Hurricane Harvey

Harvey spins deeper inland; full scope of damage is unknown

A lies abandoned after heavy damage when Hurricane Harvey hit Rockport, Texas on August 26, 2017. Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast late Friday, unleashing torrents of rain and packing powerful winds, the first major storm to hit the US mainland in 12 years. / AFP PHOTO / MARK RALSTONMARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images


Harvey spun deeper into Texas on Saturday and unloaded ponderous amounts of rain after the once-fearsome hurricane crashed into the state in a blow that killed at least one and injured up to 14.

// Harvey could create a ?rainfall disaster?

Harvey could produce rain for five or six days, bringing up to 40 inches in some places in Texas.

// Right-wing group cancels San Francisco rally, but counterprotesters show up anyway

A right-wing group canceled its San Francisco rally. Counterprotesters showed up anyway.

// Turmoil, shoddy care at luxury addiction centers

An investigation by STAT and the Boston Globe found a company that spends lavishly on facilities and marketing while skimping on giving patients basic care.

The Trump presidency

// GOP leaders still puzzle over President Trump

Republican Party leaders assembling for their summer meeting found themselves in a bit of a bind.

// Trump asked Sessions about closing case against Arpaio

The president asked the attorney general whether it would be possible for the government to drop the criminal case but was advised that would be inappropriate.

Yvonne Abraham

// A love affair, on two wheels

Rails trails bring us a side of Massachusetts we don?t ordinarily see. So why the hate?

// Caribbean parade winds through city with flashing colors

Boston?s Carnival parade, a celebration of Caribbean culture, drew thousands of revelers on Saturday.

4-year-old boy drowns at Falmouth campground

A 4-year-old boy drowned in a pool at the Cape Cod Campresort & Cabins in Falmouth.

Boston mayoral candidate Tito Jackson in his living room.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Tito Jackson: the ?sum total? of those who love him

The origin story of mayoral candidate Tito Jackson.

Kevin Cullen

// IRA informant Sean O?Callaghan died not in a pool of blood but in a Jamaican swimming pool

In his 62 years, Sean O?Callaghan murdered and maimed, and turned on everything and everyone he once held dear.

Starts & Stops

// Commuter rail to ... Ruggles? More options coming soon

It?s already a major Orange Line station, but a new project could make Ruggles a commuter rail hub as well.

// Politicians join T bus mechanics against outsourcing

With the MBTA seeking private companies to operate bus maintenance facilities, union workers have cultivated political support.


// How Julian Edelman?s injury affects the Patriots? offense

The running backs and tight ends will likely see an uptick in the quick, chain-moving passes that usually go to Edelman.

Tom Furrier, the last typewriter repairman in the area, works on a vintage Corona in his Arlington shop. Many of his old machines, such as the Royals and Remington Rand below, are used for parts.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Now rare, typewriters still need TLC

Most of Tom Furrier?s business comes from writers who want a specific feel in their instrument, nearly always choosing manual typewriters.

// What to know about the Mayweather, McGregor fight

Will it be a lopsided contest? That?s uncertain, but the fight is set to be the most-watched bout in history.

Orioles 7, Red Sox 0

// Kevin Gausman, Orioles blank Red Sox

Kevin Gausman pitched shutout ball into the eighth, while Eduardo Rodriguez?s struggles continued as the Orioles beat the Red Sox, 7-0.

Waltham, MA May 16, 2017: The Celtics Isaiah Thomas relaxes on a chair in the gym. The Boston Celtics held a practice session at Healthpointe ahead of Game One of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)

Amid trade uncertainty, Celtics and Cavaliers to talk out options

The teams had scheduled a call for later in the day Saturday to discuss the status of the trade.

// Patriots? Kraft photographed with A-Rod and JLo

Alex Rodriguez, one of New England?s most infamous sports heels, posted the photo to Twitter on Saturday.

// Did the Oakland A?s just subtweet the Red Sox? David Price?

It?s the baseball beef that won?t die.

Special reports

part 1

// Priests? children live with secrets, sorrow

A Globe review finds the children are often denied love and support and pressured to keep the scandal secret. And the church has done absolutely nothing to help.


// Play the crossword

Puzzled? Keep trying and see if you can triumph.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Marcela García

// Where is the justice for Arpaio?s victims?

President Trump?s pardon of former sheriff Joe Arpaio was an endorsement of one of the nation?s most blatant racists.

Confidential tips

// Have an investigative news tip?

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// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// Here?s what Conor McGregor may be doing to his body before the big fight

Floyd Mayweather has said Conor McGregor is scrambling to cut weight. Here?s how that works, and why it can be dangerous.