NBA Draft Lottery

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Danny Ainge was happy after Tuesday's NBA Draft Lottery.

Celtics awarded first overall pick in 2017 NBA Draft

Danny Ainge said he is anticipating interest from other teams to try to make a deal with Boston.

Kansas guard Josh Jackson watches his team warm up before an NCAA college basketball game against TCU in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 tournament in Kansas City, Mo., Thursday, March 9, 2017. Jackson is serving a one-game suspension. TCU won 85-82. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

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Scouting the top players available

Josh Jackson, Lonzo Ball, or Markelle Fultz could soon be donning the green.


// Battles over housing, development, and jobs? It?s Somerville, of course.

How much affordable housing should governments require of developers without scaring them off?

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// Boston can be an unwelcoming place to do business. Here?s how to change that

Massport may be setting the pace, but the agency can?t be the only one walking the walk on diversity.

Pawtucket, R.I.-04/28/2017- Larry Lucchino is trying to find a new home for the Pawtucket Red Sox, as millions of dollars has to be spent to improve the old McCoy Stadium where they currently play. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff (business)

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Larry Lucchino looks to Pawtucket for his latest legacy

Baseball?s most well-known ballpark builder believes he has one more big project left to accomplish.


// It was the perfect spot for a ferry-tale wedding

Doug MacElhiney and Jennifer McGill have grown to love the trip from Hull to Boston so much that they got married on the boat.


// For nearly 50 years, he kept 30 Federal St. running

Ron Chevalier is loaded with stories of his long working life on Post Office Square.

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// A bumpy ride for Uber drivers

Josias Previlon lost his driver?s license, briefly, seven years ago. He didn?t expect that to end his career as an Uber driver. But at least for now, it has.

A commuter waiting for a train at the Harvard Square Red Line station recently found two swastikas and the name of a neo-Nazi website scrawled on a bench at the station.

Hate rides the rails, and the roads

Hateful messages have become common companions for commuters, on benches, bus seats, and scribbled over subway signs.

// Taunton woman arrested on drunk driving charges was carrying a lizard in her bra

The lizard ?faces no charges at this time,? police wrote in a Facebook post that had some fun at the woman?s expense.

The Trump presidency


?The country is being tested in unprecedented ways?

Reports of President Trump asking former FBI director James Comey to end the Mike Flynn probe came after news of an intelligence leak.

// Yates sees ?serious questions? in timing of Comey?s firing

She spoke to CNN Tuesday, her first television interview since she was fired as acting attorney general.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., is surrounded by reporters looking for a reaction on President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian officials, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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As Russia allegations mount, is this the final straw for the GOP?

?I?d like to have less drama,? said Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, who says he still has confidence in the president.


// Behold, the smoking gun?

This is too important for any part of Washington to ignore.

// ?The good news? Trump found the leaker?: Colbert again rips Trump

It comes days after the president called the late-night TV host ??a no-talent guy? who tells ?filthy? jokes.

White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway.


Kellyanne Conway responds to claim she?s in it ?for the money?

??Morning Joe?? hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski said Conway told them she secretly disliked working for Donald Trump.


// Former inmate wants ?decent money? for Aaron Hernandez?s note

?They are trying to mess with me but I?ll never fold,? the former Patriots star purportedly wrote.


Sam Harden (left) and James Grimes run Better Bagels pop-ups.

Doughnut vs. bagel: a hole different game

They share similar DNA. But their business models are vastly different, according to Boston-area entrepreneurs.

Opinion & Ideas


// In free societies, monuments to tyranny have no place

From New Orleans to Poland, monuments to brutal oppressors are belatedly being removed.

Special reports

// Finding Lisa: A story of murders, mysteries, loss, and, incredibly, new life

Her father was not who he said he was. He had secrets, secrets that Lisa would uncover, years later, when she set out to answer the question that burned in her: Who am I?


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// 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.


// After four years, a geneticist unravels a boy?s illness in a few hours

A genetic test and a doctor?s online sleuthing solved a mystery that had gone unsolved since the boy?s birth.