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At the church she called home, she found her own quiet way to protest

Rebecca Shipman Hurst, like many ordinary Catholics, had to navigate her own faith to find a way to signal her disapproval of more revelations of abuse in the church.

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An attorney for Christine Blasey Ford said Thursday that her appearing at a hearing on Monday to detail her claims is ‘‘not possible’’ but that she could testify later in the week.

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A new poll shows a healthy majority of her constituents don’t think the Cambridge Democrat should jump into the 2020 race.

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A film festival established by documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is being sued by a Boston company.

Stage Review

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This exhilarating touring production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s blockbuster serves notice that “Hamilton’’ is built to last.

The Nation

Kavanaugh accuser won’t testify Monday but open to doing so later next week

FILE - In this Sept. 4, 2018, file photo Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh is surrounded by photographers as he stands with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley R-Iowa, during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. Senate Republicans are moving ahead with Kavnaugh but it’s not at all clear if confirming the conservative judge will provide the mid-term election boost once envisioned or saddle the GOP with political fallout from Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault for years to come.(Jim Bourg/Pool Photo via AP, File)

By Seung Min Kim, John Wagner and Emma Brown

An attorney for Christine Blasey Ford said Thursday that her appearing at a hearing on Monday to detail her claims is ‘‘not possible’’ but that she could testify later in the week.

Michael Cohen has spoken repeatedly with Mueller’s prosecutors

By Maggie Haberman, Sharon LaFraniere and Matthew Rosenberg

ABC News reported that Cohen was questioned about Donald Trump’s business dealings in Russia, and possible connections between Trump’s campaign and Russian intermediaries.

Candidates for governor spar over making tax returns public

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (left) and Republican challenger Scott Wagner.

By Marc Levy

It’s an issue that is playing out this year in several hotly contested races, including in Illinois, Iowa, and New Mexico, to name a few.

The World

South’s leader urges US to declare an end to 1950-53 Korean War

South Korean President Moon Jae-in (second from left) and the North’s leader, Kim Jong Un (left) visited Mount Paektu in North Korea with their wives on Thursday.

By Choe Sang-Hun

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea urged the United States to declare an end to the Korean War as an incentive for North Korea to denuclearize.

4 young children killed in Dutch train crossing collision

Emergency services workers inspect the scene where a cargo bike was hit by a train on a rail crossing in Oss, The Netherlands, on Thursday.

By Mike Corder

A train slammed into an electric cargo bike in the Netherlands on Thursday, killing four young children and leaving two other people critically injured, authorities said.

Editorial & Opinion

Editorial

The financial crisis: Calamity averted, but challenges remain

FILE - This Monday, July 15, 2013, file photo, shows the American flag and Wall St. street sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. Global stock markets were mostly higher Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015, as investors waited for U.S. jobs data to assess when the Federal Reserve will increase interest rates that have been at a record low. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

Better economic opportunities for modest and middle-class earners should be a primary goal for both parties.

Opinion | Eric Rosengren

Are we equipped for the next recession?

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 14: People walk along Wall Street on the ten year anniversary of the U.S. financial crisis September 14, 2018 in New York City. The September 15th 2008 collapse of the investment bank Lehman Brothers officially marked the beginning of the global meltdown which resulted in billions in financial losses around the world. Millions of people lost their jobs, homes and savings in what was one of the worst recessions in U.S. history. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

By Eric Rosengren

How prepared will policy makers be to offset the next downturn, whatever its cause?

Opinion | Jenifer B. McKim

For too many people, the ‘recovery’ never happened

Boston, MA. 09/ 22 / 09: Frances Louis (cq) takes residence in a foreclosed home on Cobden Street in Roxbury in an aggressive new tactic in the battle against foreclosures. ( David L Ryan / Globe Staff ) section:BUSINESS slug: 23occupied reporter Jennifer McKim

By Jenifer B. McKim

The success of the housing “recovery” depends a lot on who you are and where you live.

Metro

Gas service could take ‘several months’ to restore in Merrimack Valley

Gas workers tended to pipes off Brookfield Street in South Lawrence.

By Milton J. Valencia and Matt Rocheleau

Governor Charlie Baker did not address Columbia’s prediction that it could take months, only saying that a proper plan is being put in place.

At the church she called home, she found her own quiet way to protest

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By Jenna Russell

Rebecca Shipman Hurst, like many ordinary Catholics, had to navigate her own faith to find a way to signal her disapproval of more revelations of abuse in the church.

Elizabeth Warren for president? New survey shows Mass. voters don’t love that idea

Senator Elizabeth Warren.

