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RMV offices were a nightmare Monday with wait times that stretched for hours

Motorists faced crushing waits as long as five hours at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, the first day of a new driver’s licensing system in Massachusetts.

Kim Jackson (left) greeted Arthur “Sonny” Walker, 92, who opened the bar that now bears his name nearly 50 years ago.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

As Sonny Walker’s closes, Roxbury mourns loss of ‘black Cheers’

Sonny Walker’s was an institution and a haven for generations of black Bostonians. “This is where I feel like I belong,” one regular customer said. “Where else am I going to go?”

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

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It has become more and more confusing to order and pay for the video entertainment that comes into our homes.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/03/27/BostonGlobe.com/ReceivedContent/Images/CharlieBaker.jpg Concealment of State Police pay records was ‘clearly deliberate,’ Baker says

Governor Charlie Baker said he expects officials to explain why the records were concealed.

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The movement inspired by the teenaged survivors of the Parkland shooting is turning to the tougher question of how to sustain its momentum.

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A group of tech executives wants to make sure their colleagues can no longer argue they’re not hiring women because they don’t know any.

The World

US expels 60 Russians, as nations show unity with Britain

People stood outside the offices of the closed Russian consulate in Seattle on Monday. The closing was part of the US response to Moscow’s attack on a former spy.

By Richard Pérez-Peña

The expulsions followed accusations that the Kremlin was behind the poisoning of a former Russian spy in London.

Does the armored train in Beijing belong to Kim Jong Un?

A special train at Beijing Railway Station in Beijing, China, prompted speculation about a visit from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

By Emily Rauhala

The Chinese capital is gripped by a mystery that includes an armored train, amateur detectives, and a flurry of Internet searches for “fatty the third.”

Videos raise questions over Saudi missile intercept claims

Online videos are raising new questions about Saudi Arabia's claims that it has intercepted nearly every ballistic missile launched by Shiite rebels in Yemen with its own Patriot missile systems.

By Jon Gambrell

One clip appears to show a Patriot missile launch go rapidly wrong, with the missile changing course midair.

Editorial & Opinion

Opinion | Margery Eagan

Forget Stormy Daniels and Melania Trump. How does Ivanka feel?

By Margery Eagan

Is the Ivanka talk part of Donald Trump’s modus operandi? Surely it’s a recurring theme.

EDITORIAL

Expand attorney general’s probe to include Troop F

Troop F is based at Logan Airport.

Now we know what kind of secrets the State Police have been keeping.

Opinion | Ernest J. Moniz

On Iran and North Korea: Don’t trust, and verify, verify, verify

President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

By Ernest J. Moniz

The International Atomic Energy Agency has learned lessons in Iran that it could apply to North Korea.

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JOAN VENNOCHI

Joe Biden is tough enough without the tough talk

By Joan Vennochi

Dan Wasserman

Angry about Stormy

By Dan Wasserman

Metro

Gun control is emerging. What’s next for its advocates?

Khymani James chanted with the crowd during the March for Our Lives rally at the Boston Common.

By Mark Arsenault and Michael Levenson

The movement inspired by the teenaged survivors of the Parkland shooting is turning to the tougher question of how to sustain its momentum.

Concealment of State Police pay records was ‘clearly deliberate,’ Baker says

Governor Charlie Baker said that he expects officials to explain why payroll records for State Police Troop F were not being reported.

By Matt Stout and Matt Rocheleau

Governor Charlie Baker said he expects officials to explain why the records were concealed.

As Sonny Walker’s closes, Roxbury mourns loss of ‘black Cheers’

Kim Jackson (left) greeted Arthur “Sonny” Walker, 92, who opened the bar that now bears his name nearly 50 years ago.

By Janelle Nanos

Sonny Walker’s was an institution and a haven for generations of black Bostonians. “This is where I feel like I belong,” one regular customer said. “Where else am I going to go?”

Business & Tech

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

This Amazon one-click can easily leave you on the hook for $8.99 each month

Patti MacDonald held up a copy of her credit card statement showing a Starz charge from Amazon.

