Was this Elizabeth Warren’s audition for VP?

Hillary Clinton gushed over Warren, calling the senator “my friend” and “a great leader.” Warren praised Clinton as a “fighter.”

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The billionaire running for president now seeks to persuade millions of Americans to give him money.

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Mosquito season has arrived in the state, ushering in worries about the devastating virus.

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Supreme Court blocks an entire anti-abortion strategy

The justices ruled that states can’t restrict access to abortion under the pretense of protecting women’s health.

Brexit coverage

OPINION | ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ

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A centrist leader is imperative, for the stability of our nation and for the stability of the world.

OPINION | JEFFREY D. SACHS

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The British vote is a powerful signal of deep and pervasive problems in our approach to globalization.

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State budget gap could be nearly $1 billion

Tax revenue for the fiscal year that starts July 1 is expected to be $650 million to $950 million less than anticipated.

Trump turns to small donors to shore up coffers

The billionaire running for president now seeks to persuade millions of Americans to give him money.

House Democrats release Benghazi report to counter Republican inquiry

The report casts the Republican investigation as a politically motivated crusade that wasted time and money.

Political Happy Hour: June 27, 2016

Political Happy Hour: Elizabeth Warren knocks Trump | Mass. state budget gap worsening | NYT columnist calls JKIII, Moulton, Wu, Pressley rising stars

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Gary Johnson and William Weld.

New England states are roadblock for Libertarians

While it’s extremely unlikely the Libertarians could win the presidential race, they could influence the final results.By James Pindell

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Legislation targets MassFiscal

Democratic lawmakers on Beacon Hill have been seething about legal loopholes they say allow the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance.

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In the Berkshires, a lovely (government-rate) retreat

The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination’s trip to a high-end resort has set off alarms.

Ground Game

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The senator from Mass. might be getting the better part of the deal.

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The Globe’s James Pindell sits down with presidential candidates and hopefuls to discuss the race.

LIVE Political Happy Hour

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Political reporter Joshua Miller interviewed Representative Stephen Lynch.

Divided Nation

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The conflict about the Jade Helm 15 exercise illustrates some of the most confounding political divisions in the country.

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A series examining the ways industry, lobbyists, and academia influence government decision-making, from the Globe’s Washington bureau.

Coverage of Thomas Menino

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Globe coverage of former Mayor Thomas Menino’s life and legacy.

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