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President Trump received applause from members of the African-American community after signing a proclamation Friday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Analysis

Is Trump a racist? The answer for many seems to be yes

With his comments aimed at Africa, Haiti, and El Salvador, President Trump provided strong evidence that his approach to US immigration policy is guided by racist views.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/01/11/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/Lee_haitiquake1_met.jpg ‘It’s like a double sword in your heart’ — local Haitians react to Trump’s insults

It was just too much, one woman said of the comments that came the day before the eighth anniversary of Haiti’s catastrophic earthquake.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/01/10/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/lee_010918_mezzzana1_biz.jpg You may love high-end restaurant delivery — but the chefs kind of hate it

In a competitive dining scene, more upscale restaurants are now offering delivery straight to your door.

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Angry residents say, a plan by the Peabody Essex Museum threatens to cut the city’s link to its proud history.

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Kyle Draper on what the Cavs shakeup means for the Celtics.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/01/12/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/IMG_2361.jpg BPS website foul-up gives parents flawed data

For the past month, the district provided parents with incomplete lists, as well as misleading information about the quality of schools.

The Nation

Analysis

Is Trump a racist? The answer for many seems to be yes

President Trump received applause from members of the African-American community after signing a proclamation Friday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

By Matt Viser and Liz Goodwin

With his comments aimed at Africa, Haiti, and El Salvador, President Trump provided strong evidence that his approach to US immigration policy is guided by racist views.

Porn star who claimed sexual encounter with Trump received hush money

By Christopher Mele

The plan has angered activists who said it would violate liberties and endanger the environment.

Trump gets ‘excellent health’ report from White House doctor

President Trump spent about three hours at the medical facility in Bethesda, Md., outside Washington, for the Friday afternoon checkup.

By Darlene Superville and Ken Thomas

Dr. Ronny Jackson, in a statement released by the White House, said the examination ‘‘went exceptionally well.”

The World

3 Chile churches firebombed before pope’s visit

A church employee surveys the damage caused by an overnight fire bomb attack at the Emmanuel Catholic Church, in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Three churches were attacked with fire bombs in Santiago overnight, dropping leaflets at the scene against the upcoming visit of Pope Francis, and calling for a

President Michelle Bachelet asked Chileans to receive Pope Francis in a “climate of respect.”

From Norway to Haiti, Trump’s comments stir outrage

By Henrik Pryser Libell

The remarks were widely seen in Oslo as racially charged and at odds with Norwegian values of inclusivity.

Greek strikes disrupt transit services

A riot policeman falls while leftist protesters clash with police as they try to take the stairs leading to the parliament building in Athens on January 12, 2018, as part of a strike wave against changes to a 36-year-old industrial action law demanded by the country's creditors. / AFP PHOTO / LOUISA GOULIAMAKILOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty Images

Police fired tear gas as more than 8,000 protesters joined a demonstration in central Athens.

Editorial & Opinion

Letters

Be it resolved: the year — and the tasks — ahead

Boston, MA- July 06, 2017: Commuters wait for a train on the MBTA Red Line at the Park Street Station in Boston, MA on July 06, 2017. (CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF) section: metro reporter:

Readers were moved to weigh in on the editorial board’s resolutions for 2018.

Metro

Salem residents angry over museum’s plan to move historical records

Salem,MA-12/1/98- Original document from the Salem witch trial.

By Malcolm Gay

Angry residents say, a plan by the Peabody Essex Museum threatens to cut the city’s link to its proud history.

Don’t go out on ice, Boston Fire spokesman says after scare on pond

Boston Police on a pontoon raft searched Jamica Pond in response to a report that an individual had fallen through the ice.

By Elise Takahama

Boston police and fire officials responded to a report of an unattended bike and footprints in the snow near Jamaica Pond Friday morning, officials said.

In civil action, feds seeks new penalties for New Bedford fishing mogul

Carlos Rafael in 2014.

By Danny McDonald and John R. Ellement

Federal fishing authorities aren’t done with “The Codfather.”

