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Protestors gather in the Hart Senate Office Building on September 27, 2018 in Washington, DC, in support of Christine Blasey Ford, who is testifying against Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. (Photo by Jose Luis Magana / AFP)JOSE LUIS MAGANA/AFP/Getty Images


Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination opens a new fault line in the American marriage: Call it the rage gap

Sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh are triggering marital revelations and productive conversations — and also tensions.

// Senators struggle to digest FBI’s Kavanaugh report; test vote set

A key vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is planned in the Senate for Friday morning. A final vote could come as early as Saturday.

// Fourth annual HUBweek focuses on the future, takes over City Hall Plaza

The theme for this year’s HUBweek is “We the Future,” is a call to consider how technology and social change are reshaping work, life, and art.


// If there’s anything you still need to know about Red Sox-Yankees, here it is

This pre-playoff primer on the ancient rivals should answer all of your questions.

// First retail pot shops in Massachusetts approved by commission

The Cannabis Control Commission granted one license to a retail pot shop in Northampton and three went to Cultivate Holdings in Leicester.