Trump lashes out at GOP critics in new tweets

File-This Oct. 5, 2016, file photo shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaking during a campaign rally, in Reno, Nev. Why now? And why this? For the legion of Republicans who abandoned Trump on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, recoiling in horror from comments their partyâ??s White House nominee made about using his fame to prey on women, there is no escaping those questions. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File)

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Donald Trump was active on Twitter Sunday morning, thanking supporters and taking aim at critics in his own party.


// Trump?s enablers share blame, too

A landslide loss in November would send a message to Republicans and the GOP leadership that they need to hear.

// Can the GOP do anything about Trump?

On Saturday, many Republicans around the country asked: Can we get a divorce? But it?s probably too late.

Yvonne Abraham

// The misogynist in full

Men like Donald Trump exist because men like Billy Bush exist.

// GOP remains in crisis after Trump remarks

Donald Trump insisted there was ?zero chance? he would withdraw from the race just 30 days before the election.

// Faux-Trump on SNL: ?Are you not entertained??

Sometimes, the GOP nominee makes it too easy for late night comedy writers. This was one of the times.

ground game

New England could spend nine hours watching TV on Sunday

First there?s the Patriots. Then the Red Sox? playoff game. And finally the second presidential debate. Make sure to get comfy on the couch.

ALDS: Indians at Red Sox | 4:08 p.m. (TBS)

David Ortiz waved to the Fenway Park fans before his final regular-season home game.

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With David Ortiz around, there?s always hope for Red Sox

The improbable, worst-to-first Red Sox run in 2013 was inextricably linked to the Marathon bombings.


// Clay Buchholz ready for his career moment

After struggling most of the season, it?s up to the veteran to save the Red Sox? postseason hopes.

Hanley Ramirez remained confdent the Red Sox will extend the ALDS against Cleveland with a Game 3 victory.


Hanley Ramirez offers bold prediction

The first baseman went the Joe Namath route and guaranteed the Red Sox will win both games at Fenway Park.

Patriots at Browns | 1 p.m.

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are doubtless both happy the quarterback?s suspension is over.

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Don?t believe what Belichick says ? Brady?s return is big deal

Bill Belichick was measured, as always, in his comments, but he was no doubt giddy on the inside.


// What to expect of Tom Brady in his first game back

Consider this: Brady is 39 and hasn?t played a meaningful NFL snap since January.

Linda and Nathan Carman in June.

A son?s hard times and his mother?s concern

Five years after an outburst at school, Nathan Carman was found in a life raft and his mother is presumed dead.

// Hillary Clinton isn?t a natural. So she?s got to be prepared.

As Clinton heads into the second presidential debate, it?s evident viewers can once again expect her to be keenly prepared.

// Trump?s disdain for preparation adds to debate pressures

Donald Trump has rarely put much stock in preparation, instead relying on sheer force of personality and a confidence that he could wing it.


// Hillary Clinton for president

Only one candidate for president belongs anywhere near the White House: The Globe endorses Clinton.

In this October 8, 2016 US Army National Guard handout photo, North Carolina emergency services evacuate residents of a neighborhood that fell victim to the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew in Fayetteville, North Carolina. A weakened Hurricane Matthew made landfall Saturday in South Carolina, nearing the end of a four-day rampage that left a trail of death and destruction across the Caribbean and up the southeastern US coast, now swamped by record floods. / AFP PHOTO / US Amry National Guard / Staff Sgt. Jonathan SHAW / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT


Hurricane triggers flooding in NC; US death toll at 15

North Carolina saw severe flooding in Hurricane Matthew as thousands of people had to be rescued. The death toll in the US rose to at least 15.

Marines fired three rifle volleys during a burial service at Arlington National Cemetery in August.


A 6-year bid for a moment of silence for veterans

A Weston family has reached the cusp of a goal that often seemed unreachable.

Justin Reynolds died of an apparent drug overdose in August.

Yvonne Abraham

A man who was more than the troubles he bore

Even amid despair, Justin Reynolds?s sweetness and charm shone.

Globe investigations

The desperate and the dead

// The broken covenant

Behind the fragmented state of mental health care lies a political system failure that spans decades ? and continues.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ?Spotlight?

?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

Trees sway from heavy rain and wind from Hurricane Matthew in front of Exploration Tower early Friday, Oct. 7, 2016 in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Matthew weakened slightly to a Category 3 storm with maximum sustained winds near 120 mph, but the U.S. National Hurricane Center says it's expected to remain a powerful hurricane as it moves closer to the coast. (Craig Rubadoux/Florida Today via AP)

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Hurricane Matthew

The most powerful Atlantic storm in nearly a decade left a path of destruction over the Caribbean and the US.