By Victoria McGrane and James Pindell

A new poll shows a healthy majority of her constituents don’t think the Cambridge Democrat should jump into the 2020 race.

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Business & Tech

Two gatherings, two visions for fixing Boston’s housing crisis

Two conferences in Boston this weekend take different views of how to create affordable housing in the city, like this mixed-income building in Dorchester.

By Tim Logan

Roxbury will host gatherings of activist groups that have differing approaches to affordability.

In a J.D. Power survey, travelers rank Logan among the worst big airports in US

In a study released this week by J.D. Power, Logan came in 16th out of 19 airports. Above, JetBlue’s ticketing area.

By Christopher Muther

In a study of airports of comparable size, the J.D. Power study found that Logan came in 16th out of 19 airports. But travelers seem to love what Orlando and Las Vegas airports have to offer.

CHESTO MEANS BUSINESS

Rockland Trust bulks up in Boston with Blue Hills deal

It’s Rockland Trust’s time to brag as the the state’s biggest independent retail bank after acquiring Blue Hills Bank.

By Jon Chesto

The state’s banking industry will soon crown a new king.

Obituaries

Ira Sabin, founder of JazzTimes magazine, dies at 90

By Richard Sandomir

Ira Sabin was a bebop drummer who in 1970 started what became JazzTimes magazine, one of the world’s leading jazz publications.

Big Jay McNeely, R&B’s ‘King of the Honkers,’ dies at 91

Big Jay McNeely(left) at Boston Blues Festival Library Tag 09222002 Arts & Entertainment

By Terence McArdle

His wailing tenor saxophone and outrageous stage antics helped define the sound and sensibility of early rock ‘n’ roll.

Joseph D. Ketner II, curator at Rose Museum and Emerson College

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By Bryan Marquard

Mr. Ketner believed in the transformative nature of art, and his work offered audiences a chance to be moved.

Sports

ISL/PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW

More and more, big-time colleges look to ISL for football talent

LA football bowl game v. Phillips Andover: Lawrence Academy football player Tony Muse. Photo: Jon Chase/Lawrence Academy

By Nate Weitzer

It used to be that athletes didn’t really view prep schools as avenues to Division 1, but that is changing.

Browns 21, Jets 17

Baker Mayfield helps Browns end long losing streak

CLEVELAND, OH - SEPTEMBER 20: Baker Mayfield #6 of the Cleveland Browns runs off the field after a 21-17 win over the New York Jets at FirstEnergy Stadium on September 20, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

By Tom Withers

The No. 1 overall pick replaced injured starter Tyrod Taylor and sparked Cleveland to its first win since Dec. 24, 2016.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Here are 10 games to watch in Week 3 of the high school football season

8.4.3091882606_Sports_08schxaverian Xaverian Brothers High running back Mike Saliba (5) is brought down by Everett High defender Declan Smith (88) during the high school football game in Westwood, Mass., Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. (Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe)

By Nate Weitzer

Three-way threat Mike Sainristil and top-ranked Everett welcome in St. John’s Prep on Saturday aftenoon.

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BRUINS NOTEBOOK

Here’s the latest from the Bruins’ training camp

By Kevin Paul Dupont

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL NOTES

The art of playing libero begins with knowing your opponent

By Dan McLoone

RED SOX NOTEBOOK

Sandy Leon puts 0-for-30 slump behind him

By Peter Abraham

THE BETTOR’S EDGE

FanDuel pays up after its betting error

By Ed Ryan

Weekend

Stage Review

‘Hamilton,’ the hit heard ’round the world, arrives in Boston (finally) with a bang

The “Hamilton” touring production, now at the Boston Opera House.

By Don Aucoin

This exhilarating touring production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s blockbuster serves notice that “Hamilton’’ is built to last.

A jazzy serenade for a stroll on the Esplanade

Eric Hofbauer will be among the artists scheduled to perform at “Jazz Along the Charles.”

By Jon Garelick

The Celebrity Series has created a unique way to enjoy a Boston-centric set list from 25 artists and ensembles.

★ ½ | Movie Review

Michael Moore takes on Donald Trump in incendiary film

Michael Moore sprays water from Flint, Mich., on the governor’s lawn in “Fahrenheit 11/9.”

By Mark Feeney

“Fahrenheit 11/9” is Michael Moore’s latest polemical documentary, and it’s pretty awful.

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TV Critic’s Corner

Marshmallows haven’t seen the last of ‘Veronica Mars’

By Matthew Gilbert