The Trump presidency

Trump tells leaders he won't terminate NAFTA

President Donald Trump.

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President Donald Trump has told Mexican and Canadian leaders he won’t terminate NAFTA, and all parties have agreed to renegotiate.

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// Who wins and loses under Trump’s tax plan?

The biggest benefits would go to businesses, which would see the top corporate drop by more than half.

// Trump’s plan cuts tax rates across board

President Trump unveiled tax cuts of historic proportions Wednesday.

Richard North Patterson

// Tax cuts are GOP’s weapon of choice in class warfare

Cue the tax fairy, that mythical figure who turns tax cuts for plutocrats into a boon for all.

// In recognizing Boston educator, Trump says nothing more important than being a teacher

Sydney Chaffee, a teacher at a public charter school in Dorchester, was recognized as the National Teacher of the Year.

// Ivanka Trump parts ways with her father on Syrian refugees

Ivanka Trump said in an interview aired Wednesday that the United States might need to admit more refugees from Syria.


In October 2016, a trench collapsed on Dartmouth Street in Boston, killing two workers.

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Workplace death rate hits a 10-year high

Seventy workers died in Massachusetts in 2016, and Trump-era rollbacks could make jobs less safe.

// Fairmount Line ridership has tripled since 2012, study finds

Transit advocates hope the study’s findings persuade leaders to provide more frequent trains on the line that runs through Dorchester and Mattapan.

Aaron Hernandez

// Inmate’s lawyer demands release of alleged Hernandez note

Representatives for the Hernandez family have said no such note exists.


Boston MA 4/26/17 Boston Celtics Avery Bradley scores a layup beating Chicago Bulls Robin Lopez during first quarter action of game 5 of the NBA Playoffs at TD Garden. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: reporter:



Celtics take 3-2 series lead against Bulls

Isaiah Thomas and Avery Bradley each scored 24 points.

Yankees 3, Red Sox 1

// Sox come up short in loss to Yankees

Aaron Judge’s 2-run homer off Rick Porcello in the second proved decisive in New York’s 3-1 victory.


// Koji Uehara returning to the scene of his prime

Now with the Cubs, he could be in for an emotional reunion with the Fenway fans, who embraced him here.

// Ed Werder, Jayson Stark among several high-profile ESPN layoffs

The sports network laid off approximately 100 employees, including several on-air talents.

Yvonne Abraham

// Scott Brown’s long-awaited win

Well played, future Ambassador Scott Brown. You gambled, and you won big.

// John Kerry is switching islands

Could a Nantucket guy ever really be happy on Martha’s Vineyard?

Volunteer Paillant Bod (left) and Jacelys de Pena pack groceries at the Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Boston Yawkey Center food pantry in Dorchester.

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

Immigrant fears result in fewer seeking aid

In the wake of President Trump’s immigration stance, immigrants are avoiding accessing basic services.

// They lost their son in a car crash. Then, they presided at his funeral.

The parents of a Brockton teenager who died in a car crash led his funeral ceremony inside their church.

// Twitter’s business shrinks, but investors see a glimmer of hope

On Wednesday, Twitter reported its first fall in revenue since its initial public offering in 2013, posting sales of $548 million in the first quarter.

Appreciation | Ty Burr

// Jonathan Demme will be remembered far beyond ‘Philadelphia’

In person, he was eternally youthful; his films fizzed with uncontainable life. His passing is a shock, and a real loss for American movies.

Trump Today

// ‘See you in the Supreme Court!’

The president took to Twitter to lash out at the court that blocked his effort to cut funds off from sanctuary cities.

Opinion & Ideas


// What was Ivanka Trump doing on that panel anyway?

Why should anyone consider her a champion of female empowerment?

Special reports

Summer of ‘67

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn’t immune. But something was happening here.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// A state-by-state breakdown of the striking gender gap in doctors’ pay

Pay for female doctors varies widely, but a new report says women are always paid significantly less than men.