Orange Line train engine overheats at Back Bay station

One rider said in a tweet that the station “filled with smoke” and people were “coughing like crazy.” Officials said no injuries were reported.

Scenes from Back Bay Station after overheated motor

Several people on Twitter who said they were on the train reported smoke in the station.

Boston, MA: 10-26-2016: Firefighters on scene where a car crashed into a building on Grove St. in the Beacon Hill section of Boston, Mass. October 26, 2016. (Please confirm that this install Grove St, it's a short deadend section off Myrtle St.) Photo/John Blanding, Boston Globe staff story/, Metro ( )

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Vehicle smashes into side of Beacon Hill building

The vehicle slammed into the side of the building at the corner of Myrtle Street and Grove Street.

Donald Trump with his family during the ribbon cutting ceremony for his Washington, D.C. hotel.

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Trump defends promotion of hotel in race’s final weeks

Donald Trump took a break from campaigning Wednesday morning to formally open his new hotel in Washington.

Opinion | James Murphy

// Trump stinks at Twitter

A successful social media strategy includes two-way conversations, something almost entirely absent from Trump’s feed.

Dan Wasserman

// Editorial cartoon: Trump’s ‘sue’ reflex

The Republican candidate for president seems to have a constant refrain.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks as his daughter Ivanka looks on during the grand opening of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC on October 26, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Mandel NGANMANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

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.


// Vote no on Question 4 — it’s an industry-driven mess

If Massachusetts voters approve the legalization of recreational marijuana, pass the weed. We’ll need it.

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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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The League hosted a party for early adopters at the Liberty Hotel recently.

Are you good enough for Boston’s newest dating app?

Make sure your LinkedIn profile and resume are stellar if you want in.

// Internet meltdown may have been caused by hobbyist hackers

Some have worried that Russian government-backed hackers or sophisticated cybercriminals were behind the cyberattack.

// Kendall Square company ‘duped’ out of $1.5 million

A hacker allegedly compromised a company e-mail address and used it to solicit owed funds from other businesses, police said.

// Sarah the husky to be Boston’s guest - for now

The dog was allegedly abused by its owner, but is now being cared for by animal control officers.


Who was at the private Rolling Stones event?

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

Changes coming to Inman Square intersection

The city will study the impacts of the changes on surrounding intersections and the neighborhood.


// Watch Ben Affleck profanely urge N.H. voters to get to the polls

Turns out Affleck’s real name is Benny “The Sweet One” O’Callahan.

// US has secretly expanded network of drone bases to North Africa

Air Force Reaper drones began flying out of a Tunisian base in late June.

// Some buyers call classes by ‘Flip or Flop’ stars misleading

Tarek and Christina El Moussa, the stars of HGTV’s ‘‘Flip or Flop,’’ are capitalizing on their fame by offering some pricy classes.

From left: Daveed Diggs, Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos, and Lin-Manuel Miranda in the play “Hamilton,” part of PBS’s

Joan Marcus

3.6 million tuned in for ‘Hamilton’ documentary

Intense public interest in Broadway blockbuster yields a bonanza of viewers for PBS.

// Are your kids always in front of a screen? They’re less likely to finish homework

Researchers found children who spent more time watching TV, playing video games, or using a smartphone showed less interest in learning.


// In hindsight, was the Andrew Miller-Eduardo Rodriguez trade a good one?

Ultimately, Rodriguez will determine whether the Sox made the right deal.

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// The Celtics will have two All-Stars, and other predictions

With the season-opener upon us, Adam Himmelsbach makes a few predictions guaranteed to be either right or wrong.

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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.