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Mourners stood along Main Street in Weymouth as a procession carrying the body of officer Michael Chesna passed by Sunday.

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Weymouth shaken after officer, bystander both shot and killed

A police officer and a local woman were shot and killed Sunday after a 20-year-old man allegedly crashed a car, attacked the officer, stole his gun, and used it to shoot both victims.

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The US president faces intense pressure back home to confront Putin over Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.

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Buoyed by President Trump, conservative activists are funneling their newfound energy into this year’s three-way primary, which will yield the party’s challenger to Senator Elizabeth Warren.

SEAN P. MURPHY | THE FINE PRINT

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/07/11/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/handout_16consumer_001.jpg Denied a chance to say goodbye to an old friend

When Thelma Kaminsky died last month at age 87, no friends gathered in her building to grieve and pay their respects. The managers of her building wouldn’t allow it.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/07/10/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/turner071018METRO10perille9.jpg Laura Perille walked unusual path to interim superintendent

One former Boston superintendent said “people shouldn’t underestimate” her ability to lead the system.

The Nation

Elizabeth Warren is not alone as she prepares for 2020

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 09: Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks to protesters in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on July 9, 2018 in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump is set to announce his Supreme Court pick Monday night. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

By Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin

The Massachusetts senator leads a vanguard of Democrats moving toward challenging the reelection of President Trump.

California Democratic Party snubs Feinstein, endorses rival

A majority of the party’s 360-member executive board ignored the senator’s calls to stay neutral in the race.

Man killed by Chicago police appeared to be armed, officials say

Chicago police officers scuffled with an angry crowd at the scene of a police-involved shooting Saturday. A black man, armed with what appeared to be a handgun, was shot and killed. Four people in the crowd were arrested.

By Don Babwin

Four protesters were arrested in the clash, and some police officers suffered minor injuries from thrown rocks and bottles.

The World

Trump highlights common ground with Putin ahead of summit

People gathered during a demonstration calling for human rights and democracy in Helsinki, Finland on Sunday.

By Anton Troianovski

The US president faces intense pressure back home to confront Putin over Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Russian bots, trolls test waters ahead of US midterms

By Naira Davlashyan

The sponsors of the Russian “troll factory” that meddled in the 2016 presidential campaign have launched a new website.

News Analysis

Just sitting down with Trump, Putin comes out ahead

Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) and President Donald Trump posed ahead a meeting in Helsinki on Monday.

By Andrew Higgins

All the Russian leader needs to make his meeting with President Trump a success is for it to take place without any major friction.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

Pension checks? Resolve legal cases first

Framingham, MA--6/3/2018-- Massachusetts State Police Headquarters is seen in Framingham. mass state police (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: Reporter:

Every Massachusetts resident should be outraged that at least 17 State Police troopers linked to fraud have retired in order to lock in their hefty pensions.

Editorial

Putin meeting caps disastrous Europe trip

U.S. President Donald Trump arrives at the airport in Helsinki, Finland, Sunday, July 15, 2018 on the eve of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Monday’s scheduled meeting with President Vladimir Putin of Russia has caused worried speculation and may require a serious response from Congress and American allies.

Opinion | Robert DeLeo

Vote yes for Mass. transgender rights

Boston, MA - 05/02/18 - The audience applauded a speaker. Freedom for All Massachusetts kicked off its campaign to protect transgender rights from repeal by ballot initiative in November and announced their coalition partners. (Lane Turner/Globe Staff) Reporter: (Stephanie Ebbert) Topic: (04transgender)

By Robert DeLeo

If we fail to uphold this law, we will have failed to live up to our basic principles.

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Alex Beam

Danger! Summer is here

By Alex Beam

Opinion | Margery Eagan

Women share their abortion stories and stand up for their rights

By Margery Eagan

Metro

Parks of summer

Magic, vibe of the Boston Harbor Islands linger

Several of the Harbor Islands can be reached from downtown Boston via a short ferry ride, allowing many visitors to experience a pastoral retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, without leaving sight of it.

By Thomas Oide

Islands district manager Susan Kane and other park employees work to preserve the beauty and serenity of this special place.

Laura Perille walked unusual path to interim superintendent

Laura Perille, the newly-appointed interim superintendent of the Boston Public Schools.

By James Vaznis

One former Boston superintendent said “people shouldn’t underestimate” her ability to lead the system.

Weymouth shaken after officer, bystander both shot and killed

Mourners stood along Main Street in Weymouth as a procession carrying the body of officer Michael Chesna passed by Sunday.

By Jeremy C. Fox, John Hilliard and Lucas Phillips

A police officer and a local woman were shot and killed Sunday after a 20-year-old man allegedly crashed a car, attacked the officer, stole his gun, and used it to shoot both victims.

Business & Tech

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Will wages ever catch up in an era of weak unions, mergers, and rising inflation?

In May, hundreds rallied at the State House for paid leave and a $15 minimum wage, both of which were adopted.

By Evan Horowitz

Jobs may be plentiful and corporate profits strong, but the US economy is still failing workers.

SEAN P. MURPHY | THE FINE PRINT

Denied a chance to say goodbye to an old friend

Thelma Kaminsky in 2016. (Family Handout)

By Sean P. Murphy

When Thelma Kaminsky died last month at age 87, no friends gathered in her building to grieve and pay their respects. The managers of her building wouldn’t allow it.

Coming soon to a theater near you: State tax incentives?

The newly restored Emerson Colonial Theatre kicked off its new era with “Moulin Rouge!”

By Jon Chesto

Lawmakers are pondering offering state tax credits to encourage producers to debut Broadway-bound shows in Massachusetts.

Obituaries

Ray Emery, 35, NHL goalie known for aggressive style

Mr. Emery won the Stanley Cup as a backup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2013.

By Stephen Whyno

Mr. Emery helped the Ottawa Senators reach the final in 2007 and won the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2013.

Ralph Paige, 74, advocate for black farmers in the South

Mr. Paige was the longtime head of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund.

By Olesia Plokhii

Mr. Paige helped the farmers stay on their land, obtain access to loans, and sue the federal government.

Sports

Tara Sullivan

When will the NFL figure out how to stop getting so much wrong?

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, center, is flanked by Pittsburgh Steelers president Art Rooney II, left, and Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill during a news conference where he announced that NFL team owners have reached agreement on a new league policy that requires players to stand for the national anthem or remain in the locker room, during the NFL owner's spring meeting Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

By Tara Sullivan

A long offseason is just about over, but a long list of problems won’t disappear so easily.

ALL-STAR FUTURES GAME | US 10, WORLD TEAM 6

Manager for a day — and just a day, he swears — David Ortiz enjoyed the Futures Games

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 15: Manager David Ortiz of the World Team gestures with a baseball during a pitching change against the U.S. Team in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Nationals Park on July 15, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

By Alex Speier

Ortiz, whose World Team lost to the US, 10-6, sought counsel from Red Sox manager Alex Cora and received a five-star tutorial in return.

‘It’s fun, man’: David Ortiz likes what he’s seeing from 2018 Red Sox

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 15: Manager David Ortiz of the World Team (L) and Manager Torii Hunter of the U.S. Team greet one another before the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Nationals Park on July 15, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

By Alex Speier

The former Sox slugger said it’s too early, though, to compare this year’s club with the World Series winners in 2004, ’07, and ’13.