Clark chastises DeVos on school discrimination

“I am shocked that you cannot come up with one example of discrimination that you would stand up for students,” US Representative Katherine Clark said.

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‘Defining moments often don’t come with a warning’

Sally Yates shared some hard-earned wisdom with Harvard Law School graduates today.

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Is Alan Dershowitz defending Trump? Not quite, he says

The liberal defense lawyer seems to be defending President Trump in his public comments. But, he says, he’s just being consistent.

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Medford Catholic school closing June 9

The Saint Clement School’s enrollment has declined sharply in recent years, from 256 students during the 2012-2013 school year to 147 this year.

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg to give Harvard graduation speech

Mark Zuckerberg is giving a commencement address at Harvard, where he dropped out 12 years ago.

This day in history

Today is Thursday, May 25, the 145th day of 2017. There are 220 days left in the year.

Four men convicted for ‘vicious’ Dorchester murder

A Suffolk Superior Court jury found them guilty of murdering Romeo McCubbin, 25, in 2013, prosecutors said.

Device detonated in Reading not a bomb, police say

About 20 homes near Rachel Road were evacuated as a precaution, Reading police said

Troopers, FBI sued in 2013 death of Chechen in Florida

“[Ibragim] Todashev’s death on May 22, 2013 was the result of excessive force by FBI agents,” the complaint said.

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Woman claiming to be blind robs Quincy waitress at knife point

The woman pulled out a black knife to demand money from a Friendly’s Restaurant waitress, police said.

Tribal casino bill faces challenges, despite senate support

HARTFORD — While the Connecticut state Senate passed legislation early Wednesday allowing a new satellite casino to be built by two Native American tribes in East Windsor, it’s doubtful the bill will clear the House of Representatives.

The Globe’s Spotlight Team focused on Judge Thomas Brennan’s drug court in one story in a seven-part series on the mental health system in Massachusetts.

SJC says drug court judge cannot select lawyers who can appear in his court

The judge had argued that because collaboration is needed in drug court he should be allowed to choose the defense lawyers allowed in his court.

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Lottery results from Wednesday drawings

Sweet science: Harvard study suggests chocolate may reduce heart disease risk

Eating a few ounces of chocolate a week could reduce your risk of atrial fibrillation by 20 percent.

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N.H. Democrats score a little one

Here’s something you don’t hear very often — or, actually, ever: national Democrats crowing about their big success in Wolfeboro, N.H.

Market Basket’s oldest employee dies at 96

Arthur St. John may not have been known far outside the Stratham, N.H., area. But he was a favorite among customers of the Market Basket in town.

Beatrice Trum Hunter, 98, innkeeper, writer at vanguard of nutrition

Being so far ahead of her time meant that in those early years, Mrs. Hunter was considered “not only a crank but a crackpot, but that’s one of the problems when you’re before the wave.”

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What’s your American Dream Score?

A new online quiz can give you a summary of the factors that contribute to your success, and those that hold you back.

Bristol Country Sheriff Thomas Hodgson.

Bristol County Sheriff Hodgson is no stranger to controversy

Hodgson made headlines when he called for the arrest of elected officials of so-called sanctuary cities, but it’s far from the first time.

Savannah, Boston seaports beat competitors in Trump budget

Ports across the US East and Gulf coasts are racing to make room for bigger cargo ships now arriving through an expanded Panama Canal.

Former legislator chosen as new Salem State president

John D. Keenan, now the university’s general counsel and vice president of administration, will succeed retiring President Patricia Maguire Meservey.

Anne Ogden.

80-year-old woman robbed while visiting grandmother’s grave

Anne Ogden was planting red geraniums in front of her grandmother’s grave in Lawrence when she heard the thief coming.

A New Hampshire man charged in Boston with using the names of former girlfriends to wrack up huge credit card bills has allegedly continued his scam on bail, now targeting women in Alabama and Oklahoma, officials said.

Political Happy Hour: May 24, 2017

Political Happy Hour: Vermont guv slow rolls pot legalization | Patronage in BakerWorld | Ted Williams, nuke plant, JFK pics

Driver hits two cruisers, leads police on chase in Wayland and Lincoln

The man hit two cruisers and narrowly missed an officer on foot during the Tuesday chase.

