Trump outlines immigration plan

After a visit to Mexico earlier in the day, Donald Trump vowed Wednesday to remove millions of people living in the country illegally if he becomes president.

Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump.


In Boston, immigrants have heard enough from Trump

In Massachusetts advocates for immigrants say it is far too late to change anyone’s minds about Trump.

// Anne Holton makes pitch for her husband’s ticket

Anne Holton, wife of vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine, hosted a roundtable on women’s issues at Suffolk University Law School on Wednesday.

Surgeon wearing surgical caps while at work at Cleveland Clinic Center in March.

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For surgeons working in the OR, a flap over headwear

Surgeons for years have stepped into operating rooms wearing their surgical cap. But a crackdown appears to be underway on that almost sacred piece of headgear.

// 11-year-old boy shot in the face in Abington home

An 11-year-old boy was shot in the face inside a home on Wednesday afternoon in what appears to be an accident.

// Revere mayor opposes special election for slot parlor

More than 4,000 voters in Revere have signed a petition in support of the local ballot question.

A radical idea for sentencing terrorism suspects

A study of four defendants accused of supporting the Islamic State could lead to changes in the federal courts.

// Questions raised in council’s marijuana dispensary vote

The issue surfaced amid a controversy in Allston over competing dispensary applicants in the neighborhood.

// Healey launches inquiry on gun safety, misfirings

The investigation is the second prominent battle the attorney general is waging against the gun industry.

Beverly teen held after golf club stabbing in Wakefield

Curtis Day was charged with armed assault with intent to murder, among other charges.

The state balked at paying up to $40 million for road work at the former South Weymouth Naval Air Station but now agrees to spend $6.7 million.

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Half-mile road could fire up development at old Navy site

A half-mile stretch of road could be the key that unlocks one of the biggest development sites in Greater Boston.

// It was the hottest August ever in Boston — and the driest summer

This summer also tied with 2010 as the fourth hottest ever recorded.

//[1].jpg Homage to summer 2016

A photo essay by Globe photographers dipicting images of a summer gone by.

// Brighton High football returns to its former home

For more than 25 years, Brighton High School’s football team might well have been called the “Nomads.”


// For Maine, a gift of the great outdoors

The Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument should help make this region of Maine a destination location for out-of-state national park and wilderness lovers.

Opinion | Michael J. Socolow

// Paul LePage: Dickens, with a dash of King

No wonder Stephen King sets so many of his horror stories in Maine. This place can drive you insane.


// Hospital CEO salaries are more than optics

The optics of hospital CEO salries do matter when the public is stuggling with health care costs.

Chessy Prout, Owen Labrie's victim, spoke with the

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Claiming the right to her own name

By making her own name public and speaking out, Chessy Prout blew up St. Paul’s School’s most potent weapon against her.

// From Cadillac, an almost-self-driving car

In highway driving, the CT6’s semi-automatic features can manage nearly all the work.


// Five things to watch for in Patriots-Giants

Players to keep an eye on include Jimmy Garoppolo, Jacoby Brissett, and Barkevious Mingo.

What our critics say

Television Review

// ‘Mary + Jane’ = New pot comedy

The MTV series is an uneven buddy comedy about two women who deliver weed.

Album review

// Angel Olsen’s “My Woman” delivers explosive pop confessions

Maura Johnston reviews a new album from North Carolina rock ’n’ roll force Angel Olsen.

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

A woman looks on while riding the tramway as Turkey’s flag is reflected in the window in Taksim square in Istanbul on July 22, following the failed military coup attempt of July 15.

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The Big Picture

Reflection (Defined)

One in an occasional series exploring the definitions of words via photography.

Nation & World

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Slain IS figure was powerful leader with multiple roles

With the killing of Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, the Islamic State group lost one of its most powerful figures, a militant with multiple roles: A propaganda chief, overseer of spectacular attacks in Europe and a trusted lieutenant of the group’s top leader.