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All 2020 presidential candidates now support marijuana legalization efforts — even the Republicans

Bill Clinton “didn’t inhale” marijuana, and it was Obama’s “mistake,” but now all 12 official Democratic candidates told the Globe they support full nationwide legalization, Canada-style.

Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla.

‘It will be horrific’: How will women caught up in spa scheme move on?

A spare office was used as a shower. Meals were cooked on stove tops and in microwaves. Victims were pretty much never allowed to leave the spa building, police said.

The Curtain Call Theatre in Braintree was threatened with $150,000 in damages.

When way off Broadway still isn’t far enough

Braintree’s 70-seat Curtain Call Theatre was the latest small theater to receive a cease-and-desist letter from the powerful Broadway producer staging “To Kill A Mockingbird” in New York.

Family of missing woman says her body has been found

Jassy Correia, 23, had not been seen since early Sunday after leaving a Boston nightclub. A Providence man who was wanted in connection with her kidnapping was arrested Thursday in Delaware after a high-speed chase.

Boston high school graduates who completed the state college-preparation curriculum had far better odds of earning a post-secondary degree than those who did not, according to a report released Friday.

Study urges curriculum shift to aid Boston students’ success in college

Boston high school graduates who completed the state college-preparation curriculum had far better odds of earning a post-secondary degree, according to a report.

American Repertory Theater, now housed at the Loeb Drama Center in Cambridge, would move to Allston as part of a reimagined Harvard arts campus.

With a $100m gift, Harvard plans to expand arts campus in Allston

The American Repertory Theater is slated to have a new home in Allston as a part of a reimagined arts campus.

The Nation

All 2020 presidential candidates now support marijuana legalization efforts — even the Republicans

By Naomi Martin and James Pindell

Bill Clinton “didn’t inhale” marijuana, and it was Obama’s “mistake,” but now all 12 official Democratic candidates told the Globe they support full nationwide legalization, Canada-style.

Trump ordered officials to give Jared Kushner a security clearance, despite misgivings

President Trump ordered then-chief of staff John Kelly (seated) to grant a top-secret security clearance to Jared Kushner (right), despite intelligence officials’ concerns.

By Maggie Haberman and Michael S. Schmidt

Intelligence officials and the White House’s top lawyer raised concerns about Kushner receiving a top-secret clearance, four people briefed on the matter said.

Why Allen Weisselberg, Trump’s money man, could now face scrutiny

Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s unassuming 71-year-old chief financial officer, already is a focus for federal prosecutors in New York.

By Sarah Maslin Nir

In his testimony Wednesday, Michael Cohen unexpectedly mentioned Weisselberg by name more than 20 times.

Editorial & Opinion

SCOT LEHIGH

My brush with (virtual) death

By Scot Lehigh

Wednesday was the first time I’d ever had a brush with death.

Editorial

After two years dormant, Congress stirs

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, testified Wednesday before the House Oversight and Reform Committee.

Wednesday’s televised hearing should be only the first step in Congress’s investigation of the president.

RENÉE LOTH

Here’s a tip: Pay everyone a fair wage

By Renée Loth

The tipped minimum wage relies on consumers to carry labor costs that ought to be borne by business.

Metro

Family of missing woman says her body has been found

Jassy Correia and her daughter in June of last year.

By Travis Andersen and Laura Crimaldi

Jassy Correia, 23, had not been seen since early Sunday after leaving a Boston nightclub. A Providence man who was wanted in connection with her kidnapping was arrested Thursday in Delaware after a high-speed chase.

If we don’t stop climate change, Boston will feel like Baltimore

Six cities and some possibilities for what their climate will feel like in 2080.

By Martin Finucane

A new study shows how climate change will affect cities in the future. It’s as if they are moving 500 miles south.

Marijuana cafes one step closer to reality — slowly

Boston MA 4/20/18 Marijuana enthusiast smokes a marijuana cigarette to celebrate 4/20, a secret code about smoking marijuana in the Boston Common (photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: 22quickbitepic reporter:

By Naomi Martin

The state’s five cannabis commissioners say they’re listening to critics’ concerns, particularly about stoned drivers, secondhand smoke, and minority inclusion in the industry.

