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Red Sox name Alex Cora as new manager

The announcement came Sunday, but Cora will continue to serve as bench coach with the Astros through the World Series.

US Senator Elizabeth Warren walked past photographers on her way to the Senate chamber for a vote.

Chip Somodevoilla/Getty Images/File

Elizabeth Warren starts warming up to the media

The change in strategy is significant for the US senator, who cites “the urgency of the moment” in the era of President Trump.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/10/10/BostonGlobe.com/Lifestyle/Images/turner101017LIVWhitneyScharer37.jpg How an Arlington author got a million-dollar book deal

Whitney Scharer’s debut novel, “The Age of Light,” was bought for more than $1 million after a bidding war involving a dozen publishers.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/10/23/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/200_walsh_tito.jpg Marty Walsh dominates Tito Jackson in new Globe poll

Walsh holds a 35-point lead in the mayoral race, according to the Suffolk University/Globe survey.

The travel ban, a source of confusion and fear among some foreign travelers, has already resulted in a loss of billions of dollars to the US economy.

Christopher Gregory/New York Times

Trump’s travel ban has already cost the US billions in tourism

Experts say each time the ban makes headlines, it turns off more travelers from a potential United States visit.

The World

Newly assertive CIA expands its Taliban hunt in Afghanistan

FILE -- Afghan Army soldiers during a re-supply mission near Dasht-e Langar, Afghanistan, Nov. 11, 2013. The CIA is expanding its covert operations in Afghanistan, sending small teams of highly experienced officers and contractors alongside Afghan forces to hunt and kill Taliban militants across the country. (Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times)

By Thomas Gibbons-Neff and Eric Schmitt

The agency sending small teams of officers and contractors alongside Afghan forces to hunt militants.

Japanese PM’s election risk pays off with a big win at the polls

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s coalition looks poised to retain power.

By Motoko Rich

Shinzo Abe’s party will have a commanding majority for his party in Parliament, fueling his hopes of revising the nation’s pacifist constitution.

US-backed forces take Syria’s largest oil field from ISIS

By the Associated Press

The seizure marked a major advance against the extremists in an area coveted by progovernment forces.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL ENDORSEMENT

A second term for Mayor Walsh

Mayor Marty Walsh and supporters celebrated on preliminary election night.

Mayor Martin Walsh of Boston deserves election to a second term on Nov. 7.

Opinion | Eileen McNamara

JFK’s other civil rights legacy

After signing a bill on the care of children with mental disabilities, President Kennedy handed the signing pen to Eunice Kennedy Shriver.

By Eileen McNamara

President Kennedy forged a revolution for people with intellectual disabilities.

Alex Beam

The war on sugar

By Alex Beam

It’s an addictive and deadly gateway drug. Today, Hershey’s Kisses; tomorrow crack cocaine.

Metro

Marty Walsh dominates Tito Jackson in new Globe poll

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh (left) holds a commanding 35-point advantage over rival Tito Jackson (right) in a new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll.

By Meghan E. Irons

Walsh holds a 35-point lead in the mayoral race, according to the Suffolk University/Globe survey.

BC Strong Scholarship honors Marathon bombings survivors

A battle with cancer led to Jack Manning’s losing half his leg to the disease. Today he helps others overcome physical limitations.

By Jeremy C. Fox

Jack Manning will be the first recipient of the scholarship, given in honor of BC graduate Patrick Downes and his wife, Jessica.

Lowell residents in shock after boy dies in pit bull attack

The fenced-in area where a 7-year-old boy was killed by two pit bulls is seen in Lowell.

By John Hilliard

The boy was mauled Saturday in a fenced-in area where two pit bulls were kept, according to the Middlesex district attorney’s office.

Business & Tech

Fidelity looks at whether fund unit’s culture is hostile to women

A sign marks a Fidelity Investments office in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. September 21, 2016. To match Special Report USA-FIDELITY/FAMILY REUTERS/Brian Snyder

By Globe Staff

The Boston financial giant has hired a consultant to examine its stock-picking division after the recent firing of two senior employees.

