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Chang speaks about creating two nonprofits during the pandemic to help feed frontline workers and to deliver groceries to restaurant workers in need. (Produced by Anush Elbakyan/Globe Staff, Edited by Anush Elbakyan/Globe Staff, Camera: Caitlin Healy/Globe Staff, Shelby Lum/Globe Staff)
Murals across Lynn have changed the look of downtown
Beyond Walls has put up dozens of murals throughout downtown Lynn in an effort to reimagine the city's image. (Shelby Lum/Globe Staff)

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Demonstrators held signs in front of the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse in Boston in January.

Biden administration extends eviction moratorium for 30 days

The Biden administration has extended the nationwide ban on evictions for 30 days to help tenants who are unable to make rent payments during the coronavirus pandemic.

A 'Hiring All Positions' sign is displayed at a pastry shop on June 23 in Los Angeles, California.

US unemployment claims fall slightly to 411,000 as job market heals

Weekly unemployment claims in the US fell slightly last week to 411,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday.

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The Mayflower Autonomous Ship, seen here at its launch in Plymouth, England, earlier in June, had to be towed back to port after a mechanical problem.

Crippled robotic Mayflower prepares to sail again after mundane mechanical breakdown

A high-tech version of the legendary ship Mayflower is headed back to Plymouth, England, where engineers will try to figure out why the voyage came to such an inglorious end.

A courier driver picks up ice-boxes containing human blood at the American Red Cross office in Santa Monica, Calif., in March.

There’s a ‘severe blood shortage’ in the US, Red Cross says

Over the past few months, hospitals have seen a rise in trauma cases, organ transplants, and elective surgeries, prompting a national blood shortage, the American Red Cross said last week.

John McAfee was found dead in his jail cell near Barcelona , Spain, on Wednesday.

Lawyer says death of McAfee surprised the US mogul’s family

Authorities in Spain say that a judge has ordered an autopsy on the remains of John McAfee, the gun-loving antivirus pioneer, cryptocurrency promoter and occasional politician who died in a cell pending extradition to the United States for allegedly evading millions in unpaid taxes.

Senator Lisa Murkowski outside the room where a bipartisan group of Senators and White House officials were holding negotiations over the Biden administrations proposed infrastructure plan.

Senators to pitch bipartisan infrastructure plan to Biden

A bipartisan group of senators is seeking President Biden’s support for a $953 billion infrastructure plan, raising hopes for a breakthrough agreement after arduous negotiations on his top legislative priority.

Representative David Cicilline, a Rhode Island Democrat, is leading a legislative package that targets the structure of the Big Tech companies and could point toward breaking them up.

Panel pushes ahead legislation targeting Big Tech’s power

The House Judiciary Committee is drafting proposals that could curb the market power of tech giants Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple.

Marc Archambault, of South Kingstown, R.I., chatted with Dr. Stephen Salloway at Butler Hospital in Providence as he received his first intravenous infusion of Aduhelm earlier this month.

State’s second-largest health insurer slams Biogen for costly Alzheimer’s drug

A top executive at Point32Health accused Biogen of putting “excessive corporate profits” ahead of patients’ welfare by charging $56,000 a year for its controversial new drug for Alzheimer’s disease.