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Yvonne Abraham

A columnist for the Metro section, Abraham’s work appears on Thursdays and Sundays. She previously covered state and national politics, and immigration at the Globe. She came to the paper in 1998 from the Boston Phoenix.

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How can fans make sense of the Trump-Kraft relationship?

By , Globe Columnist

“It’s pretty simple,” explained son Josh Kraft. “They’ve been friends for years. The worst time in my dad’s life, this guy was there for him.”

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Even death is powerless to halt double standard

By , globe columnist

Aren’t all lives lost to violence or prison suicide as valuable as the one Aaron Hernandez ended on Wednesday morning?

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The Choate abuse case asks the question: Will we never learn?

By , Globe Columnist

Fifteen years after the clergy abuse scandal broke open, we are still confronted with shocking revelations of abuse in places that are supposed to nurture and protect our children.

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The backstory on Mitt Romney’s ‘binders full of women’

By , globe columnist

The binders were never Romney’s idea. They came from women leaders in business and politics eager to get more women into state government.