Trump criticizes recount, Clinton participation

FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2016, file photo, Donald Trump speaks in Hershey, Pa. President-elect Trump holds stock in the company building the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline, and pipeline opponents warn that Trumpâ??s investments could undercut any decision he makes on the $3.8 billion project as president. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File)

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President-elect Donald Trump said Sunday it?s ?sad? Hillary Clinton is joining a recount effort in three states.

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Harvard classmates barely recognize the Bannon of today

Many of Steve Bannon?s former classmates view him as a great thinker, even if they don?t agree with his politics.

// Falwell says Trump offered him education secretary job

Jerry Falwell Jr. says he turned down the Cabinet post for personal reasons.

The legacy of Fidel Castro

Victoria Wainwright and her brother Dave talked about the death of Fidel Castro while visiting the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Dorchester.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

At the JFK Library, memories of a war that almost happened

The Dorchester museum is filled with artifacts and exhibitions on the tense relationship between John Kennedy and Castro.

Starts & Stops

// Worcester/Framingham line service worsens

It's not your imagination, Worcester/Framingham riders: Your service has declined dramatically.

Teachers? ratings may no longer be tied to students? test scores

The proposal would not entirely do away with the use of test scores in evaluating teachers.

// Students repaint school rock defaced with hate speech in Harvard

Swastikas, anti-Semitic symbols and words, and profanities at Bromfield High School were covered up.

Natalie Portman as first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.

Twentieth Century Fox

Revisiting the end of Camelot through Jackie?s eyes

Director Pablo Larraín talks about filming ?Jackie,? starring Natalie Portman, as an American horror story.

The Desperate and the Dead: The ?new asylums?

There may be no worse place for mentally ill people to receive treatment than prison, yet a growing number end up in the ?new asylums.?

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Will Tom Brady play against the Jets?


Tom Brady?s injury status adds some suspense

Bill Belichick is more liable to joke about the buttfumble four years ago than to explain in detail what is going on.

Globe Magazine | Perspective

// I won?t be guilted into giving $1 in the checkout line

The case for ignoring the shakedown and making your own decisions about charity.

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Ideas | Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Humans make a mess, but invasive species get the blame

What should we do about aggressive starlings and other invasive species? Here?s one answer: nothing.

Holiday Style | Magazine

20 fun things to do with kids during the holidays

A host of festive activities can help you make memories with the young folks in your life.

Lexi Simmons (left) and Speros Verinos collected donations for Globe Santa at the Burlington Mall. The programs gives toys to families in need in Greater Boston.

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Santa hears about a family?s drug issue

With the state ready to take custody of her addicted sister?s children, one woman stepped in to keep the family together.

// Leaving the summer cottage to your children? Consider an LLC

Passing a family cottage on to the kids means laying down the laws.


What is it like to live in Peabody?

?We?re in our own little world up here,? one resident said.

Protesters sang Friday in Cannon Ball, N.D., near the site of the Dakota Access pipeline.

Defiant N.D. pipeline protesters say they?re going nowhere

The government has ordered everyone off the federal land by Dec. 5, but activists scoffed at the idea.

Special reports

// With no function in her legs, she?s still hiking the Appalachian Trail

Stacey Kozel has hiked more than two-thirds of the trail, trekking solo with a major disadvantage: She cannot walk on her own.

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.

The Big Picture

People are seen on giant fried eggs art installation as part of ?Hecho en Casa? (Made at home) urban artwork festival in downtown Santiago, Chile, Nov. 8.

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Art for the public

A look at how artists around the world are transforming shared spaces. Photographers captured recent exhibitions and permanent works on display in various locations for all to experience.

Real Estate

A hot summer for home sales has continued into fall

A hot summer for home sales has morphed into a sizzling fall, with the number of homes put under contract up by double-digit percentage points in Massachusetts as we head into the holiday season, new real estate stats show.