Man charged with damaging Holocaust Memorial

James Isaac, center, stood in the courtroom during his arraignment at the Boston Municipal Court.

A Roxbury man allegedly used a large rock to destroy a pane of glass that was etched with the numbers tattooed onto the arms of Jews murdered in Nazi death camps.

// Boston police sergeant charged with evading TSA security at Logan

Bruce Smith repeatedly claimed he was on official police business in order to fly with a firearm, officials said.

The Bella Bond trial

// McCarthy gets life for murder of Bella Bond

Michael McCarthy will be eligible for parole in 20 years for killing the 2-year-old.

// Michael McCarthy may well spend more than 20 years in prison

Second-degree murderers don’t have much success when asking for parole.

// Rabbits are hopping all over

They’ve been spied hopping near grassy lots in Southie, hiding under cars in Somerville, and strutting past the red-brick townhomes in Back Bay.

// Senate leaders scramble for deal on health care bill

Mitch McConnell was conducting non-stop negotiations, but there was little evidence he would be able to get a new version by the end of the week.

// Syrian doctor caught in travel ban gives up, moves to Canada

A Syrian doctor says he won’t return to the United States to finish his studies at Brown University because of the travel ban.

// A hidden bar lies behind the walls of Red Hat’s new Fort Point office

The North Carolina-based software firm has relocated its worldwide executive briefing center to A Street in the Fort Point section of South Boston.

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Living every day on a high note

Fourteen-year-old Tom Geraci is legally blind and on the autism spectrum. But none of the challenges he’s faced have dulled his spirit. Rather, they’ve given him something to sing about.

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Boston Fire Department

Firefighters battle 6-alarm blaze in Dorchester

Boston firefighters are battling a six-alarm fire in a building under construction in Dorchester.

Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward (20) guards Indiana Pacers forward Paul George (13), during an NBA basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/George Frey)

Celtics may be angling for both Gordon Hayward and Paul George

The acquisitions would require a lot of roster shuffling and the loss of at least one key rotation player.

// ‘Dude, your lobster is all over the Internet’

A Georgia man is steaming mad that the TSA shared a picture of his 15-pound lobster on social media, calling it an invasion of privacy.

Shirley Leung

// Shame on Yahoo’s Mayer for saying we shouldn’t blame Kalanick for Uber’s culture

Just as infuriating is Mayer at the same Stanford talk trying to paint what happened to Kalanick as typical for a startup.

President Trump tells Irish reporter she has a ‘nice smile’ during call to Irish PM

RTÉ news journalist Caitriona Perry called the interaction “bizarre” in a tweet posted alongside video Tuesday afternoon.


Donald Trump hates Fake News, except when it hangs on his wall

Oh, the irony.

Dan Wasserman

// Donald Trump’s Time magazine cover

The president has Time magazine covers hanging in his golf clubs. But there’s something different about this one.

// The video for ‘Immigrants’ from the Hamilton Mixtape just dropped

It comes just a few days after the Supreme Court paved the way for much of President Trump’s travel and refugee ban to go into effect.

The Fine Print | Consumer Advocate

What to know if you maxed out a credit card and then stopped paying

The thing to know and pass along is that you don’t have to be bullied.

Television review

// Doctor, no! A therapist’s boundary issues make ‘Gypsy’ a compelling drama.

Is this “In Treatment,” or is this “Dressed to Kill”?

// Bonobos, Filson, and Mr. Sid to open in Seaport

The three retailers will join new-to-the-neighborhood brands like L.L. Bean and Bluemercury.

A screenshot from a Dunkin’ Donuts advertisement.

Where’s the steak? Dunkin’s ‘steak sandwiches’ have beef patties, lawsuit alleges

When is a steak sandwich not a steak sandwich? When it’s made with beef patties, one New York woman says.


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Boston is the worst-driving major city in America, insurance company says

Boston loves being first in things, so here’s another. Among 200 major U.S. cities, Boston drivers were the most likely to be involved in an accident in 2017, according to a study of Allstate claims data released by the insurance company Tuesday. Put another way, the worst drivers in the country — at least among […]