Spotlight follow-up

Senate committee demands ban on dual surgeries

Massachusetts General Hospital.

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Controversy over surgeons “running two rooms” has roiled Massachusetts General Hospital and spurred a national debate.

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The move comes after allegations of hazing at fraternities came to light last month in an opinion piece in a student magazine.

The transition to Trump

JOAN VENNOCHI

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The president-elect is pledging to punish companies that take jobs overseas. His daughter’s company has already done that.

Ground Game

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Three things are absolutely incredible about this meeting.

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The departing 74-year-old vice president made the comment with a slight smile on his face. Given a chance to walk it back, he did — but only a bit.

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Toys using Burlington-based Nuance Communications’ speech-recognition software are raising eyebrows.

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The group intends to fight anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, yet its very existence has provoked condemnation by critics in both communities.

Sponsored by Rockland Trust

Debate over digital tracking for truck drivers shifts into high gear

To help reduce the dangers of drivers over-extending their hours behind the wheel, a mandate is calling for the use of electronic log devices. But not everyone wants to go down that road.

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Amanda Allen, a Chelmsford native, was listed as missing in the wake of the deadly Oakland, Calif., warehouse fire.

Horror of Oakland fire resonates in Mass. families

Several people with deep roots in the Boston area were victims in the warehouse fire that killed at least 36.

The power of will | Chapter 3

Will Lacey’s cancer spreads, and his family chases a cure

The news the Lacey family feared the most arrived: Will had a new tumor. There was no telling how much time they had, or whether Will would live long enough for the cure they sought.

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Some couldn’t shake a lingering sense of trepidation, particularly after comments from the pipeline company and top Republicans.

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Senator Ed Markey said the bill, which includes $1 billion for opioid recovery, would help communities “devastated” by drug addiction.

KEVIN CULLEN

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/12/06/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/cullen-11896.jpg The unwritten code that some deaths are more worthy of attention

It’s sad that if Lee Viloria-Paulino had just been stabbed and left to die, his death would have passed with hardly anyone taking notice.

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Mathew Borges, 15, was held without bail in the decapitation and death of a classmate.

Christopher Kimball, of “America’s Test Kitchen” and “Cook’s Country,” at the home of his new venture, Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street in Boston.

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Chris Kimball pushes back at America’s Test Kitchen

The separation between the celebrity chef and the Brookline media company isn’t just getting ugly. It’s getting expensive, too.

 Cambridge Ma 12/5/16 Building coming down fire scene, burned out buildings, Cambridge fire now says 16 buildings damaged in ten alarm fire.... Globe photo David Ryan

Cambridge fire official says it’s a ‘miracle’ no one died in massive blaze

In 33 years with the department, Assistant Fire Chief Gerry Mahoney said he had never seen a fire spread like Saturday’s 10-alarm blaze.

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Amendola expected to miss rest of regular season

Patriots receiver Danny Amendola suffered a high ankle sprain fielding a punt against the Rams.

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

Securing another year of John Farrell was the right call

The Red Sox manager won’t be a lame duck in 2017. It’s his team, his show.

Special reports

special report

Every doctor told the Lacey family their son would die — except one

Pat and Dina Lacey had been parents for only a few months when doctors discovered a tumor in their new baby’s chest. Told to take their son home to die, they put their faith in a young doctor who wouldn’t accept death as the answer.

Opinion & Ideas

EDITORIAL

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President-elect Donald Trump’s deal to save jobs at Carrier is short-sighted and potentially disastrous.

Life sciences

STAT, a national publication from Boston Globe Media Partners, covers health, medicine, and life sciences.

Investigations

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There may be no worse place for mentally ill people to receive treatment than prison, yet a growing number end up in the “new asylums.”

The story behind 'Spotlight'

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“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.