Editorial

Trump reaps rewards of hiding his misdeeds in plain sight

President Trump’s strategy of hiding his misdeeds in the open has reaped political dividends.

Editorial

To no one’s surprise, Senate health care bill only makes matters worse

The Senate’s “Better Care Reconciliation Act” doesn’t provide better care for anyone.

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A start, but not a solution, for ‘Methadone Mile’

Mayor Walsh’s proposed shelter in Newmarket could ease epidemics of opioids and homelessness.

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Governor Baker makes the smart move going forward on life sciences

The $500 million life sciences proposal continues Baker’s welcome reversal on the issue.

Editorial

The Globe says: Thank you, Dorchester

The Globe’s years in Dorchester have coincided with some of its proudest journalistic accomplishments.

Editorial

Dude, don’t bogart our marijuana revenues

Marijuana should be taxed, good and hard.

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State should tax Airbnb, but let cities make rules

For all the complexities and competing interests, the path forward is surprisingly clear.

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Police video demands full, transparent investigation

It’s not enough for BPD simply to investigate this disturbing incident.

Editorial

No winners in Trump’s reversal of US Cuba policy

Whatever Trump’s plans, the train bringing a new era to Cuba long ago left the station.

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Both parties owe the nation a more civil political dialogue

A person like the Alexandria shooter, James T. Hodgkinson, doesn’t exist in a vacuum.

EDITORIAL

The GOP’s sneak attack on health care

Republicans have apparently adopted their false narrative about Obamacare as their own playbook.

EDITORIAL

FCC should reject new robocall initiative

If a company called All About the Message gets its way, the pestilence of robocalls will become unstoppabble.

Editorial

‘Surplus’ teachers straining BPS budget

It’s an excessive expense and inconsistent with using taxpayer dollars for the best possible system.

EDITORIAL

Race horse fund gets much-needed second look

State legislators are rightfully raising questions about money reserved for taking care of race horses.

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Theresa May’s Trump problem

The British election holds consequences, including for Washington.

EDITORIAL

Comey’s testimony demands soul-searching from Congress

Investigations have their place — but so does action.

EDITORIAL

A teachable moment, but not censorship, at Harvard

An Ivy League course on the consequences of dumb and offensive behavior on the Internet just played out at Harvard.

EDITORIAL

Leak exposes a foreign attack on democracy

Why did it take a leak for the public to learn about a foreign attack on our democracy?

EDITORIAL

Donald Trump’s Twitter snit

Monday would have been a jaw-dropping day in any normal presidency. Which is to say, almost any presidency other than that of Donald J. Trump.

EDITORIAL

After global search, Salem State picks a familiar face

In typical Massachusetts fashion, the global search for the next president of Salem State University ended up in the school’s back yard.

EDITORIAL

Senator Collins must lay claim to courage

Senator Susan Collins, the moderate Republican from Maine, must lay claim to the legacy of the courageous Margaret Chase Smith.

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Deepening concerns about today’s MTA

Sometimes little things send big signals.

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More urgency needed to close Boston Latin’s diversity gap

The city is trying to improve racial diversity at Boston Latin School, but it’s keeping one hand tied behind its back.

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Stay the course on climate, for the planet

Pulling out of the Paris accord would be a perfect example of why “America First” today means America last tomorrow.

EDITORIAL

Trump should put consumers first in Zika deal

President Trump’s deal for an anti-Zika vaccine would benefit a French company while costing American consumers and taxpayers.