Can Boston learn from New Haven?s school overhaul?

New Haven officials decided one of the best paths to revitalizing their city rested in shiny new school buildings.

Jessica Tang has been elected the Boston Teachers Union?s new president.

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As teachers? union head, Jessica Tang quietly makes history

Soft-spoken yet fiery, Tang vows to fight for equity and respect for the members of one of the city?s most significant labor groups. 

// D.C., Maryland attorneys general to sue Trump

The legal officials say the president has violated anticorruption clauses in the Constitution since taking office.

// A year after nightclub massacre, Orlando will remember victims

Forty-nine people were killed June 12, 2016, when a gunman attacked a gay nightclub in the Florida city.

// Delta Dental wants to lower reimbursements. Dentists aren?t thrilled.

Dentists say the company should be looking elsewhere for savings ? specifically, at executives? pay.

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?I?m not ready to be a fully retired person?

As people live longer and remain healthier, many of them are staying in the workforce far beyond traditional retirement age.

// A ?purple, little tiny bruise? turned out to be a big deal

A 5-year-old Mendon girl is recovering after a black widow spider bit her leg.

Here?s how to recognize the symptoms of a heat-related illness

An MGH doctor gave us a run-down on the symptoms, treatment, and prevention of heat-related illnesses, including heat stroke.

The Trump presidency

// A liberal power lawyer represents the Trump family. Things are getting ugly

Jamie Gorelick, one of the first women to join an elite club of lawyer-fixers, finds herself under attack for taking on the Trump family?s legal woes.

Traffic in Charlestown?s Sullivan Square has long been an issue.

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With Wynn?s casino rising nearby, city has plans for Sullivan Square

One of Boston?s busiest intersections, legendary for its chaotic traffic patterns, is getting a makeover.


// Red Sox fall to Tigers

Justin Upton?s grand slam in the fifth inning helped Detroit salvage the final game of the weekend series at Fenway Park.

// John Oliver on James Comey?s testimony: ?Trump?s lies are never plain and simple?

The late-night host reveled in the former FBI director?s appearance last week before a Senate panel.

// Companies won?t sponsor play over Trump killing scene

Delta Air Lines and Bank of America are among those pulling out of a Manhattan-based theater company?s production of ?Julius Caesar.?

// Onstage ? and in life ? an actress explores her racial identity

Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni grew up in Cambridge. Now she is part of the city?s celebration of a 1967 US Supreme Court ruling that overturned laws forbidding interracial marriage.

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I?m pulling for the Cavaliers, and for good reason

I don?t want the series to end.

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?Dear Evan Hansen,? ?Oslo? are top winners at the Tonys

With no juggernaut in the competition, awards were handed out to an eclectic variety of productions.

// Could old track, revived to test Red Line cars, be part of Seaport?s transit future, too?

The T will again use what?s known as Track 61, but without any plans to add passenger service into the now-bustling Seaport.

// A mysterious ailment is killing birds on Cape Cod

Since April, the plunge-diving northern gannets have been washing up dead or dying along the South Shore and Cape Cod.


// In personalized cancer therapy, speed and efficiency will be key

Developers of personalized CAR-T cancer treatments face a new challenge: Proving they can manufacture them quickly and efficiently.

// How a backpack of socket adapters caused a massive security response

A passenger?s suspicions led to an emergency landing, passengers arrested, an airport shut down, and luggage blown up by a bomb squad.

//[1].jpg For Arbour hospitals, it?s one problem after another

Arbour Health System hospitals, which serve about 16,000 patients annually, were cited again and again in state documents reviewed by the Globe.


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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.


// ?Part of the new reality?: Despite confusion, Zika warnings are here to stay

Public health authorities are grappling with how to get the message about the risk the virus poses out to pregnant women.

Real Estate

An exclusive sneak peek at the South End Garden Tour

The Trustees of Reservations will hold its 24th annual South End Garden Tour on Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Artists will be painting in the gardens this year and will sell their works at the reception after the tour.