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Berklee president: 11 faculty members have been terminated in 13 years for sex assault, harassment

At a packed campus-wide forum, the Berklee College of Music’s president apologized and pledged a faster and more transparent system for dealing with sexual misconduct.

General Electric chief executive John Flannery addressed investors Monday at a meeting in New York.

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General Electric plans job cuts, slash in quarterly dividend

CEO John Flannery made several big announcements to analysts and investors during a meeting Monday in New York.

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A number of attorneys and public relations specialists have joined the fight after local officials proposed to use eminent domain to take Pine Manor College land for a new school.

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The mammoth highway plan would dramatically reshape the neighborhood.

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The Globe’s Ben Volin joins Chris Gasper to break down the Patriots’ resounding victory in Denver.

Thomas J. Hudner Jr. saluted in 2012 at a ceremony in Charlestown celebrating the naming of a ship after him.

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Thomas J. Hudner Jr., 93, war hero and veterans’ affairs commissioner

Mr. Hudner, a Medal of Honor recipient, went on to lead the state Department of Veterans’s Services for much of the 1990s.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/11/02/BostonGlobe.com/Lifestyle/Images/tlumacki_bostonbruinsdentist_metro403.jpg Puck to the teeth? The Bruins’ dentist is in

Meet the man who for a quarter-century has been charged with patching up the mangled smiles of the city’s pro hockey players.

The Nation

Woman says that Roy Moore assaulted her as a 16-year-old

“Instead of stopping, he began squeezing my neck attempting to force my head onto his crotch,’’ said Beverly Young Nelson, who said Roy Moore attacked her when she was 16.

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Jonathan Martin

In tears, a new accuser said Monday that as a teenager in the 1970s she was sexually assaulted by Moore in a locked car.

Sessions mulling second special counsel to investigate Republican concerns, letter shows

Sessions mulling second special counsel to investigate Republican concerns, letter shows.

Menendez jury says it’s deadlocked; judge says to keep going

A juror who was excused told reporters she and others were in favor of acquittal but she expected a hung jury.

The World

Death toll tops 450 in Iran-Iraq earthquake

A woman mourned Monday in Pol-e Zahab as she held the body of her daughter, one of at least 236 people in the western Iranian city who died in the earthquake.

By Thomas Erdbrink

Iranians dug through rubble in a frantic search for survivors Monday after the quake near the Iraqi border.

Stalled in Congress, LGBT rights advance at the local level

They are notching victories in seemingly unlikely locales, such as Morgantown, W.Va., and Birmingham, Ala.

Trump lauds ‘great relationship’ with Duterte in Manila

President Trump struggled Monday before extending the traditional handshake to world leaders at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit in Manila. He praised the Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte (third from right).

By Julie Hirschfeld Davis

The president made little mention of human rights at his first face-to-face meeting with the Philippine leader.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

Trump’s unlimited nuclear power poses security risk

A mushroom cloud rose above Bikini atoll in the Marshall Islands following a 1946 atomic test blast by the United States.

It’s urgent that Congress tighten the rules governing the use of nuclear weapons.

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

The GOP tax cut is daylight robbery

By Jeffrey D. Sachs

If the tax cut passes, it will constitute the largest heist in human history.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Mitt Romney bets on another sure thing

Mitt Romney spoke in October 2016 at Lake Michigan College in Benton Harbor, Mich.

By Joan Vennochi

Romney’s language about Roy Moore is tough and uncompromising. But how long will that last?

Metro

KEVIN CULLEN

Roy Moore’s defenders compare him to St. Joseph. Try telling that to a nun

Roy Moore, Kevin Cullen writes, is ike a lot of self-righteous, judgmental, fundamentalist phonies who cloak themselves in religion: shameless

By Kevin Cullen

You’d think any politician who billed himself as a God-fearing Christian would be ashamed when confronted by credible accusations that he sought out girls half his age.

Former ambassador joins crowded congressional race

Rufus Gifford sderved as US ambassador to Denmark during President Obama’s second term.

By Colin A. Young

Manchester-by-the-Sea native Rufus Gifford was finance director for Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign. He’s the eighth Democrat to enter the field.

Mass. Pike project in Allston to cost $1 billion or more

The plan to alter the route of the Massachusetts Turnpike through the Allston stretch could reshape the neighborhood. Above: The highway makes a pronounced curve to avoid the site of a former rail yard.

By Adam Vaccaro

The mammoth highway plan would dramatically reshape the neighborhood.

