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S.C. church attack survivor recalls loud noise, then darkness

Felicia Sanders, the first witness in Roof’s death penalty trial, fought back tears as she recalled June 17, 2015.

Pipeline protesters forced from camps by blizzard, deadly temperatures

The evacuation of the Oceti Sakowin Camp came after a momentous and at times chaotic weekend for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and other anti-pipeline activists.

Military targets inconsistent handling of misconduct cases

Military leaders are trying to fix the lengthy, inconsistent process for investigating senior officers accused of misconduct.

What it’s like to apply for a job in Trump’s White House

During their interviews, the president-elect was direct and conversational, displaying none of the bluster of the campaign trail or arrogance of “The Apprentice.’’

An Obamacare ‘delay’ plan could backfire

The result on the books might look like the status quo, but millions of Americans could lose their insurance and others could pay much higher prices to keep their coverage.

President Obama on the passage of the 21st Century Cures Act

The White House on Wednesday released the following statement from President Barack Obama on the passage of the 21st Century Cures Act.

JFK: 50 Years Later

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A five-part series examining the profound impact of former President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

Globe Investigations

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// Recent investigative reports

Read recent stories and ongoing investigations from the Globe’s journalists.

Gay marriage in the US

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// Timeline of gay marriage in US

In the early 1970s, there were zero states banning or allowing same-sex marriage. Now it’s legal nationwide, and all bans have been overturned.


// Boston Globe Instagram photos

A live stream of Instagram posts from The Boston Globe photo department.