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Houston, TX - 10/19/2018 - (9th inning) Red Sox pitchers David Price and closer Craig Kimbrel embrace as the celebration begins. ALCS Game 5 Red Sox vs. Astros at Minute Maid Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 19Red Sox-Astros, LOID: 8.4.3514594970.

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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Red Sox are World Series bound

The Red Sox beat the Astros 4-1, punching a ticket to their fourth World Series in 15 years and a chance to add a championship to the winningest season in team history.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/10/18/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/cte_hernandez_jets_1920.jpg The NFL, brain damage, and Aaron Hernandez

Hernandez’s most lasting legacy in football may be one of his organs: His brain. Read the final episode in the series “Gladiator,” the Globe Spotlight report about Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/09/13/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/15111_KDB_DIEHL_0001-20594.jpg Charlie Baker tried to reshape the state Republican party. Then Donald Trump happened

Even his mea culpa after Wednesday night’s debate was far from enthusiastic: Baker did not utter Geoff Diehl’s name in any of his responses.

Analysis

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/10/16/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/kreiter_senatorwarren1_ed.jpg Warren’s DNA test was a long-term strategy based on 2020 politics

Those who are writing off the senator’s gambit might keep this in mind: Warren’s aim this week was not to show she had any claim to join a tribe.

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/10/17/BostonGlobe.com/Arts/Images/turner011515MAG020815BestPizza94.jpg Is Regina Pizzeria really the best in the country?

TripAdvisor says so, but here’s why you should take that with a grain of powdered Parmesan.

The Nation

Analysis

Warren’s DNA test was a long-term strategy based on 2020 politics

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke to the Boston Globe's editorial board this week.

By Annie Linskey

Those who are writing off the senator’s gambit might keep this in mind: Warren’s aim this week was not to show she had any claim to join a tribe.

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK

Dianne Feinstein says she would favor reopening Kavanaugh investigation next year

Senator Dianne Feinstein would be chair of the Judiciary Committee if Democrats took control of the Senate.

The California senator would become the chair of the Judiciary Committee if Democrats took control of the Senate.

Democrats: Trump intervened personally to stop FBI move

By Matthew Barakat

Administration emails show that President Donald Trump intervened personally to keep FBI headquarters in downtown Washington rather than relocate it to the suburbs as had long been planned, congressional Democrats said Thursday.

The World

Trump says he believes Khashoggi is dead, citing intelligence reports

By Maggie Haberman, Mark Landler, Michael S. Schmidt and Eric Schmitt

Pompeo urges Trump to give Saudi Arabia ‘a few more days’ to complete Khashoggi probe

Editorial & Opinion

Editorial

Boston’s bill for climate change is coming due

Boston-03/02/18-A man walks slowly through a flooded sidewalk off Congress Street, where water was flowing over from Fort Point Channel in the Seaport district. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)

We all benefit from the wonders of Boston’s shoreline, and we all must share the burden of keeping the city and its people safe.

Opinion | Reed Jobs and Eric S. Lander

Looking to the future of patient-centered cancer research and treatment

The “Count Me In” nonprofit empowers cancer patients as partners in improving care and treatment, and discovering future cures.

By Reed Jobs and Eric S. Lander

The “Count Me In” nonprofit empowers cancer patients as partners in improving care and treatment, and discovering future cures.

SCOT LEHIGH

The long and the short of Elizabeth Warren

Boston, MA., 10/16/2018, Senator Elizabeth Warren speaks to the Boston Globe's editorial board. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

By Scot Lehigh

Some key takeaways from a sit-down with Senator Elizabeth Warren.

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Opinion | Alan Berger

No more blank checks for Saudi Arabia

By Alan Berger

Opinion | Jonathan M. Albano

Fact, not fear, should guide voters to a yes on Question 3

By Jonathan M. Albano

Michael A. Cohen

When it comes to voting, America is stuck in the Dark Ages

By Michael A. Cohen

Metro

State will consider allowing pot delivery

The day when consumers older than 21 will be allowed in Massachusetts to line up and buy marijuana at a legal, state-regulated store is still probably weeks away.

By Dan Adams

The Cannabis Control Commission on Thursday issued final licenses to MCR Labs and CDX Analytics.

Charlie Baker tried to reshape the state Republican party. Then Donald Trump happened

Brockton, MA - 11/1/2015 -Republican State Representative Geoff Diehl campaigns with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker(R) in Brockton, MA, November 1, 2015. Diehl is running against Democratic State Representative Michael Brady to replace the late State Senator Tom Kennedy. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)

By Matt Stout and Victoria McGrane

Even his mea culpa after Wednesday night’s debate was far from enthusiastic: Baker did not utter Geoff Diehl’s name in any of his responses.

