Despite early stumble in Senate, health bill still alive

No one has an idea of what a final bill will look like ? if the Senate can pass one at all.

President Trump at the swearing-in ceremony for Attorney General Jeff Sessions in February.

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Why Trump can?t just say, ?Jeff, you?re fired?

Here are three problems the president would have in firing the attorney general.

// Caught on hot mic, New England senators unload on Trump

Susan Collins of Maine and Jack Reed of R.I. discussed the federal budget ? and the president?s lack of familiarity with governing.


// VA secretary widens probe into troubled N.H. hospital

David Shulkin said he wants a review of care at the Manchester facility to be ?comprehensive, transparent and brand-new.?

// Implications of federal ruling on fishing limits could ripple

For the first time, government officials overruled a recommendation by a panel that oversees East Coast fishing issues.

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// Investors want more women, minorities on corporate boards

When it comes to diversity in the boardroom, State Treasurer Deb Goldberg is taking a hard line.

// Notorious figure in church abuse scandal could be out in days

Prosecutors had hoped they could keep 86-year-old Paul Shanley, who?s served 12 years after being convicted of rape, behind bars.

// South End renters on the brink of eviction

Residents of a Harrison Avenue row house face eviction after its owner accepted a $2 million offer.

// Late state senator?s aide wins race for open seat

Cindy Friedman was chief of staff for Ken Donnelly, who died in April.

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Red Sox reliever Doug Fister was frustrated after the Mariners scored the game-tying run on a wild pitch.

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Mariners 6, Red Sox 5 (13 inn.)

Red Sox may go sleepless in Seattle after this dramatic loss

Boston held a 5-4 lead going into the bottom of the 13th, but reliever Doug Fister yielded two runs.

// Red Sox acquire third baseman Eduardo Nunez from Giants

The Red Sox sent a pair of minor league pitchers to the Giants for the 2016 All-Star.

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// There?s fun in watching these Red Sox play follow the leader

Friday night will be interesting when the Sox return to Fenway with David Price on the mound.

// CTE study details toll on football players

Researchers studied the donated brains of 202 players, and interviewed their loved ones about mood and behavioral problems.

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While the Senate debated Obamacare, Mitt Romney was . . . waterskiing?

The former governor and Republican nominee for president looked quite carefree while out on the water.

Louis Risoli retired this month from L?Espalier at age 64.

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Maître d? ends long reign over a Boston bastion of couth

Louis Risoli has been maître d? and fromager at L?Espalier for 34 years.

// Tinder couple takes their relationship offline after nearly three years

The pair?s story went viral after Josh Avsec tweeted out the messages they have exchanged since 2014.


// So that?s why Justin Bieber called off his tour?

When asked about the cancellation, Bieber ended the conversation this way: ?And have a blessed day.?

// Ex-colleagues, friends in Boston stunned by drug claims against med school dean

In town, Carmen Puliafito was known as driven and intense, a physician who relished running a clinic as well as his time in the operating room.

// At the MFA, a difficult homecoming for a Holocaust survivor

Arie Kasiarz, who survived Poland?s Lodz Ghetto, journeyed to Boston to confront his past in ?Memory Unearthed,? an exhibit of Henryk Ross photos.

// Your Roomba may be mapping your home, collecting data that could be sold

That cute vacuum may be sucking up more than you think.

// Suspect in N.H. gym beating wanted revenge, authorities said

Court records say Jordan Lamonde targeted the woman to get back at her ex-boyfriend?s brother. The accuser, muttering a barnyard phrase, eluded reporters.


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