GOP will try to repeal Obamacare, then replace it

A repeal of the Affordable Care Act wouldn?t go into effect for two years, giving lawmakers time to craft a replacement plan.

// Two more GOP senators oppose health bill

Passage of the bill is in doubt after Senators Mike Lee and Jerry Moran came out Monday against the legislation.

// Mass. lawmakers unveil proposed overhaul of marijuana law

The compromise immediately raised the specter of a serious legal challenge, and drew a rebuke from the top lobbyist for cities and towns.

// Baker vetoes $320m in budget, pushes MassHealth changes

Governor Charlie Baker will sign a $39.43 billion budget, but wants lawmakers to accept his changes to the state?s health-care system.

12-year-old girl is killed while water-skiing in N.H.

The girl had been waterskiing on the lake with family members in the towing boat.

// Victim of child sexual assault sues Boston Archdiocese

A former resident of a center for children run by the Boston Archdiocese says he suffered repeated sexual abuse.

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The posters encourage bystanders to start up a conversation with those being targeted, and to ignore the person who is harassing them.

// A person with measles visited Hampton Beach the weekend after July 4

If you visited New Hampshire?s Hampton Beach on July 9, you may have come in contact with someone infected with measles.

epa06093615 US President Donald J. Trump (C) signs a presidential proclamation beside US Vice President Mike Pence (2-R) and product representatives; during a showcase of products made in the United States, in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 17 July 2017. US President Donald J. Trump participated at the White House in a showcase of products 'Made in America', which featured 50 products from the 50 states of the nation. Trump signed a presidential proclamation in the East Room making 17 July 'Made in America' Day and this week, 'Made in America' week. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Trump says he has signed more bills than any president, ever. He hasn?t

In fact, as he approaches six months in office Thursday, President Trump is slightly behind the lawmaking pace for the past six presidents.

31rosenthal - The $500 million Fenway Center project would include five new buildings with apartments, offices, stores and a parking garage on property near the historic ballpark. A new commuter rail station is already under construction on the site, but its developer says tax assistance is needed to proceed with the rest of the work. ()

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Long-delayed Fenway Center project moves ahead

The development over the Mass. Pike is now closer than ever to launching construction, thanks to a plan to do the easy part first.

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// Top 2 officials out at Manchester VA hospital

The action came after a Spotlight Team report detailed what several doctors and other staffers say is dangerously substandard care.

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Small private schools are struggling, but Merrimack has found its footing

Merrimack College in North Andover found success after it refocused its academic offerings and refined how it recruits students.

Boston, MA: July 17, 2017: The Red Sox Jackie Bradley, Jr. (left) hit a ball to the Blue Jays 1B Justin Smoak (right) who tossed the ball to Toronto pitcher Marcus Stroman (center) covering first base. The throw beat Bradley, but Stroman's foot missed the bag and Bradley was safe. The play would be costly as Bradley later scored on a Mookie Betts single to cut the Blue Jays lead to 3-2 in the seventh inning. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Toronto Blue Jays in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

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Red Sox can?t hold off Blue Jays at Fenway

In his first game back from a knee injury, Eduardo Rodriguez went 5 ?innings, giving up six hits and three runs.

// Man rescued at sea is said to have killed mom, grandpa for inheritance

After Nathan Carman?s mother vanished at sea, his aunts filed a lawsuit accusing the 23-year-old of murdering her to collect a multi-million dollar inheritance.

// Paul Pierce gets to retire as a Celtic

The 10-time All-Star, who played 15 seasons in Boston, signed a contract with the team Monday.

Mr. Parilli, shown running for a touchdown in 1966, ranks fourth in the Patriots? record book with 16,747 passing yards and 132 touchdown passes.


Babe Parilli ?helped establish the Patriots and the AFL?

Parilli, who died at 87, threw 31 touchdown passes in 1964, a Patriots franchise record broken by Tom Brady, and played in three AFL All-Star Games.

Manager Jim Lynch won?t hire parking lot staffers who seem unable to smile at stressed travelers.

For some, the path of retirement takes a detour to a ferry parking lot

Most of the employees at the Hy-Line ferry in Hyannis are retired from a range of other jobs.


// U.S. News postpones release of hospital rankings due to data errors

U.S. News & World Report is postponing the public release of its annual hospital rankings after it discovered errors in the data used to compile its report.

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Actress Mindy Kaling is pregnant

E! News reports that Kaling is having a baby, which one unnamed friend described as ?an unexpected surprise.?

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Sometimes, there is crying in baseball

NYPD officers were at Fenway Park only days after losing one of their own and were overwhelmed by the response from Mass. officers, first responders, and Red Sox fans.

?Kirk & Callahan? gives WEEI big win in Nielsen ratings

WEEI?s morning program topped ?Toucher and Rich,? though The Sports Hub was No. 1 overall.

Trump?s ?Made in America? showcase highlights. . . Narragansett Beer?

The president also spent some time checking out Massachusetts-made horseshoes, joking, ?We?ll play horseshoes tonight with the press.?

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// Donald Trump and John F. Kennedy are more similar than you think

The resemblances between the two presidents are more than merely superficial.

// Millennials ruining everything? It?s an age-old accusation

You know about millennial bashing. What you don?t know is that writers have been disparaging younger generations since at least the 1300s.


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// 5 things to know about the treatment Charlie Gard might receive

What is ?nucleoside bypass therapy,? the treatment proposed for Gard, and how well has it worked in other patients?


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