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SPRINGFIELD, MA - 5/31/2018:A medical examiner vehicle leaves with a third body from crime scene. Investigation of at least two suspicious deaths and police looking for more bodies at 1333 Page Blvd Springfield. Steward Weldon held on $1million bail and is accused of inflicting injuries on kidnapped Springfield woman. (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 01springfield

David L Ryan/Globe Staff

Police discover three bodies in Springfield at home of man charged with kidnapping

Stewart Weldon, 40, has not been charged in connection to the deaths, but he faces armed kidnapping charges for allegedly holding a different woman captive for about a month.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/05/31/BostonGlobe.com/National/Images/AFP_15I525.jpg How does Trump decide his pardons? Critics say it’s based on gut feeling

The decision fit an emerging pattern of President Trump pardoning conservative figures, creating an appearance of political favoritism in the exercise of a potent presidential power.

Nestor Ramos

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/05/31/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/Walker_053018_01longfellowcost_6817x.jpg The Longfellow Bridge — connecting people, ideas, and identities — reopens

The walk across the Longfellow toward the city is Boston’s charm at its peak. Of course it’s named for a love poem: What’s not to love?

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Two of Robert F. Kennedy’s children are calling for a fresh investigation into their father’s assassination, opening a rift in the famous family.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/04/05/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/ryan_statehouse2_met.jpg Pension and a paycheck: State may loosen ‘double dipping’ rules

Some retirement officials worry it creates a generous payday for those already collecting monthly taxpayer-funded checks from pensions.

The Nation

RFK’s children divided over calls for a fresh investigation of his assassination

The casket of Robert F. Kennedy was carried to the gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery on June 8, 1968.

By Michael Levenson

Two of Robert F. Kennedy’s children are calling for a fresh investigation into their father’s assassination, opening a rift in the famous family.

How does Trump decide his pardons? Critics say it’s based on gut feeling

President Trump.

By Annie Linskey

The decision fit an emerging pattern of President Trump pardoning conservative figures, creating an appearance of political favoritism in the exercise of a potent presidential power.

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK

Samantha Bee apologizes for obscenity directed at Ivanka Trump

Samantha Bee (left), shown with actor Molly Ringwald at a Los Angeles event, said she crossed a line in her comment on Ivanka Trump.

Bee used a slur in urging Ivanka Trump to speak to her father about immigration policies that separate children from their parents.

The World

Irish government apologizes to 126 people illegally adopted. There may be thousands like them, activists say.

By Allyson Chiu

Irish government apologizes to 126 people illegally adopted. There may be thousands like them, activists say.

British pro-Brexit campaigner applies for French residency

A leading campaigner for Britain’s exit from the European Union was accused of hypocrisy Thursday after applying for permanent residency in France.

Lithuania and Romania Complicit in CIA Renditions, European Court Says

By ALAN COWELL

The European Court of Human Rights censured Lithuania and Romania on Thursday for their complicity in the CIA’s secret program of renditions, saying the two European nations had facilitated the ill-treatment and arbitrary detention of two men accused by the United States of terrorism after the Sept. 11 attacks.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

How Mass. could disrupt Lyme disease research

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Lyme disease, first recognized in Connecticut in 1977, has spread to become a full-blown public health crisis in Massachusetts.

Opinion | Barry P. McDonald

Barry P. McDonald: What the Supreme Court could teach the NFL

FILE - In this Sept. 10, 2017, file photo, San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid (35) kneels in front of teammates during the playing of the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Carolina Panthers, in Santa Clara, Calif. Reid says his Christian faith is the reason why he joined former teammate Colin Kaepernick in kneeling for the anthem. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

By Barry P. McDonald

When it comes to protests during the national anthem, the NFL should heed the wisdom of some of our most distinguished jurists.

Opinion | Nancy Gertner

Irresponsible attacks on a fine judge

Judge Timothy Feeley addresses former Rev. Richard McCormick, 74 in Salem Superior Court in Boston, Monday, Aug. 10, 2015. The retired Roman Catholic priest imprisoned for child rape has been sentenced to 8 to 10 years behind bars for assaulting another boy at a Massachusetts summer camp in the 1980s. (Faith Ninivaggi/The Boston Herald via AP, Pool)

By Nancy Gertner

Governor Baker should know better than to attack a judge over a reasonable ruling.

Metro

Police discover three bodies in Springfield at home of man charged with kidnapping

SPRINGFIELD, MA - 5/31/2018:A medical examiner vehicle leaves with a third body from crime scene. Investigation of at least two suspicious deaths and police looking for more bodies at 1333 Page Blvd Springfield. Steward Weldon held on $1million bail and is accused of inflicting injuries on kidnapped Springfield woman. (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 01springfield

By Jerome Campbell, Travis Andersen and Danny McDonald

Stewart Weldon, 40, has not been charged in connection to the deaths, but he faces armed kidnapping charges for allegedly holding a different woman captive for about a month.