By Sean P. Murphy

It has become more and more confusing to order and pay for the video entertainment that comes into our homes.

Looking to hire more women in tech? Try meeting with some

Rica Elysee, co-founder and CEO of BeautyLink, recently met with Michael Troiano, a partner at G20 Ventures.

By Andy Rosen

A group of tech executives wants to make sure their colleagues can no longer argue they’re not hiring women because they don’t know any.

New England Aquarium has a new CEO

By Katheleen Conti

Vikki Spruill, who now runs the nonprofit Council on Foundations, will replace interim head Donna Hazard.

Obituaries

Linda Brown, of Brown v. Board of Education, dies

Linda Brown attended an event in Topeka, Kan., in 2004 to mark the 50th anniversary of the US Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education.

By Neil Genzlinger

Ms. rown was not allowed to enroll in an all-white school in 1950, setting the stage for the US Supreme Court’s historic 1954 ruling.

Rev. Laurence J. Borges, 87; served as pastor at Weymouth church 3 times

Father Borges blessed children at a Christmas Eve Mass at the then-closed St. Albert The Great Church in Weymouth.

By J.M. Lawrence

Father Borges quietly persuaded the Archdiocese of Boston in 2004 to reverse its planned closure of St. Albert the Great Church.

Sports

Peter Abraham

Marcus Walden almost gave up baseball. Now, he’s on the Red Sox’ Opening Day roster

Boston Red Sox's Marcus Walden pitches against the Toronto Blue Jays in a spring baseball exhibition game, Monday,March 12, 2018, in Dunedin, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

By Peter Abraham

Bobby Poyner also earned a spot, while starters Drew Pomeranz, Eduardo Rodriguez, and Steven Wright were put on the DL.

Jim McBride

Josh McDaniels changed his mind when Kraft, Belichick clarified his role

Josh McDaniels called Robert Kraft the greatest owner in sports and Bill Belichick the best head football coach in the history of the NFL.

By Jim McBride

The Patriots offensive coordinator spoke publicly Monday for the first time since he reneged on the Colts’ coaching job.

Celtics 102, Suns 94

As Celtics keep winning, shot at No. 1 seed is back in focus

Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown (7) loses the ball as he tries to go up for a shot between Phoenix Suns forward Dragan Bender, right, and forward Marquese Chriss, left, during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, March 26, 2018, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

By Adam Himmelsbach

The Celtics have won four straight, and trail the Raptors by three games with eight to play.

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NASCAR | Martinsville (Va.) Speedway

Clint Bowyer ends 190-race drought

By Jenna Fryer

TARA SULLIVAN

Inspiration is everywhere in the NCAA Tournament

By Tara Sullivan

Celtics notebook

Brad Stevens appreciates his view of Horizon from afar

By Adam Himmelsbach

KEVIN PAUL DUPONT

Brad Marchand gets it done, over and over again

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Nick Cafardo | On Baseball

Theo Epstein’s only 44, but has seen so much

By Nick Cafardo

NCAA women’s Elight Eight: UConn 94, South Carolina, 65

UConn returns to Final Four for 11th straight year

Tuesday Stories

NAMES

Trump mum during Stormy interview, returns to Twitter to hype Howie Carr book

Howie Carr in 2007.

By Mark Shanahan

The Boston Herald columnist says it’s “an honor” to have President Trump promote his work.

Names

Former Red Sox hurler John Trautwein pitching in to prevent teen suicide

John Trautwein with his late son, Will.

By Mark Shanahan

In 2010, the former pitcher and his wife, Susie, created the Will to Live Foundation after their eldest son, Will, committed suicide.

Names

The naked truth about the Danny Amendola-Olivia Culpo breakup

Danny Amendola and Olivia Culpo at the Boston Film Festival in 2017.

By Mark Shanahan

Amendola wasn’t happy Culpo took her clothes off in SI. Distance also became an issue after Amendola signed with the Dolphins.