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Children of Catholic priests live with secrets and sorrow

(FOR FUTURE PUBLICATION.) Seneca, South Carolina, 08/09/17, Jim Graham, son of a Catholic priest, holds his father's crucifix at his home. Spotlight story on the children of priests. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

A Globe review finds the children are often denied love and support and pressured to keep the scandal secret. And the church has done little to help.

 

Trump again blames both sides for Va. violence

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 15: US President Donald Trump speaks following a meeting on infrastructure at Trump Tower, August 15, 2017 in New York City. He fielded questions from reporters about his comments on the events in Charlottesville, Virginia and white supremacists. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

“You had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit and they were very, very violent,” President Trump said of the counterprotesters.

 

Some corporate chiefs have had enough of Trump

Three chief executives have quit President Trump’s jobs council in the wake of the Charlottesville incident. Right, from top: Merck’s Kenneth C. Frazier, Under Armour’s Kevin Plank, and Intel’s Brian Krzanich.

CEO defections from a White House jobs council are another crack in relationships that normally would be strong for a GOP president.

 

Teamsters found not guilty in ‘Top Chef’ trial

Defendant John Fidler (right) gave a thumbs-up as he left the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse.

Four Teamsters have been acquitted of all federal charges of trying to extort jobs from the reality television show “Top Chef.”

 

MBTA names former GE executive as new general manager

The new MBTA General Manger/CEO Luis Ramirez, left, and Secretary of Transportation and MassDOT CEO Stephanie Pollack took questions from the media during a press conference at the State Transportation Building on Tuesday.

The next head of the MBTA is a business executive with no public transit experience.

 
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Some corporate chiefs have had enough of Trump

Three chief executives have quit President Trump’s jobs council in the wake of the Charlottesville incident. Right, from top: Merck’s Kenneth C. Frazier, Under Armour’s Kevin Plank, and Intel’s Brian Krzanich.

CEO defections from a White House jobs council are another crack in relationships that normally would be strong for a GOP president.

 

Trump again blames both sides for Va. violence

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 15: US President Donald Trump speaks following a meeting on infrastructure at Trump Tower, August 15, 2017 in New York City. He fielded questions from reporters about his comments on the events in Charlottesville, Virginia and white supremacists. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

“You had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit and they were very, very violent,” President Trump said of the counterprotesters.

 

Removal of Confederate statues accelerates after Va. violence

Workers in Gainesville, Fla., began removing a Confed-erate statue on Monday.

The blowback is similar to that after a 2015 mass shooting in South Carolina by a white supremacist.

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The World

 

Iran’s president threatens to restart nuclear program

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani addressed parliament on Tuesday.

Hassan Rouhani said his country’s nuclear program could be restarted in a matter of “hours” if the United States imposes further sanctions.

 

North Korea will wait ‘a little more’ before acting on Guam threat

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with his military officials.

The nation appeared to pause its threat to launch ballistic missiles toward Guam.

 

Swiss hotel posts sign asking ‘Jewish guests’ to shower before using pool

Outrage erupted Tuesday after a small Swiss hotel posted a sign asking ‘‘Jewish guests’’ to shower before using the swimming pool.

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

EDITORIAL

Teamsters trial casts harsh light on film industry

Boston, MA -8/7/2017 - Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi (cq), right, arrives at the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse (cq). She is expected to testify in the teamsters trial. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 08topchef Reporter: Milton Valencia

The state should withdraw the financial cushion that shields the Teamsters from the consequences of its boorish behavior.

 

Renée Graham

Honor Heather Heyer by emulating her

CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 13: A demonstrator carries a sign remembering Heather Heyer during a protest on August 13, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. Heyer was killed and 19 others were injured yesterday in Charlottesville, Virginia when a car plowed into a group of activists who were preparing to march in opposition to a nearby white nationalist rally. Two police officers were also killed when a helicopter they were using to monitor the rally crashed. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

This fight is everybody’s fight.