Newton man wasn’t told not to drive before fatal pizza shop crash, attorney says

Bradford Casler (left) sat next to his attorneyThomas Giblin in court Thursday.

By Travis Andersen

Bradford Casler, a Newton man with multiple sclerosis, is charged with driving his SUV into the Sweet Tomatoes pizza shop in Newton, killing two patrons and injuring seven others.

Business & Tech

Fishing for a future in tech

Boston, MA - 10/116/18 - Abraham Mora Sosa (cq) practiced the team's skit. At an event called Guppy Tank, teams of sixth graders pitched product ideas to investors Shark Tank style. The students were from the Dennis C. Haley Pilot School in Roslindale, and made their pitches in the offices of Salsify, Inc., a downtown software company. (Lane Turner/Globe Staff) Reporter: (Allison Hagan) Topic: (18guppytank)

By Allison Hagan

Boston sixth-graders pitch and learned during a three-day Guppy Tank program.

Wait, did Marty Walsh just tease a Don Chiofaro harbor tower?

 An image of a long-planned, but never formally-proposed, skyscraper developer Don Chiofaro wants to build on the downtown Boston waterfront popped up in a presentation given by Mayor Martin J. Walsh this week. BUSINESS 10-19-18

By Tim Logan

The mayor’s PowerPoint presentation on preparing for rising seas included an intriguing image.

US persuades Iraq to quash Siemens deal in favor of GE

A man checks the wiring on electric cables reaching out to homes in Saadoun Street in Baghdad. The country has faced chronic power shortages.

By Nick Wadhams

The Trump administration intervened to quash a $15 billion deal for Siemens Corp. to develop power stations in Iraq, instead persuading Baghdad to sign an agreement with General Electric Co., two administration officials said.

Obituaries

David Wise, author and CIA expert who exposed ‘invisible government,’ dies at 88

By Matt Schudel

The journalist and author became one of the country’s foremost authorities on espionage, writing books on the CIA, turncoat spies, and whether intelligence agencies had become an unaccountable ‘‘invisible government.”

Ex-Kentucky senator who lost to Mitch McConnell in 1984 dies at 92

FILE - This December 1972 file photo shows Walter

By Bruce Schreiner

Walter “Dee” Huddleston served two terms in the US Senate before losing in one of the state’s most storied and pivotal political campaigns.

Sports

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Here are the words about David Price you thought you’d never read

Houston TX 10/18/18: Red Sox pitcher Davis Price in the sixth inning. Houston Astros hosted Boston Red Sox in Game Five of ALCS at Minute Maid Park Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Dan Shaughnessy

The Red Sox lefthander finally filled in the biggest gap in his resume by winning a playoff game.

Frank Dell’Apa | Soccer notebook

Revolution planning ‘major changes,’ but the coach will stay the same

Foxborough, MA - 11/13/2017 - Brad Friedel (cq) is introduced as the new head coach of the Revolution, at Gillette Stadium. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 14Revolution Reporter: Frank Dell'Apa

By Frank Dell’Apa

The team missed the playoffs for the third straight year, but Brad Friedel will return as coach.

SPORTS LOG

Real Salt Lake routs Revolution

Real Salt Lake midfielder Nick Besler (13) leaps up to head the ball as the New England Revolution defense closes in during an MLS soccer match at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. (Steve Griffin/The Deseret News via AP)

Real Salt Lake scored three early goals to keep New England winless in their last seven meetings in Utah.

More Stories

Alex Speier | Instant Analysis

A closer look at how David Price mowed down Houston’s potent lineup

By Alex Speier

Gary Washburn | on basketball

After adding Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors pose a real threat to Celtics

By Gary Washburn

bruins notebook

Bruins piece together new line to add punch

By Matt Porter

WEEK 7 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

These converted high school QBs have taken over at the helm

By Nate Weitzer

UMass football vs. Coastal Carolina

UMass rested, ready to go vs. Coastal Carolina

By Karl Capen

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL NOTES

Danvers’s Grace Leete serves up grace under fire

By Dan McLoone

WEEK 7 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Ten games to watch in Week 7 of the high school football season

By Nate Weitzer

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Patriots rookie Sony Michel is in for the long run

By Nicole Yang

Weekend

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK

Is Regina Pizzeria really the best in the country?

Pepperoni pizza at Regina Pizzeria in the North End.

By Devra First

TripAdvisor says so, but here’s why you should take that with a grain of powdered Parmesan.