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A nurse’s aide plays video games while a veteran dies at Bedford VA hospital

The Bedford VA hospital admitted its care for Bill Nutter was not “up to our standards,” but the reality was uglier. Now, the FBI is investigating.

CLEVELAND, OH - OCTOBER 17: Kyrie Irving #11 of the Boston Celtics consoles Gordon Hayward #20 after Hayward was injured while playing the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena on October 17, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

With Gordon Hayward’s brutal injury, Celtics’ season changes in an instant

All of the plot lines of Tuesday’s season opener disappeared when Gordon Hayward went down with a gruesome leg injury.

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The grieving parents of fallen soldiers do not forget the personal condolences of a commander in chief.

Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone is leading a bid for Amazon from that city, but also believes a regional approach to wooing the company is best.

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Amazon will get more than one bid from Mass. Will that hurt or help?

Several communities are readying proposals for the e-retailer’s second headquarters — including more than one from the Boston area.

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The president insisted, though, that he’d move forward to repeal Barack Obama’s signature health law.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/08/25/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/ryan_exams2_met.jpg New tests bring worse scores for Mass. students

Students in grades 3-8 performed worse on the redesigned MCAS — often by eye-popping double-digit margins.

The Nation

Judge in Hawaii blocks Trump travel ban hours before it was to begin

US District Judge Derrick Watson in Honolulu has blocked the Trump administration from enforcing its latest travel ban.

By Matt Zapotosky

A federal judge said the ban, which was to take effect Wednesday, ignores an earlier ruling that the move exceeds President Trump’s authority.

Judge: ‘Breathtaking’ lack of leadership on Flint water

By Ed White

The federal judge ordered Flint, Mich., to choose a long-term source of drinking water by next week.

Las Vegas hotel security guard’s disappearance draws attention

Jesus Campos was scheduled to give a series of interviews last week.

By Ken Ritter

The cancellation of scheduled TV interviews last week by a hotel security guard wounded by the Las Vegas shooter has raised questions.

The World

Raqqa, ISIS ‘capital,’ is captured, US-backed forces say

Fighters from the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces celebrated their victory in Raqqa, Syria.

By Anne Barnard and Hwaida Saad

US Central Command said “more than 90 percent” of the city is under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces.

Israel says no talks if Hamas in Palestinian government

Palestinians celebrated last week after Hamas and Fatah signed a reconciliation agreement.

By Josef Federman

The announcement came as the Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah government is in talks with Hamas over ending a 10-year split.

Thousands more Rohingya Muslims cross border into Bangladesh

Thousands of Muslims have fled Myanmar since August. New arrivals were held by border guards on Tuesday and were prevented from reaching the refugee camps in Bangladesh.

By Dar Yasin

A video shot Monday shows thousands of Rohingya trudging toward Bangladesh.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

The #MeToo campaign needs to continue beyond the social media firestorm

This should be the beginning, not the end, of a deeper examination of sexual abuse in the workplace.

Renée Graham

Toxic masculinity is killing us

By Renée Graham

Any sign of weakness is a kind of death.

Dan Wasserman

Who knew health care could be so complicated?

By Dan Wasserman

President Trump is hard at work on health care policy.

Metro

Spotlight follow-up

A nurse’s aide plays video games while a veteran dies at Bedford VA hospital

A cellphone photo shows Brigitte Darton as she sits with her father, William Nutter, on a visit, not long before he died.

By Andrea Estes

The Bedford VA hospital admitted its care for Bill Nutter was not “up to our standards,” but the reality was uglier. Now, the FBI is investigating.

Students still uneasy, despite travel-ban ruling

By Cristela Guerra

Being forced to choose between a Harvard University education or seeing her family is no choice at all to 21-year-old Leen Al Kassab

Dorchester hotel homicide victim ‘was targeted in that room,’ police say

A man was shot and killed early Tuesday in the Holiday Inn Express hotel on Boston Street, officials said.

By Emily Sweeney

A man in his 20s was shot and killed Tuesday in a fifth-floor room at the Holiday Inn Express in Dorchester.

Business & Tech

Worcester to offer $500 million in incentives to lure Amazon

Buildings are seen along Front Street in downtown Worcester.

By Shirley Leung

The state’s second-largest city is digging deep to woo an Amazon headquarters facility.

Amazon will get more than one bid from Mass. Will that hurt or help?

Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone is leading a bid for Amazon from that city, but also believes a regional approach to wooing the company is best.

By Jon Chesto and Tim Logan

Several communities are readying proposals for the e-retailer’s second headquarters — including more than one from the Boston area.

Driverless cars may be antidote for Boston’s bad traffic, report says

The report predicts vehicle traffic in Boston could decrease between 11 percent and 28 percent, and average travel time for commuters could fall anywhere from 11 percent to 30 percent.

By Adam Vaccaro

The study takes an optimistic approach to the emerging technology.

Sports

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

With Gordon Hayward’s brutal injury, Celtics’ season changes in an instant

CLEVELAND, OH - OCTOBER 17: Kyrie Irving #11 of the Boston Celtics consoles Gordon Hayward #20 after Hayward was injured while playing the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena on October 17, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

By Dan Shaughnessy

All of the plot lines of Tuesday’s season opener between the Celtics and Cavaliers disappeared when Gordon Hayward went down with a gruesome leg injury.

Cavaliers 102, Celtics 99

Injury overshadows Cavaliers win over Celtics

Boston Celtics' Jayson Tatum, right, drives past Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James in the first half of an NBA basketball game, Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

By Adam Himmelsbach

Kyrie Irving scored 22 points for the Celtics, while LeBron James led the Cavaliers with 29.

GARY WASHBURN | ON BASKETBALL

There are no easy solutions for Celtics’ Brad Stevens

Gordon Hayward’s injury means Jayson Tatum will get more playing time this season.

By Gary Washburn

With Gordon Hayward sidelined, Stevens will have to devise a contingency plan just to compete.

Wednesday Food

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Katy Tur brings her election story to Boston

Katy Tur (left) at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Dorchester Tuesday night with Robin Young.

By Meredith Goldstein

WBUR’s Robin Young led an interview with the MSNBC anchor.

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Another accolade for Andris Nelsons

By Mark Shanahan

The BSO music director is Musical America’s artist of the year.

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Former employee claims racial discrimination in suit against Handel and Haydn Society

David Snead, the Handel and Haydn Society’s president and CEO.

By Mark Shanahan

A woman who was the acting director of marketing says she was fired after complaining about language used by the group’s CEO.