The Trump administration

As activism surges, Democrats struggle with next steps

A wave of political dissent has swept the country, causing a surge of activity on the ground floor of the Democratic Party.

// White House suggests US may act against recreational pot

The Trump administration raised the prospect Thursday of a federal crackdown on recreational pot.

Elijah Cohen-Gordon, 15, addressed the Post Office Square rally, which was called in support of transgender students.

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Transgender rally draws hundreds to Post Office Square

The crowd protested President Trump?s decision to roll back federal guidelines.

// Baker interrupted during Tufts talk

Protesters called on Governor Charlie Baker to more aggressively challenge President Trump?s immigration orders.


// In late February, a day to savor

RIP winter 2017?

// Peabody murder suspect accused in carjacking

A suspect in a brutal double-homicide in Peabody is believed to have carjacked a male driver in Middleton on Wednesday night.



// Manchester-by-the-Avocado-Fries

Locals all over Cape Ann who?ve seen the Casey Affleck film recognize that it?s more about Gloucester than Manchester-by-the-Sea.


Boston, MA--2/23/2017 - The boat slips will be replanned. Developer Ryan Sillery (cq) has bought property at Russo/MarineMax (cq) in Dorchester. RODE Architects Inc partners Kevin Dealer (cq) and Eric Robinson (cq) are designing a redevelopment, that will include waterfront condos, a hotel, restaurant, park, retail space, and a refurbished marina. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 24marine Reporter: Jon Chesto


Big plans for ?hidden gem? on Dorchester waterfront

A South Boston-based developer is hoping to tap into the potential of Dorchester?s Port Norfolk peninsula.

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Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Millennials may never get out of their parents? homes

Why has living at home become so en vogue among millennials?


Amanda Abbott (left) and Leonie Little-Lex are among a group of local artists who sold more than $4,000 of watercolors, ceramics, prints, and jewelry to benefit Greater Boston Legal Services and the Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center.

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Protesters push for change, one ?huddle? at a time

The election has given so many so much to protest that it?s been called a ?second job.?


Bruins 4, Kings 1

// Anton Khudobin pulls out the stops in Bruins? win

The backup goalie made 27 saves in a 4-1 victory over the Kings.


book review

// A crime thriller that?s a perfect case study for today?s world of alternative facts

In his debut novel ?Shining City,? Tom Rosenstiel skillfully blends the tension of a Supreme Court nomination with a murder mystery.


// The Weekender: Giant leaps, political laughs, and Oscars drama

The Globe?s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.


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Opinion & Ideas

Renée Graham

// We live (and die) by our laws

When traditionally marginalized groups lose their rights, they also lose their sense of self-worth.

Special reports

// A life taken, but also a life lost

How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?


The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

// The San Antonio solution

One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can?t Mass. do the same?