EPA workers protest budget cuts in march to Boston Common

In a rare show of dissent by government workers, scores of employees of the Environmental Protection Agency marched from their downtown offices to Boston Common.

Gypsy moths begin to hatch in mid-May, eat almost continuously through July, and pose a very real risk to trees debilitated by drought.

Mass. readies for potentially devastating gypsy moth season

These invasive and voracious pests damaged more than 350,000 acres of forest last summer in Massachusetts.

Vermont governor sends back marijuana bill

Governor Phil Scott won’t sign off on recreational marijuana in his state and is sending the bill back to the legislature with suggestions for another path forward.

Immigrant who can’t be deported to Cambodia challenges his detention

Sreynuon Lunn has been in the custody of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement since Feb. 6

Stopping the presses

Four stories tall, as loud as a locomotive, and with at least as many moving parts, The Boston Globe’s printing presses on Morrissey Boulevard will come to a stop next month.

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Big Papi offers sage advice to ballplayers graduating from Wheaton College

Retired slugger David Ortiz gave advice to a team that is headed to the Division III championships.

Quincy woman, 24, killed in Route 3 crash

A Quincy woman was killed early Wednesday when her car went off the road and crashed into the woods in Hingham, State Police said.

Route 16 in Chelsea reopened after water main break

Route 16 in Chelsea has reopened after crews repaired a water main break that hampered the commute Wednesday morning.

Mattapan man, 25, charged with murdering man in Lawrence

The man faces a murder charge stemming from a shooting in Lawrence in February that left a 46-year-old man dead.

Students took part in a scavenger hunt at Harvard Law School in 2009.

Fast Forward: Rain? Sun? Plus Trump heads to NATO and the CBO scores the GOP health care bill

Here’s a rundown of what’s coming up today.

Driver in Sunday’s hit and run found

Worcester police found the driver that allegedly hit a three-year-old in Worcester and sped off Sunday evening, officials said.

Multiple vehicle crash on Route 2 in Lexington

State Police are on the scene of a multi-vehicle crash near the interchange between Route 2 and Interstate 95 in Lexington.

Search called off on North Shore after kayakers check in

The Coast Guard responded to a report from the Salisbury Police Department that someone heard a call for help at around midnight.

Fox tests positive for rabies in Ipswich

The fox bit three people on Saturday before it was shot and killed, officials said.

Police look for public’s help investigating teen’s death in Roxbury

Yanuel Viloria, 17, was shot multiple times near 180 Ruggles St. last month, according to police.

Man seriously injured in Roxbury shooting

The shooting on Mount Pleasant Terrace occurred shortly before 11 p.m. Tuesday, police said.

This day in history

Today is Wednesday, May 24, the 144th day of 2017. There are 221 days left in the year.

Man arrested for stealing 80-year-old’s purse at her husband’s gravesite

A man was arrested in Lawrence Tuesday after he allegedly stole an 80-year-old woman’s purse as she was cleaning her husband’s gravesite, police said.

Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans.

‘We will step up patrols, but there is no threat to the city of Boston,’ Evans says

Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said police will increase their patrols around concert venues and at this weekend’s Boston Calling festival.

Boston police will focus on high crime neighborhoods to combat summer violence

City officials will continue to connect residents, including young people, to social services such as summer jobs, the Boys and Girls clubs, and the YMCA.

Boston Police Department Commisioner William B. Evans.

Evans refutes serial killer theory for bodies found in waterways

“There’s no sinister plot out there,” Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said during his monthly appearance on “Boston Public Radio.”

Arlington teen reported missing

Shakiera Barbosa 15, left a resident program Sunday afternoon, police said.

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Milton Academy students hold sit-in over bias concerns

Students at Milton Academy say slurs have been directed at black students and pictures mocking black and Asian students were circulated on social media.

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BC High chairman says it’s not the time to discuss going coed

“Beginning a conversation about coed today is not in the best interest of the school,” John McQuillan said.

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Environmental hires have ties to top level of Baker administration

More than half a dozen hires in Governor Charlie Baker’s environmental agencies have connections at the highest levels of the administration.

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