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Thousands in the dark after another nor’easter roars through

Snow fell in Boston during the early part of Tuesday’s storm.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

High winds and blowing snow consumed Mass. on Tuesday, and dozens of school districts canceled classes for Wednesday.

// Students plan walkouts over gun violence, and administrators try to strike a balance

Superintendents want students to frame walkouts as a way to honor those who died in last month’s massacre, and not as a call for stricter gun laws.

// White House fires Tillerson as administration turmoil continues

President Trump unceremoniously dumped Secretary of State Rex Tillerson — by tweet — escalating the administration’s chaotic second-year shake-up.

// Muslim advocates critical of Mike Pompeo’s nomination at State

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Pompeo said Muslims were “potentially complicit” because they had not condemned the attack.

// Dr. T. Berry Brazelton, child care expert and pediatrician; at 99

Dr. Brazelton changed the way pediatric care and child development are practiced and taught, from Children’s Hospital to remote corners of the Third World.