Schumer, Pelosi say they have deal with Trump on young immigrants

Senator Chuck Schumer and Representative Nancy Pelosi, both Democrats, announced a deal with President Trump.

// There?s a Democratic split over single-payer care (not that you?d notice)

Many are questioning whether a government takeover of the health care system, and the required higher taxes to pay for it, are the right policy for a wounded Democratic party.

Lingering uncertainty about the fate of the Affordable Care Act has spurred the California legislature to consider adoption of a statewide single-payer health care system. The system would probably mean higher taxes, but overall costs for most people would be much lower. (Christophe Vorlet/The New York Times) -- NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH ECON VIEW ADV09 BY ROBERT H. FRANK FOR JULY 9, 2017. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. --

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Single-payer health care may sound appealing, but it?s complicated

Sanders? idea is intriguing, but are Americans really ready for a radical change?

// Boston teachers ratify contract that includes pay raise

The Boston Teachers Union overwhelmingly approved a two-year contract that replaces an agreement that expired in August 2016.

// ?It?s atrocious?: Wellesley residents complain about Airbnb home used for wild party

Neighbors claimed they were stuck cleaning up vomit and Solo cups near the property after a recent gathering there.

17-year-old drowned in N.C. rip current was ?that kid that everyone loves?

Nicholas Vero died Saturday when he got caught in a rip current on the last day of his annual family vacation to the Outer Banks.

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// So you want to hold a ?free speech? rally on Boston Common

A few quick guidelines to make your next terrible event a success.

// A man asked for time alone with his mother. Then he shot her, police say

The R.I. man is accused of shooting his 70-year-old mother to death while she lay in the intensive care unit.

// Kennedy Institute for the Senate picks new president

The Edward M. Kennedy Institute?s board has hired a longtime college administrator to be its new president.

// Feds ban use of Kaspersky software

The Russia-based computer security company has its US headquarters in Woburn.

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Listen to longtime Red Sox fans reminisce on the summer of 1967

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Boston, MA - 9/13/2017 - (4th inning) A banner protesting racism is unfurled over the Green Monster during the fourth inning. The Boston Red Sox host the Oakland Athletics in the second of a three game series at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 14Red Sox-A's, LOID: 8.3.3712452174.

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Group ejected from Fenway for hanging ?Racism Is As American As Baseball? sign

The sign was unfurled over the Green Monster in the fourth inning.


// Red Sox lose to Athletics at Fenway

Doug Fister lasted just four innings, allowing six runs on six hits.

// Father of suspect in Groton killings struggles to understand

Orion Krause, a talented musician and Oberlin College graduate, is accused of fatally beating his mother, maternal grandparents, and a caretaker.

Charlestown, MA -- 9/6/2017 - The North Washington Bridge which connects Charlestown to the North End will be rebuilt in the relatively near future. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 07charlestown Reporter:

Another big bridge project starting soon in Boston

The North Washington Street Bridge, the easternmost crossing over the Charles River, will be replaced in a project that could last as long as five years.

The actual bodega part of Bodega in Boston?s Back Bay.

This startup by two ex-Google workers has people steaming ? especially in Boston

Can there be only be one Bodega?

09/13/2017 WALTHAM, MA Ivelisse Florentino (cq) (center) gets on the bus with her 3 children outside their temporary housing at the Home Suites Inn in Waltham. L-R Emily Familia (cq) 16, Daniel Santana (cq) 9, and Daniela Santana (cq) 10. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

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Is putting a homeless family in a motel room the right choice?

One family?s story puts a spotlight on one of the state?s most difficult and emotional entitlement programs, now at the core of the lawsuit.

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Ambitious Rhode Island music fest ends in chaos

The Newport Contemporary Music Series boasted a star-studded lineup, but it cratered amid charges of broken promises, rank amateurism, and more than $100,000 in unpaid musicians fees.

// Martin Shkreli has bail revoked after Facebook post on Hillary Clinton

Shkreli is headed to jail while awaiting sentencing after he posted an offer to pay $5,000 for securing a strand of Hillary Clinton?s hair.

McCrae Williams, a graduate of Noble and Greenough School in Dedham who had been recruited to play lacrosse at Lafayette College, died at 5 p.m. Monday.

Weston teen attending Pa. college died of head injuries, autopsy finds

McCrae Williams suffered ?blunt force head injuries? that caused his death at the Easton, Pa., college, but how he got them is still under investigation.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders spoke Wednesday.

White House press secretary says Jemele Hill?s comments are a ?fireable offense?

Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday that she thinks the ESPN anchor?s criticism of President Trump is a ?fireable offense.?

// Hurricane Jose continues its weird loop in the Atlantic

It?s not known where Hurricane Jose will go after it completes its loop in the Atlantic Ocean.

// Bernie & Phyl?s is at it again with racy T ads

The agency behind the company?s edgy subway car ads says they are getting under people?s skin and business is booming.

Special reports

// A hockey pro dies, and coach he said raped him is free

David Gove, a former Cape Cod hockey prodigy, is dead at 38. Felony charges have been dropped against the coach he said raped him as a boy.


// This week in weed

Witness the birth of the marijuana industry in Massachusetts and catch up on national pot headlines every Saturday.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Thomas J. Hynes Jr.

// Boston has what Amazon is looking for

We have the intellectual capital and talent and should go all out to lure Amazon.

Fall Arts Preview 2017

Fall Arts preview

// A guide to the best of what to see and do in Boston

A complete guide to movies, music, books, arts, theater, and family events in the Greater Boston area this season.