Paul Manafort talks with Senate investigators

President Trump?s former campaign chair met with Senate Intelligence Committee investigators Tuesday and will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow.

// Stage is set for dramatic health care bill vote today

President Donald Trump urged Republicans to ?step up to the plate? for today?s crucial Senate vote on their bill eviscerating much of the Obama health care law.

// John McCain?s return echoes Ted Kennedy?s final days, but mission is far different

The two senators were both diagnosed with the same form of brian cancer, and both headed to Washington for critical votes.

// Boehner predicts Republicans will ?never? repeal and replace Obamacare

Former House speaker Boehner told a business gathering that Obamacare has ?been around too long. And the American people have gotten accustomed to it.?

Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito.

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Allegations that medical school dean led drug-fueled secret life stun many in Boston

In Boston, Dr. Carmen Puliafito was known as driven and intense, a physician who relished the business of running a clinic as well as his time in the operating room.

The Trump presidency

// Boy Scouts get Trump?s usual song and dance

?Who the hell wants to speak about politics when I?m in front of the Boy Scouts?? President Trump asked. It turned out he did, at least a little.


// Psychiatry group tells members they can comment on Trump?s mental health

The American Psychoanalytic Association told its 3,500 members it could defy the longstanding ?Goldwater rule? and comment publicly on the mental state of the president.

// Man who attacked woman in N.H. gym parking lot due in court

Jordan Lamonde of Portsmouth snuck up behind the 18-year-old last month and punched her 39 times, police said.

Dr. Ann C. McKee ? the lead author of the study and the director of BU?s CTE Center and chief of neuropathology at the Boston VA ? analyzed brain tissue in May at the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank in Jamaica Plain.

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Boston study examines CTE?s toll on football players

Researchers studied the donated brains of 202 players, and interviewed their loved ones about mood and behavioral problems.

// Thousands of records on JFK assassination released online

The documents, from the National Archives, will allow the public to gain a new window into the investigation.

// Dick Lehr writes YA novel inspired by Shawn Drumgold case

Lehr, who teaches journalism at Boston University, wrote a novel inspired by the case of Shawn Drumgold, who spent 14 years in prison for a murder he didn?t commit.

// The pedestrian buttons at crosswalks? They do nothing.

Waiting to cross the street? Press all you want, or don?t ? it doesn?t matter either way.

// ?Not a lot of money? in Hernandez estate, lawyer says

A lawyer for the estate of Aaron Hernandez also said the deal to sell Hernandez?s former home fell through because the buyer ?didn?t want to have a lot of publicity.?

// What makes a marriage last 75 years? This couple spilled the beans

In Natick, John and Helen Kelly shared their secrets of what makes a relationship last.

Juraj Bencat of KiteTucket Kiteboarding School rides the wind off Pocomo Point after sunset.

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For this Nantucket kiteboarder, it?s all about catching the wind

Juraj Bencat can?t get enough of the bird?s-eye view his sport provides.

// Worcester trying to land Pawtucket Red Sox

The Red Sox Triple-A affiliate?s lease at McCoy Stadium runs out in 2020 and the team wants a new ballpark.

// Patriots reportedly meeting with cornerback Brandon Flowers

The veteran has been a free agent since being released last March by the San Diego Chargers.

// Here are the players you won?t see in Patriots training camp this year

Many of the players who were in New England?s training camp a year ago have landed with new teams.

// Disney cuts ties with YouTube star after TV report

The split came after KTLA-TV reported that neighbors were angered over Jake Paul?s antics, which included setting furniture on fire in a pool.

// Al fresco with Fido in Boston sounds good, but city laws limit it

Yappy Hours are prevalent in the summertime, but the laws around them still seem ambiguous.


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// Psychiatry group tells members they can discuss Trump?s mental health

A leading group has told its members they aren?t bound by the rule that prohibits commenting on the mental state of public figures.