The Supreme Court says the difference between their buffer zone and the one knocked down in Massachusetts is a distinction between a government plaza and a public sidewalk.

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The Supreme Court says the difference between their buffer zone and the one knocked down in Massachusetts is a distinction between a government plaza and a public sidewalk.

Supreme Court’s First Amendment hypocrisy

If Massachusetts can’t have a buffer outside abortion clinics, why can the Supreme Court have one? By Joan Vennochi

Traffic is often heavy on 93 South approaching Boston.

OP/EXTRA

Questions for the candidates: What’s your transportation priority?

We asked the gubernatorial candidates what their top-priority transportation project would be.

Ward Sutton

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How medical marijuana brings together the hippie-dippie and the corporate suits.

Stakeholders from both the West and Iran have been meeting in Vienna, Austria. Representatives have until later this month to find a solution for Iran’s nuclear program.

OPINION | Ariane Tabatabai

Five myths about Iran’s nuclear program

The deadline for reaching a deal with Iran is July 20, and it’s important to understand the facts.

A rendering of how the Mohegan Sun casino complex would appear overlooking the Suffolk Downs racetrack.

EDITORIAL

Walsh deal with Suffolk Downs: Eastie residents should lobby gaming commission

East Boston’s anti-casino vote was a big headache for incoming mayor Marty Walsh.

Despite his grief at Brazil’s loss, superfan Clóvis Fernandes was gracious to Germans in the stands.

EDITORIAL

Brazil’s saddest fan offers lesson in sportsmanship

The so-called saddest fan in Brazil offered a lesson in sportsmanship during his country’s humiliating defeat.

The retailer says it does not want customers running around its shops carrying guns, even if it is legal.

EDITORIAL

Target no-guns policy: It’s a store, not a metaphor

Target issued a respectful and perfectly sensible ask to its customers: do not bring firearms into our stores.

Dan Wasserman

Editorial cartoon: Reproduction rights

Editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman’s take on courting denial.