Are conservative Christians turning against Trump?

Ernestine Cuellar, of Charlestown, raised her hands in prayer during a rally on Boston Common on Aug. 30. The event was conducted by evangelist Franklin Graham as part of a tour to urge evangelicals to vote.

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Evangelicals have been stalwart supporters of Republican candidates in previous elections, but some have doubts about Donald Trump.

// ?Voter fraud? talk targets minorities, activists say

?That sort of tactic is reminiscent of 1930s Germany. It?s very frightening,? said one former Philadelphia city councilor.

// ?Extend your hand? to foes, Bill Clinton urges Democrats

Clinton, campaigning for his wife in New Hampshire, said voters should be kind to Trump supporters, ?no matter how mean they are.?

// Anti-marijuana legalization effort releases first TV ad

The 30-second spot imagines an almost dystopian neighborhood overrun by pot shops and stoners.

Louie Diaz (left) spoke with Eduardo DeJesus, a homeless man who resides in a tent near other opioid addicts in a Lowell wooded area.

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Trying to make a difference with Lowell?s addicts

For a former addict turned outreach worker and the police officer he works with, failure is part of the job description.

// Did ?swatting? hoax lead to Revere standoff?

Police are investigating the possibility that the 911 call which brought police to the address was fake.

// Children?s Hospital expansion picks up another key supporter

Governor Charlie Baker said he was convinced that the project was necessary for the hospital to serve a growing number of patients.

// Cambridge is latest city to employ emergency water measures

With water running low at the city reservoir, Cambridge wants to temporarily tap into the MWRA?s system.

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One of Oprah?s favorite pie shops is keeping business local

The Centerville Pie Co.?s pies were named one of the star?s favorite things, leading to more popularity than its owners could handle. Now, they prefer to keep things close to home?and always homemade.

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The museum changed his life, and Michael Bloomberg is now giving back

The former New York mayor is donating $50 million to the Museum of Science, the largest gift in the institution?s history.

Jessica Alba arrived at the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston on Monday.


Want to find star power? You?re in the right place

Think you saw Jessica Alba, Jason Derulo, or Michael Phelps roaming Boston?s streets? Your eyes weren?t playing tricks on you.

//[1].jpg The court fight over the old courthouse, and why it?s a big deal

The fate of the 22-story Cambridge building could have ramifications across the state.


// NFL needs to rethink its crackdown on celebrations

When it comes to player celebrations, the NFL is threatening to stand for the Needless Flag League.

Men with intellectual challenges were exploited at an Iowa turkey plant for decades. They stayed in an old schoolhouse and earned $65 a month, plus room and board. Above: A Christmas party with the men in Atalissa, Iowa.


Shedding light on abuse, exploitation in Iowa

Dan Barry?s book shows how the intellectually challenged men, who worked at a turkey plant, were paid little and lived in poor housing.

// After sitting in limbo following lewd tape?s release, Billy Bush fired by NBC

The ?Today? show co-host was suspended earlier this month after the Donald Trump tape came out.

// Wellesley chief?s historic comments stand out

Terrence Cunningham apologized on behalf of an international police chiefs group for the ?historical mistreatment of communities of color.?

// East Coast sky gazers get a show from NASA rocket launch

People up and down the East Coast caught a glimpse after the rocket took off from a NASA facility in Virginia.

// First they moved the Gay Head Light. Now they want to fix it.

After the lighthouse was moved last year to save it from falling into the sea, officials learned they needed $1.3 million to fully restore it.

// A new ?Storrowing? victim: South Boston condo building

This time, it wasn?t a truck getting stuck under a bridge; it was a bus getting stuck under awning.

// Police release images of suspect in 2-year-old girl?s shooting

The girl was sitting in her car seat Saturday when she was grazed by a bullet, officials said.

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// The broken covenant

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

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Boston?s Theatre District

At the edge of diverse neighborhoods, the Theatre District is full of art, entertainment, and history. Many walks of life cross paths on the streets that are home to a bustling nightlife.