Maine health care advocates demand to know: Where?s Bruce?

Bill Trommer, of Leeds, Maine, carried a poster of Representative Bruce Poliquin at the end of a protest held outside of his office.

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After voting to slash Medicaid, New England?s only remaining Republican House member, Bruce Poliquin of Maine, is in the crosshairs for 2018.

Dave Epstein | On Weather

// From snow to sudden heat, it?s a wild weather week

It?s not unusual for us to receive snow in mid-May. It is uncommon, though, to see temperatures swing from one extreme to the other so quickly.

// John Oliver on Trump firing Comey: ?Does he really think we . . . are this stupid??

?It is just inherently suspicious to try and put words in Comey?s mouth as you kick him out the door,? Oliver said.

// Kellyanne Conway says Anderson Cooper?s eye roll was ?possibly sexist?

It was the eye roll seen ?round the world. Here?s what the White House counselor had to say Sunday about the now-viral interaction.

// Family says JetBlue kicked them off a plane over birthday cake

A New Jersey family said JetBlue Airways kicked them off the plane for storing a birthday cake in an overhead bin.

Bruno Cruciani cooked over a grill in the kitchen of Shepard in Cambridge.

John Blanding/Globe Staff

They?re steaming mad about this smoky restaurant

Diners love the smoky flavors of Shepard in Cambridge. Neighbors? Not so much.

// Friends and colleagues remember ?the dean of the biotech community?

Henri Termeer, the former Genzyme chief executive, died Friday at his home in Marblehead.

// Character actor Powers Boothe, of ?Deadwood? and ?Avengers,? dies at 68

Mr. Boothe was known for villain roles in TV?s ?Deadwood,? and the movies ?Tombstone,? ??Sin City? and ?The Avengers.?

// Stuck on Amtrak? Might as well order a pizza

A passenger posted a video of the delivery man walking up to the train Sunday as it sat on the tracks.

// How should employers respond to online criticism?

As more employees use sites like Glassdoor to post criticisms of their employers, companies have to decide how to respond.

Special report


// Finding Lisa: A story of murders, mysteries, loss, and, incredibly, new life

Her father was not who he said he was. He had secrets, secrets that Lisa would uncover, years later, when she set out to answer the question that burned in her: Who am I?


// As week begins, ?ransomware? makes its impact known

Global cyber chaos was spreading as companies booted up computers following the weekend?s cyberattack.


// Police searching for missing Franklin man

Michael Doherty was last seen around 1:30 a.m. Sunday near Phyllis Lane ?where he had been attending a gathering with some friends,?? police said.

// A return to the days of ?Taxachusetts??

For a state that insists the label is outdated, there?s a lot of tax-raising talk on Beacon Hill these days.

// Tensions rise as swastikas are found in UNH dorm

The swastikas came at the end of a week of sit-ins and meetings with administrators to discuss racial insensitivity.

// Harvard Pilgrim employees get unlimited time off

The health insurer has joined the ranks of tech startups that no longer track vacations.

The Trump presidency

// Barron Trump to attend private school in Maryland this fall

The first lady and the president?s 11-year-old son will move to Washington.

// Both parties say if Trump has tapes, he?ll need to give them to Congress

Concern from Democrats and Republicans has mounted about the president?s suggestion that he may have secretly taped conversations with the ousted director.

Game Changers

Real Estate

// When tenants get into trouble, a new city office can help

Boston?s Office of Housing Stability makes a difference, one tenant at a time.

Trump Today

// North Korea takes another ominous step

North Korea said Monday the type of missile it fired over the weekend could carry a heavy nuclear warhead.

Opinion & Ideas

Alex Beam

// I dream of Donald Trump

You may think the daytime Donald Trump is a nightmare, but that is not his only role in dreams.

Special reports

Special section | Game Changers

// Fifty-one bright ideas and breakthroughs for 2017

In a revolutionary place like Boston, innovators and innovations are as common as bad drivers. See who made our annual list.


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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.


// Surgeons plan to use hepatitis-infected hearts to slash transplant wait

After success transplanting hepatitis C-infected kidneys, researchers now plan to try using infected hearts in transplants.

Real Estate

Recent home sales south of Boston (May 12)

1267 Washington St. One-family Raised Ranch, built in 1994, 1,543 square feet, 5 rooms, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on 27,424-square-foot lot.