The Trump administration

Trump calls ruling ?unprecedented judicial overreach?

President Trump?s comments came after his revised travel ban was put on hold by a federal judge in Hawaii just hours before it was to take effect. During a rally in Nashville about an hour after the ruling came down, President Trump slammed the decision, calling it an ?unprecedented judicial overreach.?

President Donald Trump spoke during a rally in Nashville on Wednesday, shortly after a judge in Hawaii put Trump?s revised travel ban on hold.

Evan Vucci/AP

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Trump?s latest travel ban was put on hold. What happens next?

This was the administration?s second attempt to impose restrictions ? and many of the revisions were specifically designed to pass legal muster.

Perspective | Magazine

// Trump?s travel ban wouldn?t work anyway. But this would.

If the president truly wants to make America safer, he should target actual dangerous criminals.

House Speaker Paul Ryan.

Ryan says GOP will change health care bill

House Speaker Paul Ryan said his health care proposal must change to pass the House, marking a significant retreat from his earlier position.

// Dutch PM Rutte claims win over ?wrong kind of populism?

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte claimed a dominating parliamentary election victory over anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders.


A rendering of the plans for the former Boston Flower Exchange in the South End.

The Abbey Group

New owners of Flower Exchange unveil their plan for the site

The Abbey Group envisions four lab and office buildings built around a 1-acre public plaza lined with restaurants, shops, and a cultural center.

//[1] Deal reached to keep Citgo sign in Kenmore Square

The Citgo sign will remain atop its longtime home in Kenmore Square after the petroleum company reached a deal with its new landlord Wednesday.

Sponsored by Sunday River

Which New England state has gotten the most snow this winter?

After a blustery February and a March that still has some snow up its sleeve, one state is taking the snowfall to new heights preparing for a spring ski season.

This content was produced by Boston Globe Media in collaboration with the advertiser. The news and editorial departments of The Boston Globe had no role in its production or display.


A man carried shovels down Commonwealth Avenue in Boston on Tuesday.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Eric Fisher | On Weather

These are the two tracks this weekend?s storm could follow

If you?re ready for springtime weather, prepare to wait a little bit longer. There?s a chance we?re going to get more snow this weekend.

Support real journalism. Subscribe to The Boston Globe.
In this October 2016 photo provided by ARC Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, a scientist measures coral mortality following bleaching on the northern Great Barrier Reef, Austrlia. Reducing pollution and curbing overfishing won?t prevent the severe bleaching that is killing coral at catastrophic rates, according to a study of Australia?s Great Barrier Reef. In the end, researchers said, the only way to save the world?s coral from heat-induced bleaching is with a war on global warming. (Tane Sinclair-Taylor/ARC Center of Excellence via AP)

The only way to save coral reefs? A war on global warming.

Reducing pollution and curbing overfishing won?t prevent the severe bleaching that is killing coral at catastrophic rates, according to a study.


// Why are climate-change models so flawed? Because climate science is so incomplete

The EPA?s new director got it right: We don?t yet know ?with precision? what drives climate change.


Everard Bentley prepared to cut Tito Jackson?s hair. Top Notch?s owner, Cleon James, said he and others helped clear crime from the neighborhood but now fear they may be priced out. 
Tito Jackson (left) did a quick workout at the behest of barber Cleon James, owner of Top Notch barbershop.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Jackson faces uphill campaign to unseat Walsh

Tito Jackson is the underdog in his bid to unseat Mayor Marty Walsh; no challenger has beaten a sitting mayor in Boston since 1949.

16commuterrail - July 15, 2006. Riders board the weekend Metro Train in San Clemente. The train is bound for the inland empire. Expanded weekend service for Metrolink started today with riders leaving from the Riverside area to the beach at San Clemente. (Glenn Koenig/Los Angeles Times)

MBTA, take note: No other major commuter rail closes for whole weekend

The MBTA?s proposal to eliminate commuter rail service on weekends would make it unique among the 10 busiest systems in the country.

Yvonne Abraham

// The help of the Irish

The federal government doesn?t have a monopoly on small-mindedness. Which brings us back to the troublesome St. Patrick?s Day parade.

// Pair from Boston presumed dead after disappearing while snowshoeing

First responders in Canada looking for the pair found signs of a recent avalanche.


Christoper L. Gasper

// Patriots sending wrong message in Malcolm Butler case

If feels as if Butler is going to head out the door like Chandler Jones and Jamie Collins did.

Chad Finn

// This would be a good time for Patriots to stand pat

After a flurry of moves that included bringing back Dont?a Hightower, there?s one deal looming that New England shouldn?t make.

Munch Madness

// What are your favorite Boston-area restaurants?

Vote in our March Madness- style bracket to pick the most universally loved local place to eat.

Trump Today

// Trump Today: Tweeting about his taxes

?Does anybody really believe that a reporter, who nobody ever heard of, ?went to his mailbox? and found my tax returns?? Trump tweeted today. ?FAKE NEWS!?

? Schedule: Where the president is today

? News: A look at what happened yesterday

? Social media: What Trump has been tweeting

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Stephen Kinzer

// The joy of benevolent dictatorship

No single political system suits all countries. In Oman, enlightened absolute monarchy works.


//$medium.jpeg Address: The week in real estate

Our weekly digest on buying, selling, and design, with expert advice and insider neighborhood knowledge.

Special reports


// Star surgeon is scrutinized on concurrent procedures

New York authorities are probing how a famed prostate specialist manages his vast patient load.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// Saving Sigmund: Psychoanalysts fight to make their profession relevant

Freudian psychoanalysis is often viewed as too old school to fit into modern care. Analysts are trying to change that.