President Trump has been tied to investigations throughout his term in office.

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Few common threads from Nixon, Clinton offer hints of how US can navigate this precarious moment

Whatever the ultimate result of the report Robert Mueller delivered to the attorney general, it will alter the shape of the presidency itself and roil an already bitterly divided country.

// Mueller’s work is done, but Trump’s legal woes remain

Nearly every organization Trump has run over the last decade remains under investigation by state or federal authorities, and he is mired in a variety of civil litigation.


Mueller’s report has been submitted. What it’s likely to say, in one graphic

The still-secret report could come to a host of conclusions. We mapped them out.


Look at who’s been charged so far in Mueller probe

Here are some of the major characters who have been swept up and charged or convicted in Russia-related investigations.

  • His father and faith add an edge to Robert Kraft’s trials

    Patriots owner Robert Kraft celebrated with Benjamin Netanyahu at an event promoting the Israeli flag football league in Jerusalem in 2005.

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    Friends say Kraft, implicated in a solicitation case in Florida, is deeply embarrassed that he has scarred his father’s cherished legacy and cast shadows on the institutions he has financially nurtured in his family’s name.

    Patriots owner Robert Kraft released a statement Saturday addressing his solicitation of prostitution charges.

    Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

    ‘I am truly sorry,’ Robert Kraft says

    The Patriots owner had been quiet since he was charged last month with solicitation in Florida.


    // The Robert Kraft saga will loom over the NFL meetings

    The Patriots owner is clearly headed for another showdown with Roger Goodell. Is this a good time for Robert Kraft to step aside and let his son Jonathan run the team?

    // Brookline recreational marijuana shop opening not the ‘apocalypse’ predicted

    “I guess this is a situation where you hope for the best and plan for the worst,” said Brookline Selectman Neil Wishinsky, “and the best is coming true.”


    // On the road with Bill Belichick: an education in scouting and football

    Tuscaloosa, Ala., was the first stop on a trip through SEC country that took Belichick to Athens, Ga., the next day.

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    // A different kind of March madness

    Outstanding student-loan debt at the end of 2018 was $1.5 trillion. Education debt ranks second in US consumer debt behind mortgages.


    You went on vacation and took thousands of photos. Now what? Here’s how to organize them.

    Keeping travel photos organized as you go can prevent an overwhelming backlog of precious images, make it easier to manage photo projects later (think photo books and calendars), and help you preserve visual memories for the future. Here are a few tips.

    // Retired school administrator’s pension, earnings spark reviews

    Linda Nathan is making more than a quarter-million dollars a year. Is she earning too much under the state’s public pension law?

    // Jeanine Pirro off air for second straight week at Fox News

    She has not appeared on her Saturday show since making anti-Muslim comments about Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar.

    // In the wake of New Zealand tragedy, Lexington to hold interfaith vigil

    The vigil, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on the town’s historic Battle Green, has been organized by religious and civic groups.

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    Nightmare on Tobin Bridge is about to begin

    State officials are advising motorists that construction work on the Tobin Bridge starting next month will result in lane closures and traffic delays for the next two years.

    // Stop & Shop workers in contract talks rally at Somerville store

    Hundreds of demonstrators marched through the store during a midday protest.

    // Cruise ship off Norway evacuates passengers by helicopter

    The Viking Sky sent a mayday call off amid stormy seas and heavy winds in a high-risk rescue operation.

    Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris, left, is swarmed by the Charlotte Hornets defense in the first half of an NBA basketball game Saturday, March 23, 2019, in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Jason E. Miczek)

    HORNETS 124, CELTICS 117

    Hornets finish game on 30-5 run to stun Celtics

    Kyrie Irving appeared to blame Brad Stevens for his coaching decisions as Kemba Walker scored 36 points to help Charlotte erase an 18-point fourth-quarter deficit.

    SUNRISE, FL - MARCH 23: Brad Marchand #63 is congratulated by Patrice Bergeron #37 of the Boston Bruins after he scored a second period goal against the Florida Panthers at the BB&T Center on March 23, 2019 in Sunrise, Florida. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)


    Bruins clinch playoff spot with rout in Florida

    Boston cleared 100 points for the second straight season and moved seven points clear of Toronto with just seven games to go in the regular season.

    Yvonne Abraham

    // Trump keeps getting away with it

    He can always go lower. Republicans will always let him go lower. So now President Trump is obsessively attacking a dead man.


    // Ground Game

    It’s back! Get the latest intelligence on presidential politics from Globe reporter James Pindell. Sign up here.

    Love Letters: The Podcast

    Season Two: How do you meet someone?

    Dating in 2019 is…complicated. Frustrating. Sometimes completely exhilarating. In Season 2 of the podcast, Meredith Goldstein goes deep on one of her most-asked questions.

    Listen:   Apple Podcasts   |   Spotify   |   RadioPublic


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    // See which restaurants advanced to Round Two

    The top 32 restaurants have advanced to the second round of Munch Madness. Vote to keep your favorites in the running.

    Special reports

    They were the top of their class at Boston public schools. Then life happened

    Read a multi-part investigation into how and why the lives of promising Boston valedictorians didn’t quite turn out the way they expected.

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    Students stage global protest to speak out on climate change inaction

    Students worldwide skipped classes Friday to protest their governments’ failure to act against global warming as part of the “Fridays for Future” movement.


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