Clinton, Trump clash in first debate

Speaking to each other with undisguised disdain, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sharply disagreed on a number of issues Monday.

The candidates debated in New York Monday.


The candidates debated in New York Monday.

Hillary Clinton was seen during the debate.

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Hillary Clinton answered a question during the debate.

HEMPSTEAD, NY - SEPTEMBER 26: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during the Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York. The first of four debates for the 2016 Election, three Presidential and one Vice Presidential, is moderated by NBC's Lester Holt. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

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Donald Trump was seen during the debate.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shakes hands with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton following the presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/)

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Donald Trump shook hands with Hillary Clinton.

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Dan Wasserman live-sketches the presidential debate

Editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman takes a look at the first presidential debate.

// Fact checking the presidential debate

Claims made during the presidential debate and how they stack up with the facts.

// Lines were out the door for debate watch party in Somerville

This wasn’t your typical bar scene. Across the Boston area, crowds gathered to imbibe and watch the first presidential debate.

debate analysis

// Debate’s big question: Did candidates connect with viewers?

Connecting with undecided voters was paramount for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in their first debate.

// Jill Stein says she was forced to leave debate site

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein says she was escorted off the Hofstra University campus on Monday afternoon.

// Probe finds discrimination at Boston Latin

US Attorney Carmen Ortiz said that a civil rights probe confirmed reports of discrimination first raised by students.

// Braintree deputy police chief is placed on leave in evidence room scandal

Wayne Foster was placed on leave amid continued fallout from a department evidence room scandal that has forced prosecutors to drop dozens of criminal cases.

// Boston Latin, Clap schools lose top standing

The schools did not meet the 95 percent participation threshold required for maintaining Level 1 standing.


When living history dies

They say old soliders never die, but try telling that to DelBrook Binns. The Greatest Generation is dying off, day after day.


// Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt reportedly had a prenup

The prenup reportedly pretty much spelled out everything — at least when it comes to money and real estate.

// Waterfront restaurant Boston hoped for might not happen

The longstanding proposal to open a restaurant at the tip of Boston’s Long Wharf was dealt a possibly decisive setback.

Boston, Ma-Sept. 15, 2016-Globe Staff Photo by Stan Grossfeld- Christian Elias, 44, the Green Monster scoreboard operator at work during a Yankees Red Sox game at Fenway Park.

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The inside stories of Fenway’s Wall

Christian Elias, the scoreboard operator who is retiring after 25 years, knows what Manny was doing in there, among other things.

// Widow of man killed by FBI during Marathon investigation charged with lying

Reniya Manukyan has been accused of making a false statement to the FBI.

// Red Sox postseason roster coming into focus

Most spots appear locked up but questions remain at third base and in the bullpen.


// Patriots cut Anthony Johnson, add John Hughes

New England swapped out defensive tackles, adding former Brown John Hughes.

// Mass. marijuana doctor should not have lost license, judge says

Canna Care Docs used nurse praticitioners to certify patients for marijuana use.


// Hey, MBTA: take this hint on overnight service

Give the advocacy group TransitMatters credit for keeping this alive an issue that matters to service workers.

Appalachian Mountain Club sells Beacon Hill HQ for $15m

A group of real estate investors and developers intends to convert the buildings on Joy Street back to residential use.

New England welcomed nearly 650 Syrian refugees in the past year

New England has taken in nearly 650 Syrian refugees from the US goal of 10,000 set by President Barack Obama.

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It’s official: New England energy is cleaner and greener

New England is one of the greenest areas of the country, leading the way to alternative energy sources. Here’s how each state is putting its natural advantages to work.

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Globe investigations

The desperate and the dead

// The broken covenant

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

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ‘Spotlight’

“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

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South Africa motorbike racing

Not far from the refurbished F1 race track of Kyalami in Johannesburg is a small, virtually dirt race track that attracts only the brave.