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PART 3: BOSTON. RACISM. IMAGE. REALITY.

Color line persists, in sickness as in health

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

Simply put: If you are black in Boston, you are less likely to get care at several of the city’s elite hospitals than if you are white.

THOMAS FARRAGHER

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/07/19/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/farragher_20140719.jpg Indispensable and unstoppable, Gloria Negri was at the heart of the Globe

For 53 years, she ranged wide for the newspaper, from “Fabulous Fenway” to war-torn Saigon. Negri died on Sunday.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/12/12/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/200_messier_mom.jpg Prison guards acquitted in death of Bridgewater patient

The guards were acquitted for their role in the 2009 death of Joshua Messier.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/12/11/BostonGlobe.com/National/Images/890394196-4866.jpg Women renew their accusations against Trump

President Trump’s history of alleged sexual misconduct re-emerged Monday amid the national reckoning over inappropriate behavior.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/12/11/BostonGlobe.com/ReceivedContent/Images/12-11-17_needles_03.jpg Students keep finding needles near their school. They want action from the city.

On his way to school in Roxbury each morning, Emanuel Pires tries to avoid the discarded needles. But they are everywhere.

The Nation

Women renew their accusations against Trump

From left: Rachel Crooks, Jessica Leeds, and Samantha Holvey listened to Lisa Boyne talk via speakerphone during a press conference in which the women accused President Trump of sexual harassment.

By Matt Viser

President Trump’s history of alleged sexual misconduct re-emerged Monday amid the national reckoning over inappropriate behavior.

N.Y. bombing suspect was inspired by Islamic State

Police put up cordons near Times Square on Monday after a terrorist pipe bomb exploded in a subway tunnel under the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

By Sarah Maslin Nir and Jonah Engel Bromwich

A Bangladeshi immigrant is accused of setting off a pipe bomb strapped to his body Monday morning at a busy transit hub.

Firefighters protect coastal California towns as blaze rages

Flames advanced toward homes Sunday in Carpinteria.

By Christopher Weber

A destructive Southern California wildfire exploded in size, becoming the fifth largest in state history.

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Turnout may be a wild card in Ala. Senate race

By Alan Blinder, Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin

The World

Saudi Arabia lifts decades-long ban on movie theaters

Saudi women watched movies at a film festival in Riyadh earlier this year. Saudi Arabia on Monday said it was ending a decades-long ban on cinemas.

By Abduallah al-Shihri

Cinemas were shut down in the 1980s during a wave of ultraconservatism in the country.

Editorial & Opinion

Opinion | George J. Mitchell and Alon Sachar

Enduring belief in the two-state solution as a path to peace

Jewish settlers (left) and a Palestinian family (right) watched as Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in the street below in the Arab quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday.

By George J. Mitchell and Alon Sachar

There’s no other option: A two-state solution is still necessary.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Besides saying the right thing, what can Richard Shelby do about Roy Moore?

US Senator Richard C. Shelby, Republican of Alabama, spoke to reporters last month.

By Joan Vennochi

Shelby’s comments about Moore were courageous. But what happens if Moore is elected?

Opinion | Richard North Patterson

Trump plays the race card yet again by targeting affirmative action on campus

By Richard North Patterson

For Republican ideologues and cynics, reverse discrimination in admissions is a politically potent myth.

Metro

THOMAS FARRAGHER

Indispensable and unstoppable, Gloria Negri was at the heart of the Globe

Boston, MA - 09/13/12 - Long time Boston Globe reporter Gloria Negri bids a fond farewell to her fellow colleagues at her retirement sendoff in the Globe editorial newsroom. - (Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin) section: Metro, reporter: unknown, slug: 14negri, LOID: 5.0.274994604.

By Thomas Farragher

For 53 years, she ranged wide for the newspaper, from “Fabulous Fenway” to war-torn Saigon. Negri died on Sunday.

Prison guards acquitted in death of Bridgewater patient

From left: Derek Howard, John Raposo, and George Billadeau reacted after they were acquitted Monday in the 2009 death of patient Joshua Messier.

By Michael Rezendes

The guards were acquitted for their role in the 2009 death of Joshua Messier.

Students keep finding needles near their school. They want action from the city.

Students from Orchard Gardens protested in front of their school on Monday morning.

By Meghan E. Irons

On his way to school in Roxbury each morning, Emanuel Pires tries to avoid the discarded needles. But they are everywhere.

