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Could a ‘night mayor’ awaken Boston’s sleepy night life?

Boston’s reputation for a sleepy, sometimes underwhelming night life has long been a buzzkill.

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President Trump is spending the holiday season reveling in his tax overhaul victory, but the new year may bring bad tidings.

A note to Globe readers about our sexual harassment coverage

The editor of The Boston Globe confirms the identity of a former Globe journalist and addresses questions about the paper’s recent coverage.

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New rules set off rush to prepay taxes

To the bewilderment of municipal workers, taxpayers are dropping off checks to beat changes contained in the sweeping federal tax bill passed this week by Congress.

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Kyle Draper on what the Cavs shakeup means for the Celtics.

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A lopsided majority of United Nations members rebuked the United States on Thursday.