Landlords not welcoming to transgender renters

Transgender people frequently encounter discrimination while apartment hunting, researchers found, despite the state law against such treatment.

// Climate regulations targeted by Trump?s latest order

The president will suspend, rescind, or flag for review more than a half-dozen measures.


// Lynn police seeking leads in delivery driver?s slaying

A 24-year-old Salem man was shot several times Monday night while sitting in his car, police said.

 Dr. Lauren Zeitels and Dr. Victor Fedorov were ?rising young stars? at Massachusetts General Hospital.


Avalanche victims were ?rising young stars? at MGH

?It was just the wrong place at the wrong time,? said the mother of one of the victims. ?It was just as simple as that.?

Some question whether the use of the civil service exam hurts minority recruitment.

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Boston police challenged in adding minorities to the force

A state law that puts a preference on veterans makes efforts toward diversity difficult.

// Wave of civilian deaths hangs over deepening US role in ISIS fight

As the fighting in Mosul, Iraq, has grown more urgent, civilian deaths are mounting.

// A big price tag on providing hope to kids with a rare disease

Spinraza can treat children with spinal muscular atrophy, but insurers are balking at paying $750,000.

The Trump administration

// Trump on health care: ?Do not worry, we are in very good shape!?

President Trump took to Twitter to air grievances against the GOP health care bill?s failure and the investigation into his campaign?s ties to Russia.

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From left: Mark Saunders, Ken MacDonald, David Wenstrom, and Louise MacDonald of Newton Presbyterian Church, which is at odds with a breakaway evangelical denomination.

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Newton congregation has a message: We want our church back

Some members at Newton Presbyterian Church thought their denomination was drifting away from fundamental tenets ? so they defected.

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// Get ready: ?Hamilton? is heading to Boston

?Hamilton?? will come to Boston in September 2018 and run for a full two months ? much longer than customary for touring shows.


Does having children help you live past 80?

The longevity bonus from parenthood is real and likely due to social factors that become more important the older you get.


// Pretending we have equal coverage for mental and physical illnesses is a joke

We remain a doubting Thomas society, reluctant to accept the truth of something we can?t see, something we can?t measure with metrics.

// Tom Brady isn?t quitting any time soon, Robert Kraft says

Kraft said Brady, who turns 40 in August, wants to play for ?six, seven more years.?

Rod MacDonald, chef de cuisine at Lone Star Taco Bar in Cambridge, played bass in a hardcore band in Worcester.

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What is the connection between hardcore music and Boston?s best kitchens?

The kids who grew up going to Black Flag and Cro-Mags shows now prepare some of the city?s finest food.

DJ Carnage and Rob Gronkowski entertain the crowd at Hyde Beach at SLS South Beach.


Can Gronk party with his shirt on?

Maybe not. The Patriots tight end was topless (again) at a Miami Music Week party.

Beth Teitell

// There are plenty of reasons to refuse a passenger. Leggings shouldn?t be one

Rather than be shamed by United Airlines and others, Americans in leggings should be accommodated.


// CEO?s promotion of ?breakthrough? cancer therapy raises questions

Where the ordinary viewer might see an inspirational story, drug industry experts saw a likely violation of federal regulations by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong.

Cavaliers forward LeBron James (center) was held up by Spurs guard Tony Parker (left) in the first half.


Celtics take first place in the East after Cavaliers lose

The Celtics now hold a half-game edge over Cleveland, with the teams meeting April 5 at the Garden.

// Steve Vaillancourt, colorful N.H. politician, dies at 65

Vaillancourt found a way to put himself into the political debate and was known for his sometimes provocative remarks.

Munch Madness

// Welcome to the Round of 8

We?re nearing the end of the tournament. Cast your vote today and see who makes it to the semifinals.

Opinion & Ideas


// Sorting out the UMass Boston mess

The public deserves to know the full story behind a projected $30 million deficit.


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

Special reports

Special report | Part 1

// Fleeing Syria for Trump?s America

The trip was over for these refugees. They had found a new home in Mass. But uncertainty lay ahead: Tomorrow, Donald Trump would be sworn in.


// 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.


// Trump supporters blame anyone but president for bill?s failure

They blame the establishment. They blame the Democrats. They blame the media.