Five teens in fatal crash were from Stoughton High School

East Bridgewater MA 5/19/18 A tow truck removes the wreckage from a multi fatal car crash on RT 106 West Street and Laurel Street. (photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: reporter:

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Four teens died in a crash Saturday afternoon in East Bridgewater and a fifth was injured. One was 16 years old and the others were 17 years old.

// President Trump to demand DOJ review claims of FBI spy on campaign

Trump has been promoting a theory circulating in conservative circles about a possible FBI spy on the campaign.

// In a new tweetstorm, Trump continues to focus on ‘Witch Hunt’

President Trump sent six tweets Sunday morning in which a common denominator was what he again described as the “Witch Hunt” against him.

// Treasury secretary says US and China are putting trade war on hold

Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that the United States and China are stepping back from a possible trade war after two days of talks that produced “meaningful progress.”

// Dershowitz again goes on the attack against Mueller investigation

Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard law professor, has been vocal in his criticisms of the investigation by Robert Mueller, and on Sunday he did not turn down the volume.

// Heavy rain is expected today, and then a warm, sunny week

Rain and thunderstorms are forecast in the Boston area this afternoon. But then skies will clear, bringing sunny weather and high temperatures in the 60s and 70s through Friday.

// 93-year-old ex-president Bush due to arrive in Maine

Former President George H.W. Bush was expected to arrive today at the family’s Kennebunkport compound on the Maine coast.

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo talks about the ATF's mobile National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) van Thursday, April 19, 2018, in Houston. The ATF Houston Field Division and the Houston Police Department unveiled the NIBIN van Thursday. Police hope the unit will help them respond to shooting cases more quickly, and is part of an effort by the federal agency to help local municipalities crack down on gun crime. ( Godofredo A. Vasquez/Houston Chronicle via AP)

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Houston police chief says he has ‘hit rock bottom’ on gun rights arguments

Hours after 10 people were killed in a school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, the police chief in nearby Houston issued a defiant condemnation of elected officials who failed to act on gun control.

// Oliver North, incoming NRA chief, blames school shootings on ‘culture of violence’

Appearing on ‘‘Fox New Sunday,’’ the retired marine best known for his role in the Iran-contra scandal said, ‘‘You are not going to fix it by taking away the rights of law-abiding citizens.’’

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Ideas | Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Do Americans still have that frontier spirit? As if.

It’s the quest for familiarity, convenience, and comfort that shapes the American psyche.

// ‘Dreamer’ who now works on immigrant cases to receive Suffolk law degree

Leila Fajardo-Giles, 27, of Allston, moved to the United States from Lima, Peru when she was 7 years old.

// At Mount Ida, mysterious benefactor provided a $16m loan

Rosalie Stahl, a 98-year-old New York City real estate investor, is a longtime personal client of college president Barry Brown.

// Researchers change their tune on reversing aging process

Serious scientists have long scoffed at the anti-aging claims made by companies pitching dubious products, but they’re taking a fresh look at the issue.

// How a trip to Mars thwarted and ignited love

One man lost his wife (through divorce). One couple found its footing. The wildly ambitious Mars One project has a mixed record when it comes to relationships.

NBA East Finals | Game 3: Cavaliers 116, Celtics 86

Boston Celtics' Al Horford walks off the court at the end of Game 3 of the team's NBA basketball Eastern Conference finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Cleveland. The Cavaliers won 116-86. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)


The Celtics looked like they left their fight back in Boston

Quitters? No. But scattershot, disengaged, and overwhelmed basketball players Saturday night? That’s what they were.

At Harvard’s 1968 commencement, police removed demonstrators from Harvard Yard. The group was protesting the choice of the Shah of Iran as commencement speaker. Third from right is Donald King.

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‘We had great horizons in the ’60s. What happened to them?’

Members of Harvard University’s class of 1968 are back on campus this week, still holding on to indelible memories of the tumult and tragedy that upended their undergraduate idyll.

The cast from CBS’s revival of “Murphy Brown” in New York last week. From left: Nik Dodani, Jake McDorman, Faith Ford, Candice Bergen, Grant Shaud, Joe Regalbuto, and Tyne Daly.

TV Critic’s Corner

It’s all here: the network fall TV schedule

Here’s the way it all looks together, with short descriptions of the new shows.

// House Democrats are dreaming about post-midterm possibilities

If the party is able to flip the chamber in November, more than 20 Democrats would gain power to compel reluctant witnesses to testify on Capitol Hill.

// Lava spatter hits Hawaii man and shatters his leg in first known injury from Kilauea volcano

As lava continues to flow in Hawaii, a man on a balcony was struck.

‘Saturday Night Live’ serves up an intriguing finish

The season’s final episode featured an impromptu meeting between President Trump (Alec Baldwin) and Robert Mueller (Robert De Niro).

// Four New England destinations named hottest vacation spots for summer 2018

A survey of more than 3,000 TripAdvisor users found that the Northeast is the most popular region of the country for summer travel this year.

Love Letters: The Podcast

Love Letters Podcast

// Getting over a breakup

Meredith Goldstein explores how to move on when a relationship ends.

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// Jeff Jacoby: Fire your congressman? There’s a fund for that

Americans despise Congress, yet most incumbents are routinely returned to office. A new political action committee aims to do something about that.


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