Tor Holck shoveled in back of the Pie in the Sky Cafe in Woods Hole, Mass.

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Tor Holck shoveled in back of the Pie in the Sky Cafe in Woods Hole, Mass.

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Cat Tignor removed snow from her car in Woods Hole.

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Snow was falling in Woods Hole around midday Saturday.

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A car was buried in Washington, D.C.

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Glen Eck worked to free his vehicle in Philadelphia on Saturday.

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Snow-shovelers were on the job in New York on Friday.

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A man cleared snow in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

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A worker cleared snow from a sidewalk in New York on Saturday.

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A Secret Service officer stood guard outside the White House on Saturday.

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Snow fell on New York?s Upper West Side on Saturday.

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National Guard members helped to free a police car in Washington, D.C.

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The White House on Friday.

Storm could bring foot of snow, strong winds to parts of Mass.

Forecasts are calling for 2 to 4 inches in the Boston area to more than 12 inches on Martha?s Vineyard.

// Millions in Eastern US are affected by snowstorm

New York City closed roads amid more snow than expected, and forecasters said some mid-Atlantic areas could get three feet through Sunday.

AFC championship

// It?s never just another game when Brady and Manning square off

Concentration levels rise, a sense of purpose sets in, and both quarterbacks are aware of how good they have to play that week.

11/02/14: Foxborugh, MA: As the final 15 seconds tick off the clock, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (left) and Tom Brady (right) meet quickly, shook hands even quicker and then they seperated. The New England Patriots hosted the Denver Broncos in a regular season NFL game at Gillete Stadium. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis) section: sports topic: Patriots-Broncos


Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are bonded by history

Brady and Manning have reversed roles. Brady is now the gunslinger, Manning the game-manager.

Jeb Bush.

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Mama Bush stands by her man, but where?s W?

Jeb Bush is putting his 90 year old mother in an ad, and with that, his relationship with his family back on the couch.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally Thursday in Las Vegas.


Is Donald Trump a conservative? Who gets to decide?

Defining the limits of conservative thought might have been National Review?s job half a century ago, but not in the Internet era.

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What $3 million gets you in the city

Though downtown is booming, condos and homes at midrange of the high-end market aren?t moving as quickly even though inventory is low.


// Boston kids get chance to play hockey thanks to local groups

Kids all over Boston are taking up hockey thanks to groups that are making it affordable and fun.


Which MLB teams improved, which took step back?

Everyone loved the Nationals and Mariners last year, and neither got a sniff at the postseason.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.


Is Bloomberg out to ruin Hillary Clinton?s party?

Michael Bloomberg is reportedly studying up on past third-party runs by H. Ross Perot and the granddaddy of them all, Teddy Roosevelt.

// Bloomberg mulls run for White House, report says

Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, is weighing an independent presidential bid.

Yvonne Abraham

// In Lynn, GE workers wonder what move will mean

Will nearby bosses be more likely to preserve their high-skilled jobs? Or will they have more cover to erase them?

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Dordt College, on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, in Sioux Center, Iowa. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump says he could ?shoot somebody? and not lose supporters

Donald Trump was in Sioux Center, Iowa, on Saturday when he said he could ?shoot somebody and I wouldn?t lose any voters.?

Newton considers later high school start times

The effort is part of a growing movement to reduce student stress and improve health.

// In Allston, they?re doing yoga by candlelight

Candlelight yoga is one of three classes designed and taught by Ali Singer at the community pop-up space known as POP Allston.

Silver Line passengers waited this week to board buses at South Station during rush hour.

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GE move puts Seaport gridlock back in spotlight

Every morning, some commuters face a choice: Summer Street gridlock or packed Silver Line buses.

A sign at an entrance to St. George?s School in Middletown, R.I.

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Abuse alleged in 2004 at St. George?s

Questions remain about whether the school?s headmaster, Eric Peterson, should have done more.

// John Kasich?s new ad asks, ?What happened to Jeb??

His new ad casts the former Florida governor as desperate and flailing.

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Ground Game

// Poll shows Sanders leading Clinton in N.H.

Geographically, Sanders is bolstered by independent voters and clusters of support along the state?s border with Vermont.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

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Water crisis in Flint, Mich.

Thousands of residents in Michigan have been exposed to toxic amounts of lead, including about 9,000 children.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ?Spotlight?

?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.



// Scientists, coders to study how brains learn

Harvard neuroscientists are teaming up with coders on a massive project to understand and mimic how the human brain learns.


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// As pope visits synagogue, some issues still unsettled

These visits are always special, given that arguably no Jewish community has felt the sting of Catholic opprobrium more than the one in Rome.

Globe Insiders

Design New England

// Home Sweets Home

Interior designer Holly Joe cooks up the love in her sophisticated yet cozy family house in Westwood.