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Regulator sees ‘evidence of violations’ at Thornton Law Firm

Regulators told Attorney General Maura Healey they have evidence the law firm and its attorneys broke multiple laws.

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“There is a contagion factor when a school has a suicide. . . . and this show is causing the contagion to happen.”

City Hall parking garage attendant Jimmy Donnelly looks over the parking garage where he worked.

Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

Thomas Farragher

His City Hall job has a lot to recommend it

Jimmy Donnelly is a Southie guy who has never wanted anything more than to work for his city.

A small group of anti-nuclear powers demonstrators gathered in Seabrook, N.H., on April 30, 1977.

AP Photo

Legacy of Seabrook nuclear protest debated

Decades ago, Renny Cushing led hundreds of protesters through the front gates of perhaps the nation’s most controversial construction site.

President Donald Trump speaks at the National Rifle Association Leadership Conference, Friday, April 28, 2017, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Evan Vucci/AP

President Trump wraps up his first 100 days

‘‘You came through big for me, and I am going to come through for you,’’ Trump said at the NRA’s annual convention.

The Nation

President Trump wraps up his first 100 days

President Donald Trump speaks at the National Rifle Association Leadership Conference, Friday, April 28, 2017, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

‘‘You came through big for me, and I am going to come through for you,’’ Trump said at the NRA’s annual convention.

US facing shortage of yellow fever vaccine for travelers

By MIKE STOBBE

Americans who need a yellow fever shot for travel may soon have a harder time getting it.

Congress settles for stopgap to avoid government shutdown

By Erica Werner

The budget action amounted to more of a defeat for President Trump than a victory

The World

France’s dark Nazi history colors presidential campaign

(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on April 28, 2017 shows French presidential election candidate for the En Marche ! movement Emmanuel Macron (L) speaking during a campaign meeting in Arras, on April 26, 2017, and French presidential election candidate for the far-right Front National (FN) party Marine Le Pen speaking during a campaign meeting in Paris on April 17, 2017. French voters will go to the polls on May 7, to decide who will be the country's next President. / AFP PHOTO / Eric FEFERBERG AND ALAIN JOCARDERIC FEFERBERG,ALAIN JOCARD/AFP/Getty Images

By Sylvie Corbet and Angela Charlton

Marine Le Pen’s far-right party suffered a new blow over alleged Holocaust denial and her centrist rival visited the site of France’s worst Nazi massacre.

Friendly fire may have killed 2 Army Rangers in Afghanistan

By Lolita C. Baldor

Investigators are trying to determine if they were killed by ground fire from Afghan commandos or other American forces.

Mysterious illness kills 11 in Liberia, where Ebola raged

The symptoms appear to mimic those of Ebola in the early stages, specimens came back negative for the virus.

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US seeks tough North Korea action, but China shows no inclination

By MATTHEW PENNINGTON and EDITH M. LEDERER

Editorial & Opinion

Michael A. Cohen

The week that was — dead on arrival

President Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up as speaks at the National Rifle Association-ILA Leadership Forum, Friday, April 28, 2017, in Atlanta. The NRA is holding its 146th annual meetings and exhibits forum at the Georgia World Congress Center. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)

By Michael A. Cohen

NAFTA, dead. Obamacare repeal, dead. Draining the swamp, dead. Trump’s obsession with his electoral victory, not dead.

Letters

Trump’s inauspicious start

Readers reflect on the president’s first 100 days.

Metro

Netflix’s ‘13 Reasons Why’ has gone viral. So has alarm over its depiction of suicide

Katherine Langford in “13 Reasons Why.”

By Beth Teitell

“There is a contagion factor when a school has a suicide. . . . and this show is causing the contagion to happen.”

Legacy of Seabrook nuclear protest debated

A small group of anti-nuclear powers demonstrators gathered in Seabrook, N.H., on April 30, 1977.

By David Abel

Decades ago, Renny Cushing led hundreds of protesters through the front gates of perhaps the nation’s most controversial construction site.

Spotlight Follow-Up

Regulator sees ‘evidence of violations’ at Thornton Law Firm

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey.

By Andrea Estes

Regulators told Attorney General Maura Healey they have evidence the law firm and its attorneys broke multiple laws.

Business & Tech

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Oof, that’s a bad GDP number

This quarter’s GDP slump was partly driven by a big drop-off in car purchases.

By Evan Horowitz

US economic growth slowed to 0.7 percent in the first quarter.

Two drugs from Massachusetts biotechs win FDA approval

By Robert Weisman

Two experimental therapies hatched in the labs of Bay State biotechs won Food and Drug Administration approval Friday to be sold in the United States.