Thinking outside the mold, with 3-D printers that make objects of steel

A Metal X 3-D printer at Markforged in Watertown. Metal X isn’t built for speed, but it’s cheap enough to allow companies to buy them by the dozen and run them nonstop.

By Hiawatha Bray

A new generation of 3-D printers are designed to make products as tough as steel — for less money

STAT

Your ailments may drive what drug ads you get

Search histories can determine which ads go out.

By Rebecca Robbins

Big Pharma says it can target its marketing without violating privacy laws.

Obituaries

Robert Honeysucker, 74, baritone who overcame barriers

Mr. Honeysucker with conductor John Williams in 1993.

By Jeremy Eichler

Mr. Honeysucker was known for unforgettable performances with major classical music and opera organizations.

Andy McGhee, 89, big band saxophonist who taught at Berklee

At Berklee, Mr. McGhee wrote popular saxophone method books and taught generations of young musicians.

By Bryan Marquard

Mr. McGhee played with the big bands of Lionel Hampton and Woody Herman.

Gord Downie, 53, lead singer of Canada’s beloved Tragically Hip

Mr. Downie was described as his nation’s unofficial poet laureate.

By Harrison Smith

Mr. Downie made himself part of Canada’s national identity with songs about hockey and small towns.

Sports

Patriots 23, Falcons 7

Key takeaways from Patriots’ victory in Super Bowl rematch

Foxborough, MA - 10/22/2017: Patriots defensive lineman Adam Butler celebrates after sacking Falcons QB Matt Ryan during 2nd quarter action. The New England Patriots host the Atlanta Falcons at Gillette Stadium. Jim Davis / Globe staff

By Jim McBride

The New England defense ruled the night, and Tom Brady was efficient in the victory.

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Patriots-Falcons rematch was clearly a mismatch

Foxborough, MA - 10/22/2017: Patriots defensive lineman Adam Butler sacks Matt Ryan during 2nd quarter action. The New England Patriots host the Atlanta Falcons at Gillette Stadium. Jim Davis / Globe staff

By Christopher L. Gasper

It looked like the Super Bowl loss still weighed heavy on the Falcons’ minds and their season.

BEN VOLIN | ON FOOTBALL

It’s another example of the Patriots’ vast improvement on defense

Foxborough, MA - 10/22/2017: Patriots celebrate as Atlanta QB Matt Ryan walks off the field after goal line stand during 4th quarter action. Taylor Gabriel on ground after failed running play. The New England Patriots host the Atlanta Falcons at Gillette Stadium. Jim Davis / Globe staff

By Ben Volin

Better communication has led to better defensive play the last three weeks, especially against Atlanta.

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Gary Washburn | On basketball

Jabari Bird and Celtics bench having time of their lives

By Gary Washburn

Kevin Paul Dupont

Looking back at one the Bruins let get away

By Kevin Paul Dupont

MIAA FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

High school football playoff seedings announced

By Owen Pence

Revolution 3, Impact 2

Revolution end season on a high note

WEEK 7 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

Undefeated Lincoln-Sudbury leans on offensive line

By Henry Brechter

WEEK 7 | FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Methuen’s Peter Kwayke catalyst in victory over Lowell

By Henry Brechter

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Patriots tend to be active at trade deadline

By Jim McBride

NICK CAFARDO I ON BASEBALL

Alex Cora has a lot of things to figure out quickly with Red Sox

By Nick Cafardo

Healthy Life

How an Arlington author got a million-dollar book deal

Whitney Scharer sold her first novel for more than $1 million.

By Mark Shanahan

Whitney Scharer’s debut novel, “The Age of Light,” was bought for more than $1 million after a bidding war involving a dozen publishers.

Names

Todd English reportedly accused of sexually harassing waitress

Chef Todd English

By Mark Shanahan

According to The New York Daily News, a server has filed a complaint in a Manhattan court claiming she was harassed by the chef at his Todd English Food Hall in New York.

Names

Kyrie Irving dines at Explorateur

Kyrie Irving

By Maddie Kilgannon

The new Celtics star was joined by his brother, a teammate, and a friend.