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Sanders confronts skeptical delegates with Clinton support

US Senator Bernie Sanders waved to his supporters after his speech Monday at the Democratic National Convention.

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Bernie Sanders made a case for his one-time rival in an impassioned speech Monday.

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The day provided a reality check on the idea that Elizabeth Warren is the only Massachusetts politician of national significance.

Boston proposes an ID to make it easier to include all

All city residents, regardless of immigration status, homeless status, or gender identity, would be eligible to apply for the cards.

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh wants more liquor licenses for the city, but the state Legislature wants to maintain power over the number of licenses in Boston.

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Lawmakers, Walsh face off over liquor licenses

The mayor wants the state to grant Boston the power to distribute its own liquor licenses.

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How Polar Seltzer became an overnight success, 134 years after it first began bottling.

The Nation

Mass. politicians featured during first day of Democratic convention

Representative Josephj P. Kennedy III spoke Monday at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

By Victoria McGrane and James Pindell

The day provided a reality check on the idea that Elizabeth Warren is the only Massachusetts politician of national significance.

Sanders confronts skeptical delegates with Clinton support

US Senator Bernie Sanders waved to his supporters after his speech Monday at the Democratic National Convention.

By Annie Linskey and Victoria McGrane

Bernie Sanders made a case for his one-time rival in an impassioned speech Monday.

Shooting at Fla. nightclub leaves 2 teenagers dead

People embraced Monday after a fatal shooting at a Fort Myers club. Police detained three persons for questioning.

By Lizette Alvarez

Attackers raked a crowd with gunfire outside the Fort Myers club, which had been hosting a party for young people.

The World

Bomber at concert in Germany pledged loyalty to Islamic State

By Melissa Eddy

The 27-year-old Syrian who blew himself up Sunday at an open-air music festival had been denied asylum.

Turkey cracks down on journalists

A woman in Taksim Square in Istanbul Monday waved a Turkish flag during a rally protesting the coup attempt in Turkey.

By Ceylan Yeginsu

The government issued warrants for 42 journalists and revoked the credentials of others, as a postcoup purge widened.

Historic solar flight marks first round-the-world journey

By Aya Batrawy

Since its March 2015 take off, the Solar Impulse 2 has made 16 stops across the world without using a drop of fuel.

Editorial & Opinion

JOAN VENNOCHI

If there’s a ‘Hillary standard,’ Clinton has earned it

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By Joan Vennochi

Hillary Clinton has to honestly admit her honesty problem.

Opinion | Max Page and Dan Clawson

The end of tuition

lots of cash falling into college graduation cap

By Max Page and Dan Clawson

Free public higher education has gone mainstream.

DANTE RAMOS

Better transportation? For now, charity begins at home

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By Dante Ramos

Beacon Hill should help cities and towns scrape together their own seed money for transit projects.

Metro

Lawmakers, Walsh face off over liquor licenses

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh wants more liquor licenses for the city, but the state Legislature wants to maintain power over the number of licenses in Boston.

By Jim O’Sullivan

The mayor wants the state to grant Boston the power to distribute its own liquor licenses.

Boston proposes an ID to make it easier to include all

By Astead W. Herndon

All city residents, regardless of immigration status, homeless status, or gender identity, would be eligible to apply for the cards.

Underserved in transit, Mattapan wants a lift

Mattapan’s only mass-transit options are a slow trolley to Ashmont Station and glacial-paced buses.

By Meghan E. Irons

Transportation options for area residents to some of the city’s employment centers are few or take too much time.

More Stories

Deported child rape suspect held on $100,000 cash bail

By Trisha Thadaniand Martha Schick

Names

Legal Sea Foods ad has people upset

By Mark Shanahan

NAMES

Currier Museum names new director

By Mark Shanahan

Names

Here and there

By Emily Sweeney

Business & Tech

A sparkling new era for time-tested Polar

Polar Seltzer is now employing five generations of Crowleys.

By Janelle Nanos

How Polar Seltzer became an overnight success, 134 years after it first began bottling.

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

Why Verizon wants Yahoo

By agreeing to buy Yahoo’s Internet business, Verizon is tooling up for a future in which owning a vast broadband data network is not enough.

By Hiawatha Bray

Owning a vast broadband data network is not enough. Verizon needs, above all, to capture some of the advertising over its networks.

STAT | PHARMALOT

Price gouging alive and well among drug makers

By Ed Silverman

Two companies just added to the roster of a drug maker trade group have relied on excessive pricing to fuel growth.

Obituaries

Jack Reilly, 98; launched Ryles jazz club

Mr. Reilly opened Ryles in Inman Square after time at Jacks and Club Casablanca.

By Bryan Marquard

Mr. Reilly also previously co-owned Jacks, a rock and folk club in Cambridge, and managed Club Casablanca in Harvard Square.

Marni Nixon, 86, voice of classic movie songs

Ms. Nixon, who was initially uncredited for her work, early on resented the dubbing work but later came to terms with it.

By Mark Kennedy

Ms. Nixon’s singing was heard in place of the leading actresses in classic movie musicals.

Sports

Newton’s Gevvie Stone a medal contender in rowing at Rio

Olympic rower Gevvie Stone of Newton trained on the Charles River recently.

By Shira Springer

In preparation for Rio, Stone — ranked No. 2 in the world — has been busy with 16 workouts per week.

Patriots place seven on physically-unable-to-perform list

Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount went on the injured reserve after being injured in a game against the Texans in December.

By Jim McBride

A surprise was the name that wasn’t on the list: running back LeGarrette Blount.

RED SOX NOTEBOOK

Craig Kimbrel making quick recovery

Craig Kimbrel is scheduled to throw in a minor league game on Saturday.

By Peter Abraham

Manager John Farrell said the closer threw 25 pitches on Monday, and he may be able to return as soon as next week.

Tuesday Stories

Books in Brief | Michael Andor Brodeur

On poetry

By Michael Andor Brodeur

New from Sara Nicholson, Tyemiba Jess, John Beer, and Simone White.

A Boston planetarium embraces Beyoncé and Björk

Images of Björk from a SubSpace presentation at the Charles Hayden Planetarium.

By Sophie Haigney

The Museum of Science’s Hayden Planetarium features SubSpace music shows.

tamed/Untamed

Sharp opposition to declawing cats

By Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

Declawing isn’t just removing the claws. It means cutting off the ends of the cats’ front toes, bones and all.