The Trump administration

Intel offers no proof of spying on Trump Tower

A view of Trump Tower in New York.


The top two lawmakers on a House committee said documents offer no evidence that the Obama administration had wiretapped Trump Tower.

// Five things to watch at the House Intelligence Committee?s Russia hearing

The directors of the FBI and NSA will speak Monday about alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 elections.

// Spotted on Air Force One: Robert Kraft

Patriots owner Robert Kraft and President Donald Trump were apparently spending some quality time together on Sunday.

House Speaker Paul Ryan used charts and graphs to make his case for the GOP's health care bill earlier this month.

More than 60 Republicans concerned about GOP health bill

Republican leaders need only a simple majority in both chambers to approve the bill. But that is proving to be difficult.

// Judge rejects US request to clarify order halting travel ban

US District Judge Derrick Watson, who issued the temporary restraining order Wednesday, said nothing was unclear about his order.


Helen Walsh, with her daughters Clodagh and Maeve, is a mom who has started a company selling feminine products by mail-order to young women.

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A monthly subscription for your monthly cycle

A Milton company has launched a subscription-based feminine care service targeting adolescent girls.


Music Review

// ?90s rockers band together to support ACLU

Saturday?s show at the Paradise featured Boston?s brightest lights from that era, and they proved they still have a lot to say.

// Sentenced to life, a killer of 6 wants to go free (again)

The last time Richard Steeves went free, in 1984, he killed for the sixth time.

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Shawn Bernardo kissed his girlfriend Libby Andreasen at the parade.

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The Outvets group was at the center of controversy before the event.

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Outvets had supporters along the parade route.

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The Boston Fire Department?s Pipes and Drums band performed.

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Onlookers lined the streets and cheered.

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The Tian Guo Marching Band practiced before the parade.

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A member of the Lexington Minute Men reacted after a volley.

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A bagpipe player during the parade.

Thousands turn out for St. Patrick?s Day parade

Spectators lined the streets of South Boston to see the annual St. Patrick?s Day parade, amid a backdrop of cold temperatures and controversy.

// At St. Patrick?s Day breakfast, politicos take aim at Trump

President Trump was an easy target at the annual event, and Governor Charlie Baker didn?t escape without some ribbing as well.

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BOSTON, MA - 3/15/2017: ICE AGE..... it was slippery along being frozen today in Boston seen here on Newbury Street (David L Ryan/Globe Staff Photo) SECTION: METRO TOPIC stand alone photo

Spring starts tomorrow, but winter lingers today

Light snow is possible later today in the Boston area, even as spring officially arrives at 6:29 a.m. on Monday.

// Mass. researchers to take part in 2018 expedition to Titanic

Researchers are planning what they say is the first manned submersible expedition to the Titanic since 2005.

// After a growth spree, UMass Boston is in a bind

Boston?s public university racked up a lot of debt as it added programs and buildings to its campus.

// Jimmy Breslin, voice of gritty New York journalism, dies at 88

Breslin was a fixture for decades in New York journalism and a character right out of his own work.


FORT MYERS, FL - MARCH 16: Hanley Ramirez #13 of the Boston Red Sox bats against the Pittsburgh Pirates during a spring training game at JetBlue Park on March 16, 2017 in Fort Myers, Florida. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

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What are the Red Sox? biggest concerns?

What?s wrong with Tyler Thornburg? When will Hanley Ramirez and David Price be ready?

BOSTON, MA - FEBRUARY 13: Members of the Harvard Crimson celebrate with the Beanpot trophy after defeating the Boston University Terriers 6-3 in 2017 Beanpot Tournament Championship at TD Garden on February 13, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Harvard gets a top seed for 2017 NCAA men?s hockey tournament

BU and UMass-Lowell are No. 2 seeds and Providence is a fourth seed.


// Six theories behind the stolen Gardner Museum paintings

On the 27th anniversary of the $500 million Gardner Museum heist, we take a look at six theories behind the stolen paintings.

Munch Madness

// Bring on Round 2!

The field has been narrowed to 32. Vote in our March Madness-style bracket to pick the most universally loved local place to eat.

Opinion & Ideas

Ideas | Josh Macht

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In an economy fixated on short-term results, exceptional patience pays off.


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Our weekly digest on buying, selling, and design, with expert advice and insider neighborhood knowledge.

Special reports


// Star surgeon is scrutinized on concurrent procedures

New York authorities are probing how a famed prostate specialist manages his vast patient load.


// Documenting Hate: Submit an incident you know about

If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.


// A virus, fished out of a lake, may have saved a man?s life

Dr. Ali Khodadoust earned a place in medical history after having 100 million viruses placed inside his chest.