Girl Scouts face uproar over Trump parade

The Girl Scouts issued a forceful response to the deluge of angry phone calls, emails, and messages on social media that the group has received from parents and alumnae.

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Girl Scouts leaders and parents are outraged that the organization will march in the inaugural parade for President-elect Donald Trump.

Michael Hathaway, 52, staggers out of North Station after allegedly being beaten by a security guard with his own cane after the Dec. 22 attack in North Station.

He was allegedly beaten by TD Garden security. He may not be alone

A guard allegedly beat a disabled homeless man in Dec., and interviews suggest the alleged attack may be part of a pattern of abuse.

Lyft to begin pickups at Logan

Lyft says Massport approved an agreement to allow it to pick up riders at Logan International Airport starting February 1.

// Morales arraigned on federal escape charge

James Morales allegedly escaped from a R.I. detention center, leading law enforcement on a five-day manhunt before he was captured in Somerville.

// ?I swung and missed?: Man allegedly tried to kill ex-wife with ax

?I wanted to kill her. I don?t know what else to tell ya,? Allen Stotts allegedly told police.

// Firefighters use ladder to rescue several Charlestown residents

Boston firefighters used a ladder to rescue several residents during a one-alarm fire at a home on Monument Street in Charlestown Wednesday night, fire officials said.

// George H.W. Bush battles pneumonia, wife has bronchitis

Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara, on Thursday remained hospitalized in Houston.

// When trees fall, no one listens

A Beverly resident says her neighbor did not have the right to cut down 14 mature trees on a shared right of way.

// ?NCIS: Los Angeles? star Miguel Ferrer dies at 61

 Miguel Ferrer, who brought stern authority to his featured role on CBS? hit drama ?NCIS: Los Angeles? has died.

The transition: Obama to Trump

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Who will be at the Women?s March in Boston? Everyone, it seems

Organizers expect more than 80,000 to participate in the local march, from grass-roots activitists to CEOs.

Opinion | Gloria Steinem

// Why women are marching on Washington

Questions about the Women?s March on Washington have created a need for a Twitter version of history and Feminism 101.

// Betting websites try to predict how Trump Inauguration Day will unfold

Online wagering websites think they have a sense of some of what will and won?t happen during Friday?s ceremonies.

// Trump?s team says chowder is back on the inaugural menu

Legal Sea Foods got word from Donald Trump?s Presidential Inaugural Committee Thursday that the chowder would be included in the festivities after all.

AFC Championship: Steelers at Patriots


A locker room flap? Bill Cowher has heard it all before

As Steelers coach himself, Cowher went through a controversy not unlike Antonio Brown?s antics.


// Watch Tom Brady try ? and fail ? to speak German

Don?t worry, the Patriots quarterback got some help from lineman Sebastian Vollmer.

// Talking Points: Business leaders talk Trump, tech publisher has new owner, and more

A recap of the most important business news from Thursday.


// The Weekender: Poets, POTUS, photos, and toe shoes

The Globe?s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.


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Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Pedro Reina-Pérez

// Why Oscar López-Rivera deserves freedom

Puerto Rico is owned by an empire that claims to defend freedom and democracy around the world.

Special reports

// As Obama departs, black youth question place in Trump?s America

Black youth in Ferguson, Baltimore, and Boston are confronting the paradox of President Obama?s historic ascension and the start of the Donald Trump era.

Life sciences

STAT, a national publication from Boston Globe Media Partners, covers health, medicine, and life sciences.


The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

// The San Antonio solution

One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can?t Mass. do the same?

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.