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For the UK’s nationalists, President Trump is a ‘role model’

Chris, a supporter of far-right activist Tommy Robinson, wore a Make Britain Great Again cap at a rally.

Mary Turner for The Boston Globe

Trump-loving protesters rallying in London are part of a larger nationalistic movement around the world that predates Trump, but is being actively stoked by those close to the president.

A student walked by the new dorms at the University of Massachusetts in Boston on Friday.

Falling elevators, raw hamburger, lax security at UMass Boston dorms

The university’s first residential students report a long litany of miseries, including raw hamburgers and a faulty elevator.

thomas farragher

100 years after he fought in World War I, a family heirloom preserves his words

Joe Rodier was a 24-year-old Massachusetts soldier who served in the US Army during World War I, and recorded his experiences in a journal and letters home.

Bonnie Rosenberg (right) greeted fellow temple members at Temple Beth Elohim before Shabbat service was held on Friday night.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

After mass shooting at Pittsburgh synagogue, elders in Wellesley temple look to the past

Elders at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley reflected in the aftermath of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.

The Nation

California is already tough on guns. After a mass shooting, some wonder if it’s enough

Mourners at a vigil Thursday night for those killed in a shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

By Tim Arango and Jennifer Medina

Gun control activists and politicians in the state are already weighing what more can be done, and whether existing measures could have prevented the killing.

Metro

Spotlight Follow-up

County commissioner, Quincy official avoid charges at confidential court hearings

Plymouth County Commissioner Gregory Hanley.

By Todd Wallack and Nicole Dungca

A Plymouth county commissioner and a prominent Quincy city employee avoided criminal charges in private court hearings over the past several months.

Falling elevators, raw hamburger, lax security at UMass Boston dorms

A student walked by the new dorms at the University of Massachusetts in Boston on Friday.

By Laura Krantz

The university’s first residential students report a long litany of miseries, including raw hamburgers and a faulty elevator.

Grace Corrigan, mother of Christa McAuliffe and education advocate, dies at 94

Grace Corrigan, shown here in a Globe file photo, spent years educating students about space.

By Bryan Marquard

The Framingham resident met life’s reversals with candor, clarity, and a determination to keep doing good.

Sports

ADAM HIMMELSBACH

How the Jimmy Butler trade to the 76ers affects the Celtics and the East

File-This Nv. 5, 2018, file photo shows Minnesota Timberwolves guard Jimmy Butler, right, shooting as Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley defends during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles. Butler is headed to Philadelphia, ending the weeks-long saga of him wanting out of Minnesota. A person with knowledge of the situation says Butler is being traded to the 76ers in a package that will send Dario Saric and Robert Covington to the Timberwolves. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)

By Adam Himmelsbach

When Butler is at his best, he is a fierce, physical, competitive top-15-caliber NBA player.

Christoper L. Gasper

BC helped Clemson prep for the playoff. One day they hope to close the gap with them

Chestnut Hill, MA - 11/10/2018 - (1st quarter) Clemson Tigers tight end Milan Richard (80) and teammates celebrate his reception for a touchdown during the first quarter. Boston College Eagles host the Clemson Tigers at Alumni stadium in Chestnut Hill. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Julian Benbow, Topic: 11Clemson-BC, LOID: 8.4.3738276196.

By Christopher L. Gasper

Still, the No. 2 Tigers encountered their toughest fight against an ACC Atlantic Division opponent. “I knew it would be coming up here,” said Clemson coach Dabo Swinney.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Could the Patriots have done more with Aaron Hernandez, and other thoughts

According to the Globe Spotlight team, Aaron Hernandez told coach Patriots coach Bill Belichick he feared for his safety in early 2013.

By Dan Shaughnessy

A few details surrounding the team’s handling of their former tight end appear to contradict.