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Schumer, Pelosi say they have deal with Trump on young immigrants

Senator Chuck Schumer and Representative Nancy Pelosi, both Democrats, announced a deal with President Trump.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/09/12/BostonGlobe.com/Arts/Images/NDN_12summerseries01_arts.jpg Ambitious Rhode Island music fest ends in failure of ‘epic proportions’

The Newport Contemporary Music Series boasted a star-studded lineup, but it cratered amid charges of broken promises, rank amateurism, and more than $100,000 in unpaid musicians fees.

Ivelisse Florentino boarded a bus with her three children outside their temporary housing at the Home Suites Inn in Waltham. From left are emily Familia, 16, Daniel Santana, 9, and Daniela Santana, 10.

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

Is putting a homeless family in a motel room the right choice?

One family’s story puts a spotlight on one of the state’s most difficult and emotional entitlement programs, now at the core of the lawsuit.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/09/13/BostonGlobe.com/ReceivedContent/Images/RinaldiStJohn206.jpg A famed hurricane refuge is filled with rubble

When Hurricane Irma plowed through the Caribbean last week, the small, isolated community of Coral Bay at the eastern edge of St. John became close to ground zero for the destruction.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/09/14/BostonGlobe.com/National/Images/AFP_SE4FQ-4943-U833541109187wJI--90x90@BostonGlobe.com.jpg There’s a Democratic split over single-payer care (not that you’d notice)

Many are questioning whether a government takeover of the health care system, and the required higher taxes to pay for it, are the right policy for a wounded Democratic party.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/09/11/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/12Groton207.jpg Father of suspect in Groton killings struggles to understand

With tears in his eyes, Alexander Krause struggled to comprehend the enormity of the crime his son, Orion, allegedly committed.

The Nation

A famed hurricane refuge is filled with rubble

Heidi Arnold sorted through the wreckage of her office in Coral Bay to see if she could salvage anything in the Coral Bay section of St. John.

By David Abel

When Hurricane Irma plowed through the Caribbean last week, the small, isolated community of Coral Bay at the eastern edge of St. John became close to ground zero for the destruction.

There’s a Democratic split over single-payer care (not that you’d notice)

Senator Bernie Sanders unveiled the broad strokes of his plan Wednesday, along with 15 Democratic cosponsors.

By Astead W. Herndon

Many are questioning whether a government takeover of the health care system, and the required higher taxes to pay for it, are the right policy for a wounded Democratic party.

Schumer, Pelosi say they have deal with Trump on young immigrants

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) adjusts a microphone for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) as he spoke on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, on Capitol Hill in Washington last week.

By Maggie Haberman and Yamiche Alcindor

Senator Chuck Schumer and Representative Nancy Pelosi, both Democrats, announced a deal with President Trump.

The World

Fix or nix the Iran nuclear deal, Netanyahu demands ahead of Trump meeting

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks a meeting with businessmen in Buenos Aires, on September 12, 2017. Netanyahu, who is accompanied by a 30-member delegation of Israeli business leaders on his two-day official visit to Argentina, said Israel was an

By Loveday Morris and Ruth Eglash

Israel’s prime minister is particularly unhappy with the sunset clause in the accord.

Tanker, dredger collide off Singapore; 2 dead, 3 missing

By ANNABELLE LIANG

An oil tanker and a dredger collided in Singapore waters Wednesday, capsizing the dredger and leaving two dead and three crew members missing, authorities said.

Thousands Evacuated Across Russia After Wave of Bomb Threats

By Stepan Kravchenko

More than 45,000 people have been evacuated from airports, schools and government buildings across Russia over the last two days amid a wave of fake bomb threats that officials called unprecedented.

Editorial & Opinion

Opinion | Thomas J. Hynes Jr.

Boston has what Amazon is looking for

The Amazon Spheres rest beneath Day One, the dominant building owned by Amazon in downtown Seattle.

By Thomas J. Hynes Jr.

We have the intellectual capital and talent and should go all out to lure Amazon.

DANTE RAMOS

Amazon needs a better pitch than ‘you’d be lucky to have us’

Amazon’s largest Fulfillment Center in India, on the outskirts of Hyderabad.

By Dante Ramos

Jeff Bezos channels LeBron James’s “The Decision.”

