The battle over health care

House narrowly approves bill to replace Obamacare

The House approved a GOP bill erasing much of Obama?s health care law, answering a campaign pledge and sending the measure to the Senate.

// Democrats sing ?hey, hey, hey, goodbye? after GOP health plan passes

After the vote, some House Democrats waved farewell to their GOP colleagues and then started singing, ?Na na na na, hey, hey, hey, goodbye.?

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts in April.

Elizabeth Warren on GOP health bill: ?People will die?

The senator was blunt in her condemnation of the GOP health care bill passed by the House Thursday, saying that ?people will die? as a result of the measure.

// Roll call: Who voted for the GOP health bill?

The 217-213 roll call Thursday by which the House passed the Republican bill to repeal major parts of Democrat Barack Obama?s health care law.


Some meal delivery services have a la carte options; others come in plans that include a set number of meals per week.

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Thinking out of the box about meal delivery services

Is subscribing to a meal service an economic error? Not necessarily. For three types of people, a meal box subscription could make sense.

// Happy Gringo de Mayo. I?ll have a burrito, please.

Cinco de Mayo may not be a big deal in Mexico, but don't let your obnoxious foodie friend tell you burritos aren?t ?authentic."


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You probably couldn?t keep up with Queen Elizabeth II

While her husband retires from public life, Queen Elizabeth II maintains quite a busy schedule.


// LePage administration paid more than $358,000 for private lawyers

Records reviewed by The Associated Press show Republican Gov. Paul LePage?s administration has paid more than $385,000 to two private law firms since 2014.

// Site of Pulse nightclub massacre to become a memorial and museum

??What began as a place for fun and joy is now sacred ground,?? Pulse owner Barbara Poma said.


Zoe Saldana as Gamora in ?Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.?


The Weekender: Goofy ?Guardians,? greaser goddesses, and a Boss bassist

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

Aaron Hernandez

Former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez at Bristol County Superior Court in April.

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New details on Aaron Hernandez?s death released in police report

Hernandez had no drugs in his system when he killed himself in his prison cell on April 19, according to the police report.

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// What will the GOP?s health care bill actually do?

The measure still includes the same long-term cuts to Medicaid, higher premiums for older Americans, and smaller subsidies to help people afford individual insurance.



// The GOP?s punitive, cruel new health care bill

It?s rare you see a political party openly commit political suicide, but that is what?s happening.


// Three ways of doing business with Trump

Charlie Baker, Ed Markey, and Elizabeth Warren have three very different ways of doing business with the president.


?I just knew it was going to be bad?: Worker recalls Billerica crash

Kat Stewart can still hear the whir of the engine, still running after the Jeep had crashed through the cinderblock wall at the Lynnway Auto Auction.

// Milford woman arrested in crash that killed 4-year-old boy

A 54-year-old Milford woman has been arrested in a hit-and-run crash that killed a 4-year old Framingham boy, authorities said.


// Joe Shortsleeve to run as Democrat in special election

Shortsleeve, who voted for Donald Trump, says he is now ?deeply disappointed? in the Republican president.

Red Sox

// Red Sox righty Steven Wright done for the season

The knuckleballer will undergo a cartilage restoration procedure in his left knee Monday.

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The powerful role food played in building a community

Social science recently released new findings about how food affects our feelings toward others. And one village proves just how big a role it can play in bringing people together.

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Trump Today

// Will the president offer a mea culpa to Australian PM?

President Donald Trump got off to a rocky start with Malcolm Turnbull.

Opinion & Ideas


// Relieving the parking woes at Logan

The parking freeze is outdated, but Massport should move on from it in a way that serves the whole community best.

Special reports

Summer of ?67

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn?t immune. But something was happening here.


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Address: Spring House Hunt

// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// 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.


// As health care bill heads to Senate, 7 winners and losers

The House voted Thursday to repeal major elements of the Affordable Care Act.

Real Estate

Open house: Stand-alone Cambridge condo with roof deck, music studio

If you have a musician in the family (who maybe makes a lot of noise), this stand-alone Cambridge condo could be for you. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 2,207-square-foot Inman Square home comes with a renovated basement that includes a multi-room music studio. The property, 1456 Cambridge St., is listed for $1,325,000.