Trump doubles down on immigration ban

Confusion surrounding the executive order has frightened immigrants, infuriated lawmakers, and spurred lawyers into action.

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34 hours: chaos, protests, and a critical court ruling follow Trump?s order

On Friday afternoon, the chaos that would erupt at airports nationwide was still hours away. But around Boston, a resistance was taking shape.

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//[1].jpg Timeline of Trump?s immigration ban

A stroke of a pen ? then 34 hours of confusion.

// Thousands in Copley Square protest immigration order

It was the second time in the young Trump administration that Bostonians flooded the streets to oppose the president.

// ?Bad dudes?: Trump downplays count of people detained

The president took to Twitter, saying only 109 travelers entering the country this weekend experienced disruptions.

President Donald Trump was surrounded by business leaders in the Oval Office while signing an executive action Monday.

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Trump signs executive order on business regulations

The executive action is aimed at significantly cutting regulations for small businesses.

// Trump Today: Supreme Court pick will be announced tomorrow

Trump tweeted this morning that his pick will be announced live on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

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// Trump?s order was sloppy ? and maybe that was the point

The question is: Did President Trump stumble into this conflict? Or was he eager for it?

Several Patriots joined owner Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick at the rally.

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Patriots are on to Houston following Foxborough rally

?Rest up, hydrate, and get ready for Sunday because it?ll be a hell of a game,? quarterback Tom Brady said.


// Noisegate didn?t make a peep compared with Deflategate

Unlike You-Know-Who, the Falcons cooperated fully with the NFL?s investigation and accepted the penalties.

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Terrorist attack on Quebec mosque kills 6

Two people were arrested after Sunday?s shooting, which took place during evening prayers.

// Galvin orders LPL brokerage to repay $2.5 million to investors

The Massachusetts secretary of state says annuities sold to retirees and older investors were unsuitable.

// Salem to consider sanctuary city ordinance

Mayor Kimberley Driscoll isn?t worried that the city could lose about $10 million in federal funding.

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// Lawyers fight immigration ban; Pats head to Houston

A terrorist attack at a Quebec mosque, Angela Merkel called Donald Trump, and more of the news you need.


// Banned from casino, he returns to lose more money without detection

?I?ve been back to Foxwoods a hundred times since I got on the list,? David Schreiber said.

// Democrat Jay Gonzalez launches bid for governor

Gonzalez, budget chief during the Patrick administration, is the first to formally say he?s challenging Charlie Baker.

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Take a look back at the construction of America?s first subway

Before the trains could be set into motion, years of excavation and invention had to occur. These photos track the progress made over a decade to get the Boston subway system up and running.

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// Trump?s travel ban diminishes our nation

Immigrants need American higher education, and America needs them.

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Tom Brady: Superfreak?

We break down, body part by body part, what science suggests the average 39-year-old human encounters, and how Brady might be defying those expectations.

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// 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.