JOAN VENNOCHI

Joan Vennochi: A mind-blowing slate of visiting fellows at Harvard

Corey Lewandowski.

By Joan Vennochi

And not mind-blowing in an entirely positive way.

Metro

Father of suspect in Groton killings struggles to understand

Alexander Krause at his son Orion’s arraignment.

By Brian MacQuarrie and Laura Crimaldi

With tears in his eyes, Alexander Krause struggled to comprehend the enormity of the crime his son, Orion, allegedly committed.

Ambitious Rhode Island music fest ends in failure of ‘epic proportions’

Paul Van Anglen.

By Malcolm Gay

The Newport Contemporary Music Series boasted a star-studded lineup, but it cratered amid charges of broken promises, rank amateurism, and more than $100,000 in unpaid musicians fees.

Yvonne Abraham

At last, decency at Bridgewater

Bridgewater, MA -- 9/7/2017 - Flowers grow alongside the walkways of the courtyard inside Bridgewater State Hospital where dramatic changes in the way the Hospital is run have led to a sharp reduction in the use of force and restraints to control the patients. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 11bridgewater Reporter:

By Yvonne Abraham

All along, advocates have been saying Bridgewater could be reformed, that if only our leaders could find the will, the way would be obvious. It’s infuriating how right they were.

Business & Tech

State makes headway in limiting health care spending, report shows

Massachusetts State House

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Total spending on health care grew 2.8 percent in 2016, well below the state’s goal, set in law, of keeping spending increases below 3.6 percent a year.

QUICK STUDY

Household income in Massachusetts was way up last year

Total income for the median household reached $75,300 in 2016.

By Evan Horowitz

Significantly, the gains weren’t split by inequality or confined to those in upper income brackets.

One year, 100 breweries. Grand prize: drink with beer legends

A new app allows user to follow a beer trail map throughout the state.

By Dan Adams

Five craft beer fanatics will dine with the founders of Boston Beer, Harpoon, and Night Shift.

Obituaries

Pete V. Domenici, Republican senator from New Mexico, dies at 85

Pete Domenici represented New Mexico for six terms in the Senate.

By Elaine S. Povich

Mr. Domenici, who represented his state in Congress from 1973 to 2009, was the longest-serving senator in New Mexico history.

Sports

ATLANTA UNITED 7, REVOLUTION 0

Josef Martinez’s first-half hat trick sinks Revolution

Atlanta United's Miguel Almiron jumps onto Josef Martinez after Martinez scored on a penalty kick against the New England Revolution during an MLS soccer match Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, in Atlanta. (Miguel Martinez/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

The undermanned Revolution remained winless on the road in 2017.

ATHLETICS 7, RED SOX 3

Red Sox defeated by Athletics

Boston, MA - 9/13/2017 - (3rd inning) Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Doug Fister asks for a new ball after Oakland Athletics right fielder Matt Joyce scored during the third inning. The Boston Red Sox host the Oakland Athletics in the second of a three game series at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 14Red Sox-A's, LOID: 8.3.3712452174.

By Peter Abraham

Doug Fister lasted just four innings, allowing six runs on six hits.

Fenway Park marathon set up as an inside-the-park home run

Boston-07/15/2017-Dave McGillivray runs along the warning track of Fenway Park as he checked out the course for a September 15th 2017 marathon fundraiser to be held inside the ballpark. It will be the first time a marathon will be held inside a major league ball field. He has dozens of runners already signed up for the event. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

By Rachel G. Bowers

Dave McGillivray, the race director of the Boston Marathon, will be among 50 runners participating Friday.

Thursday Scene

At home in a world of words

Frank Bidart at his home in Cambridge.

By James Sullivan

Frank Bidart gathers his work and his thoughts after decades of accolades and poetry.

Thing Tank

Ted Cruz has a social media faux pas, and the internet explodes

Senator Ted Cruz

By Michael Andor Brodeur

Also, ESPN’s Sergio Dipp transfixed Monday Night Football fans.

The neon-bright world of Tarriona ‘Tank’ Ball

Tank and the Bangas play the Sinclair Thursday night.

By Zoë Madonna

The powerhouse poet-diva and her funky band play the Sinclair Thursday night.