 

JEFF JACOBY

Prevent a second Korean War by replacing the Kim regime

epa06145192 A picture released by the North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspecting plans to fire missiles towards the US Pacific territory of Guam at the Command of the Strategic Force of the Korean People's Army (KPA), Pyongyang, DPRK: North Korean 14 August 2017, (issued 15 August 2017). According to North Korean state media on 09 August 2017, the North is considering a potential pre-emptive strike with medium-to-long-range strategic ballistic missiles on Guam, where US tactical bombers are based. The threat follows US President Donald J. Trump's warning to Pyongyang that any threat to the USA 'will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.' The exchanges marked rising tensions between the two countries. EPA/KCNA

As long as Kim remains in power, the prospect of another Korean War will loom over East Asia.

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Metro

 

Teamsters found not guilty in ‘Top Chef’ trial

Defendant John Fidler (right) gave a thumbs-up as he left the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse.

Four Teamsters have been acquitted of all federal charges of trying to extort jobs from the reality television show “Top Chef.”

 

Children of Catholic priests live with secrets and sorrow

(FOR FUTURE PUBLICATION.) Seneca, South Carolina, 08/09/17, Jim Graham, son of a Catholic priest, holds his father's crucifix at his home. Spotlight story on the children of priests. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

A Globe review finds the children are often denied love and support and pressured to keep the scandal secret. And the church has done little to help.

 

MBTA names former GE executive as new general manager

The new MBTA General Manger/CEO Luis Ramirez, left, and Secretary of Transportation and MassDOT CEO Stephanie Pollack took questions from the media during a press conference at the State Transportation Building on Tuesday.

The next head of the MBTA is a business executive with no public transit experience.

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Business & Tech

 

Plan for new Coast Guard museum in Conn. gains momentum

An architectural rendering of the proposed museum on the New London waterfront.

Supporters of the National Coast Guard Museum say a $100 million museum will become a reality in New London, Conn., soon.

 

Partners CEO tops hospital pay list

Partners HealthCare’s chief executive, Dr. David Torchiana, topped the list of executives at the state’s largest nonprofit hospitals who received sizable pay raises in 2015.

Dr. David Torchiana, who oversees the state’s largest health system and largest private employer, earned nearly $4.3 million in total compensation in 2015.

 

Film industry predicts little fallout from ‘Top Chef’ trial

“Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi left the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse after testifying last week at the trial of four Teamsters.

Members say Boston’s labor climate compares favorably with peer cities.

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Obituaries

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Sports

 

RED SOX 10, CARDINALS 4

On a night of standouts, triple play highlights the Red Sox’ rout

Boston, MA: August 15, 2017: The Red Sox Eduardo Nunez (left) and Mookie Betts (right) scored on a bottom of the fifth inning double by Hanley Ramirez off of Cardinals starting pitcher Mike Leake the first two of the eight runs Boston scored in the frame. The Boston Red Sox hosted the St. Louis Cardinals in a regular season inter league MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff).

The rare feat was turned in the fourth, and then the Sox scored eight runs in the fifth.

 

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

Pablo Sandoval’s story loaded with excuses

epa06134663 San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval blows a bubble during action agains the Chicago Cubs in the fifth inning of their MLB game at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California, USA, 09 August 2017. EPA/JOHN G. MABANGLO

If he felt uncomfortable in Boston, it was probably because he couldn’t fit into the jersey the Sox provided for him.

 

Belichick already calling on Elandon Roberts

Foxborough-06/08/2017- Patriots minicamp at the Gillette Stadium practice field. Elandon Roberts poses for the cameras as he arrives for practice.John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe

In one year, he has morphed from obscure rookie to a signal-caller for the Super Bowl champs

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Wednesday Food

 

Shonda Rhimes, Martin Scorsese, and all the other big names Netflix has lured away

Shonda Rhimes is leaving ABC for Netflix.

It has quickly won over showrunners and filmmakers interested in getting financed with few strings attached.

 

Already feeling back-to-school lunchbox angst? You’re not alone.

Eloise and Pierce Brault help their mother, Caitlin McCormick-Brault, make quiche.

For every parent who artfully arranges a bento box, it seems there are plenty more who desperately peer into their refrigerator looking for the last log of string cheese.

 

COOKING WITH | GORDON HAMERSLEY

Fresh fish can transport me to France

Grilled swordfish Nicoise.

Adding tapenade and a Nicoise salad nearly completes the journey.

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