Baker irate over ?deliberate? moves made to hide trooper pay

Massport and State Police are pointing fingers at each other over why details on pay for those assigned to Troop F weren?t filed with the state comptroller.

// At the RMV, it was like the bad old days

The introduction of a new driver?s licensing system led to hours-long delays Monday at registry offices across the state.

// Blacks have less faith in city police and courts, poll shows

The Hyams Foundation-commissioned survey explored the opinions and experiences of race relations and racism in Boston?s communities of color.

Kim Jackson (left) greeted Arthur ?Sonny? Walker, 92, who opened the bar that now bears his name nearly 50 years ago.

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?Where else am I going to go?? Roxbury will miss its ?black Cheers?

Sonny Walker?s, formerly the C&S Tavern, was an institution and a haven for generations of black Bostonians.

// Are officers coming around on the idea of body cameras?

Commissioner William Evans said the force ?has seen that it protects their members well.?

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

// Beware: That Amazon ?free trial? could be quite costly

It has become more and more confusing to order and pay for the video entertainment that comes into our homes.

// 2020 Census to add question on citizenship status

California?s attorney general says the state will sue the Trump administration to block the move.

// Troubled kids, families have been Karen Spilka?s main focus

The Ashland Democrat is poised to become state Senate president, one of Beacon Hill?s top posts.

Ground Game

// The Stormy Daniels story doesn?t matter

No matter how much we talk about it, it won?t hurt Donald Trump.

// Speculation in China builds about visit by Kim Jong Un

Heavy security at a Beijing guesthouse that?s hosted prominent North Koreans fueled rumors that Kim was in China.

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March for Our Lives

Thousands of students and others joined Saturday?s march to the Boston Common and rally in support of stronger gun control laws.

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Advocates want to maintain momentum, but how?

With Congress unlikely to make major changes to gun laws, gun safety backers are turning their attention to the mid-term elections.

// Looking to hire more women in tech? Try meeting with some

A group of tech executives wants to make sure their colleagues can no longer argue they?re not hiring women because they don?t know any.

Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown (7) loses the ball as he tries to go up for a shot between Phoenix Suns forward Dragan Bender, right, and forward Marquese Chriss, left, during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, March 26, 2018, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Celtics 102, Suns 94

Suns no match for rolling Celtics

The Celtics finish their four-game trip in Utah on Wednesday night.

Nick Cafardo | On Baseball

// Theo Epstein, once the whiz kid, is now an old hand

The Brookline native, just 44 but with 15 years as a top baseball executive, has three World Series rings and is on his way to Cooperstown.

Josh McDaniels called Robert Kraft the greatest owner in sports and Bill Belichick the best head football coach in the history of the NFL.

Why Josh McDaniels decided to stay in Foxborough

The Patriots offensive coordinator spoke publicly Monday for the first time since he reneged on the Colts? coaching job.

A pickup truck drove through several feet of standing water in September on McClellan Highway in East Boston.

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Citing high costs, engineers stress regional approach to battle city?s rising waters

Environmental specialists also said Boston officials should start neighborhood improvement measures such as creating wetlands and building flood barriers.

Television Review

// The good and bad of a Trump-era ?Roseanne?

The series revival, which debuts Tuesday, works best when it doesn?t try so hard to address the president.


// The naked truth about the Danny Amendola-Olivia Culpo breakup

Amendola wasn?t happy Culpo took her clothes off in SI. Distance also became an issue after Amendola signed with the Dolphins.


// Gronk?s galpal Camille Kostek gets a modeling gig with Sports Illustrated

She?s one of two women with NFL ties chosen in the search for the ?next great swimsuit star.?

// He went from the top US official in Iraq to a ski instructor at Okemo

Paul Bremer, the 76-year-old retired diplomat, made controversial decisions when he led the post-war government in Baghdad.

// Linda Brown, of Brown v. Board of Education, dies

Brown was not allowed to enroll in an all-white school in 1950, setting the stage for the US Supreme Court?s historic 1954 ruling.

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// The Love Letters podcast: How to get over an ex

Is rebound sex empowering, or does it leave you feeling lonelier? Meredith Goldstein investigates.

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Vote now

It?s come down to 8. Which local restaurant will win?

What tastes are on top this year? Tacos, tapas, sticky buns, dim sum, oysters, and more. Make your picks here.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Ernest J. Moniz

// On Iran and North Korea: Don?t trust, and verify, verify, verify

The International Atomic Energy Agency has learned lessons in Iran that it could apply to North Korea.

Modeling?s glamour hides web of abuse

The fashion industry is built on glamour and allure, but many models, especially the very young, know it for something else: sexual exploitation and abuse.


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// Can John and Laura Arnold loosen pharma?s grip on drug prices?

The billionaire couple is pouring considerable money into projects aimed at lowering or rethinking drug prices.

The Big Picture

The Big Picture

2018 Paralympic Winter Games

Scenes from the Paralympics taking place March 9-18 in PyeongChang, South Korea. 670 athletes with disabilities from around the world compete in 80 events in six different sports.


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