Business & Tech

shirley leung

This ex-Fidelity worker won at the Supreme Court. Now a Boston jury will decide if she is a true whistle-blower

Jackie Lawson arrived at the John Joseph Moakley Federal Courthouse in South Boston on Monday. Lawson is a former Fidelity Investments employee who is suing the company for retaliation and harassment.

By Shirley Leung

Jackie Lawson alleges that she faced retaliation after she accused Fidelity of using accounting methods that led to charging millions of dollars in excessive fees to fund shareholders.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Why your mental map of the US economy is probably wrong

What’s behind the gains of interior America? Oil, gas, and the fracking boom have played a part, but not the only part.

By Evan Horowitz

The US heartland has had the strongest income growth since the 1980s. Yes, you read that right.

General Electric plans job cuts, slash in quarterly dividend

General Electric chief executive John Flannery addressed investors Monday at a meeting in New York.

By Jon Chesto

CEO John Flannery made several big announcements to analysts and investors during a meeting Monday in New York.

Obituaries

Thomas J. Hudner Jr., 93, war hero and veterans’ affairs commissioner

Thomas J. Hudner Jr. saluted in 2012 at a ceremony in Charlestown celebrating the naming of a ship after him.

By Joseph P. Kahn

Mr. Hudner, a Medal of Honor recipient, went on to lead the state Department of Veterans’s Services for much of the 1990s.

Fred Cole, 69, leader of garage-rockers Dead Moon

Dead Moon, including Mr. Cole, played in August 2015 in Santa Ana, Calif.

By Ben Sisario

With Dead Moon and various other groups, Mr. Cole set a standard for do-it-yourself perseverance.

Sports

STAN GROSSFELD

Aron Baynes swims with sharks, battles the bigs, and loves playing in Boston

Waltham, Ma-October 11, 2017-Stan Grossfeld/ Globe Staff- --Boston Celtics Aron Baynes heads home after rehab work at the Celtics training camp.

By Stan Grossfeld

The big, bruising Celtics center shared his thoughts on various subjects on a drive through the city.

BEN VOLIN | ON FOOTBALL

Rex Burkhead is as close to a two-way player as you will see in today’s NFL

DENVER, CO - NOVEMBER 12: Running back Rex Burkhead #34 of the New England Patriots is tackled by inside linebacker Brandon Marshall #54 of the Denver Broncos after a catch in the first quarter of a game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 12, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

By Ben Volin

Burkhead played the most snaps of all the backs Sunday, caught a TD pass, and was a monster on special teams.

Gary Washburn | On basketball

The Celtics could have gone south. Brad Stevens didn’t let that happen

Boston, MA - 11/08/2017 - (1st quarter) Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens facts to a call during the first quarter. The Boston Celtics host the Los Angeles Lakers at TD Garden. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Adam Himmelsbach, Topic: 09Celtics-Lakers, LOID: 8.3.4269467444.

By Gary Washburn

Things looked bleak when Gordon Hayward was injured, but the Celtics coach has maximize his remaining talent.

More Stories

DIVISION 2 NORTH BOYS’ SOCCER | CONCORD-CARLISLE 1, ARLINGTON 0

Concord-Carlisle wins title on penalty kicks

By Jonathan Sigal

DIVISION 2 NORTH GIRLS’ SOCCER | DANVERS 1, WINCHESTER 0

Riley Baker scores to lift Danvers to title

By Matt MacCormack

RED SOX NOTEBOOK

Red Sox lineup help will likely come via free agency

By Peter Abraham

Panthers 45. Dolphins 21

Cam Newton, Panthers roll over Dolphins

By Steve Reed

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Bill Belichick again calls for goal-line replay cameras

By Nora Princiotti

kevin paul dupont

Hockey Hall opens its doors to three Bruins

By Kevin Paul Dupont

FLUTO SHINZAWA | ON HOCKEY

Bruins are being ravaged by these injuries

By Fluto Shinzawa

Tuesday Stories

Puck to the teeth? The Bruins’ dentist is in

Edwin “Ted” Riley III has patched up Bruins’ smiles for the past quarter-century.

By Dugan Arnett

Meet the man who for a quarter-century has been charged with patching up the mangled smiles of the city’s pro hockey players.

Taylor Swift sets Gillette Stadium date

By Mark Shanahan

The 10-time Grammy winner will sandwich her eighth Foxborough show between a gig in New Jersey and a performance in Toronto.

Names

Amy Schumer is apparently dating a Martha’s Vineyard chef

Comedian-actress Amy Schumer.

By Mark Shanahan

Word is the comedian-actress is dating chef Chris Fischer, whose family has been running Beetlebung Farm in Chilmark since 1961.