Catholic bishops don’t have much to say about Trump

As the list of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s breaches of civility grows, some observers are disturbed by the bishops’ reticence.

// Expecting a landslide on Nov. 8? Don’t bet on it

Even if heavily favored Hillary Clinton wins by a large margin, it won’t match the level of such historic routs as 1964.

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Trump praises Newt Gingrich for criticism of Megyn Kelly

Donald Trump praised Newt Gingrich Wednesday for an ‘‘amazing interview’’ with Fox News Channel host Megyn Kelly.

// Millennials strongly back Clinton, but ‘fearful’ of future, poll finds

The poll also found that an overwhelming majority of African American millennials believe that people of their own racial background are “under attack.”

Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star was vandalized overnight.

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Donald Trump’s Walk of Fame star vandalized overnight

Los Angeles police are investigating the vandalizing of Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

// Photographer launches #grabhimbytheballot project

Anja Schütz launched an “anti-Trump” movement online that celebrates women’s bodies and urges people to get out and vote.

// Falmouth doctor files lawsuit seeking right to die

Dr. Roger M. Kligler, who is terminally ill, is a long-time advocate of “medical aid in dying.”

// Pentagon ordered to stop seeking repayments of enlistment bonuses

The US defense secretary has ordered the Pentagon to stop seeking repayments of enlistment bonuses from California National Guard members.

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How one man is helping Cambridge see the (sun)light

Paul Lyons learned in Mexico that to protect a land is to protect its people. After moving to Cambridge, he put this philosophy into action. Now, his company powers some of the city’s biggest solar energy projects.

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Boston Latin officials to allow students to wear leggings

The change in the school’s dress code came after students criticized an enforcement notice, calling it “patriarchal.”


// The fall TV shows have all premiered. Let’s give awards.

Here’s a look at the best and worst of the new batch.

// New security dogs come to Logan Airport

The Labrador retrievers, which have started working full time at Logan, are the first of their kind in New England.


// Who was at the private Rolling Stones event? The secretary of state, for one.

The exclusive, invite-only event at Gillette was a who’s who of Boston.

// Rita Jeptoo stripped of 2014 Boston Marathon title

The Court of Arbitration of Sport also doubled Jeptoo’s doping ban, extending it to 2018.

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// Could one of these women be our next mayor or governor?

We’ve never elected a female to these top posts. But our current crop of female politicians just might change history.


// The newest celebrity in Dorchester: Donald the turkey

Donald can be endlessly entertaining, except when he’s not.

// Break out the winter gear: Snow may be coming Thursday

Conditions could be just right for some snowflakes in communities away from the coast.

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Patient Zero in HIV crisis was misidentified, study says

Newly published research is rewriting the earliest chapter of the historical account of how the AIDS epidemic began in the United States.

// Philip Roth leaves his library to his hometown

The author refers to himself as having been “library intoxicated’’ while growing up in Newark, N.J.

// Bill Belichick says he’s not out for revenge vs. Rex and the Bills

The Patriots coach is 3-0 in rematches with the Bills after his team has lost the first game of the season series.

Boston Celtics' Al Horford during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016, in Amherst, Mass. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)


What other $100 million players can tell us about Al Horford

We compared how players performed the year before signing a $100 million deal to how they performed in the deal’s first year.

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Bennett and Gronk are Murtaugh and Riggs

The Pats tight ends could have a buddy movie in their future.

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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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Traveling back in time on the Mattapan trolley

The trolleys that rolled out of Worcester’s Pullman-Standard factory in 1944 and 1945 are still rolling, seven decades later, along Boston’s most scenic commute.