Editorial

A massive project demands basic transparency

The state has received 46 proposals for one of the most important pending infrastructure projects in the Commonwealth.

EDITORIAL

Don’t let Puerto Rico languish

Hurricane Maria brought Puerto Rico to its knees. The United States can lift it up again.

Editorial

What’s the wait for police body cameras?

Boston should not wait nine more months to approve body-worn cameras for the BPD.

Editorial

New GOP health care bill: unkind, un-gentle

The GOP’s “last-ditch” health care bill is a dangerous threat to millions of Americans.

EDITORIAL

In Myanmar, genocide loves a vacuum

Without strong political and moral suasion, the genocide in Myanmar poses risks for the entire region.

EDITORIAL

Sheriff Joe Arpaio tries to fight dirty

Arpaio’s lawyer has threatened action against a Harvard law professor in a clear effort to deter opponents.

EDITORIAL

A reasonable exception for the homeless

The court has ordered a reasonable exception to the Baker administration policy on placing homeless families in motels.

EDITORIAL

A double standard at Harvard?

Harvard blundered into a fiasco that raises serious doubts about the school’s independence from government interference.

EDITORIAL

Hold the line on financial reforms

President Trump seems unwilling to absorb the lessons of the 2008 recession.

EDITORIAL

As Trump retreats, Mass. steps up to protect workers

Maura Healey’s office recovered $6 million in stolen wages for Massachusetts in the last fiscal year.

EDITORIAL

Equifax messed up. Now consumers have to pay?

Consumers should be allowed to freeze their files for free, at all credit reporting agencies.

DAN WASSERMAN

No good options when dealing with Equifax

Cartoonist Dan Wasserman on the data breach.

EDITORIAL

We’ve been warned. Boston must prepare for an Irma-size storm

Safeguards — in the form of better state building codes, storm barriers to reduce flooding, and buy-back of vulnerable coastal properties — are overdue.

EDITORIAL

No support for fake service animals

Mass. lawmakers should approve a bill that would impose a fine for intentionally misrepresenting a pet dog as a service animal.

EDITORIAL

Amazon’s bid is an opportunity and a wake-up call

There are plenty of reasons for Amazon to choose Boston or Cambridge for its new headquarters, and with up to 50,000 high-paying jobs, local officials should roll out the red carpet.

EDITORIAL

Revise campus sex assault policies, but don’t scrap them

The college sexual assault policy developed under President Obama needs revision, not reversal.

EDITORIAL

Donald Trump lobs a fast ball past far-right caucus

The bipartisan agreement to keep the government open for three months is a rare sign of hope in Washington.

EDITORIAL

Democrats have a chance to shape the future in race for Tsongas seat

The Democratic Party has a chance to live up to its rhetoric in the Massachusetts 3rd congressional district election.

EDITORIAL

With DACA, Congress has a chance to score a win

The decision to end DACA is cruel and misguided.

EDITORIAL

Sharks are our chums

Caution, and some perspective, are in order on sharks.

EDITORIAL

How the Malden River can rise from a polluted past

With a little love, this could be the next Boston area waterway reclaimed for pedestrians and cyclists.

EDITORIAL

Sinclair Broadcast Group bids to blot out local TV

Its bid to acquire Tribune Media’s 42 television stations is a matter of urgent concern.

EDITORIAL

Unseen and underappreciated, weather satellites need friends in Washington

Unseen and underappreciated, weather satellites need political advocacy — and continued funding — to ensure that the nation can gird itself against nature’s wrath.

EDITORIAL

As Houston rebuilds, it will need Dreamers

Ending an Obama-era immigration program would hobble Houston just as it needs workers most.

EDITORIAL

A bad deal for Boston students

The new contract between the Boston Teachers Union and the city is a one-sided victory for teachers.