Trump's immigration order

After Trump?s travel ban, six days in limbo

Ali Reza Jalili of Bedford. N.H., greeted his niece Haniya Jalili, 12, while his brother Hamid Reza Jalili and his wife, Baharehsadat Khamesi, spoke with a translator after arriving on a flight from Iran at Logan International Airport.

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For 13 years, Hamid Reza Jalili waited to get a visa so he could move to the US. Then Donald Trump became president.

// This Logan terminal was the site of many family reunions Saturday

About 40 Iranian nationals who had been barred from entry throughout the last week made it onto a Lufthansa flight.

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// Trump vs. the courts: How far will he take it?

We are as prone to constitutional standoffs as anyone else.

// US suspends enforcement of travel ban, DOJ moves to appeal

The Justice Department is asking a federal appeals court to set aside a judge?s order that temporarily blocked the Trump administration?s travel ban.

// Somerville celebrates 30 years as a sanctuary city

?Sanctuary cities do not protect criminals,? Perla Hernandez told a crowd of more than a thousand. ?They protect families.?

// Joy and relief supplant fear and frustration at Logan

In a stunning reversal, federal agencies said they would allow visa holders from seven Muslim-majority nations to enter the US.

Yvonne Abraham

// Our chance to write history

A historian?s post tries to make sense of the profoundly disorienting, and disordered, first weeks of the Trump administration.

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The intruder in the OR ? a mystery

The middle-aged woman said she was a doctor in training, but she was not.

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// There?s no respite from Trump, even at the Super Bowl

The first few weeks in Trumpland have been absolutely exhausting.

// Scenes from Super Bowl eve in Houston

Here?s what it looked like on the ground in Houston the day before the big game.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, left, holds the AFC Championship trophy as he celebrates with head coach Bill Belichick after the AFC championship NFL football game, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017, in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots defeated the the Pittsburgh Steelers 36-17 to advance to the Super Bowl. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

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Chad Finn

With success, Patriots have won enemies, too

As titles have piled up in Foxborough, fans elsewhere have found plenty not to like.

//[1].jpg At Killen?s, Patriots players took down 40 pounds of meat

?They put it away like it was nobody?s business,? said the restaurant?s kitchen manager. ?Man, those guys were huge. They were huge.?

// Tom Brady?s mom on hand in Houston

The Patriots quarterback posted a photo with his parents at NRG Stadium on his Instagram account.


// Here is how one former NFL coach sees Super Bowl LI unfolding

Former Bears and Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt broke down the Patriots? and Falcons? offense and defense in a film session.

// Matt Ryan beats out Tom Brady for NFL MVP

The Falcons quarterback also was the AP Offensive Player of the Year.


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// GOP senators bark, but can they bite?

World leaders are watching our domestic political dynamics, and drawing their own conclusions.

Special reports


// How the backlash against Trump?s travel ban unfolded

On Friday, President Trump issued his immigration order. By the weekend, protests rocked cities around the nation.

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

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Refugee family settles in New England

One of the last refugee families to be resettled in New England arrived in Manchester, N.H., on Thursday.

Ground Game

Ground Game

// Politically, Donald Trump is good for Elizabeth Warren

Until a few months ago, US Senator Elizabeth Warren might have expected her 2018 re-election campaign to unfold differently.

Design New England

Design New England

// A Gardener?s Garden

The lush landscape around Andrew Grossman?s home and studio is a showcase of possibilities.