ICE courthouse arrests worry attorneys, prosecutors

In this photo from February and released by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement showed people being arrested during a targeted enforcement operation in California.


The aggressive tactics are part of a sweeping crackdown on undocumented immigrants by the Trump administration.

// National fervor over Trump swamps Georgia House race

From graphics designed in Boston to phone banks organized in Maryland, out-of-state attention floods a special election in suburban Atlanta.

How does T.J. Maxx sell for so little?

Most of us assume the owner of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls gets its fashions from department-store leftovers and store overruns. The reality is quite different.

Suspect shot, dies after State Police chase

An armed suspect suffered a gunshot injury and died after a nearly hour-long pursuit with state troopers ended when the suspect?s vehicle crashed Thursday.

// Pentagon to send more US forces to Afghanistan, report says

The deployment, intended to break a stalemate, will be the largest of American manpower under Donald Trump?s young presidency.

// At lawmaker ballgame, hopes for less partisan acrimony

Lawmakers throughout the day on Thursday struggled to point to tangible across-the-aisle measures that would emerge from proclaimations of accord.

// After shooting, some partisans apologize for rhetoric

Some, but not all, of America?s political combatants called for unity.

// Scalise has more surgery as authorities track shooter?s path

Still in critical condition and undergoing repeated surgery, GOP House Whip Steve Scalise ?will be in the hospital for some time,? officials said.

// Funeral set for Salem boy struck by train

Jaydon Dancy, a fifth-grader at Carlton Innovation School, was struck and killed by a commuter rail train last Friday.

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The biggest job in education is open. Who?ll fill it?

Harvard can have its pick of candidates for president, executive search consultants and education experts say.

// Golden doodles, whoodles, and giant schnoodles ? oh my!

Poodles are being mixed with every breed imaginable. Everyone loves their Goldendoodles and Labradoodles ? except purebred poodle breeders.

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// She saw something that wasn?t right, and she made it her business

Sasha Hearn saw three kids in trouble and made it her business to intervene.


// These startups want to save you a trip to the drugstore

Companies like PillPack and ZappRx are out to remake the pharmacy business.

The Public Hotel in New York City, with 190-square-foot rooms that start at $150, is aimed at the Airbnb crowd.

Luxe for less: The new $150-a-night boutique hotel

The man who changed the hotel world is at it again with a concept he calls ?Luxury for all.?

// Director seeks to replicate success of school throughout Haiti

As a boy, Dr. Theony Deshommes was lifted out of poverty by the Louverture Cleary School. Now there are plans to replicate that success.

Boston, MA - 5/26/2017 - (5th inning) Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez (52) points to his catcher after getting a fly ball out for the third out in the top of the fifth inning. The Boston Red Sox host the Seattle Mariners in the first of a three game series at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 27Sox-Mariners, LOID: 8.3.2596934708.


Eduardo Rodriguez ?feels ecstatic? after bullpen session

Rodriguez?s kneecap dislocated on June 1 and he went on the DL the next day.

Critic?s Notebook

// Has reality TV?s race to the bottom actually hit bottom? Probably not.

The scandal surrounding "Bachelor in Paradise? is a logical extension of where the genre has been heading all along.

Sail Boston

USCG Eagle sailed towards Boston about 30 miles off Nantucket.

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Here?s a full list of Sail Boston?s six days of free events

Sail Boston?s main event ? the Grand Parade of Sail on Saturday ? is only a piece of the celebration.

Maps: Here are all the spots to view the Tall Ships this weekend

More than 50 ships will parade through Boston Harbor starting this week. Here?s where you can see them.


// The Weekender: Tall ships, short films, and dad jokes

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


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// 5 things I learned spending 10 days as a scientist

I write a lot about biomedical research. To better understand this work, I spent time in a lab in Woods Hole, Mass.