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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

This Super Bowl will be a showdown with Roger Goodell

The Patriots are the first team to reach nine Super Bowls.

The game on Feb. 5 is an opportunity to make Roger Goodell swallow his shield and present the Patriots with their fifth Lombardi Trophy.

 

This is the fastest-growing segment of borrowers burdened by student loans

Jane Patrick (right) has been helping her son with his student loan debt, and her roommate, Annette Pelaez, is still paying off debt from her college years.

Since 2005 the number of consumers over age 60 with college debt has quadrupled to 2.8 million.

 

Trump weighs in on protests around the world

President Trump, with Vice President Mike Pence, showed a letter left for him by former president Barack Obama.

The president said in a Twitter message Sunday that he was “under the impression that we just had an election!”

 

Mass. lawmakers find silver lining in 2016 election outcome

Representative Katherine Clark was one of the first lawmakers in the country to say she would boycott Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Senator Elizabeth Warren is antagonizing the president-elect on everything from his business entanglements to the “disarray” in his transition.

 
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The Nation

 

Mass. lawmakers find silver lining in 2016 election outcome

Representative Katherine Clark was one of the first lawmakers in the country to say she would boycott Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Senator Elizabeth Warren is antagonizing the president-elect on everything from his business entanglements to the “disarray” in his transition.

 

Trump weighs in on protests around the world

President Trump, with Vice President Mike Pence, showed a letter left for him by former president Barack Obama.

The president said in a Twitter message Sunday that he was “under the impression that we just had an election!”

 

At least 16 die as tornadoes sweep Southeast; floods rage in California

Jeff Bullard and his daughter Jenny viewed the ruins of their home after a tornado Sunday in Adel, Ga.

Twelve people were killed in Georgia, and there were four deaths in Mississippi.

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The World

 

Israeli leader delays West Bank annexation vote

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also said he accepted an invitation to visit the White House next month.

 

Gambia’s ex-leader made off with millions, luxury cars

Former president Yahya Jammeh of Gambia looked through the window of his plane as he left the country Saturday.

A regional military force rolled in to secure the nation so that democratically elected President Adama Barrow could return.

 

Intensive negotiations precede Russia-led Syria peace talks

Delegates from Russia, Turkey, and Iran held hours-long talks in Kazakhstan on Sunday on the eve of direct negotiations.

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

The shifting global landscape

A new chapter of globalization will require a rethinking of foreign policy by the United States and other world powers.

 

JOAN VENNOCHI

One weekend, two Americas

Anthony Pahopan, of South Plainfield, N.J., shows his support for President Trump at the Washington Monument on Friday.

The pro- and anti-Trump camps are so far apart that it’s hard to see what could unify them.

 

Opinion | Andrew J. Bacevich

Trump’s limited vision of putting ‘America First’

Supporter hoists a pro-Trump sign along the parade route after the inauguration ceremony in Washington on Friday.

He intends to slam the brakes on globalization and roll back policies put in place to create an open world.

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Metro

 

US attorney investigates Brookline private school over allegations it barred disabled child

At their home in Brookline, Dawn Oates cuddled with her daughter Harper, who born with a spinal cord injury that left her a quadriplegic. Harper, 5, was denied a spot last year at the Park School.

Administrators allegedly declined to admit the 5-year-old, saying they feared the school could not meet the child’s educational needs.

 

Women’s March attendees rest, reflect — and plan

Charlie Baker, 15, of Swampscott, attended the Women’s March to support others.

It was exhilarating, cathartic, history in the making, said Boston-area attendees of several Women’s Marches. But it was just Day One.

 

Prospects brighten for a Chinatown library

Carolyn Rubin (left), Stephanie Fan, and Lydia Lowe of Friends of the Chinatown Library discussed the proposals.

After 60 years without a public library, will the neighborhood get one?

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Business & Tech

 

This is the fastest-growing segment of borrowers burdened by student loans

Jane Patrick (right) has been helping her son with his student loan debt, and her roommate, Annette Pelaez, is still paying off debt from her college years.

Since 2005 the number of consumers over age 60 with college debt has quadrupled to 2.8 million.

 

Big pay raises bring big benefits, Quincy firm decides

PharmaLogics employees joined CEO Megan Driscoll and Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments (center), at a company gathering.

Inspired by Dan Price of Gravity Payments in Seattle, PharmaLogics raised its base pay 33 percent, and is reaping the benefits.

 

STAT

In poisonous CO gas, scientists seek treatments, too

Dr. Augstine Choi studies CO.

Carbon monoxide is a poison. Could it also be a medicine?

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Obituaries

 

Mark Schorr, 72, poet who led the Robert Frost Foundation

Mr. Schorr, seen here with his youngest grandchild, Iris, published “Song Of My Selfies,” a memoir, last year, and the chapbook “Bridges to Kerouac” in 2015.

Mr. Schorr also had been a technical writer for companies including Wang Laboratories.

 

Brenda Barnes, 63, Pepsi executive who spurred a work-life debate

After working at Pepsi-Cola, Ms. Barnes took a role with Sara Lee Corp.

Ms. Barnes was chief executive of Pepsi-Cola North America in 1997 when she stepped down to spend time with family.

 

Vlado Trifunovic, 78; general defied Serb orders to fight

Former Yugoslav army general Vlado Trifunovic spoke with the Associated Press in 2010.

Mr. Trifunovic’s treason conviction became a symbol of the senselessness of the 1990s Balkan conflict.

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Sports

 

Patriots 36, Steelers 17

The Patriots are on to the Super Bowl

A fan lets everyone know where the Patriots’ next game will be.

Tom Brady set a Patriots’ franchise record for passing and New England will appear in a record ninth Super Bowl after dominating the Steelers, 36-17.

 

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

This Super Bowl will be a showdown with Roger Goodell

The Patriots are the first team to reach nine Super Bowls.

The game on Feb. 5 is an opportunity to make Roger Goodell swallow his shield and present the Patriots with their fifth Lombardi Trophy.

 

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

With this win, Tom Brady gets the last word

Foxborough, MA 01/22/17 Patriots quarterback Tom Brady looks to pass the ball to teammate Chris Hogan in the first quarter. Brady threw a successful touchdown pass to Hogan. The England Patriots host the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Jan. 22, 2017 (Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Deflategate can go down as just another obstacle Brady had to overcome in the remarkable career he has carved out as the consummate winner.

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Healthy Life

 

Television Review

‘New Edition Story’ is a faithful retelling of the group’s highs and lows

From left: Woody McClain, Elijah Kelley, Algee Smith, Luke James, Keith Powers, and Bryshere Gray in “The New Edition Story.”

That all six members of New Edition had a hand in the miniseries’s genesis may have shaped the nuanced depiction of the band’s successes and stumbles.

 

‘Split’ tops the weekend at the box office

James McAvoy stars in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split.”

The psychological thriller raked in an estimated $40.2 million through Sunday.

 

TV Critic’s Corner

TV’s most famous boss is now president. How does he measure up?

Ricky Gervais as David Brent in the BBC’s production of “The Office.”

In the history of workplace sitcoms, it’s often the person in charge who inspires big jokes.

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Comics

Crossword

Circulars

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