The transition to Trump

Trump?s team seeks millions for inauguration events

President-elect Donald Trump.


President-elect Donald Trump?s team has turned its attention to raising tens of millions of dollars for festivities related to his inauguration.

President-elect Donald Trump, left, and investor Wilbur Ross.

Billionaire investor considered for Trump?s Commerce secretary pick

Wilbur Ross would represent the interests of U.S. businesses domestically and abroad as the head at Commerce.

Boston, Massachusetts -- 10/13/2015-- Workers cheer during the Fight for $15 rally at the State House in Boston, Massachusetts October 13, 2015. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Topic: 14workerbills Reporter:

Despite support across party lines, raise in federal minimum wage is doubtful

Voters went for Trump and for raising the minimum wage, but the prospects for a nationwide increase are minimal.

// Live updates from the Standing Rock protest

A Globe reporter and photographer are at the scene of protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

// Stein raises $2.3 million for recount requests in three key states

A fundraising website was set up for the recount effort in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.

Smoke billowed from a house as a fire raged in the northern Israeli port city of Haifa on Thursday.

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Wildfire blamed on ?terror? roars through Israeli city

A wildfire roared through parts of Haifa, Israel?s third-largest city, on Thursday, forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate their homes.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (L) and FARC leader Timoleon Jimenez, aka Timochenko shake hands during the second signing of the peace agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC, at the Colon Theater in Bogota, Colombia, on November 24, 2016. Colombia's government and FARC rebels signed a controversial revised peace accord Thursday to end their half-century conflict, set to be ratified in Congress despite bitter criticism from opponents. / AFP PHOTO / LUIS ROBAYOLUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images

Colombia and rebels sign revised peace deal, with no subsequent referendum

The new deal, forged after voters rejected the previous one, addresses a few but not all of the opponents? concerns.


The distribution center of the Greater Boston Food Bank, the largest hunger-relief organization in New England.

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In the season of giving, you have many excellent choices

Do you want to make a difference this holiday season? Many charitable organizations ? in Boston and beyond ? need your help.

// Thanksgiving Day high school football results

Here?s a look at the results from around Eastern Mass.

// What?s your school?s record in Thanksgiving football games?

Use the Globe?s database to search for your team, or see the stats on the state?s closest, most lopsided, and longest-running rivalries.


// Think twice about shopping on Black Friday

The sales are often gimmicks, you?ll probably spend way more money than you need to, and it?s not worth the hassle of the lines and packed parking lots.

// Gifts you can buy from local Etsy shops on Small Business Saturday

Want to shop local, but don?t want to leave the house? Well, here you go.

Catch the Thanksgiving Day ?Friends? marathon on TBS from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Couch much? Turkey Day marathons on TV

Here are a few marathons to help you space out and avoid multigenerational family political conversations.

// The war on childhood hunger. In Boston. In 2016.

More than 14 percent of children younger than 4 who come to Boston Medical Center?s pediatric emergency room are underweight.

Jonathan Batiste (center) is one of many artists to have new Christmas albums.

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Album reviews

New holiday albums from pop, country, and soul?s finest

The best holiday albums of 2016 include entries from Jonathan Batiste, Andra Day, Kacey Musgraves, Loretta Lynn, and many more.

Art Review

// A folk art collection both strange and familiar

At this Addison Gallery of American Art show featuring ceramics, glassware, paintings, and more, folk art is in fashion.

Boston, MA - 04/09/16 - (1st period) Boston Bruins left wing David Pastrnak (88) gives Boston a 1-0 lead as he broke in alone on Ottawa Senators goalie Andrew Hammond (30) with this shot during the first period. The Boston Bruins take on the Ottawa Senators in the final home game of the season at TD Garden. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Fluto Shinzawa, Topic: 10Senators-Bruins, LOID: 8.2.2505515446.


David Pastrnak rejoins Bruins lineup in Ottawa

The first-line right winger returns after missing three games with an unspecified injury.

Special reports

// With no function in her legs, she?s still hiking the Appalachian Trail

Stacey Kozel has hiked more than two-thirds of the trail, trekking solo with a major disadvantage: She cannot walk on her own.

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

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Big Picture

Training Afghanistan?s women soldiers

Kabul?s military training academy is churning out classes of enthusiastic women to serve in Afghanistan?s army.