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Police ?need to build trust? with immigrant community, Evans says

Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans said his officers will not arrest undocumented immigrants they encounter unless they are accused of committing violent crimes.

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Boston?s police commissioner said his officers will not notify federal authorities regarding undocumented immigrants unless they are wanted for violent crimes.

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// Trump delays signing cybersecurity order to focus on immigration lawsuit

President Trump delayed the executive order as White House staff stepped up attention to legal challenges against his immigration orders.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Can President Trump control his federal work force?

Sally Yates isn?t the only non-Trump supporter in the federal government. What will the rest do?

// White House spokesman says travel ban shouldn?t be called ?ban?

Press Secretary Sean Spicer is insisting President Donald Trump?s immigration order should not be referred to as a travel ?ban.?

Globe Magazine

// Trump?s anti-immigration playbook was written 100 years ago. In Boston.

How a trio of Harvard-educated blue bloods led a crusade to keep the ?undesirables? out and make America great again.

// Arnold Schwarzenegger criticizes Trump?s immigrant ban

Schwarzenegger said Trump?s executive order banning immigrants? entry to the United States was ??badly vetted?? and ??makes us look stupid.??


// Five ways Trump may have violated the Constitution

?I wouldn?t say he?s bumping into the Constitution, he?s crashing through it,? said Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe.

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Renée Graham

Baker must stand up to Trump

In treating Trump so gently, Baker risks toppling the careful balance that?s allowed him to maintain high approval ratings across the aisle.

Shirley Leung

// In the Trump era, Charlie Baker should follow his heart a bit more

This is what Team Baker doesn?t get. Navigating President Trump is no longer about politics, but about being human.

Senior Advisor Jared Kushner (left) and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly (right) listened while President Donald Trump spoke.

Talking Points

Why CEOs are worried about President Trump?s travel ban

Here?s a recap of the most important business news from Tuesday.

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Trump brings Supreme Court finalists to D.C.

President Donald Trump has narrowed his potential Supreme Court nominees to two, and both were reportedly called to Washington.

// Democrats force delays in votes on Price, Mnuchin, Sessions

The moves come amid growing surliness over the administration?s moves against refugees and an expected battle over the Supreme Court vacancy.

Joe Schellings from Duxbury walked along Powder Point Bridge.

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Storm could bring up to 6 inches of snow

The storm will be at its height during the evening commute.

// Charges dropped against man who bumped into officer

Cleon Ali Hodge, whose tense encounter with a plainclothes Cambridge police officer in Porter Square was captured on video, will not face charges.

// Uber gets permission to operate at Logan

The low-cost UberX service will be allowed to pick up passengers there beginning Wednesday.

?We work when everyone else is enjoying themselves,? Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said of Super Bowl Sunday.

Boston police will patrol in force on Super Bowl Sunday

Boston Police Commissioner William Evans and most of his officers have never seen a Super Bowl live because they are on patrol.

// Is Tom Brady a system quarterback? Even if, he?s not complaining

?I think every quarterback has some type of system that they?re in and sometimes those systems change,? Brady said Tuesday.

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Moving forward on Boston?s roads and bridges

In the first installment of a new series on local infrastructure, the current state of area roads and bridges is examined, as well as what?s being done to help improve it.

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Opinion & Ideas

OPINION | Madeleine K. Albright

// Travel ban creates a religious preference in our immigration system

As a refugee who rose to serve in one of the highest offices in the land, I consider it a repudiation of everything that America represents.

Special reports


// Chaos follows Trump immigration edict

Scores remain in limbo after President Trump?s order to close US borders to people from seven predominantly Muslim countries, prompting widespread outrage and action.


// ?Crazy like a fox?

Mental health experts try to get inside Trump?s mind.

Trump Today

// Trump Today: Lashing out at Democrats who protested his immigration plan

An attorney general fired, a Supreme Court nominee to be named, and more from the White House.

? Schedule: Where the president is today

? News: A look at what happened yesterday

? Social media: What Trump has been tweeting


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.

The Big Picture

Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff

Young lives lost

The morning after a 16-year-old was fatally shot on the streets of Dorchester, Globe staff photographer Pat Greenhouse started documenting the destruction of three young lives.

Ground Game

// Democrats are lost right now. The DNC chairman?s race isn?t helping.

For the first time in a dozen years, there is an open race to run the Democratic Party. And unlike previous races for the influential gig, there?s not a clear front-runner.

Design New England

Design New England

// A Gardener?s Garden

The lush landscape around Andrew Grossman?s home and studio is a showcase of possibilities.