Business & Tech

Measured, heartbroken, elated: Emotions run high after Mario Batali sexual harassment allegations

Mario Batali speaks with a reporter last year at the Eataly food court and grocery store in the Prudential Center. In response to sexual misconduct charges, Eataly released a statement Monday saying that the allegations “were extremely troubling to us. We fully support Mr. Batali’s decision to step away from any active involvement with Eataly.”

By Devra First

The celebrity chef, who is behind Eataly and Babbo, is stepping away from his businesses and his TV roles.

So long, Bud — Sam Adams is the new official beer of the Red Sox

Boston Beer Co. founder Jim Koch (left) and Red Sox chief executive Sam Kennedy toasted over the new deal.

By Dan Adams

The deal between the ballclub and Boston Beer Co. runs through the 2025 season.

Sanofi Genzyme issues recall for contaminated arthritis gel

By Jonathan Saltzman

The Cambridge-based biotech told doctors and pharmacists to return more than 12,000 syringes filled with Sinvisc-One.

Obituaries

Gloria Negri, 91; Globe reporter broke barriers with daring and panache

Ms. Negri bid farewell to her colleagues during a 2012 event to mark her retirement.

By Bryan Marquard

Ms. Negri, of Scituate, worked at the Globe for 53 years, breaking barriers for women in the newsroom who would follow.

Sports

Dolphins 27, Patriots 20

Once again, Miami is a house of horrors for Patriots

Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake forced Tom Brady to throw away a pass late in the fourth quarter.

By Jim McBride

The loss snapped an eight-game winning streak and 14-game road winning streak.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Sure this was a bad Patriots loss, but it really changed nothing

Miami Gardens, FL - 12/11/2017 - {3rd quarter) An angry New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) had words for his offensive line during the third quarter. The New England Patriots visit the Miami Dolphins in a Monday night football game at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: James M. McBride, Topic: 12Patriots-Dolphins, LOID:8.4.335853716.

By Dan Shaughnessy

The Patriots should move on to Pittsburgh.

Tara Sullivan

The Patriots seemed untrappable. Then they got trapped

Dolphins wide receiver Jakeem Grant (19) hauled in a touchdown pass over Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler (21) during the third quarter.

By Tara Sullivan

The Patriots defense dug itself into a hole it could never climb out of in a loss to the Dolphins on Monday.

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BULLS 108, CELTICS 85

Chalk this Celtics loss up to a ‘collective failure’

By Adam Himmelsbach

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Chris Hogan returns to action, but has a tough night

By Jim McBride

Celtics Notebook

Celtics hoping Kyrie Irving’s absence is a brief one

By Adam Himmelsbach

Red Sox notebook

Red Sox say Jackie Bradley Jr. not on trading block

By Peter Abraham

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Enjoy what you are seeing with Tom Brady, people

By Dan Shaughnessy

Nora Princiotti

Was Jarvis Landry deflating a football in the end zone?

By Nora Princiotti

BEN VOLIN | ON FOOTBALL

What the Patriots were missing made all the difference

By Ben Volin

FLUTO SHINZAWA | ON HOCKEY

Adam McQuaid nearing a return, which is good news for Bruins

By Fluto Shinzawa

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

Giancarlo Stanton’s agent says Red Sox were never interested

By Nick Cafardo

JOE SULLIVAN | COLLEGE BASKETBALL

BC needs to build on the Duke victory

By Joe Sullivan

Tuesday Stories

TV CRITIC’S CORNER

Dancing around a ‘Crown’ cast change

Matt Smith and Claire Foy in “The Crown.”

By Matthew Gilbert

Asked by Seth Meyers who would replace him, Matt Smith said, “Well, I don’t know — I maybe know. I don’t know if I know. I’m not meant to know, but I maybe know.”

Names

Movie about Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft gets a director

An empty frame where Rembrandt's “The Storm on the Sea of Galilee” was displayed at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

By Mark Shanahan

“Master Thieves” will be based on the book by former Globe reporter Steve Kurkjian.

NAMES

Former ‘Dinner With Cupid’ dater is ‘Jeopardy!’ champ

“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek (left) and Ben Raphel.

By Lauren Daley

While that dinner at Cafe Sushi in Cambridge didn’t pan out, he told the host that his current girlfriend did read that article before they dated.