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Yankees accuse Red Sox of stealing signs via Apple Watch and video

Boston filed a counterclaim involving New York’s use of a network camera. Major League Baseball has launched inquiries.

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President Trump on Tuesday ordered an end to the Obama-era program that shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation.

Protesters gathered in Samuel Adams Park in Boston on Tuesday in response to the abolishment of DACA.

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Mass. political leaders vow to protect DACA recipients

Attorney General Maura Healey said Massachusetts and other states plan to sue the Trump administration to preserve the program.

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The T plans to spend $352 million to improve the signal systems on the Red and Orange lines before new subway cars for each line arrive by 2023.

Hurricane Irma packed 185 miles per hour winds Tuesday as it barreled north.

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Global warming to make powerful hurricanes more likely

Warming oceans are likely to make powerful storms increasingly common in the coming decades, scientists say.

The Nation

Trump moves to end ‘dreamers’ program and calls on Congress to act

People take to the streets to protest during the announcement by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions at a briefing on Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals, at the Department of Justice in Washington, DC.

By Michael D. Shear and Julie Hirschfeld Davis

President Trump on Tuesday ordered an end to the Obama-era program that shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation.

British soldiers arrested on suspicion of being neo-Nazis

By Dan Bilefsky

Four serving members of the British army suspected of membership in a neo-Nazi party were arrested Tuesday on suspicion of being involved “in the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism.”

Government: Mosque can be built after lawsuit settled

Federal officials say their discrimination lawsuit against a Pennsylvania township over construction of a long-delayed mosque has been settled and the project can now move forward.

The World

At least 123,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar, U.N. says

By Austin Ramzy

At least 123,000 Rohingya have fled from western Myanmar into neighboring Bangladesh since late last month, the United Nations said Tuesday, as a military crackdown has destroyed villages and killed hundreds.

Azeri rulers accused of $3 billion money-laundering scheme

By Tony Halpin

Azerbaijan was accused of running a 2.5 billion euro ($3 billion) scheme to pay off European politicians, launder money and buy luxury goods, allegations that prompted the government to block an investigative-reporting project’s website.

Boko Haram killings have doubled in 5 months: Amnesty report

By Carley Petesch

Nigeria-based Boko Haram extremists have killed more than 380 people in the Lake Chad region since April, a major resurgence of attacks that has doubled the casualties compared to the previous five months, Amnesty International said Tuesday.

Editorial & Opinion

Renée Graham

It’s not up to Obama to save DACA

President Barack Obama, center, standing with Vice President Joe Biden, right, listens as Diana Calderon, a student who has benefited from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, speaks at a reception in the East Room of the White House in Washington, in October 2015.

By Renée Graham

No matter how he defends DACA, Obama won’t save us.

Opinion | Matthew Bernstein

Remembering Walter Becker, mascot of the alienated

Walter Becker performs with Steely Dan at Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts in 1993.

By Matthew Bernstein

For a teenager growing up in the 1970s, Steely Dan was more than a rock band.

Letters

NFL should follow Kaepernick’s lead

“Colin Kaepernick exercised his right to freedom of speech to protest . . . inequity. He did it in a way that was respectful.” — Dee Halzack

Metro

Mass. political leaders vow to protect DACA recipients

Protesters gathered in Samuel Adams Park in Boston on Tuesday in response to the abolishment of DACA.

By Michael Levenson, Laura Crimaldi and Deirdre Fernandes

Attorney General Maura Healey said Massachusetts and other states plan to sue the Trump administration to preserve the program.

MBTA says changes are coming after its signal system again strands riders

By Adam Vaccaro

The T plans to spend $352 million to improve the signal systems on the Red and Orange lines before new subway cars for each line arrive by 2023.

Global warming to make powerful hurricanes more likely

Hurricane Irma packed 185 miles per hour winds Tuesday as it barreled north.

By David Abel

Warming oceans are likely to make powerful storms increasingly common in the coming decades, scientists say.

Business & Tech

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Instagram awash with promotions for uncertified plastic surgeons

Examples of Instagram photo-driven postings being used as an advertising platform for medications and supplements.

By Kate Sheridan

A new study shows there’s a risk that the great-looking nose job you saw on Instagram wasn’t posted by someone certified to perform plastic surgery.

Bold Types

UMass duo have a winning message about unsafe texting

Don’t text and drive. Or did it say don’t text and die?

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Welcome back, Congress (cue ominous music)

By Evan Horowitz

Two potential crises await after summer break: a government shutdown and a debt-ceiling standoff.

Sports

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Boston’s reputation in sports takes another hit

Boston, MA: August 31, 2017: Baseball Commisioner Rob Manfred is pictured at a pre game press conference where he took questios concerning accusations that the Red Soxused electronic means to steal signs during games. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Toronto Blue Jays in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff).

By Dan Shaughnessy

The Red Sox’ sign-stealing case will be especially hard to live down in light of the Patriots history.

Yankees accuse Red Sox of stealing signs via Apple Watch and video

According to the New York Times, trainer Jon Jochim relayed signs to Red Sox players.

By Peter Abraham

Boston filed a counterclaim involving New York’s use of a network camera. Major League Baseball has launched inquiries.

UNITED STATES 1, HONDURAS 1

Late goal give US a tie with Honduras in World Cup soccer qualifier

USA's Bobby Wood (C) scores against Honduras during their 2018 World Cup football qualifier match in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on September 5, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRAORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images

By Ronald Blum

Bobby Wood, a 73rd-minute substitute, scored for the Americans in the 85th minute.

Wednesday Food

To raise an adventurous eater, eat adventurously together

Mexican tlayuda resembles pizza.

By Sheryl Julian

In most cultures, kids eat what adults eat. That’s often not the case here.

Thanks to Maria Menounos, Fenway is going Greek

Maria Menounos with her fiance, Keven Undergaro, and her parents, Litsa and Costas.

By Kaitlyn Locke

Maria Menounos opened her Greek food concession stand Monday, in an effort to give fans healthier options at Fenway Park.

Cheap Eats

Ramen worth seeking out at Amateras

Nagoya Maze “Mix” Soba at Amateras Ramen.

By Catherine Smart

The menu is short and sweet. What’s surprising is Amateras serves several styles of ramen — rather than specializing in one — and does each of them justice.