NBA Playoffs: Celtics 111, Cavaliers 108

Celtics 111, Cavaliers 108

Avery Bradley?s 3-pointer finishes off a stunning comeback for Celtics

Avery Bradley (right) had the look of a stone-cold assassin after hitting his game-winning 3-pointer. Al Horford couldn?t contain his excitement.

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The Celtics were down 21 points before rallying to get a win in Game 3.


// A comeback fueled by (Celtic) pride

This is the way you want your team to rally from a massive deficit.

The Trump presidency

// Trump softens tone on Islam but calls for purge of ?foot soldiers of evil?

President Trump on Sunday pivoted away from his strident assessment of Islam as a religion of hatred.

// In Saudi visit, Trump offers contradictions from campaign

Now that he?s president, Donald Trump has changed his tune.

Commerce secretary appears to fall asleep during Trump?s speech

Talk about a power nap.

Maria Gomes and her son, Dasani Silva, a Trotter School fifth-grader.

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Diversity gap at Boston Latin proving stubborn

The graduating class of 2023 is expected to look very much like the student body does now.


Eduardo Rodriguez picked up the Red Sox bullpen with eight strong innings Sunday afternoon in Oakland.


Eduardo Rodriguez comes through when Red Sox need him

Just when the Red Sox needed a win and some rest for the bullpen, Rodriguez delivered an eight-inning performance.

// Photos from the 2017 Billboard Awards

This year?s Billboard Awards were held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.


// Adam Sandler earns raves at Cannes

The actor is the toast of the Cannes Film Festival. Yes, you read that right.

// On ?SNL,? The Rock and Tom Hanks joked about a 2020 White House bid

Actor Dwayne ??The Rock?? Johnson, who was hosting the show for a fifth time, made a dramatic announcement in his opening monologue.

Mya Cook, left, and her sister Deanna Cook, right, attend Mystic Valley Regional Charter School and said they were punished for their hair style.

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Trustees of Malden school suspend controversial hair policy

The board of trustees of a Malden charter school unanimously voted to suspend a policy that punished students for wearing hair braid extensions.

// T pension fund needs $1 billion, report says

The MBTA Retirement Fund will need $1 billion in additional taxpayer funding over the next 18 years, according to a report.

A developer wants to build 2,100 high-end apartments on the 28-acre site and use the proceeds to create 1,100 new homes for the poor.

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In Charlestown, a clash over a public housing project

Officials are facing stiff pushback against their experimental approach to redevelop one of the city?s biggest public housing projects.

// Facebook CEO, wife celebrate 5th anniversary with Maine hike

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have spent a day hiking around Mount Katahdin in Maine.

// Startling video shows sea lion snatching girl from pier

A college student has startling video of a sea lion snatching a girl off a dock and yanking her into the water on Canada?s West Coast.

// State has yet to enforce mercury pollution law

More than a decade after Mass. lawmakers passed sweeping legislation, state regulators have failed to enforce this law.

// The last refugee: Threads of a new life in America

After escaping Syria, all Abdulkader wanted was to work. That wasn?t enough to get a job in America.

// Young men falling to the bottom of the income ladder

Despite the fact that men aged 25 to 34 are better educated than they were four decades ago, their median income has fallen.

Former Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz adjusted his cap during Boston University Commencement, where he was awarded an honorary degree.

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Big Papi receives honorary degree at BU commencement

Along Commonwealth Avenue, people donned No. 34 jerseys ? Ortiz?s number? among the sea of red graduation gowns.

// Oprah Winfrey tells grads to seek fulfillment in service

Winfrey told Smith College students to seek fulfillment by serving others and live with intention during the school?s commencement.

// Insurers pitch extra coverage for Uber and Lyft drivers

Insurance companies know many drivers work for Uber and Lyft on the down-low.

Opinion & Ideas

Ideas | Cathy Young

// Face it: Pets aren?t people

I love animals, but there?s a moral difference between them and human beings.

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.


// Is sunscreen more protective than a beach umbrella?

Sunscreen protects against sunburn better than beach umbrellas, says a recent study, but that?s not the whole story.