The Trump presidency

Trump has been sued 134 times in federal court since inauguration

President Donald Trump.

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President Donald Trump has been sued nearly three times the number of his three predecessors combined at this point during their presidencies.

Yvonne Abraham

//[1]-10134.jpg All smiles as health care flatlines

Behind the macho back-slapping and huzzahs, a vein of cruelty slithers through the process to steal health care coverage from our most vulnerable.

State Senator Mark Green participated in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Nashville.

Trump?s Army pick drops out over LGBT and Muslim comments

The GOP state senator from Tennessee picked by President Trump to be Army secretary has withdrawn his name.

// White House fires its chief usher - the first woman to hold the job

There have been just nine chief ushers since the start of the 20th century - and the White House declined to provide specifics behind Angella Reid?s departure.


epa05944705 Washington Wizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr. (L) is held back by referee Monty McCutchen (C) after shoving Boston Celtics center Kelly Olynyk (R) during the second quarter of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinal basketball game three between the Washington Wizards and the Boston Celtics, at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, USA, 04 May 2017. Washington Wizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr. was ejected from the game. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

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Kelly Oubre retaliated for being ?hit in the head multiple times?

The Wizards forward, who had a concussion in December, explained why he decked Kelly Olynyk in Game 3.

Globe Magazine

Dinner with Cupid

// Blind date: He ?was raised with great manners ? so props to his mom and dad?

Will this single mom be impressed by her date?s good upbringing?


Carly Simon at a performance at the Tribeca Film Festival.


There?s a secret fourth verse to Carly Simon?s ?You?re So Vain?

Simon, who lives on Martha?s Vineyard, sang the missing lyrics for the first time.


//[1][1][1].jpg ?One Big Home,? about Vineyard ?starter castles,? to premiere . . . in the Hamptons

The documentary is about behemoth houses being built on Martha?s Vineyard.


// The Weekender: Goofy ?Guardians,? greaser goddesses, and a Boss bassist

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

Aaron Hernandez

FILE - In this Friday, April 14, 2017, file photo, Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez turns to look toward his fiancee Shayanna Jenkins Hernandez as he reacts to his double murder acquittal at Suffolk Superior Court in Boston. Hernandez?s family is planning a private funeral for the former NFL star in his hometown in Bristol, Conn. A spokeswoman for the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association said Saturday, April 22, that the service is set for Monday, April 24. The former New England Patriots tight end was found hanged in his cell in a maximum-security prison in Massachusetts early Wednesday, April 19. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, Pool, File)

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Aaron Hernandez tells fiancee in final letter that his fate was decided by God

In his final letter to his fiancee before his apparent suicide last month, Aaron Hernandez told her his fate was preordained.

// New details on Aaron Hernandez?s death released in police report

Hernandez had no drugs in his system when he killed himself in his prison cell on April 19, according to the police report.


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Technically, Delta wasn?t wrong. But it sure made mistakes.

Employees followed protocol when they asked the family to give up a seat that Brian Schear insisted was paid for and belonged to him.

Cambridge, MA., 05/04/17, Zack Siegel of Framingham, gets fitted with a tuxedo for his prom. Keezer's, the historic men's new and used clothing store is closing. The owner is Len Goldstein. Globe staff/Suzanne Kreiter

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Keezer?s, a Cambridge staple for 122 years, to close

The Cambridge institution dressed JFK, the BSO, and generations of Harvard students and professors.


// Driver in Billerica auction crash had suspended license

Relatives recalled Leezandra Aponte, one of three killed in the crash, as a woman who held her family in the highest regard.

Photos: The best graduation caps from NU?s commencement

Northeastern University graduates had plenty to say on the tops of their mortarboards this year.

// New arrivals at local zoos: an Eastern bongo and twin agoutis

Births are cause for celebration at Franklin Park Zoo and the Stone Zoo.

Four middle school students hospitalized after eating brownies

The students were taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as a precaution Friday morning.

// Judge reviews case of detained Lawrence immigrant

Leandro Omar Arriaga Gil was arrested at the office of Citizenship and Immigration Services as he applied for legal residency.

Trump Today

// A surprising statement on Australia?s health care

After lauding a US health bill critics say would result in million being uninsured, the president praised Australia?s universal health-care system.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Michael P. Jeffries

// Obamacare repeal is based on racial resentment

Racial resentment toward Barack Obama set off a chain of events that will likely cause 20 million people to lose their health insurance.

Special reports

Summer of ?67

// The summer that changed Boston

The nation was splintering, and Boston wasn?t immune. But something was happening here.


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// Advice on taking real estate photos from a Pulitzer-winning photographer

In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.


// 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.


// The tiny fish that has helped unlock the mysteries of human disease

Through studying zebrafish, Harvard?s Leonard Zon has found genes that cause human diseases.

Real Estate

Four Boston-area homes, including one featured in a film, sold for more than $5 million this week

A Marblehead mansion ? once the set of the 2013 movie ?Grown Ups 2? ? sold for $5,800,000 this week, but was still beat out by a new Back Bay penthouse. The Beacon Street town house sold for $5,950,000. Two three-bedroom Millennium Tower condos also sold ? for $5,450,000 and $5,300,000. Check them out: 474 Beacon St.