Trump offers ‘Dreamers’ protection for border money; Democrats likely to reject

President Donald Trump speaks about the partial government shutdown, immigration and border security in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019.

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President Trump announced Saturday that in exchange for money for his promised US-Mexico border wall, he was open to trading temporary protections for young people brought to America illegally as children.

// Robert Mueller’s office did not know extent of BuzzFeed’s allegations

Within 24 hours of the story’s publication, Mueller’s team publicly disputed reporting on evidence in their ongoing investigation.

Massport’s plans for Logan Airport include reconfiguring the access roads for terminals B and C.

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Logan Airport due for huge makeover aimed at improving access

Plans are underway for expanded and updated terminals, new access ramps, and limited curbside access to terminals. Is there a monorail in its future?

A crowd gathers in front of a stage to listen to speakers during the Boston Women's March on Boston Common Saturday afternoon.

Amid cold and controversy, women’s march draws crowd to the Common

In its third iteration on a frigid day, Boston’s march for women drew several thousand people Saturday.

// Students in ‘MAGA’ hats mock Native American veteran after D.C. rally

A diocese in Kentucky apologized after videos emerged showing students from a Catholic boys’ high school mocking Native Americans after a rally in Washington.

// In rebuke to Charlie Baker, state GOP picks conservative to lead party

The GOP elected former state representative Jim Lyons, whose legislative career was best known for his pro-Trump, very socially conservative positions.

// Protests, Frisbees, and deep thinking — Hampshire College has carved an offbeat path

Alumni, faculty, and students worry about the school’s long-term future and fear something unique could be lost.

//,MatthewX.jpg Mansfield man who died in New Mexico avalanche remembered as ‘terrific young man’

Matthew Zonghetti, 26, was skiing at Taos Ski Valley when an avalanche entrapped him and another skier, his father said in a telephone interview Saturday.

// Dover, N.H., teacher retained despite KKK-themed song in history class

A Dover, N.H., high school teacher who allowed students to sing Ku Klux Klan-themed lyrics to the tune of “Jingle Bells” will return as a teacher and coach in the fall.

Nathan Glazer, Harvard sociologist and outspoken intellectual, dies at 95

Dr. Glazer was a key figure in the rise of neoconservatism in the 1970s.

Snow starting falling heavily Saturday night as fans walk down Causeway Street at the end of the Bruins game against the NY Rangers at TD Garden.

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Boston hunkers down as snow accumulates

The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for central and northern Massachusetts that will remain in effect until 7 p.m. Sunday

Meet the students behind The Valedictorians Project

The city’s top students from 2005 to 2007 set out to change the world. But then life happened. Explore their stories here.


// Celtics fight back to knock off Hawks

The Celtics’ Marcus Smart was ejected from the game in the third quarter after getting into a skirmish with the Hawks.

Boston 01/19/19-Boston Bruins vs NY Rangers- Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask was injured on this goal scored by Rangers Filip Chytil in the 1st period during the collision into Rask. Photo by John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)


Bruins lose Tuukka Rask, game to Rangers

After the goalie left with a concussion in the first period, New York got a third-period goal to earn the win.

Natick, MA - 1/17/2019 - New England Patriot fans Keith Kingdon, at left, and brother Ken for feature on Patriot fans who are considered jinxed or bad luck. Keith won't allow Ken into his home on game days during the Patriots playoffs because he feels he may jinx the game. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Metro, Reporter: Beth Teitell Mandl, Topic: 19patsjinx, LOID: 8.5.148316317.

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Left out in the cold, ‘jinxed’ Pats fans ostracized on game day by friends

With postseason success on the line, no relationship is sacred.


// No one thinks the Patriots suck, they just want them to lose

Fans in New England are circling the wagons. Fans everywhere else just want the Patriots to not win this game.

File- This Oct. 28, 2018, shows Boston Red Sox owner John Henry, partially hidden at left, and chairman Tom Werner holding the championship trophy beside manager Alex Cora, right, after Game 5 of baseball's World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Los Angeles. The World Series champion Red Sox owe $11.95 million in luxury tax for having baseball's top payroll, according to final calculations by the commissioner's office obtained by The Associated Press. The only other team that owes is the Washington Nationals, who must pay $2.39 million. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)

Red Sox are unlikely to visit the White House if government is still shut down

Red Sox president Sam Kennedy said the team is sympathetic to the thousands of government employees who have been furloughed or are working without pay.

Special reports

Boston, MA - 1/16/1919: Looking across North End Park on Jan. 16, 1919, the day after a giant tank at the Purity Distilling Co. on Commercial Street collapsed, sending a wave of an estimated 2.3 million gallons of molasses through the streets of Boston. The great molasses tank was located in the center of this picture. Sections of the metal may be seen at the extreme left and right in the picture. Twenty-one people perished, including two 10-year-olds, Pasquale Iantosca and Maria Distasio, who were collecting firewood near the molasses tank while home from school for lunch. (Boston Globe Archive/) --- BGPA Reference: 150115_MJ_001

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The day Boston was swamped by a deadly wave of molasses

One hundred years ago today an enormous steel tank ruptured, sending a torrent of brown syrup on a deadly path through the North End.

The Big Picture

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The best Globe staff photos of 2018

Our photographers share the stories behind what went into making the year’s best photos, as selected by the editors of the Globe Magazine and photo department.


// Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

The story of a profoundly troubled young man and the ugly underside of America’s most popular sport.


// Court Sense

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// The herd to the rescue: How an invisible shield can keep us healthy

When you get a vaccination, you make the herd stronger.

Love Letters: The Podcast

// Love Letters: Until next year, my sweetheart

In a special bonus episode, Meredith Goldstein explores what happens to summer romance when the summer ends, and “Wet Hot American Summer” creator David Wain shares a girl-crazy memory from his own camp days.

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