The Trump presidency

Forget scenic traditions ? Trump vacations in the land of spray tans

General scenes of Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.

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The president?s New Jersey golf club is a pitching-wedge shot away from trucks barreling past on I-78.

// Special counsel in Russia probe reportedly impanels grand jury

The grand jury is located in Washington, according to a Wall Street Journal report, which cited people familiar with the investigation.


// President Trump?s cycle of flimflammery

The stream of falsehoods coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has created a new paradigm: the lie cycle.

// Newsweek?s stunning portrait of ?Lazy Boy? Trump

Newsweek made the bold decision this week to portray President Donald Trump as a couch potato slumped in a leather recliner.

// Trump called N.H. a ?drug-infested den?

?I won New Hampshire because New Hampshire is a drug-infested den,? President Trump privately told Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto.

// 10 moments from Trump?s call with Mexican, Australian leaders

The calls reveal a number of contentious issues on the president?s mind just days after his inauguration.

// Russia and Ukraine got into a weird Twitter spat over US sanctions

A stern warning from Russia prompted an amusing rebuke from Ukraine.

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// Andrew Benintendi?s return to form sparks Red Sox offense in win

Benintendi reached base five times while rookie third baseman Rafael Devers knocked out his third home run.


// Dennis Eckersley is ready to move on, but is David Price?

Eckersley returned to the NESN broadcast booth and made it clear he wants his conflict with the Red Sox pitcher to go away.

A customer is served at a Post Office Square Dunkin? Donuts in Boston in 2010.

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Dunkin? without the Donut? It could happen.

The Canton-based company is testing new signage at a few locations, a spokeswoman said.

// Following fire, Union Oyster House will be closed Friday

One of the assistant managers said the plan is to reopen the restaurant ?as soon as possible.?

// Mass. has more repeat lottery winners than any other state

Some people redeem so many winning tickets that they raise questions about the integrity and oversight of the $5 billion state lottery.

// TD Garden to pay $1.65m after teen sleuths claimed it owed $13m

A group of teenagers discovered the venue had failed to live up to its obligations to hold three fund-raisers a year to benefit the Department of Conservation and Recreation.

// In Michelle Carter?s hometown, opinions vary on justice of her sentence

Residents who spoke to the Globe were split on whether Carter, now 20, received an appropriate sentence for urging Conrad Roy III to kill himself.

// Amanda Knox pens opinion piece in support of Michelle Carter

Knox, who was accused and cleared of a murder in Italy, said Carter should not have been convicted of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging Conrad Roy III to kill himself.


// In the Michelle Carter case, the eyes have it

Judge Lawrence Moniz took great pains to explain that his job was to find that delicate balance between rehabilitation and punishment.

A bullet went through reporter Jack Thurston?s window Tuesday in Winooski, Vt.

Jack Thurston

Bullet goes through NECN/NBC Boston reporter?s home in Winooski, Vt.

Jack Thurston doesn?t believe he was targeted, and said it was likely just a stray bullet.

// Eyeing pot paradise, marijuana company buys entire Calif. town

American Green Inc. wants to turn an old Gold Rush desert town into what it calls ?an energy-independent, cannabis-friendly hospitality destination.?

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Into the light ? that special kind you can only find in Provence

The area has drawn artists and easels forever ? we saw many ? and when we were there in mid-June, darkness didn?t fall till after 10 p.m.

Pedestrian killed by construction vehicle in Norwood

The pedestrian was crossing Broadway this morning when he was hit by a construction vehicle working on the Guild Street bridge project in the area.

// ?Dukes of Hazzard? actor arrested in Waltham

Tom Wopat was arraigned on a charge of groping a woman who was to share the stage with him in a local production of ?42nd Street.?

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// He thought he was dying, but highway chief paved his own road to salvation

Tom Tinlin needed a lot of things to go his way when a blood vessel in his brain burst in April. Fittingly, one of them was traffic.


// 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.


// This gynecologist is taking on Trump, Goop ? and wacky health trends

Careening between empathy, outrage, and snark, Dr. Jen Gunter wants to protect women?s health and take down pseudoscience.