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Governor Charlie Baker and his wife, Lauren, arrived for his swearing in to a second term at the State House.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Charlie Baker’s second inauguration speech focuses on the practical, not the visionary

The Swampscott Republican was sworn into a second term as governor on a Bible held by his 90-year-old father, Charles D. Baker.

The Boston landmark Durgin-Park says it will close Jan. 12.

Durgin-Park’s impending closure marks end of an era

The restaurant, which opened in 1827 and is known for its Yankee pot roast and Boston baked beans, will close Jan. 12, its manager said.

Dartmouth College outlines steps to address sexual harassment

The Ivy League school, roiled by allegations against three former psychology professors, will require online harassment training for all faculty, staff, and graduate students.

Locked-out workers picketed outside a National Grid facility in Malden in September. The union and the company announced a tentative agreement late Wednesday.

National Grid workers say holding firm on contract demands ‘the right thing’

About 1,250 union workers had been locked out by the company for more than six months.

Senator Elizabeth Warren said she would prefer to keep the focus on the plight of working families.

Is she likable enough? We’re still asking that?

Women are pushing back against presumptions and narratives they might have endured just a few years ago.

The Nation

Undocumented worker says Trump resort shielded her from Secret Service

The entrance to the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.

By Miriam Jordan

A former employee of the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey said that her name was removed from a list of workers to be vetted by the Secret Service.

Day 13: Trump digs in on border wall at surprise appearance

By Lisa Mascaro

President Donald Trump made a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room Thursday on the 13th day of the partial government shutdown, as he continued to dig in his heels over his promised border wall.

In the end, 15 Democrats don’t back Nancy Pelosi for speaker

Representative Seth Moulton had been against Pelosi, but voted for her Thursday.

By Alan Fram

What started as a rebellion with a potentially devastating effect on Pelosi’s drive to reclaim the House speaker’s post officially fizzled Thursday.

The World

North Korea’s ambassador to Italy has gone missing, South Korean lawmaker says

North Korea's Acting Ambassador to Italy Jo Song Gil (center) held a model of

By Min Joo Kim and Stefano Pitrelli

North Korea’s ambassador to Italy has gone missing, South Korean lawmaker says

The pen proves mighty for an unlikely Trump correspondent

President Trump gestured as he met with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un at the start of their historic US-North Korea summit in Singapore last June.

By Mark Landler and Maggie Haberman

It has become a favorite parlor trick of President Donald Trump’s, and on Wednesday, he was at it again, brandishing his latest letter from the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un.

Editorial & Opinion

Editorial

It’s a ‘Groundhog Day’ agenda on Beacon Hill

Governor Charlie Baker touts “perseverance and collaboration” in second-term inaugural address. He’ll need both to prevail on his legislative priorities.

Opinion | Garry Wills

Celibacy isn’t the cause of the church sex-abuse crisis; the priesthood is

Photo illustration by Globe Staff; AP

By Garry Wills

The priesthood itself — with its imperial rule over the whole of Catholic life — is what’s at stake, and what the church and its priests are determined to protect.

Letters

In baseball, as in life, difficulty is what drives us

“May we all work harder on the important things in 2019.”

Metro

Charlie Baker’s second inauguration speech focuses on the practical, not the visionary

Governor Charlie Baker and his wife, Lauren, arrived for his swearing in to a second term at the State House.

By Matt Stout and Victoria McGrane

The Swampscott Republican was sworn into a second term as governor on a Bible held by his 90-year-old father, Charles D. Baker.

Dartmouth College outlines steps to address sexual harassment

Dartmouth College has come under increased criticism for how it dealt with allegations that three former psychology professors sexually harassed and assaulted students.

By Deirdre Fernandes

The Ivy League school, roiled by allegations against three former psychology professors, will require online harassment training for all faculty, staff, and graduate students.

NAMES

Aly Raisman has a resolution for 2019: more meditation

Aly Raisman spoke at The Massachusetts Conference For Women held at the Boston Convention Center in December.

By Lillian Brown

“I have been meditating pretty much every single day since April. It has completely changed my life,” Raisman wrote on Instagram.

Business & Tech

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

It was only a matter of time before consumers said no to pricier iPhones

China is Apple’s third-biggest market, after the United States and Europe. But it is facing a sluggish economy, aggravated by a simmering trade war with the United States.

By Hiawatha Bray

Apple’s admission that sales of its iPhones would fall $5 billion short of expectations was a stunner. But it wasn’t exactly a surprise.

National Grid workers say holding firm on contract demands ‘the right thing’

Locked-out workers picketed outside a National Grid facility in Malden in September. The union and the company announced a tentative agreement late Wednesday.

