Boston firm indicted in fatal trench collapse

Atlantic Drain Service Co. and its owner each face two counts of manslaughter related to the October deaths of two workers in a trench that flooded.

Trump administration

Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch (right) spoke with US Senator Richard Blumenthal.

Neil Gorsuch calls Trump?s attacks on judges ?disheartening?

Donald Trump?s Supreme Court nominee told a senator he found the president?s attacks on the judiciary ??disheartening?? and ??demoralizing.??

// Trump tweets that Nordstrom treated Ivanka ?so unfairly?

The tweet about a business run by his daughter could raise conflict of interest concerns.

// T.J. Maxx, Marshalls to stop promoting Ivanka Trump, but still sell her products

The company that owns both stores has told employees to move the First Daughter?s fashion brand from separate display racks to general merchandise racks.

Governor Charlie Baker (left) came to the defense of Senator Elizabeth Warren Wednesday, questioning GOP Senate leaders? decision to rebuke her during a debate over President Trump?s nominee for attorney general.

Charlie Baker sides with Elizabeth Warren

The Republican came to the defense of the Democratic senator, questioning GOP Senate leaders? decision to rebuke her.


// Nobody puts Elizabeth Warren in a corner

There?s something about Elizabeth Warren that really bothers people ? especially powerful men.


Tito Jackson proposed a legal defense fund for immigrants in Boston at Wednesday?s City Council meeting. Jackson announced his bid for mayor last month.

Tito Jackson proposes legal fund for immigrants

Councilor Tito Jackson, who is running for mayor, proposed Wednesday creating a city-sponsored defense fund to support legal challenges involving immigrants.

// Tufts Medical Center looks to identify child in 1914 photo

It?s been used for decades at the Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, featured in pamphlets, books, and marketing materials. But who is the child?


// Is day care impossible?

When the economy needs parents to work, should government help pay to take care of their kids?


//$large.jpg Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman and wife Erin Hurley to divorce

?Jeff and Erin have decided that it is best to move forward as friends,? a family spokesperson said.

A front end loader worked on a huge road salt pile in Boston.

John Tlumacki/Globe staff

Schools close as nor?easter barrels down on region

A snow emergency will take effect in Boston beginning at 10 a.m. tomorrow.

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Dave Epstein

//[1] Here?s how tomorrow?s snow storm will develop

The track of this storm will bring about a 12-hour window of snow and wind to much of southern New England.

// List of school closings ahead of Thursday?s snowstorm

As the region prepares for around a foot of snow to fall on Thursday, some schools are announcing closures.

Laura Reid, a Boston University student, holds onto the railing while crossing an icy Harvard Bridge on Wednesday.

Slipped on the ice this morning? You?re not alone

The patients at Brigham ran the full gamut of ages and injuries -- some patients even requiring surgery after their falls.

Emergency workers cleared an accident Wednesday on the Mass. Ave. Bridge in Boston.

55 vehicles involved in single crash on icy area roads

Separately, a man was killed in Needham while trying to help a stranded motorist.

// The second month has become first in snow

Snow piling up in February has become as routine as Tom Brady hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at this time of year.

// Dont?a Hightower says he will skip the White House visit

At least three members of the Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots have said they will not visit the White House.

// A Patriots fan died during the Super Bowl. Their comeback win helped her family mourn

Ever confident in her team, Marilyn Kasputys spent her final days under a fleece New England Patriots blanket.

Larry Wilmore hosted the event last year.

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Calls emerge for a boycott of the White House Correspondents? Association dinner

The dinner faced criticism in recent years, as it has become a celebrity event where journalists hobnob with the government officials they?re supposed to objectively cover.

// Beyoncé is being sued for sampling New Orleans culture in ?Lemonade?

The sister of a deceased New Orleans rapper has filed a lawsuit against Beyoncé seeking more than $20 million in back royalties and other damages.


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Trump Today

// Trump Today: Trump slams Nordstrom for dropping Ivanka?s brand

President Trump tweeted that his daughter, Ivanka, has been ?treated so unfairly.?

? Schedule: Where the president is today

? News: A look at what happened yesterday

? Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Leila Philip

// The beauty and power of becoming a US citizen

Only one emotion seemed to ripple through the crowd ? so much hope!

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 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?


// Do you have a social media compulsion?

It?s not a pathology ? our minds are wired in a way that lets digital technology sink its hooks into us.