Senate testimony offers look at meeting in Trump Tower

Newly released documents provide a window into the probe of Russian influence on the 2016 presidential campaign.

// In veiled shot at Trump, Tillerson warns democracy at risk

The former secretary of state said a growing national crisis of ethics and integrity has put American democracy at risk.

// Trump reports apparent Daniels reimbursement in disclosure filing

President Trump reported reimbursing his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, for an expenditure over $100,000 last year - an apparent reference to the $130,000 that Cohen paid to ensure the silence of Stormy Daniels.

// Marijuana businesses are coming, but they still face challenges

Industry observers predict that fewer than a dozen retail pot shops will open in Massachusetts in July because of an array of problems the businesses face.

Yvonne Abraham

// Is gambling here to stay?

How do you beat back this predatory industry once the roulette wheels start turning and the state?s cut begins rolling in?

// Mount Ida official tells Senate, ?We had a perfect storm of failures?

Frustrated lawmakers spent hours questioning Carmin Reiss, chair of Mount Ida?s Board of Trustees, and University of Massachusetts Amherst leaders.

Former Steward Health Care executive files harassment suit against company

Claudia Henderson said she was subject to sexual and racial comments that were part of a management culture that demeaned women and blacks.

Despite promises, some low-paid nursing home workers are still waiting for wage increases

A state report found that 12 nursing homes still have not given out public money intended to boost wages for nursing home staff.

// When Democratic candidates for governor debate, they may take their gloves off

Now that the Democratic field is down to two, tearing down an opponent can only be good news for the attacker.

Tom Wheeler, FCC chairman under Obama, wants to make sure that Internet providers protect the privacy of users.

Tech Lab

The real reason the Net neutrality fight goes on

The bill passed by the Senate Wednesday will almost certainly be defeated in the GOP-dominated House. But Congress is just one front in the fight to save the regulations.

// Mystic River cleanup near Everett casino costs Wynn Resorts nearly double original estimates

After 18 months of work and nearly a million tons of soil removed, Wynn Resorts has finished the cleanup at the site of its casino in Everett.

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The outdoors are calling: Where and how to spend time outside

All the best spots for hiking, gardening, picnicking, and more?and advice on how to tackle the stains that come with them.

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Cambridge, MA--5/14/2018-- People walk past an Ant Bicycle parked outside of the Garment District on Broadway is seen in Kendall Square. dockless bike share (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 12bikeshare Reporter:

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

A bike-share border war has started in Boston

Boston officials are taking action against Ant Bicycle, a Cambridge startup whose sudden march is already testing the city?s governance of the fast-changing bike rental industry.

Boston, MA: 5-16-18: The Red Sox Xander Bogaerts (right) is greeted by teammate J.D. Martinez (left) after he crossed the plate following his botttom of the 6th inning three run home run. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Oakland Athletics in an MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

RED SOX 6, A?S 4

Red Sox play long ball, avoid sweep by A?s

J.D. Martinez and Xander Bogaerts both went deep to spark the offense as Boston ended a two-game skid.

// Blake Swihart?s agent asks Red Sox for trade

The little-used catcher/utility player would like to stay, but said he needs an opportunity to play.


// Celtics making path to NBA Finals a mission possible

There?s nothing improbable about the better team leading, two games to none, in the Eastern Conference finals.

From left, Eric Savetsky, executive director of the Nantucket Land Bank; Sean Oberly, supervisor of the Miacomet Golf Course; and Neil Paterson, chairman of the Nantucket Land Bank. Land Bank officials say a dorm for seasonal workers is needed on the course to address the island?s housing crisis, which has made it so hard to find affordable apartments that some workers have been sleeping on basement floors or in old shipping containers.

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On Nantucket, wealthy residents oppose housing for seasonal employees

A dorm is needed to address the island?s housing crisis, which has made it so hard to find affordable apartments that some workers have been sleeping on basement floors or in old shipping containers, officials say.

Shirley Leung

// Salaries at this Boston company rank among highest in US

For the first time, we have a rough sense of what rank-and-file employees earn at publicly traded companies and how that compares to the CEO.

// 5 facts about the abandoned T tunnel under City Hall Plaza you may get a chance to tour

Beneath the brutalist structure of Boston City Hall is a dusty, abandoned train tunnel that was once a part of America?s first subway line.

Two men played golf as an ash plume rose in the distance from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island on Tuesday.

Here?s the story behind the photo of golfers who kept golfing as a volcanic ash plume rose behind them in Hawaii

It was the photo seen ?round the world ? the world of golfers, at least.

Prince Harry (right) and his fiancee, American actress Meghan Markle, in April.

Meghan Markle?s bridesmaids have been revealed. Here?s who they are

One of the bridesmaids at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle includes 3-year-old Charlotte.

Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek in Jamaica.


Gronk and galpal kick back in Jamaica

The Patriots party boy, who turned 29 Monday, posted a picture of himself and Camille Kostek to Instagram.

Saison Rosé from Brewery Ommegang


Four wine beers you should try immediately

Wine-beer hybrids will soon be everywhere, brewed by your favorite brands and as on-trend as last year?s rosé-all-day movement.

// Some science behind why you heard Laurel or Yanny (or both)

Be honest: Which do you hear ? Laurel or Yanny? Here?s why you heard what you heard.

Listen: Yanny or Laurel?

Love Letters

// I love her, but I feel like I?m her boy toy

Will his recently separated older girlfriend ever get serious about him?

Love Letters: The Podcast

Love Letters Podcast

// Getting over a breakup

Meredith Goldstein explores how to move on when a relationship ends.

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Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Justin Trudeau

// Canada?s crucial investment in tech and innovation

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explains how Canada is investing in the knowledge-based economy as a way to create a better society.


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Real Estate

Recent home sales in Boston and Cambridge (May 16)

ALLSTON: 47 Mansfield St.; One-family Colonial, built in 1910, 1,941 square feet, 8 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, on 7,321-square-foot lot.