The Trump presidency


Trump may have been badly damaged by Comey testimony

Donald Trump is only four months into his presidency, but he?s politically wounded and faces a minefield of Russia-related investigations.

// Trump says he would deny under oath pressuring Comey

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

Mitt Romney spoke at a three-day summit at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley, Utah on Friday.

Voltage for E2 Summit

Ground Game

At Romney?s elite summit, the establishment could strike back

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.

Two US soldiers killed and two others wounded in attack by Afghan soldier

Two US soldiers were killed and two others were wounded in an attack by Afghan soldier, an official said.

Ideas | James S. Murphy

// ?Free college? shows how big ideas always get sanded down

How ?free college? turned into a modest scholarship plan.

Jacob Geanous

Child struck, killed by commuter rail train in Salem

The incident occurred around 8 p.m., officials said.

// House will remove 1-word impediment to pregnancy rights legislation

The House, facing blowback over a controversial one-word change in a pregnant workers? rights bill, has backed down.

// Officials, residents pack State House hearing to debate immigration bill

The hearing focused on a controversial immigration bill called the Safe Communities Act.

// ?I love you. Kill yourself.?

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

// State?s bond rating downgraded despite growth

S&P Global Ratings said it is lowering the state?s rating one notch because Beacon Hill leaders have failed to replenish the state?s rainy day fund.

EASTHAM, MA - 6/07/2017:Four gannets at Wild Care in Eastham are being treated for a mystery ailment and are close to being reintroduced to the wild. They came in displaying neurological symptoms, including being unable to hold their heads up. They had no visible signs of physical trauma (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC

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A mysterious ailment is killing birds on Cape Cod

Since April, the plunge-diving northern gannets have been washing up dead or dying along the South Shore and Cape Cod.

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Boston Pride festivities will have a theme of ?Stronger Together?

The parade kicks off at noon in Copley Square and the festival, including concerts, will run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on City Hall Plaza.

Paradegoers headed down Clarendon Street during the 2016 Pride Parade.

Everything you need to be ready for the Boston Pride parade

Here?s everything you need to know about the route, how to get there, and more.

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Warm, sunny Saturday to be followed by potential heat wave

Saturday will be warm and bright, while Sunday could bring the start of a heat wave, forecasters said.

Sofia Boutella in ?The Mummy.?


The Weekender: Witches, Warhols, and women in prison

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

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 09: Prime Minister Theresa May speaks outside 10 Downing Street after returning from Buckingham Palace on June 9, 2017 in London, England. After a snap election was called by Prime Minister Theresa May the United Kingdom went to the polls yesterday. The closely fought election has failed to return a clear overall majority winner and a hung parliament has been declared. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Britain?s May feels pressure in election?s aftermath

British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would remain as head of the government even as her two top advisers resigned.

// No medical evidence that stomach blow killed Bella Bond

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

Stoyan Georgiev traveled more than 4,500 miles to work on Cape Cod for the summer. When he arrived, he found the place he was employed had closed due to a fire.

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Provincetown community rallies around seasonal workers

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

Starts & Stops

// MBTA is looking into late-night service?again

The T is taking steps that could bring late-night service back ? albeit in a very different format.

// ?You come out for a wedding and maybe you want to become a donor?

In the polarizing Trump era, less political non-profits are watching revenues cautiously, and in some cases, finding increasingly creative ways to raise money.

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Beyond Kimbrel, Red Sox bullpen has been better than you think

The Sox are 25-0 when leading after seven innings and 29-0 when leading after eight.

// On the Cape, baseball is more than just a game ? it?s a community thing

The Cape Cod Baseball League games are a lot cheaper than the ones at Fenway: They?re free.

Love Letters

// Snap judgments hamper this relationship

Now it?s been a week and he hasn?t contacted me at all. Should I take this as him distancing himself from me and move on?

Confidential tips

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Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Douglas Murray

// Britain?s young vote for the future by voting for the past

The young were the future once. Not anymore.

Special reports

Spotlight follow-up

// Whistle-blower files suit over alleged double-booked surgeries

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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// 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.


// ?Part of the new reality?: Despite confusion, Zika warnings are here to stay

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

Real Estate

An exclusive sneak peek at the South End Garden Tour

The Trustees of Reservations will hold its 24th annual South End Garden Tour on Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Artists will be painting in the gardens this year and will sell their works at the reception after the tour.