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Steve Wynn resigns as chair and CEO of Wynn resorts

Stephen Wynn has resigned as chief executive of the casino company he founded over accusations of sexual misconduct.

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The governor is skeptical of regulators’ plans to create an unusually expansive recreational pot market in Massachusetts.

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

The Johnston Gate at Harvard Yard in Cambridge.

College leaders want next Harvard president to stand up to Trump

Officials from the rest of the higher education industry want the new chief to combat a wave of anti-intellectualism they believe has been elevated by President Trump.

The Nation

Trump’s ‘marching orders’ to the Pentagon: Plan a grand military parade

President Trump’s vision of soldiers marching and tanks rolling down the boulevards of Washington is moving closer to reality in the Pentagon and White House.

By Greg Jaffe and Philip Rucker

President Trump has long mused about wanting such a parade, but a Jan. 18 meeting in the Pentagon’s tank reportedly marked a tipping point.

House prohibits sexual relationships between lawmakers and their staffers

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 07: House Administration Committee member Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA) delivers opening remarks during a hearing on preventing sexual harassment in Congress in the Longworth House Office Building on Capitol Hill December 7, 2017 in Washington, DC. Committee members and staff tasked with handling sexual harassment cases in Congress agreed that the Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 needs to be revisited and reformed in the wake of recent accusations of harassment and resulting resignations. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

By Elise Viebeck and Jenna Portnoy

The House voted Tuesday to prohibit sexual relationships between lawmakers and their employees.

Trump was speaking ‘tongue in cheek’ when he said Democrats were ‘treasonous,’ spokesman says

Trump was speaking “tongue in cheek” when he said Democrats were ‘treasonous,’ spokesman says

The World

President says he’ll sign bill making it a crime to say Poland was complicit in Holocaust

Far-right groups demonstrated at the presidential palace Monday for a bill to limit certain Holocaust-related speech.

By Marc Santora

President Andrzej Duda said he would sign into law a bill making it illegal to accuse “the Polish nation” of complicity in the Holocaust and other Nazi atrocities.

Editorial & Opinion

Renée Graham

The danger of forgetting that the Civil War was caused by slavery

Title: Alexandria, Virginia. Slave pen.

By Renée Graham

Too many young people know little to nothing about the Civil War, or that it was about slavery.

Editorial

No more snakes on a plane, please

FILE - In this April 1, 2017 file photo, a service dog strolls through the isle inside a United Airlines plane at Newark Liberty International Airport while taking part in a training exercise, in Newark, N.J. Delta Air Lines says for safety reasons it will require owners of service and support animals to provide more information before their animal can fly in the passenger cabin, including an assurance that it's trained to behave itself. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

We need uniform federal standards for bringing pets on planes.

JEFF JACOBY

Poland and Israel need each other’s friendship, not a bitter fight over history

Far-right groups hold a demonstration in front of the presidential palace to call on President Andrzej Duda to sign a bill that would limit some forms of Holocaust speech in Warsaw, Poland, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. The bill has caused a diplomatic crisis with Israeli and also drawn condemnation from the United States.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

By Jeff Jacoby

Poland cannot evade painful historical questions by passing laws to punish those who raise them.

Metro

College leaders want next Harvard president to stand up to Trump

The Johnston Gate at Harvard Yard in Cambridge.

By Laura Krantz

Officials from the rest of the higher education industry want the new chief to combat a wave of anti-intellectualism they believe has been elevated by President Trump.

Baker to cannabis commission: Keep pot legalization simple

The Baker administration chastised Massachusetts pot regulators this week, saying their draft plan to create one of the world’s most permissive regulated marijuana markets goes too far, too fast.

By Joshua Miller and Dan Adams

The governor is skeptical of regulators’ plans to create an unusually expansive recreational pot market in Massachusetts.

Steve Wynn resigns as chair and CEO of Wynn resorts

Medford, MA - 3/15/2016 - Steve Wynn speaks to reporters about a planned casino in Everett during a press conference in Medford, MA March 15, 2016. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Topic: 16wynn Reporter:

By Mark Arsenault

Stephen Wynn has resigned as chief executive of the casino company he founded over accusations of sexual misconduct.

