Snow won?t let up until Monday afternoon

A shovel was ready for the next round of snow in Milton.

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Up to 7 inches of snow could fall by midday Monday in Boston, while communities north of the city could see more than a foot.

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Chicldren went sledding on a Boston Common hill on Sunday.

List of school closings amid snowstorm

From Boston to Worcester, here?s a look at some of the public schools that have announced closures for Monday.

2017 Grammy Awards

Beyonce performs at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)

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From Beyoncé to Adele, the personal and political meet at the Grammys

At the Grammy Awards, pop music did what pop music does best ? it struggled through a very messy and very public identity crisis.

// Adele flubs at the Grammys, but starts over and tries again

For the second year in a row at the Grammys, Adele flubbed. This year, though, she stopped the show and started over.

// Katy Perry shows solidarity with Elizabeth Warren in Grammys performance

The singer hasn?t been shy about making political statements in the past ? and she did nothing to change that during this year?s Grammys.

Trump administration

// Trump?s plan to revive US steel industry faces barriers

It?s another example of facts and details getting in the way of the president?s original wishes.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Why Trump will struggle to add manufacturing jobs

Even if the administration manages to revitalize the sector, the rewards may not reach the working class.

// Senator says Trump?s mental health is questioned by GOP colleagues

A Democratic senator claims that ??a few?? of his GOP colleagues have expressed concern to him about President Trump?s mental health.

// Warren says senators wanted her to ?be silent?

The senator was silenced last week during debate over the nomination of Jeff Sessions to be attorney general.

Mary Charette looked through photographs of her daughter, Christine Lomas, who was killed in a fire at her house in Fall River last week.

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Beloved Fall River teacher dies in fire

?I?m sorry,? Mary Charette said, dropping her face into her hands. ?It?s just, I never thought life could be so hard.?

Adrian Walker

// Seeing the bright side of a shadow

The fight over Boston?s next skyscraper pits poor people against shadows.

// Rules to cut carbon emissions in Mass. may increase them in New England, critics say

Newly proposed rules could wind up boosting carbon emissions across New England, some environmental activists and the energy industry say.


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Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

// Trump and the Doomsday Clock

The worldwide fear that Donald Trump has put our very survival at risk is not merely loose talk or partisanship.

Special reports

// A life taken, but also a life lost

How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?


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?


//'s.jpg From Syria to Boston Children?s: A young girl?s medical odyssey

Jude Almkhlef?s family fled Syria before she could get surgery to help her walk. Watch their journey to the US.