The fight is far from over for NBC10, WHDH

Was NBC?s decision to drop Ed Ansin?s WHDH-TV as its Boston affiliate a big mistake?

// Staples chief executive stepping down

Shira Goodman officially got the job in September of 2016 after a deal to buy rival Office Depot fell through.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk across the South Lawn of the White House in Washington during their arrival on Marine One helicopter, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

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Opinion | Renée Graham

The unbearable awkwardness of being Melania

What looked from afar like a marriage of cynical, if mutual, gain is publicly molting under the relentless glare of the White House.

// In Philly, an unusual development: happy fans

Here, the last football championship came seven years before the first Super Bowl was played. And fans are hungry.

// Boston and Philadelphia ? not so different after all

The two cities share a lot, including a history stretching back past the American Revolution.

Family says elderly patient left alone in hospital lobby after heart surgery

The family of an elderly patient said the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center didn?t tell them their father was being discharged after heart surgery.

President Trump spoke at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Friday.

Trump declares America ?open for business?

President Donald Trump said in a speech that the US economic growth is due to his ?America first? agenda and that it also benefits the rest of the world.

President Donald Trump arrived on stage followed by Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Klaus Schwab in Davos Friday.

Trump denies report he ordered Mueller?s firing

?Fake news, folks. Fake news. Typical New York Times fake stories,? President Trump told reporters at the site of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

// Dutch spies caught Russian hackers on tape, reports say

The Netherlands? spy service reportedly broke into the computers used by a powerful Russian hacking group and may be sitting on evidence relating to the DNC breach.

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Co-owners of Summit Spring Inc., Seth Pruzansky (left) and Bryan Pullen stood in their bottling plant in Harrison, Maine.

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These Maine bottlers insist their raw water is safe

The purveyors of Tourmaline Springs Sacred Living Water are trying to distance their company from widespread criticism of trendy untreated drinking water.

// Joe Kennedy to deliver Democratic response to State of the Union address

For many Americans, it will be their first introduction to the latest Kennedy on the political scene.

// Stormy Daniels to appear on Jimmy Kimmel?s show after the State of the Union

After President Trump?s first State of the Union address Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel hopes to keep the presidential conversation going.

Opinion | Andrew M. Fischer and Alan Wright

//[1].jpg Killing cyclists should be a crime ? so why isn?t it treated that way?

Failure to enforce all traffic laws breeds contempt and abuse of the laws by everyone.

// MIT may have just built a better battery

Researchers at MIT say they?ve improved a large-scale battery, opening the possibility of storing massive amounts of renewable energy for a rainy day ? or a day without wind.

Winter Arts Guide 2018

The best of what to see and do around Boston this winter

From art shows to music performances, theater, TV, and dance, Boston?s scene has you covered.

Members of the band Brockhampton in Los Angeles in December.

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Brockhampton reinvents the idea of a boy band

The diverse Los Angeles collective consists of performers, producers, web masters, artists, and more.

From left: Sara Gilbert, Roseanne Barr, and John Goodman reprise their original roles in ABC?s revival of the comedy series ?Roseanne.?

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?Roseanne? resonated then, but what about now?

TV doing what the world of entertainment loves to do ? giving you more of what you?ve liked in the past.

// Vanity Fair removes James Franco from cover after sexual misconduct allegations

??We made a decision not to include James Franco on the Hollywood cover once we learned of the misconduct allegations against him,?? a Vanity Fair spokesperson told the Hollywood Reporter.

// Paris Zoo visitors evacuated after baboons escaped

Paris police intervened Friday to help secure and evacuate the zoo.

Andover High School hockey players at a game on Thursday night.

Details emerge on why Andover coaches were placed on leave

Students were allegedly denied food and water as punishment for losing, leading to three coaches being put on leave amid a state investigation.

// Discounts on Nutella spark chaos in French supermarkets

Brawls have broken out in French supermarkets as shoppers scramble to get their hands on discounted pots of chocolate and hazelnut spread.

2018 Olympics

// Behind the scenes at US Ski and Snowboard?s training center

In Park City, Utah, the top American snowsports athletes have everything they need to take on the world?s best in PyeongChang.

// Sally Coxe Taylor, widow of former Globe publisher, dies at 82

Mrs. Taylor died Thursday of complications from a fall after suffering a head injury a day earlier while walking her dog.

Opinion | Cheyenne Montgomery

// Cheyenne Montgomery: ?Call Me by Your Name? is a dishonest, dangerous film

The movie falsely romanticizes an exploitative relationship between a grown man and a teenager.

The Weddings Issue

// Eight new bridal gown styles feature clean lines and romantic details

The latest dresses make a statement with slim shapes and accents that range from bohemian to edgy.

// The Season Ticket podcast

Yankees GM Brian Cashman talks about New York?s offseason and the rejuvenated Red Sox-Yankees rivalry and Pete Abraham weighs in on the Hall of Fame class.

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Opinion & Ideas


// Mass., other states, must fight back on net neutrality

Maura Healey has staked out an important leading role, but that needs to be followed by action in the Mass. legislature.


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Special reports

Abdulkader Hayani put his daughter Ameenah to bed.

The Last Refugee: A three-part series

A series of occasional articles on the Syrian refugee families resettling here, and the local people assisting them.

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// Among those who want to lower drug prices, cacophony, not consensus

Why can?t the broader health care industry agree on how to make drugs more affordable? Here are five factors.

Real Estate

Tips to prevent a carbon monoxide tragedy

Carbon monoxide is invisible to the senses, and every year, the poison endangers thousands statewide. The top culprit? Your home heating system.