More Stories

Brockton mother killed children during ‘ritual incident,’ prosecutor says

By Evan Allen, Michael Levenson and John R. Ellement

Adrian Walker

Stan Rosenberg should leave the state Senate

By Adrian Walker

New candidate for state Senate president emerges

By Frank Phillips and Joshua Miller

Gronkowski’s home robbed; ‘multiple safes and possible guns’ reportedly stolen

By Emily Sweeney, John R. Ellement and Danny McDonald

Big Papi’s new Fenway gig

By Robert Steiner

Business & Tech

The Fine Print | Sean P. Murphy

This couple keeps getting mystery packages from Amazon they didn’t order

Mike and Kelly Gallivan in their Acton home, where they have received more than 20 packages from Amazon — but they ordered none of them.

By Sean P. Murphy

At first, it was fun to rip open the mystery boxes. Then they kept coming.

Airport worker strike set for Wednesday afternoon

The workers for ReadyJet and Flight Services & Systems primarily serve JetBlue Airways and are protesting what they say are threats and intimidation from management as they attempt to organize a union.

By Katie Johnston

Subcontractors for JetBlue Airways and other airlines are protesting intimidation from management as they attempt to organize a union.

Flop of Northern Pass project raises a question: Is our energy plan being short-circuited?

Opposition to the Northern Pass program has persisted for years — this photo was taken in 2012.

By Shirley Leung

Why the big hydro power project got short-circuited matters because the state has a similar process in place to procure offshore wind.

Obituaries

Lynne Rudder Baker, philosophy professor at UMass Amherst, dies at 73

Dr. Baker wrote: “One of my goals in philosophy is to understand the common world that we all encounter.”

By Bryan Marquard

Dr. Baker taught at the university from 1989 until 2013.

Sports

Ben Volin | On football

With McDaniels decision, Patriots’ succession plan is in place

The secret is out — Josh McDaniels will be back with the Patriots, seemingly for a long time to come.

By Ben Volin

The Patriots were starting to fall apart at the seams, and the Krafts knew they couldn’t lose Josh McDaniels.

NICK CAFARDO I ON BASEBALL

David Price: ‘If I go out there and pitch well, I’ll get the fans back’

Boston-05/04/2017- Red sox vs Orioles- Sox pitcher David Price threw some pitches from the mound prior to batting practice before the game with the Orioles. JohnTlumacki/ The BostonGlobe (sports)

By Nick Cafardo

The Red Sox lefthander said he hasn’t once thought about the opt-out clause in his contract.

TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Aaron Cooley ignites spark for Newton North boys

Brookline, MA - 2/06/2018 - Newton North's Ezra Pemstein (30) and Ethan Wright (14) put the defensive squeeze on Brookline's Blake Burke (11). No. 1 ranked Newton North at Brookline boys' basketball. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Nathaniel Weitzer, Topic: 07schrdp, LOID:8.4.899630454.

By Nate Weitzer

The 6-foot-5-inch sophomore led a second-quarter run that helped the top-ranked Tigers overcome a slow start in a win over Brookline.

More Stories

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | ARLINGTON 60, WOBURN 49

Arlington boys net 31st straight Middlesex League win

By Mike Kotsopoulos

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | BRAINTREE 75, WELLESLEY 40

Braintree girls’ basketball shoots past Wellesley

By Greg Levinsky

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ HOCKEY NOTES

Masco girls proving their point on the ice

By Dan McLoone

40TH WOMEN’S BEANPOT

BU, BC win spots in Women’s Beanpot title game

By Barbara Matson

RAPTORS 111, CELTICS 91

Loss to Raptors illustrates Celtics’ need to improve bench

By Gary Washburn

BEN VOLIN I PATRIOTS FILM STUDY

Not playing Malcolm Butler had domino effect for Patriots

By Ben Volin

BRUINS 3, RED WINGS 2

Tuukka Rask keeps on rolling for Bruins

By Fluto Shinzawa

BRUINS NOTEBOOK

Tim Schaller performing well with expanded duties

By Fluto Shinzawa

Wednesday Food

Dining Out

At Pammy’s, pleasure is the principle

Pammy’s Pork chop with cream of wheat, matchstick-cut radishes, and pancetta dashi.

By Devra First

This Cambridge trattoria serves up everyday dishes done better.

Names

Gigi Hadid becomes the new face of spring Reebok campaign

By Hayley Kaufman

Boston’s connection to one of the world’s top supermodels is well-documented. But now it seems another fashion megastar has ties to the Hub.

Getting Salty

Getting Salty with Sumiao Chen

Sumiao Chen is a pharmaceutical researcher at Novartis by day and a restaurateur by night.

By Kara Baskin

The pharmaceutical researcher at Novartis by day is a restaurateur by night.