Trump team says ‘we are behind’ but can still win

Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump (R) and vice presidential candidate Mike Pence (L) hold a campaign rally in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. October 22, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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Donald Trump’s campaign bluntly acknowledged Sunday that he is trailing Hillary Clinton, but insisted he has a path to win.

// GOP vowed to do better with women. What happened?

The 2016 race isn’t over yet, but fed-up conservative women are already conducting a vivisection of Trump’s campaign.

// What do hacked e-mails reveal about Clinton campaign?

The e-mails provide insights into how Hillary Clinton’s inner circle operates and hints about how she might govern if she wins.

The scene Saturdayon Dartmouth Street where a water main break flooded a trench and two workers were killed Friday.

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Families of men killed in South End trench are reeling

Robert Higgins, 47, and Kelvin Mattocks, 53, died Friday.

Strong winds today could bring power outages, downed trees

The National Weather Service issued a wind advisory for southern New England through 6 p.m. Sunday.

Police blocked off a road near the scene of the Oct. 12 shooting.

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Kevin Cullen

Worries about militarizing police are misplaced

Boston police used rifles to end a shootout, but said such weapons would be deployed only in rare situations.

Yvonne Abraham

// In Salem, a balanced approach to charter schools

People have very strong feelings about Question 2 — even in suburban districts where it will have no impact.

Head of the Charles Regatta

Eight-man crews competed in the Head of the Charles Regatta Saturday afternoon.

A record-tying finish for Gevvie Stone

The Newton native claimed her seventh women’s single championship in what may be her last run at the Charles.

Train 750 arrived for a few passengers at Morton Street last Wednesday. The train run was canceled every day the previous week.

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Fed-up Fairmount line riders have had enough

Six times this month, the 6:25 a.m. from Readville to South Station has been canceled, stranding workers and students in inner-city enclaves.

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// TV transmission issues could affect your ability to watch today’s Patriots game

Over-the-air and satellite viewers haven’t been able to watch Channels 4 and 38 since Saturday afternoon.

Dont'a Hightower celebrated sacking Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton last week.

Dont’a Hightower continuing Patriots’ tradition at middle linebacker

Hightower has the strength to overpower offensive linemen and the speed to chase down running backs.


// Reading between the lines on Roger Goodell’s comments

The NFL commissioner can a bit evasive and corporate in his answers, so allow us to translate for you.

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What is it like to live in Stow?

Ruth Banfield’s family moved here because her twin brother had rheumatic fever, and she never left.

Ideas | Matthew Hutson

Sudden power is a scourge — and not just in politics

Absolute power may corrupt. But emerging research shows that newfound power makes people manipulative — especially when they’re insecure.

Early voting efforts are being organized by the office of state secretary of the Commonwealth William F. Galvin.


Some voters can’t wait to put this election behind them

For the first time, Massachusetts has early voting. Why not get politics out of your hair?

commentary | Ty Burr

// ‘13th’ is probably the most important movie of the year

Director Ava DuVernay presents the case that our current system of mass incarceration is a direct, Constitutionally enabled descendent of slavery.

Tewksbury's Will Matovu bulls his away over Billerica's defenders in matchup on Saturday, October 22, 2016. Mark Lorenz for The Boston Globe

Top seeds set for 2016 Massachusetts high school football playoffs

The top seeds have been set for all the Eastern Mass. divisions, with some details still to be ironed out.


Life 18 miles from a paved road

I never had a mosquito problem. Geckos scratched and scrambled up the walls and across support beams.

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The 5,600-mile goodbye

A mother and daughter develop a new bond on their drive from Marblehead to San Diego.

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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.

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner at New York’s Waldorf Astoria.

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Donald Trump, the unfunniest clown

Trump’s attempt at comedy at the Al Smith Dinner was a slow-mo detonation that could only have benefited slightly more by the involvement of Michael Bay.