Greece soundly rejects plan for bailout

Supporters of the “no” vote waved flags Sunday in Syntagma Square in Athens.

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Greeks rejected a deal offered by the country’s creditors in a historic vote that could shake the continent’s financial stability.

“It’s now time to see whether or not we are able to close an agreement,” Secretary of State John Kerry said.

As Iran talks near a close, Kerry says deal still up in the air

“If there’s absolute intransigence . . . we’ll be prepared to walk away,” the secretary of state said Sunday.

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Fight against Islamic State progressing, Obama says

President Obama said so-called lone-wolf terrorists or small cells are harder to detect and US national security must remain vigilant.

Congress faces big workload during summer

Congress faces a daunting summer workload and an impending deadline to fund the government or risk a fall shutdown.

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Sal DiMasi (right) watched then Governor Mitt Romney sign the health care bill.

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Sal DiMasi (right) watched then Governor Mitt Romney sign the health care bill.

Amid health care, gay marriage victories, no one invokes DiMasi

The two causes that Sal DiMasi went to the wall for passed from controversial wayposts to the virtually unshakable law of the land.By Jim O’Sullivan

The signature of Hillary Rodham Clinton on the wall of Debora Pignatelli’s home.

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N.H. is home to presidential paraphernalia quirky and rare

Among the strangest — and most cherished — items: a collection of signatures from would-be presidents, scrawled right on the walls of a local politician.

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Maine Governor Paul LePage got a visit from Chris Christie, while Donald Trump had a remarkably crummy week.

GOP women’s group, party battle over name

The Massachusetts Federation of Republican Women needs permission from the state party to use the name “Republican.”

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Quotes and quips from the world of Massachusetts politics and beyond.

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Among Clinton emails, a McGovern mystery

US Representative James McGovern apparently wanted Hillary Rodham Clinton to know about Colombian rock star Juanes.

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Jill Stein, back on the stump

Stein puts at three the number of women in a crowded field of presidential hopefuls from both major political parties.

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In Middle East, Lynch assesses US fight against ISIS

Representative Stephen Lynch is traveling through the Middle East with Representative Jim McGovern and other members of Congress.

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For Pagliuca, impressing the Big 3 is Job 1A

Governor Charlie Baker, House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo, and Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg must be on board.

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In City Council race, an underdog fight

A challenger to incumbent Councilor Tito Jackson has accused a second challenger of violating the residency requirement.

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Ground Game

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Globe reporter James Pindell brings you the latest news from New Hampshire and beyond as 2016 presidential politics take shape.

Republican endorsement tracker

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In the aggregate, endorsements can signal who has the best ground game in the Granite State.

Democratic endorsement tracker

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With just more than eight months until the primary, Hillary Clinton has scored public support from a sizable chunk of New Hampshire political insiders.

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The Globe’s James Pindell sits down with presidential candidates and hopefuls to discuss the race.

Candidate rankings

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The Globe ranked the prospects of the top 10 Republican candidates in the Granite State, followed by the rest in alphabetical order.

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The conflict about the Jade Helm 15 exercise illustrates some of the most confounding political divisions in the country.

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Coverage of Thomas Menino

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Globe coverage of former Mayor Thomas Menino’s life and legacy.

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Joshua Miller covers politics for the Globe. A Massachusetts native and graduate of Bowdoin College, Miller worked in Washington, D.C., before joining the paper in 2013.

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