NBA Playoffs: Celtics 111, Cavaliers 108

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

Bradley?s shot rattled through the net with 0.1 seconds left, completing the Celtics? rally from a 21-point hole.

LeBron James (left) and Iman Shumpert of the Cavaliers weren?t too excited after the final buzzer went off. Celtics forward Jae Crowder, however, was.

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A comeback fueled by (Celtic) pride

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


// Demoralized and without their star, Celtics do the improbable

After two brutal games in Boston and a rough start to Game 3, dignity was restored.

The Trump presidency

President Trump and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, shown during a meeting in the Oval Office earlier this month, will meet again during Trump?s overseas trip.

No rest for President Trump as he arrives in Israel

Trump, who has arrived in Tel Aviv, will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and visit important holy sites.

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. Dasani is among the students of color who are being encouraged to consider Boston Latin School.

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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.

Adrian Walker

// ABCD?s ?Field of Dreams? fuses social activism and summer fun

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the event has raised nearly $5 million to fund thousands of summer jobs for needy youth.

// 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.

// Scouts are honoring Islamic tradition

The state?s largest Boy Scout council is seeing an increasing interest from Muslims, and the organization is excited for it.


// Report claims MBTA?s pension fund is $1 billion short

Benefits paid to retirees over the past 10 years have exceeded money coming in from the transit authority and worker contributions.

Billy Exavier sat in a math class at Charlestown Adult Education, where he is taking classes to get his GED. Exavier, a security guard, hopes to become a police officer.

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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.

// 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.

// Insurers pitch extra coverage for Uber and Lyft drivers

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


// Mark Zuckerberg, wife celebrate 5th anniversary with Maine hike

The Facebook CEO and Priscilla Chan spent a day at Mount Katahdin.


// Adam Sandler earns raves at Cannes

Yes, you read that right.

// A big honor for Big Papi at BU

The retired Red Sox slugger received an honorary degree from the university.

// Jury selection begins today for Bill Cosby trial

The jury must decide if the comedian drugged and molested a woman at his Pennsylvania home in 2004.


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.

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Opinion | Graham Allison

// America second? Yes, and China?s lead is only growing

Everyone knows about China?s rise, but few have realized its magnitude or its consequences.

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// 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.