The Trump presidency

Analysis

?It?s a disaster zone,? says presidential historian

Donald Trump is only four months into his young presidency. He?s politically wounded and faces a minefield of Russia-related investigations ahead.

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President Trump reacted to James Comey?s comments in a news conference Friday with the president of Romania.

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President Trump talked about James Comey, NATO, and Qatar during a Friday press conference.

Ground Game

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On one level, it?s a gathering of the rich and powerful. On another, the gathering in Utah is America?s establishment acting like it?s supposed to act.

THOMAS FARRAGHER

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When a restaurant fire left three dozen workers unemployed, many from overseas, the Cape Cod community stepped up to wash the anxiety away.

A cycling team wears

SHIRA SPRINGER I FAIR PLAY

A powerful message behind getting ?chicked?

Female athletes are reclaiming the sexist term and using it to express pride in their achievements.

Names

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Boston Pride is apologizing for posting a link to an article that angered some in the transgender community and prompted calls for a boycott of two Pride events this weekend.

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Just 43 percent of MLB teams hold Pride events, but Red Sox are one of them

A ceremony will precede Friday?s game as part of Boston Pride Week.

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?It is believed that this represents the DEA?s largest seizure of a fentanyl precursor in the New England Region in recent years,? the US attorney?s office says.

LIFESTYLE

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This is the droid you?re looking for, if you?ve got a spare $1 million ? or more.

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S&P Global Ratings said Friday it is reducing the state?s rating on notch, to the third-highest tier.

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The biological father of Bella Bond also resumed testifying Friday about how he learned from Rachelle Bond that the toddler was dead.

MIT president L. Rafael Reif (left) chatted with Tim Cook during the procession Friday.

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Apple CEO to MIT grads: ?Don?t listen to trolls, and for God?s sake don?t become one?

Apple?s Tim Cook urged MIT graduates to infuse their work with human values.

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To prosecutors, Michelle Carter transformed words of affection into a brutally cold directive to Conrad Roy III.

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The cases of Michelle Carter and the students whose Harvard acceptances were rescinded have parents worried about how to protect their children from the trouble they can get into online.

Opinion | Douglas Murray

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The young were the future once. Not anymore.

Quick Study | Evan Horowitz

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Pundits and participants are still trying to gauge the full fallout from the vote, but here are some preliminary thoughts.

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In a strange twist, the man who found the purse had graduated from high school with the woman who had lost it.

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Around 10 p.m. Thursday, the Massachusetts State Police received reports that a group of hikers got lost in the Milton reservation.

45th member of Columbia Point Dawgs pleads guilty

Israel Delacruz pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to distribute cocaine.

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Opinion & Ideas

Editorial

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The British election holds consequences, including for Washington.

Special reports

Spotlight follow-up

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A former MGH anesthesiologist charges in a lawsuit that orthopedic surgeons at the hospital put patients at risk and defrauded the government.

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

Investigations

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

STAT

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Public health authorities are grappling with how to get the message about the risk the virus poses out to pregnant women.