Clinton, Trump don’t hold back in Round 1

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

James Pindell | Analysis

// Trump didn’t lose the debate. Clinton won it

All Donald Trump did was utter the same lines he gives to his partisan audiences at rallies.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Memorable debate moments

There were a number of well-turned phrases — even a few that stood up to Lloyd Bentsen’s “You’re no Jack Kennedy.”

// Fact checking the presidential debate

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


// Donald Trump’s alternative universe

The scary part is that millions of voters have already taken up residence in Trump World.


// Hillary Clinton not good enough to stop her slide

Clinton’s campaign is rapidly losing altitude, a fact that her supporters and the press can no longer deny.

Dan Wasserman

//[1]-1800.jpg An illustrative look at the first presidential debate

Editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman examines Monday night’s debate.

US Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz called for sweeping reforms at Boston Latin School after the report was issued.

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Ex-Boston Latin headmaster fires back at federal report

“The picture painted in the US attorney’s report could not be further from the reality of life at the school,” Lynne Mooney Teta said.

New England Patriots President Jonathan Kraft (left) with his father Robert Kraft.


Jonathan Kraft is streaming to the future

The Patriots’ president thinks football fans will watch games differently within a few years.


// The Greatest Generation is taking valuable history with it

They say old soldiers never die, but try telling that to DelBrook Binns.

WGBH’s satellite studio at Boston Public Library, which opens Friday, will include three cameras, along with a news desk and production room.

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At the library, a cafe and TV studio, and an effort to modernize

The Boston Public Library wants to become more of a community space. A WGBH-TV studio and cafe open this week.

// Red Sox postseason roster coming into focus

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

// A Hub civics lesson, from vote selling to snow shoveling

Democracy, and its facets and implications, was the topic at a forum at Faneuil Hall during Boston’s second HUBweek.

What’s happening at HUBweek on Tuesday?

The Tuesday events include walking tours, talks, and even a cornhole smackdown.

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 Green Monster

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

// Braintree’s deputy police chief put on leave in evidence room scandal

The fallout is forcing prosecutors to drop dozens of criminal cases.

Shutterstock/Globe staff illustration


The rise of the meme machines

There’s something weirdly American about political memes — their odd blend of mass production and individual quirk.


// Which new shows won premiere week?

A look at what won and what lost the first round of new TV shows.


// Tom Hanks seen in Charlestown

The actor was spotted dining out at Pier 6.

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Connecting the world one massive shipment at a time

Through fluctuating foreign markets, volatile weather conditions, and even Arctic ice, Pangaea Logistics stays afloat by directing and transporting tons of goods all over the globe.

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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.