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Garlic and anchovy rubbed turkey, in New York. Why can’t turkey taste more like lamb — specifically, a Provençal-style leg of lamb, rubbed down with garlic, anchovies and rosemary? Food Stylist: Barrett Washburne. Prop Stylist: Courtney de Wet. (Christopher Testani/The New York Times)

Christopher Testani/New York Times

Am I poised to ruin Thanksgiving?

A woman considering serving a take-out turkey worries about getting roasted.

The Dow declined by 1.6 Monday, while the technology-heavy Nasdaq dropped by 3 percent.

Tech’s troubles on Wall Street haven’t hit Boston yet — but they could

No boom lasts forever. When this one ends, Boston’s tech sector could be vulnerable — but less so than in the past.

Some at US Representative Seth Moulton’s town hall-style meeting in Amesbury Monday held signs backing Nancy Pelosi.

Seth Moulton catches heat for Pelosi rebellion

A backlash to the congressman is brewing both in D.C. and at home.

The Brockton VA Community Living Center.

Calling treatment ‘nothing short of horrifying,’ veterans groups demand VA nursing home fixes

Six national veterans groups, who together represent nearly 5 million members, say veterans who risked their lives for our country shouldn’t have to risk their lives in VA nursing homes.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/11/20/BostonGlobe.com/Politics/Images/eeb17ab0-77bc-4f7a-84aa-2cb5f24b37ae.jpg Ivanka Trump used personal e-mail for government work, report says

The president’s daughter and adviser sent messages to White House aides, Cabinet members and her assistants.

The Nation

Seth Moulton catches heat for Pelosi rebellion

Some at US Representative Seth Moulton’s town hall-style meeting in Amesbury Monday held signs backing Nancy Pelosi.

By Liz Goodwin

A backlash to the congressman is brewing both in D.C. and at home.

Ivanka Trump used personal e-mail account to send e-mails about government business

By Carol D. Leonnig

Ivanka Trump used personal email account to send emails about government business

Democratic senators challenge Whitaker appointment in court

Acting US Attorney General Matthew Whitaker

By Charlie Savage

The three senators argue that President Trump’s installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general violated the Constitution.

The World

The fight against malaria has reached a standstill, says the World Health Organization

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

The disease remains a significant threat despite expensive, decadeslong efforts to contain it, with an estimated 220 million cases reported last year and about 435,000 deaths.

A Dutch writer thought she’d found a stolen Picasso; the real story is much weirder

A cameraman is seen as an image featuring stolen paintings from the Rotterdam Kunsthal Museum was presented during a press conference at the National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest.

By Amanda Erickson

Mira Feticu, who wrote a book about the art heist, said she’d received an anonymous letter about 10 days ago with instructions for tracking the painting.

UK investigates 3,000 foreign medics, after fake doctor is exposed

The renowned liver unit at King’s College Hospital in London. British medical authorities acknowledged on Monday that they were checking the credentials of some 3,000 foreign physicians, after one was convicted of fraud and accused of falsifying qualifications.

By Alan Cowell

The case could add to concerns about the safety of patients in Britain’s once-vaunted National Health Service.

Editorial & Opinion

Opinion | Maggie Hassan

Making airline travel safe for all

FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2013, file photo, a person points to a screen with an airplane travel list while holding up a phone at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. International air travel has become remarkably safe in recent years, with deadly accidents like last month's Lion Air crash in Indonesia becoming more rare. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

By Maggie Hassan

New protections are now in place to make sure passengers are safe and treated with dignity when they travel.

RENÉE LOTH

Break your leaf-blower habit

Newton, MA., 11/07/17, A leaf-blowing landscaper disappears behind a tornado of leaves. Leaf blowers in Newton are causing controversy. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

By Renée Loth

Why can’t we regulate these two-stroke terrors out of their (and our) misery?

Opinion | Colin Angle, Jay Hooley, Scott Landers, and Jeff Ray

Message from the men: We know the power of women on boards

By Colin Angle, Jay Hooley, Scott Landers and Jeff Ray

Massachusetts companies need to step up to more gender diversity.

Metro

‘I just had a feeling it was her’

Melissa Gaudette, 33, and Edwin Benitez-Figueroa, 36, died Saturday when they were hit by a Christmas-themed train near this spot in Wareham.

By Emily Sweeney

Leon and Jean Gaudette said they don’t know how how or why their daughter and her companion were struck by the “Train to Christmas Town” Saturday.

