The Trump administration

Trump says ?dishonesty? from press is ?out of control?

President Trump, revealing an unusually high degree of sensitivity to news coverage for a White House occupant, excoriated the media Thursday.

// A reporter called out President Trump on his faulty electoral college math

During his press conference, Trump stated that his electoral college win was the biggest since President Ronald Reagan.

// Trump asked a black reporter to set up a meeting with black caucus

?Are they friends of yours?? President Trump asked White House correspondent April D. Ryan.

Wellesley student Margaret Justus took in the empty spaces at the Davis Museum, which stripped art by immigrants.
Modelo?s Market Cafe in Somerville was one of many spots that closed for the Day Without Immigrants.

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A day without immigrant workers would look something like this

One stretch of Chelsea featured 15 closed stores, while several restaurants gave their blessing for workers to strike.

// Trump?s pick to replace Flynn turns down offer

One factor in Robert Harward?s decision was he couldn?t get a guarantee that he could select his own staff, according to one source.

//[1].jpg In a show of defiance, EPA workers fight to stop Pruitt?s confirmation

Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency have been calling their senators to urge them to vote against the confirmation of Scott Pruitt.

Eugenia Kaledin viewed her former husband?s books at Barrow Book Store in Concord.

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These books were beloved. But what happens after their owner dies?

As one family?s emotional quest shows, people are facing a difficult and exhausting time finding new homes for beloved book collections.

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// Bermuda?s ex-premier calls claims Lahey bribed him a ?litany of lies?

Dr. Ewart Brown denounced a government lawsuit as politically motivated.

// John Kerry heads back to Yale to oversee global initiative named for him

Kerry will oversee a new initiative aimed at grappling with some of the world?s most pressing problems from terrorism to climate change.


// In Natick, an encounter that saved a life

It was just one random encounter in the thousands that Dylan Punch will have as a police officer, and the outcome could have been entirely different.


// Darrelle Revis faces multiple charges following altercation

The former Patriots cornerback reportedly was involved in an argument that left two men unconscious on the street.

// Seaport plan scales back arts facility

The original Seaport Square envisioned a giant theater. The new owners say smaller arts spaces are more in demand.

// YouTube star?s anti-Semitic posts a wake-up call for parents

If pop culture has taught us anything, it?s that 50 million fans can?t be wrong. Except when they are.

Comedian Louis C.K. is at the Boch Center?s Wang Theatre on Friday.

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The Weekender: Big laughs, little trinkets, and starry shows

The Globe?s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.


// Steward makes first out-of-state acquisition

Steward Health Care System agreed to buy eight hospitals in three states from Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems Inc.


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// Trump Today: Trump announces new pick for Labor secretary

President Trump?s original nominee withdrew from contention Wednesday.

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// The American people deserve answers on Trump?s Russia connection

Here?s what we know so far ? and more importantly, what we don?t know.

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?