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Kevin Cullen

A piece of the old North End goes with them

By Kevin Cullen

Business & Tech

Cousins who started Drizly are in court over potential pot business

Drizly allows customers to order home delivery of alcoholic beverages through its app.

By Andy Rosen

The alcohol delivery startup and its former CEO both have plans to sell marijuana products.

Things to watch now that Beth Israel-Lahey merger is official

“This has been a long time coming,” Dr. Kevin Tabb, chief executive of Beth Israel Lahey Health, said of the deal becoming official.

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

It could be months — or years — before patients see any changes.

Chesto means business

MBTA is pushed to study air rights development at Cabot Yard

And the T uses Cabot Yard around the clock to park and maintain buses and Red Line trains. But the air space above it could be a new frontier for development.

By Jon Chesto

The most valuable piece of untapped real estate near downtown Boston might just be made of thin air.

Obituaries

Edward Nixon, president’s brother and champion, dies at 88

FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2011 file photo, Edward Nixon, brother of former President Richard Nixon, encourages restless children in the audience to stand and stretch at the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, Calif. Edward Nixon was portraying the former president at the

By Sam Roberts

Mr. Nixon, a geologist and energy consultant by profession, worked on his brother’s 1968 presidential campaign and was co-chairman of his reelection committee in 1972.

André Previn, Oscar-winning composer and conductor, dies at 89

Mr. Previn’s career spanned from movie studios to hallowed concert halls.

By Lindsey Bahr

The pianist, composer, and conductor’s broad reach took in the worlds of Hollywood, jazz, and classical music.

Sports

NFL Combine notes

Kyler Murray’s height is a hot topic at the NFL Combine

FILE - In this Feb. 18, 2019, file photo, Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Kyler Murray poses with the Davey O'Brien football award, in Fort Worth, Texas. Murray's measurements were among the most anticipated at this year's NFL scouting combine after he spurned the Oakland Athletics and a career in Major League Bsaeball for a shot at the NFL. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

By Jim McBride

The Oklahoma QB registered 5 feet 10 inches, just reaching the critical benchmark.

Northeastern women’s hockey fueled by fabulous freshman Alina Mueller

Northeastern freshman center Alina Mueller, brings the puck across the ice for NU first score against Merrimack College, on February 23, 2019. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

By Barbara Matson

The 20-year-old Swiss center combines dazzling ability on the ice with remarkable hockey smarts.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | BROOKLINE 82, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 76

Matt Price’s late 3-pointer helps Brookline pull away vs. Catholic Memorial

By Nate Weitzer

Price’s clutch trey helped top-seeded Warriors (21-2) advance to Div. 1 South semifinals vs. No. 5 Newton North (19-5).

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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | PEMBROKE 60, DUXBURY 45

Right at home: Pembroke girls roll past Duxbury

By Trevor Hass

Weekend

Television review

Michael Jackson documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ is riveting, shattering

A scene from HBO’s documentary “Leaving Neverland.”

By Matthew Gilbert

The film, airing on HBO, alleges that Jackson strategically groomed boys, seduced their parents into submission with elaborate trips and money, and sexually abused the boys for years. Full of agonizing detail, it will change forever the way I hear Jackson’s music.

Warm and casual Southwest style is hot in decor

Southwestern-inspired pottery from Etsy shop Pottery by Osa.

By Melissa Kossler Dutton

Renewed interest in earthy color palettes, rich textures, and rustic elements has sparked a revival of Southwestern decorating style.

When way off Broadway still isn’t far enough

The Curtain Call Theatre in Braintree was threatened with $150,000 in damages.

By Malcolm Gay

Braintree’s 70-seat Curtain Call Theatre was the latest small theater to receive a cease-and-desist letter from the powerful Broadway producer staging “To Kill A Mockingbird” in New York.