By Katie Johnston

About 1,250 union workers had been locked out by the company for more than six months.

CHESTO MEANS BUSINESS

Unions face new court fight in Mass.

Steve Tolman, President of the Massachusetts AFL-CIO, called the case an  “attack on working people.”

By Jon Chesto

The state Supreme Judicial Court next week will hear an appeal filed by three UMass employees and a Hanover school teacher who argue they shouldn’t be forced to support a union.

Obituaries

Herb Kelleher, co-founder of Southwest Airlines, dies at 87

Mr. Kelleher, a boisterous executive, instilled a spirit of fun in the company’s culture.

By Glenn Rifkin

Not many CEOs dress up as Elvis Presley, settle a business dispute with an arm-wrestling contest, or go on TV wearing a paper bag over their head.

Department store executive Blake Nordstrom dies at 58

Mr. Nordstrom became president of his family’s company in 2000.

By Michael Corkery

Mr. Nordstrom led the upscale department store chain as co-president with his brothers Erik and Peter.

Pegi Young, musician and activist, dies at 66

FILE - In this Oct. 24, 2010 file photo, Neil Young, left, and his wife Pegi Young perform during the Bridge School Benefit concert in Mountain View, Calif. Young, who with fellow musician and then-husband Neil Young helped found the Bridge School for children with speech and physical impairments, has died. Young died of cancer Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019, in California, according to spokeswoman Michelle Gutenstein-Hinz. She was 66. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar, File)

Ms. Young and her fellow musician and then-husband Neil Young helped found the Bridge School for children with speech and physical impairments.

Sports

FRANK DELL’APA | SOCCER NOTEBOOK

Some top Argentine talent has slipped away from Revolution

Guillermo Barros Schelotto, coach of Argentina's Boca Juniors, gestures during the Copa Libertadores final soccer match against Argentina's River Plate at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)

By Frank Dell’Apa

Guillermo Barros Schelotto’s recent hiring as LA coach is a reminder of how he got away in 2007.

Peter Abraham

For Red Sox, re-signing Craig Kimbrel might be their best alternative

Boston, MA: 6-27-18: Both the crowd and Red Sox reliever Craig Kimbrel erupt after he got a strile out to end the top of the eighth inning,leaving the bases loaded. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Los Angeles Angels for a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Peter Abraham

With the Sox looking for a closer and David Roberston off the market, a reunion makes sense.

TARA SULLIVAN

While Tom Brady keeps on chugging, Eli Manning could be headed for the NFL rubble pile

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - AUGUST 30: Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants greets Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots after a pre-season NFL game at MetLife Stadium on August 30, 2018 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

By Tara Sullivan

While Patriots fans worry about the slow decline of their star QB, Manning’s unraveling has been as precipitous as it has been shocking.

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PGA Tournament of Champions

Kevin Tway opens with 66 at PGA’s Tournament of Champions in Hawaii

By Doug Ferguson

CHAD FINN | SPORTS MEDIA

Patriots haven’t lost any ground in TV ratings

By Chad Finn

AFC WILD-CARD GAME: CHARGERS VS. RAVENS

Chargers’ Derwin James is out to stop the Ravens

By Joe Reedy

AFC WILD-CARD GAME: COLTS VS. TEXANS

DeAndre Hopkins has carried Texans’ receiving corps

By Kristie Rieken

NFL WILD-CARD GAME: EAGLES VS. BEARS

Eagles’ Alshon Jeffery returning to Chicago to face Bears

By Rob Maaddi

NFC WILD-CARD GAME: COWBOYS VS. SEAHAWKS

Cowboys, Seahawks figure to focus on run game

By Schuyler Dixon

Weekend

Art Review

At the ICA, Jason Moran plays a different tune

Jazz history is at the heart of Jason Moran’s ICA exhibition.

By Murray Whyte

The acclaimed jazz composer gets a museum exhibition of his own.

theater

Ibsen’s heroine reluctantly returns in ‘Doll’s House, Part 2’ at the Huntington

John Judd and Mary Beth Fisher star in Huntington Theatre Company’s presentation of “A Doll’s House, Part 2” at Huntington Avenue Theatre.

By Christopher Wallenberg

The play imagines what happened to the revolutionary character and her family in the years since her abrupt exit, an action that shocked late 19th-century audiences.

50 years later, Elvis’s ‘comeback special’ stands as an epic rock rebirth

‘‘Singer Presents . . . Elvis’’ first aired Dec. 3, 1968, as a television special on NBC.

By Adrian Sainz

The NBC special would become the top-rated show of 1968 and relaunch Elvis’s singing career.