Dukakis, Weld urge transportation board to get moving on north-south rail link

Former Massachusetts governors William Weld (left) and Michael Dukakis united again Monday to restate their support for the North-South Rail Link.

By Adam Vaccaro

Former governors who played critical roles in planning the Big Dig tell the transportation board that it’s time for another big project.

DNA testing yields new clues in 49-year-old cold case

 This police photo shows the outside of Jane Britton's apartment building near Harvard Square shortly after she was found dead in January 1969.

By Todd Wallack

The Middlesex District Attorney’s office will announce a major development in the murder of Jane Sanders Britton, a Harvard graduate student bludgeoned to death in 1969.

More Stories

GET SMART

The symbolic history of the swastika

By Morgan Hughes

Poodles in Wayland attacked by coyotes

By Emily Sweeney and Travis Andersen

TV Critic’s Corner

Alan Ball goes behind the scenes of ‘True Blood’

By Matthew Gilbert

Love Letters

He says we can’t overcome the distance

By Meredith Goldstein

Business & Tech

Tech’s troubles on Wall Street haven’t hit Boston yet — but they could

The Dow declined by 1.6 Monday, while the technology-heavy Nasdaq dropped by 3 percent.

By Andy Rosen

No boom lasts forever. When this one ends, Boston’s tech sector could be vulnerable — but less so than in the past.

CHESTO MEANS BUSINESS

Citizens Bank pursues national ambitions

Citizens Bank CEO Bruce Van Saun is turning to his Boston-based commercial bank to find new corporate clients.

By Jon Chesto

So what was the Providence company doing, sending one of its top Boston lenders out to sunny Los Angeles to open a new office? It’s all about the Benjamins, of course.

US Treasury to scrutinize all-cash home sales in Boston

By Tim Logan

Suffolk and Middlesex counties were added to a list of areas where real estate deals are reviewed in an effort to combat money laundering.

Obituaries

Ramona Ripston, California civil liberties champion, dies at 91

Ms. Ripston spurred her California ACLU affiliate — and the national organization — to a greater level of social activism.

By Kathrine Q. Seelye

Ms. Ripston became the first woman — and one of the few nonlawyers — to head an ACLU affiliate.

Aldyr Schlee, designer of Brazil’s iconic soccer uniform, dies at 83

Brazil celebrated after Neymar (10) scored against Uruguay last week in London. The team wears yellow shirts and blue shorts. The uniform, designed by Mr. Schlee, debuted in 1954.

By Sandra E. Garcia

Mr. Schlee was a professor for 30 years at the Federal University of Pelotas, and an award-winning journalist and author.

Zhores Medvedev, who exposed Soviet science fraud, dies at 93

By Matt Schudel

Dr. Medvedev was one of the most prominent political dissidents in the former Soviet Union.

Sports

High School Football

Here’s who won the 2018 high school football Super Bowls

Nicholas Brulport (left) and Dante Messina celebrate Stoneham’s victory in the Division 6 Super Bowl.

By Brandon Chase

Eight teams claimed a state championship at Gillette Stadium.

TARA SULLIVAN

These QBs are twin brothers — and they’re playing each other on Thanksgiving

Zach (left) and Luke Maffeo pose for a portrait in their home. The twin brothers will play each other on Thanksgiving day.

By Tara Sullivan

Luke and Zach Maffeo of O’Bryant and Latin Academy will share the field as opponents before sharing the dinner table as family.

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

‘This is the place I wanted to be’: For Steve Pearce, staying in Boston was an easy decision

Los Angeles, CA - 10/27/2018 - Red Sox Steve Pearce reacts his solo home run while rounding second base in the eighth inning. Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Boston Red Sox in Game 3 of the World Series at Dodger Stadium. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)

By Nick Cafardo

“I finally have some roots to lay down,” Pearce said just days after signing a one-year deal with Boston.

Tuesday Stories

NAMES

No, a Harvard football player didn’t give his Yale rival the middle finger before a touchdown

Boston, MA - 11/17/2018 - (4th quarter) Harvard Crimson running back Devin Darrington (36) run for a touchdown during the fourth quarter was called back because of an unsportsmanlike penalty on the Crimson during the fourth quarter. Harvard hosts Yale at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: John Powers, Topic: 18Yale-Harvard , LOID: 8.4.3826701376.

By Steve Annear

It was his index finger — and running back Devin Darrington wants to settle the score on what really happened.