Anger, resolve in New England after Trump?s climate decision

Governor Charlie Baker pledged Mass. would continue ?aggressively working to exceed the goals of the Paris agreement on the state level.?

// Markey calls Trump a ?reverse JFK? after Paris climate decision

Local politicians expressed their dismay over President Trump?s decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate agreement.

Opinion | Ernest J. Moniz

// Trump abdicates US leadership on climate change

History will judge him harshly.

Michael A. Cohen

// We?ll all be paying for Trump?s bad decision on the Paris accord

The inattention to climate change ? and hostility to environmental science ? will haunt America and the world for generations to come.


// Marty Walsh improves Boston?s civic climate

A cloud has lifted over Boston.


// The factory of the future is here, and it?s digitized

Local tech companies are part of a new industrial revolution.

// Five T union officials have triggered their pensions this year

With half the union?s executive board retired, there?s a wave of concern among rank and file workers about how their pensions will be safeguarded.

// Former Choate teacher now stands accused of misconduct with students at three schools

Frederic Lyman?s prep school teaching career spanned just six years, and four schools.

High-ranking court official swept up in prostitution sting

A high-ranking official in the state?s court system was among nine men swept up in an online prostitution sting Tuesday.

11-year-old among those arrested in Boston armed robberies

The 11-year-old was charged along with a 13-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy in connection with a series of robberies at knifepoint.

// 36 die from smoke in Philippine casino after gunman set fire

The gunman stuffed a backpack with casino chips before he fled but was found dead in an adjacent hotel of an apparent suicide.

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The forgotten riot that sparked Boston?s racial unrest

June 2, 1967, marks the day that Boston joined what some deem the period of ?Urban Riots,? a five-year span in the 1960s that touched nearly every major city in black American?s fight for civil rights.

// A dazzling and drenching Friday for Greater Boston

Friday?s weather will feature bright and sunny skies into the early afternoon - but then the rain returns.

// Please stop trying to steal the shark artwork in Chatham, artist says

Video posted to YouTube this week shows three women trying to make off with a shark cutout from the ?Sharks in the Park? exhibit.

// We sent our reporter to check out a new driving app. That was a mistake.

The Getaround app allows users to quickly rent other users? cars on an hourly basis, so obviously Dugan Arnett had to expand his vehicular horizons.

Dinner with Cupid

// Blind date: ?I felt awkward talking while she was eating?

Will this horse racing fan overcome that awkwardness and take the ultimate gamble?

 (053117 Boston, MA) Witness Michael Sprinsky gives testimony in the murder trial of Michael McCarthy at Suffolk Superior Court on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. McCarthy is charged in the 2015 death of 2-year-old Bella Bond, whose body washed up on a Boston Harbor island. (Nancy Lane/POOL)

?She didn?t seem to be too broken up,? friend says of Rachelle Bond

Jurors in the murder trial of Michael McCarthy return to court today where a former friend of McCarthy will return to the stand.

In the offseason, Bruce Cassidy coaches Little League, but he has bigger assignments on his agenda.

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Coaching Little League or Bruins, Bruce Cassidy feels right at home

With the security of an NHL head coaching job, he can live close to Boston as he plots his strategies.


// Rihanna throws shade at Kevin Durant

Rihanna was front and center at Game 1 of the NBA Finals Thursday night, and she made something of a spectacle of herself.

// Is Boston City Hall one of the 10 most beautiful in the US?

A contributor to the website Curbed has declared that it?s in the running.

Nestor Ramos

// How to save happy hour (and thousands of lives)

There are two conflicting desires near and dear to the liver of every devoted drinker.


// Jill Lepore?s son has some thoughts about ?Wonder Woman?

Jill Lepore, the Harvard historian and New Yorker staffer who wrote the 2014 book ?The Secret History of Wonder Woman,? brought her 12-year-old son to see the movie.


// The Weekender: Wonder Woman, Hedwig, and Jerry Garcia

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

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//[1].jpg More urgency needed to close Boston Latin?s diversity gap

The city is trying to improve racial diversity at Boston Latin School, but it?s keeping one hand tied behind its back.

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// Former top Mass. lawmaker often helped his business, family

Former House assistant majority leader Garrett Bradley had a pattern of taking actions that advanced his business and personal interests.


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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.


// A sub shop?s vending machine draws customers desperate to kick opioids

The herbal powder kratom, which users say can dull opioid cravings, is controversial but widely available ? including in a sub shop.