Nestor Ramos

The Longfellow Bridge — connecting people, ideas, and identities — reopens

The Longfellow Bridge reopened on Thursday.

By Nestor Ramos

The walk across the Longfellow toward the city is Boston’s charm at its peak. Of course it’s named for a love poem: What’s not to love?

‘It’s such a bummer.’ In Cambridge, musicians are forced out of EMF practice space

Jim Janota was among the musicians who were moving out of the studios they had rented at EMF in Cambridge.

By Danny McDonald

“We were all here for the same reason,” Kenny Gray said of the ongoing artistic exodus. “To make stuff.”

Business & Tech

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

US moves closer to risky trade war without a clear end game

Europe, Canada, and Mexico will be hit with expanded levies on steel and aluminum, the Trump administration announced Thursday.

By Evan Horowitz

The latest moves against China, Europe, and other allies raise questions about whether the Trump administration has a long-term tariff strategy.

SHIRLEY LEUNG

At biotech’s biggest showcase, the lineup is light on female speakers

BIO International Convention is having 25 “manels,” or all-male panels, just weeks after the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council declared war on the manel, refusing to participate in or organize one.

By Shirley Leung

Women will make up about a third of the 860 speakers at the Bio International Convention in Boston next week. There will be 25 panels with no female participants.

With activist investor’s blessing, Ironwood moves forward

The Linzess Room at Ironwood Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge.

By Jonathan Saltzman

Ironwood Pharmaceuticals Inc. has short-circuited a potential proxy fight for leadership of the Cambridge-based biotech, at least for now.

Obituaries

Ella Brennan, who mentored Paul Prudhomme and Emeril Lagasse, dies at 92

In this Nov. 17, 2015, file photo, Ella Brennan poses for a photo during an interview in her home, adjacent to Commander's Palace Restaurant in New Orleans. Brennan, who couldn't cook but played a major role in putting New Orleans on the world's culinary map, died Thursday, May 31. 2018. She was 92. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

By Janet McConnaughey

Miss Brennan couldn’t cook, but she played a major role in putting New Orleans on the world’s culinary map.

Dick Tuck, Democratic prankster who targeted Nixon, dies at 94

FILE — Dick Tuck receives an award from Ned Bandler Jr., a Lever Brothers executive, at a luncheon in Manhattan sponsored by the New York State Democratic Committee, Dec. 13, 1973. Tuck, the Democrats’ prankster-at-large, who bedeviled Barry M. Goldwater, Richard M. Nixon and other Republicans with bad-news fortune cookies, a comely spy, a treacherous little old lady and other campaign-trail tomfoolery, died on Monday in Tucson. He was 94. (Tyrone Dukes/The New York Times)

By Tom Hamburger

His tactics were later mimicked, admired — and distorted — by political operatives from both parties.

Josh Greenfeld, chronicled his son’s autism, dies at 90

In a photo from Patty Williams, Josh Greenfeld. Greenfeld, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter who was also acclaimed for three forthright books about his autistic son, died on May 11, 2018, in Los Angeles. He was 90. (Patty Williams via The New York Times) -- NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH NYT STORY OBIT GREENFELD BY NEIL GENZLINGER FOR MAY 31, 2018. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. --

By Neil Genzlinger

Mr. Greenfeld, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, won acclaim for three forthright books about his autistic son.

Sports

Revolution coach Brad Friedel elected to US Soccer Hall of Fame

Foxborough, MA - 11/13/2017 - Revolution new head coach Brad Friedel (cq) is photographed in the locker room, after being introduced at a Gillette Stadium press conference. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 14Revolution Reporter: Frank Dell'Apa

By Nate Weitzer

Friedel will be inducted in October as part of the Class of 2018.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Jonathan Brillo named BC High football coach

By Nate Weitzer

The ’99 grad from Quincy was a 10-year assistant for the Eagles, serving as defensive coordinator last fall.

THURSDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Latin Academy softball wins 13th straight City League title

Boston, MA: 5-31-18: Latin Academy players celebrate their victory. Latin Academy and East Boston met for the city softball championship at Wentworth's Sweeney Field. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Dan Shulman

Despite loss of veterans from last year’s 20-2 squad, Dragons relied upon young but talented roster in 7-2 title win over East Boston.

Weekend

STage Review

The tragedy of Arthur Miller and the son he erased from his life

From left: Joanne Kelly, Josh Stamberg, Nolan James Tierce, Joanna Glushak, and John Hickock

By Jeffrey Gantz

“Fall,” the play by Bernard Weinraub getting its world premiere in Boston, is by turns gut-wrenching and heartwarming, but it’s always fair-minded.

Movie Review

‘How to Talk to Girls’ makes a Mothership connection

Elle Fanning and Alex Sharp in “How to Talk to Girls at Parties.”

By Ty Burr

Throw out any expectations you might have of coherent narrative structure or directorial control, and you might have a pretty good time.

The ICA is getting a new logo

By Mark Feeney

The new design is being introduced along with the new ICA Watershed space in East Boston.