After bill?s collapse, GOP will try to repeal Obamacare, then replace it

As a result, Senate Republican leadership will push for a repeal of Obamacare that wouldn?t go into effect for two years ? giving lawmakers time to craft a replacement.

Ground Game

Don?t blame Trump for the health care collapse

There is plenty of finger pointing going around for the failure of the latest health care bill. But one person who cannot be blamed is President Trump.

// What happens if Obamacare is repealed without a replacement?

Republicans on Monday abandoned efforts to replace Obamacare and some are now eyeing an attempt to simply repeal the health care law.

// Man?s burned body found in wooded area in Attleboro

Authorities are investigating the ?suspicious? death of a man whose burned body was found near a small brush fire in an Attleboro.

// Driver fires into Lyft car on Southeast Expressway in Quincy

The Lyft driver was in a Toyota Prius near the Furnace Brook Parkway exit ramp.

NYPD officers, wearing T-shirts that honored their murdered colleague Officer Miosotis Familia, attended Sunday night?s Red Sox-Yankees game at Fenway Park.

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Sometimes, there is crying in baseball

NYPD officers were at Fenway Park only days after losing one of their own. They were overwhelmed by the response ? from everyone.

The logo of the Regensburger Domspatzen choir at a window of the high school in Regensburg. At least 547 members of a prestigious Catholic boys? choir in Germany were physically or sexually abused between 1945 and 1992.

Hundreds of boys abused at German choir school, report says

The report said that 547 members of a prestigious Catholic boys? choir ?with a high degree of plausibility?? were victims of physical or sexual abuse.

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?I?ve turned being an alcoholic into being a workaholic,? says Marty Walsh, who got sober more than 20 years ago.

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Globe Magazine

Marty Walsh has a confession to make

After an early crisis of self-doubt, Boston?s 48th mayor found his own way.

The Fine Print

// He?s seeing red over his lawn?s lack of green

Hiring people to work on your home or yard is often stressful - here are a few suggestions to keep in mind when dealing with contractors.

// Pot law compromise comes under fire from towns, advocates

The overhaul of the voter-approved legalization law would hike taxes and change how communities can ban local pot shops.

// Claiming he killed mom, other family members seek to block inheritance

Nathan Carman?s mother vanished at sea in 2016. His aunts have now filed a suit accusing the 23-year-old of killing her to collect a multi-million dollar inheritance.

Cape Cod Potato Chips are weighed inside the Hyannis facility.

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Cape Cod Potato Chips staying on Cape

The company had considered moving production off Cape because of what it called a ?dated? and ?overcrowded? plant in Hyannis.

// There?s been a renaissance at Merrimack College

The North Andover school has refocused its academic offerings and refined how it recruits students.

Perspective | Magazine

// Why it matters when a town rallies against hate

A rally on Lexington?s famous Battle Green might not be a shout heard round the world, but speaking out ? and up ? can stop hate speech.

// ?You can only play so much golf?: A workplace where ?retirees? are everywhere

Of the 65 workers on the summertime staff at Hy-Line?s Hyannis ferry dock, about two-thirds are men over 60.

Bob Hohler

// There?s a world of surprises in Bill Belichick?s family history

The Patriots coach shares bloodlines with presidents, financial titans, an astronaut, and a radical abolitionist.

Watch as this dog pulls a baby deer from the water to save it from drowning

A dog that saw a baby deer in danger of drowning in New York jumped in and dragged it to shore and the whole thing was caught on video.

Love Letters

// ?I slapped him ? hard.? Should she send an apology?

While I?m still resentful of how he handled the breakup, a part of me feels like I should apologize for slapping him. Is an apology appropriate?


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Real Estate

Maine retreat reflects easygoing spirit of a coastal village

It?s not a summer colony for the yacht-club crowd, but a working port where every other house has boats, buoys, and stacks of lobster traps in the yard. The dominant aesthetic is whitewash and weathered, and fishing boats outnumber sailboats in the harbor.


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