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President Trump has frequently taken credit for stocks hitting peak values.

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Trump took credit for a growing economy. Now what?

As the stock market buckles, the president has a lot less to crow about. Many economists and business-watchers say some of the downturn is his fault.

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There are endless volumes of wisdom about raising kids. But Navigating La Navidad? You’re pretty much on your own.

Boston lags on tickets to enforce speed limit

A speed limit sign on Old Colony Avenue in Boston.

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After a spate of tragic accidents, various efforts have been taken to curb speeding in Boston. But one strategy has been largely missing: The issuance of speeding tickets.

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Clerk magistrates who oversee court filings have paperwork problems of their own

The Association of Magistrates and Assistant Clerks, which represents hundreds of clerk magistrates and assistant clerks, has repeatedly missed filing deadlines with the Secretary of State’s office for its annual reports.