Trump gambles he?s bigger than Fox with boycott

Donald Trump before a rally in Marshalltown, Iowa, on Tuesday.

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Donald Trump has again grabbed the media spotlight and proved his potency as an unpredictable and polarizing force.

Boston chamber throws its support behind pay equity bill

A bill aimed at closing the gender wage gap in Massachusetts is expected to go before the state Senate for a vote Thursday.

Violent altercation in Brookline leaves two shot, one stabbed

Investigators are searching for a white car that apparently left two of the victims on a street several blocks away from the apartment where incident occurred.

Governor Baker unveils $39.6 billion budget

Baker is proposing to balance the budget without any new taxes or fees, but is diverting millions meant for the state?s emergency rainy day fund.

Key takeaways from the Fed?s interest rate decision today

The Federal Reserve decided to hold steady and maintain the rate between a quarter and half percent.

Lexington man killed after tire hits vehicle on Route 128

Police are investigating what caused the tire to break off a pickup truck Tuesday and collide with a sedan traveling in a different direction.

Rendering of the redeveloped base area at the Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway, N.H., that includes new slopeside condos.

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Cranmore set to launch base area redevelopment

The family-friendly ski resort in North Conway, NH, is about to embark on a total remake of its base area that will include 106 new condos.

Germaine Vincent was helped back to her seat after her victim impact statement was read by her sister, Andrea Volcy (second from right).

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Man admits to murdering woman, dumping body in 2004

?For me, it is as if you have cut off my two hands, my two feet, my two eyes,?? the victim?s mother wrote in an impact statement.

// ?Millennial fatigue? and the rise of Gen Z

Gen Z?ers ? those born between 1996 and the present ? are hoping to avoid the mistakes that millennials have made.

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// Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson: Colorblind, or just plain tone-deaf?

In 2016, a white actor is going to play a black superstar, arguably the world?s most famous black entertainer?

// Cam Newton says an African American QB with his skills ?may scare people?

Newton said he learned a long time ago that he can?t please everyone, and that needs to be true to his personality.

?The Hub on Causeway? will include a retail complex with a supermarket and movie theaters on the site of the old Boston Garden on Causeway Street at North Station.

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North Station area redevelopment underway

Boston Properties and Delaware North officially launched construction of a massive new complex on Causeway Street in front of TD Garden.

// Obama, Sanders talk policy, economy at White House

Sanders acknowledged he and the president have had differences, but he said he has largely backed Obama?s agenda.

// AG calls on Gilead to lower prices of two drugs

Maura Healey warned the company it faces possible legal action unless it lowers the price of two popular hepatitis C medicines.

// Nearly 3 in 10 MBTA employees made more than $100,000 in 2015

In addition to regular pay, many employees collected significant overtime pay.

04/05/15: Philadelphia, PA: Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello is pictured during the team's workout on Sunday. The Boston Red Sox held a workout at Citizens Bank Park in anticipation of Monday afternoon's Opening Day MLB game vs. the host Philadelphia Phillies. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis) section: sports topic: Red Sox workout

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Red Sox rotation has contenders for No. 2 starter

The rotation could be anywhere from one of the best in the majors to a middle-of-the-pack ensemble.


// Fearless Katie Nolan speaks hard truths about sports on ?Garbage Time?

Sports shows have long relied on guffawing guys, but the Framingham native has something fresh going on.

// Boston has highest restaurant tippers in nation, Zagat finds

The company also found that a meal in the city costs $43 on average ? the second most expensive nationally.

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// How Tuesday night encapsulated the 2016 campaign

For those who follow the presidential campaign?s every turn, last night could have caused some whiplash.

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// 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.

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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.



// Deal-hunting app GasBuddy moving to Boston

Walt Doyle, a former PayPal manager, now heads up GasBuddy from an office near Haymarket.



// Pope Francis meets Iranian leader to discuss Middle East

The meeting marked the first time ranian President Hassan Rouhani has visited the West since a landmark nuclear agreement with Iran last year.

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// Home Sweets Home

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