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Severe storm warning issued for several Mass. counties

Several Massachusetts communities are under severe thunderstorm warning, with winds up to 60 mph and penny-sized hail expected.

We may see severe weather in Greater Boston on Monday and Tuesday, but the chances are greater further west.

David Epstein

It?s thunder and lightning, and then perhaps some drying

Severe weather is in the cards for Monday and Tuesday, especially in western New England.

// Student freed from North Korea has died, family says

In a statement, Otto Warmbier?s family lamented ?the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the North Koreans.?

// Some critics say Trump?s ?selective silence is deafening?

President Trump on Monday continued an apparent pattern of selectively commenting on hate crimes and terrorist attacks.

// Susan Collins won?t back down on health care

The Maine senator worries the Republican plan would cause millions of Americans with pre-existing conditions to lose insurance and that Medicaid cuts will be too deep.

// White House might be weighing a different job for Sean Spicer

The White House is weighing whether to move the press secretary into a more senior role and bring in a new spokesman.

A laborer stapled carpeting next to wax figures of pop singers Katie Perry and Amy Winehouse at the Dreamland Wax Museum in Boston.

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Wax museum pulls back the curtain ahead of Boston opening

The city?s new wax museum will feature an array of celebrity figures and notable names through history.

// Teen faces multiple charges after break-in at Saugus mall, theft of gun

A 16-year-old from Everett has been arrested after he allegedly broke into a Saugus mall and stole a gun and ammunition.

// Energy Secretary Rick Perry denies humans are the main cause of climate change

?Most likely the primary control knob is the ocean waters and this environment that we live in,? Perry said on CNBC.

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Boston Bruins General Manager Danny Ainge talks on the phone before an NBA basketball game in Boston, Wednesday, March 1, 2017. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

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Danny Ainge explains his reasoning for trading No. 1 pick

The Celtics boss believes there is a very good chance he can get the player he wants at No. 3.

CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 26: Jimmy Butler #21 of the Chicago Bulls and Paul George #13 of the Indiana Pacers chase down a loose ball at the United Center on December 26, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)


Never mind the future; the Celtics need NBA talent now

It?s nice to have a stockpile of No. 1 picks, but let?s hope Danny Ainge isn?t done dealing yet.

// How the Celtics-Sixers trade works, in one chart

There are conditions attached to the future first-round pick the Celtics received in their trade with the 76ers.

Chad Finn

// Here are answers to the questions Celtics fans have

The Celtics? stunning blockbuster trade leaves us with a lot of questions and few immediate conclusions.

// Celtics have Jayson Tatum in for a workout

The Duke forward is a strong candidate to be selected with the No. 3 pick in Thursday?s draft.

Foxborough-06/08/2017- Patriots minicamp at the Gillette Stadium practice field. A helmet is thrown in the air over the offensive linemen at the end of practice as they walk off the field. John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe

Who are the 10 most important Patriots players?

OK, we all know who No. 1 is, but here is a rundown on the other vital cogs.

New numbers for the average price for a gallon of gas in Massachusetts will be released Monday.


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The Globe?s new consumer columnist is open for business

Sean P. Murphy will advocate for you when you feel you?ve been wronged in a business transaction with a retailer, an insurer, a lender, a lawyer, or others.

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// Saying goodbye to the Globe?s old printing presses

Let?s take a moment to marvel at the enormous machines that have helped put newspapers on doorsteps for nearly 60 years.


// The Globe says: Thank you, Dorchester

The Globe?s years in Dorchester have coincided with some of its proudest journalistic accomplishments.

// It looks like Sullivan?s is moving into the Hood Milk Bottle

The company has acquired a license to sell food and drinks from the iconic spot in Fort Point.

// A shirtless Gronk reportedly runs up $102,000 bar tab at Foxwoods

Rob Gronkowski partied hard with Flo Rida at a Foxwoods nightclub on Saturday ? and apparently ran up a pretty hefty bar tab.

// Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin, ecstasy in her system, autopsy shows

The actress had a number of drugs in her system when she became ill on a flight last year and later died.

// Shepard ordered to stop cooking with charcoal and wood

Neighbors of Shepard Restaurant & Bar in Cambridge say their health is being affected.


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// As she operated on babies? birth defects, a doctor hid her own diagnosis

Dr. Mary Austin repairs birth defects in utero. She doesn?t let her pregnant patients know she?s faced her own health challenges.