Trump's immigration order

Seattle judge halts Trump?s travel ban nationwide

The White House vowed Friday night to fight the ruling, initially issuing a statement that called it an ?outrageous order.?

FILE-- Vincent Viola, a billionaire businessman and President Donald Trump?s pick for secretary of the Army, arrives for a meeting at Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York, Dec. 16, 2016. Viola has been negotiating to swap his airline interest for a stake in a charter company with millions of dollars in government contracts. While Viola?s reasons for seeking a sale of Eastern Air Lines are not known, such a transaction would certainly reduce his exposure to the airline industry, which is heavily regulated by the federal government. (Kevin Hagen/The New York Times)

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Billionaire Vincent Viola to withdraw as Secretary of Army nominee

Distancing himself from his business ties proved too difficult, according to sources.

President Trump

// Trump takes aim at Dodd-Frank

Senator Elizabeth Warren and some consumer groups have launched their first salvos, an indication of the drawn-out battle that is likely to follow.

// US imposes new Iran sanctions

The Trump administration hit 13 people and a dozen companies with the sanctions, which are in response to Iran?s recent ballistic missile test.


// Suffolk probate register is suspended

The suspension of Felix D. Arroyo, who called the action ?unwarranted,? throws more light on a trouble-plagued office.

// Shots fired at South Shore Plaza in Braintree

Two people were involved in an altercation but no one was hit by gunfire, according to police.

Lowell, MA- February 03, 2017: Sarah, 7, tries a slice of pizza at the family's new home in Lowell, MA on February 03, 2017. Members of the International Institute of New England - Lowell greeted the Congolese family of seven, at the Manchester?Boston Regional Airport and escorted them to their new home. The family is originally from the Democratic Republic of the Congo but spent time in Uganda before coming to the United States. (Refugee organizations managed to get one last batch of refugees into the US by arguing that they were already

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A whole new world for refugee family resettling in N.E.

After Trump?s executive order last week barred new refugees for 120 days, the family worried whether this day would ever happen.


// The perfect pet, from the Internet

The recently launched How I Met My Dog is like a canine version of the human dating service eHarmony.

Which other Michael found Michael Jackson so compelling that he walked out on his coach?s halftime speech to watch the show?

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Chad Finn

Untold stories from Super Bowls past . . .

Everyone knows the scores and stats, but the things that go on behind the scenes are far more amusing.

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//[1].jpg Julian Edelman grows up

Early in his career, a seventh-round pick who wasn?t expected to last in the NFL, Julian Edelman wasn?t so scrupulous about his image. Those days are over.

Alex Speier

// Tom Brady?s intensity at practice really rubs off on Patriots

Who says the Patriots defense hasn?t faced an elite offense? They do in practice every day.


// The MFA threw a little shade at an Atlanta museum

Art museums may be places of high culture, but that doesn?t mean they can?t occasionally dip into bouts of trash-talking.

// $100 million gift set to transform Colby College Museum of Art

The gift to the Maine museum includes nearly 1,150 artworks and funds to establish the Lunder Institute for American Art.

Cambridge MA 2/3/17 Ryan Reynolds after receiving the Hasty Pudding Award gives it a kiss at Farkas Hall. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: reporter:

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Ryan Reynolds: Hasty Pudding 2017 Man of the Year

Fresh from a Golden Globe nomination for his record-breaking film ?Deadpool,? Reynolds collected the coveted pudding pot at Farkas Hall.


// How?s this for a sweetheart deal?

Whether you?re looking to paint the town red or just stay in bed, we?ve found some hot spots and sweet deals for Valentine?s Day in New England.

// Cold and hungry? Miami?s dining scene is sizzling.

With all the new restaurants debuting in Miami this winter, foodies are sure to find something to please their palettes.

Check in

// A Key escape with a different point of view

Ocean?s Edge is a new hotel and Marina in the Florida Keys located on Stock Island.


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Trump Today

// Trump Today: Rolling back the post-2008 financial regulations

President Trump ordered a review of the Dodd-Frank law, which was passed in the wake of the Great Recession.

? Schedule: Where the president is today

? News: A look at what happened yesterday

? Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas


// King Robert (DeLeo) and the Beacon Hill Pay Heist

It had been an exhausting three weeks for King Robert the Conniver.

Special reports


// How the backlash against Trump?s travel ban unfolded

On Friday, President Trump issued his immigration order. By the weekend, protests rocked cities around the nation.

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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Refugee family settles in New England

One of the last refugee families to be resettled in New England arrived in Manchester, N.H., on Thursday.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// Politically, Donald Trump is good for Elizabeth Warren

Until a few months ago, US Senator Elizabeth Warren might have expected her 2018 re-election campaign to unfold differently.

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.