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Trump, Kim Jong Un sign a joint declaration at summit

President Donald Trump helds up the document that he and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un just signed at the Capella resort on Sentosa Island on Tuesday.

Evan Vucci/Associated Press

President Trump said the document is ‘‘pretty comprehensive,’’ but he declined to describe it, saying the details would be revealed later.

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Companies that don’t stop screening workers could open themselves up to legal action, or risk losing job candidates.

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For most of last year, Representative Michael Capuano rejected calls from constituents demanding the impeachment of President Trump. But then something changed.

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A 1996 hospital merger in Boston was rocky, a cautionary tale that people associated with Beth Israel and Lahey hospitals are keeping in mind.

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Is it really possible to improve upon a product that has been farmed, cultivated, and enjoyed by the human species since approximately 8,000 B.C.? The answer, apparently, is yes.

The Nation

Capuano seizes on impeachment as he tries to fend off liberal challenge

Representative Michael E. Capuano

By Michael Levenson

For most of last year, Representative Michael Capuano rejected calls from constituents demanding the impeachment of President Trump. But then something changed.

Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s purge of voting rolls

People rallied outside the Supreme Court in opposition to Ohio’s aggressive steps to drop inactive voters from rolls.

By Adam Liptak

The case reflected wider concerns about efforts to restrict voter rights as the midterm elections approach.

Democratic women face obstacles in races for governor

Chris Giunchigliani speaks during a forum for Nevada gubernatorial candidates.

By Jonathan Martin

From Tuesday through September, female candidates for governor will be on the ballot in Democratic primaries in 17 states.

The World

Trump, Kim Jong Un sign a joint declaration at summit

President Donald Trump helds up the document that he and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un just signed at the Capella resort on Sentosa Island on Tuesday.

By Mark Landler

President Trump said the document is ‘‘pretty comprehensive,’’ but he declined to describe it, saying the details would be revealed later.

High-level aides to Trump and Kim worked to keep summit on track

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke to reporters Monday in Singapore.

By Zeke Miller

In preliminary meetings, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told North Korean officials that denuclearization was not a threat but “the opposite.”

Korea Notebook

North Korean leader goes sightseeing in Singapore before meetings

Singapore's foreign minister, Vivian Balakrishnan (left), posed for a selfie with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (center) and Singapore's education minister, Ong Ye Kung, on the Jubilee bridge at the Esplanade in Singapore on Monday.

His Singaporean hosts seemed to be daring Kim to think big, to dream of the kind of glittering future his country could have.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

Breaking up families at the border is cruel and un-American

President Trump’s new “zero tolerance” policy at the border is taking a cruel toll.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Trump’s legacy, in a photo: No common ground

Angela Merkel spoke with President Trump during last week’s Group of Seven summit.

By Joan Vennochi

Old school civility is a lost cause with Trump, along with any pretensions of respecting differences of opinion and perspective.

Opinion | Richard North Patterson

Trump’s heartless hypocrisy toward refugees

People seeking political asylum in the United States lined up to be interviewed in Tijuana, Mexico, on June 4.

By Richard North Patterson

In recent months, we have separated roughly 700 families, consigning children to an uncertain fate.

Metro

All aboard! MBTA riders will get to tour a mock-up of the new Red Line trains

A reduced-size model of a new Red Line train is making its way from China to Boston, where it will go on display for the public to tour.

By Steve Annear

Riders will be able to get a feel for what to expect from the new trains with the two-thirds-size model.

In Fitchburg, a plane that’s not so simple

Coraly Rivera-Beck helped to construct 64-foot paper airplane as part of Project Soar. The project has enlisted more than 5,000 artists, young people, engineers, business and civic leaders, and citizens to be part of the project.

By Graham Ambrose

In Fitchburg, what may be the world’s largest paper airplane is about to be unveiled.

SJC requests attorney general’s opinion in Chapman case

Wayne Chapman, who was cleared for release in May, was arrested last week on new charges of indecent exposure and lewd behavior stemming from alleged incidents that happened a week ago, according to the state Department of Correction.

By Aimee Ortiz

Lawyer Wendy Murphy said Maura Healey’s opinion will bring “a lot more attention to the issues that led to the release of Wayne Chapman.”

Business & Tech

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

The real China trade issue? It’s stealing, not steel

A Chinese company built the Sinovel wind turbine in Charlestown using software it stole from a Massachusetts company, but the turbine's operator said it replaced the software with an authorized version in 2014.

By Hiawatha Bray

To understand the simmering trade war, forget about tariffs on aluminum and steel. Instead, look to the giant wind turbine in Charlestown.

Vote on short-term rental rules could happen Wednesday

City Council President Michelle Wu said rules restricting short-term rentals are overdue.

By Tim Logan

Mayor Martin Walsh hopes the measure will make more Boston apartments available year-round.

Beth Israel and Lahey say they want to learn from missteps in earlier merger

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

A 1996 hospital merger in Boston was rocky, a cautionary tale that people associated with Beth Israel and Lahey hospitals are keeping in mind.

Sports

RED SOX 2, ORIOLES 0

It took almost all night, but the Red Sox’ bats finally woke up

Boston Red Sox's Brock Holt watches his sacrifice fly ball in the 12th inning of a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles, Monday, June 11, 2018, in Baltimore. Xander Bogaerts scored on the play. Boston won 2-0 in 12 innings. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

By Peter Abraham

Sacrifice flies by Brock Holt and Jackie Bradley Jr. provided the much-needed offense on a night Mookie Betts rejoined the lineup.

STAN GROSSFELD

Now campaigning against Tommy John surgery: Tommy John

La Quinta, CA—-Tommy John, the 4 time All Star pitcher who won 288 games and Tommy John III, a chiropractor with a sports medicine background team up to try and put an end to kids getting Tommy John surgery.

By Stan Grossfeld

The famed lefty and his son are alarmed at the number of operations being done on teen-agers and the overall ill effects of youth sports.

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

There’s no obvious decision for LeBron James, so buckle up for the ride

Cleveland, OH: 5-21-18: The Celtics Jaylen Brown (7) defends against LeBron James (23) as Marcus Smart (36) watches his man. The Boston Celtics visited the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game Four of their NBA Eastern Conference Finals playoff series at the Quicken Loans Arena. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Christopher L. Gasper

This is the third time we’ve played this game, but this round is different, with no clear-cut choice for him.

Tuesday Stories

NAMES

John Krasinski flexes his CIA muscles in ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’ trailer

Amazon series

By Kevin Slane

The Newton native will take on the iconic role.

NAMES

Are Danny Amendola and Olivia Culpo back together?

By Kevin Slane

TMZ published photos of the pair looking cozy, reportedly from a wedding this past weekend.

NAMES

‘Ocean’s 8’ director explains why Matt Damon’s cameo was cut

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 22: Actor Matt Damon arrives at the premiere of Paramount Pictures'

By Kevin Slane

Gary Ross says the Cambridge native wasn’t the only “Ocean’s” star whose appearance was left on the cutting room floor.

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