With UMass deal dead, is there any room in Boston for a soccer stadium?

Rendering of soccer stadium the Krafts were proposing for a site in Dorchester owned by the University of Massachusetts. (New England Revolution)

By Adam Vaccaro and Jon Chesto

The options seem to be running out.

Obituaries

Agustín Edwards Eastman, 89, Chilean publisher who worked with CIA while backing Pinochet

Mr. Edwards, in the description of the National Security Archive, was ‘‘the Rupert Murdoch of Chile.’’

By Emily Langer

Mr. Edwards used the power of his press to bolster the strongman’s regime through years of brutal repression.

Benjamin Barber; his ‘Jihad vs. McWorld’ presaged 9/11

By William Grimes

The political theorist argued that the expansion of capitalism around the world must be tethered to an expansion of democracy to prevent tribalism from reemerging.

NSA halts controversial e-mail collection practice to preserve larger surveillance program

By Ellen Nakashima

The practice of collecting e-mail traffic merely because it contains the e-mail address or phone number of a foreign target has been ended.

Sports

Red Sox 5, Cubs 4

Sox stave off Cubs to defeat reigning World Series champs

Boston, MA - 4/28/2017 - (1st inning) Boston Red Sox left fielder Andrew Benintendi (16) ties the game at 1-1 with a solo home run in the first inning. The Boston Red Sox host the Chicago Cubs in the first of a three game series at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 29Sox-Cubs, LOID: 8.3.2324371504.

By Peter Abraham

The Cubs rallied from a 5-2 deficit to pull within one run, but Craig Kimbrel struck out the side in the ninth.

CELTICS 105, BULLS 83

Celtics finish off Bulls in six games

Chicago IL 4/28/17 Boston Celtics Avery Bradley points to the sky after sinking a 3-point basket in fortn of Chicago Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg during second quarter action of game 6 of the NBA Playoffs at United Center. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: reporter:

By Adam Himmelsbach

Top-seeded Boston rolled to its fourth straight win and moved on to the Eastern semifinals against the Wizards.

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Bill Belichick is all in — just not the draft

Youngstown defensive end Derek Rivers runs a drill at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis, Sunday, March 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

By Christopher L. Gasper

For once, Belichick eschewed an abundance of draft picks for proven talent.

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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Theo Epstein returns as leader of the freed worlds

By Dan Shaughnessy

REVOLUTION AT SOUNDERS | SATURDAY, 10 P.M. (CSN)

Revolution hit the road to face defending MLS champs

By Dan Shulman

GIRLS’ SOFTBALL | DIGHTON-REHOBOTH 10, TAUNTON 9 (9 inn.)

D-R softball pulls out wild win in 9th

By Tom Joyce

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

East Boston’s Josh Rivera no-hits New Mission

By Karl Capen

BOYS’ LACROSSE | ST. JOHN’S PREP 8, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 7

St. John’s Prep lacrosse charges back to clip CM

By Marisa Ingemi

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ SOFTBALL NOTEBOOK

Ali Gacharna on a power surge for Chelsea

By Brandan Blom

rED sOX NOTEBOOK

Red Sox option Robbie Ross Jr. to Pawtucket

By Peter Abraham

GARY WASHBURN | ON BASKETBALL

Avery Bradley enjoyed a breakout series

By Gary Washburn

CELTICS NOTEBOOK

Amir Johnson taking reserve role in stride

By Adam Himmelsbach

NICK CAFARDO | SUNDAY BASEBALL NOTES

Life has changed dramatically for David Ross, and he’s enjoying it

By Nick Cafardo

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

Hanley Ramirez needs to warm up to the task at DH

By Nick Cafardo

Good Life

Cars

Buying a car? Better learn to haggle

By Elizabeth Leamy

It’s worth it to learn how to haggle, since we have to negotiate for are the most expensive things we buy: our homes and our cars.

Louder Than a Bomb poetry festival seems more political than ever

Brianna Moody displayed a poem’s score at the recent Louder Than a Bomb festival.

By James Sullivan

The young poets who showcase at the annual Boston-area version of the poetry slam are predisposed to social consciousness. This year more than ever.

Hot ticket

Freepoint Hotel to host podcast series

Eric Cacciatore of Restaurant Unstoppable.

By Kara Baskin

Visit the ultrachic Freepoint Hotel in Cambridge on May 10 for their inaugural podcast series.

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Obsession

The Wright Stuff

By Marni Elyse Katz

Love Letters

‘I snatched my Tupperware away from him’

By Meredith Goldstein