dorchester bar, known for its pizza, beer, keno, and low prices, appears to have closed down for good.

Simon Property Group is shelving plans to build a 52-story luxury housing tower at Copley Place.

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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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Northeastern University’s mascot is a husky, so campus police reached out to the city regarding the dog.

Boston,MA 07/19/07 In the Fenway, Globewatch complainant points out that open and overflowing dumpsters behind Queensberry Street apartment complexes are attracting winged and four-legged scavengers. Adult and juvenile rat emerge from under dumpster. Dumpsters here are directly behind 104 and 106 Queensberry in a common parking lot, but service several apartment complexes around this lot. (George Rizer/globe staff) section:metro Complaints about Norway rats wiht small ears sharp claws and long tail have doubled. Library Tag 10172007 Library Tag 12232010 Globe North 1,2

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Facing complaints, Quincy deals with rat problem

The rat population appears to have spiked in the last 18 months, a boom felt especially in residential neighborhoods.

Opinion | Margery Eagan

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/10/26/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/1027marijuana.jpg Countering the anti-pot hysterics with a ‘yes’ on Question 4

Enough of this “Reefer Madness” hysteria from nearly every one of our politicians fighting ballot Question 4 to legalize marijuana.

A vintage car passed in front of the Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Havana Cuba in June.

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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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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.