Business & Tech

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

How Facebook plans to change your mind

“We built Facebook to help people stay connected and bring us closer together with the people that matter to us,” Mark Zuckerberg wrote.

By Hiawatha Bray

Mark Zuckerberg thinks we need to improve our relationships — starting online at his social media creation.

Businesses bullish on Boston space

BOSTON, MA - 11/09/2017: Boston view water front area aerial (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: TOPIC

By Jon Chesto

Real estate brokerage NAI Hunneman’s latest report on Boston’s office market indicates that the waves of employer immigration into the city show no sign of abating.

CVS Health confirms that Aetna will stay in Hartford

“We have no plans to relocate Aetna’s operations from Hartford and, in fact, view Hartford as the future location of our center of excellence for the insurance business,” CVS spokesman Michael DeAngelis said in an e-mail.

By Jon Chesto

Aetna won’t be bound for Manhattan after all now that the health insurance giant is planning to be acquired by CVS Health.

Sports

Sports log

Lightning lose Victor Hedman for 3-6 weeks

Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman (77), of Sweden, celebrates with the bench after scoring against the Carolina Hurricanes during the first period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

The All-Star defenseman was helped from the ice Thursday following a knee-to-knee collision with Calgary’s Garnet Hathaway

Baseball notebook

Josh Donaldson, Kris Bryant set signing records

Toronto Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson throws to first base during the first inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox in Boston, Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

The third basemen were among 145 players who agreed to one-year contracts rather than swap proposed salaries in arbitration.

PROVIDENCE 4, BC 1

No. 11 Providence skates past 16th-ranked BC

By Frank Dell’Apa

The hot Friars spoiled goalie Joe Woll’s return to the Eagles to earn their fifth straight win.

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Lawrence 89, Lowell 65

Lawrence boys’ basketball hands Lowell first loss

By Karl Capen

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Me’ara Carter, Fenway in command

By Greg Levinsky

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | FENWAY 53, O’BRYANT 28

Me’ara Carter, Fenway in command

By Greg Levinsky

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NOTES

Wrestlers fashion opinions on new uniforms

By David Austin Bumpus

TITANS AT PATRIOTS

Patriots’ keys to victory over the Titans

By Jim McBride

Fluto Shinzawa | On Hockey

Claude Julien’s influence is still felt with the Bruins

By Fluto Shinzawa

JOE SULLIVAN | COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Michigan State hasn’t proven it’s a championship team

By Joe Sullivan

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Malcolm Mitchell ruled out for Titans game

By Nora Princiotti

Chad Finn | Unconventional preview

After a week of conjecture, Patriots finally get back to football

By Chad Finn

Newton North 70, Cambridge R&L 45

Newton North ends Cambridge R&L’s 53-game winning streak

By Nate Weitzer

Division 1 state coaches relays

Lowell boys, Andover girls win Div. 1 state coaches relays

By Shawn McFarland

Good Life

Fake news jeans: travesty or sign of the times?

Topshop’s Fake News jeans.

By Vanessa Friedman

Since the Golden Globes on Sunday, the question of what to wear to the various awards shows has become even more fraught than usual. It’s not just about a dress any more, but about solidarity.

In times of loss, his voice brings comfort

Andrew Giordano sings during a service at St. Barbara Parish Church in Woburn accompanied by Todd Theriault.

By Juliet Pennington

Performer and actor Andrew Giordano didn’t expect to become a funeral singer. But he believes he’s where he’s meant to be.

Music Review

In Symphony Hall, early works from modern masters

Francois-Xavier Roth conducts pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard and the BSO during Bartok’s Piano Concerto No. 1 at Symphony Hall Thursday night.

By Jeremy Eichler

Francois-Xavier Roth led the Boston Symphony Orchestra in works by Stravinsky, Bartok, and Webern.

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love letters by meredith goldstein

No answers. No explanations. Just gone.

By Meredith Goldstein

hot ticket

The Seaport gets a (swanky) multiplex

By Kara Baskin

obsession

Program explores the business of fashion

By Marni Elyse Katz