Trump ?terminates? NAFTA, enters new deal with Mexico

President Donald Trump said he'll be calling the emerging agreement the ?United States-Mexico Trade Agreement? and said Canada can join the accord later.

// No bail for Springfield murder suspect

As some 20 relatives and friends of the victims looked on, Stewart Weldon appeared briefly in court Monday morning.

// Attleboro police wound armed man after exchange of gunfire

Two Attleboro police officers who exchanged gunfire with a Rhode Island man Monday provided life-saving first aid to the suspect after they wounded him, the city?s mayor said Monday.

// Temps to rise to 97 in Boston on Tuesday, Wednesday

The potential for a heat wave is upon us, as hot and muggy weather ? with near record high temperatures ? returns to the Boston area.

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// How long is this heat wave going to last?

There is virtually no chance of precipitation until Thursday when a cold front moves into the area.

// Tom Brady cuts WEEI interview short over questions about Alex Guerrero

Brady said ?I don?t want to get into it? when asked about his personal trainer and business partner.

// What we learned about Tom Brady, the Patriots in Mark Leibovich?s Big Game

Mark Leibovich may be the only person to conduct interviews inside both the White House and Tom Brady?s top-floor Manhattan apartment.

Bill Belichick has given Riley McCarron several shots at returning punts this preseason, which is often a good sign for his chances to make the 53-man roster.


Projecting the Patriots? 53-man roster: How will depth issues affect things?

There is a good possibility that the final spots will be given to players currently not in New England.

// Mass. launches office to oversee scandal-plagued State Police

The Internal Special Audit Unit for State Police won?t fall under the department?s purview. Instead, it will be a division of the Inspector General?s office, an independent state agency.

// Sinking of Nathan Carman?s boat was ?entirely accidental,? lawyers say

The assertion came in court papers filed in federal court in Rhode Island, where the insurer of Carman?s vessel is suing him in an effort to quash his $85,000 claim on the sunken vessel.

Starts & Stops

// App updates make bus tracking a little easier

The popular mobile app Transit added new features this summer to make it a little more clear just where your bus is.

// Nation?s top student loan official resigns

The top government official overseeing the $1.5 trillion student loan market resigned Monday, citing what he says is the White House?s open hostility toward protecting nation?s millions of student loan borrowers.

An agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives left the Katz family home in Baltimore on Sunday.

Neighbors: There was ?nothing remarkable? about gunman

Said one neighbor of David Katz and his family: ?We have lived here for a long time, and we never talk to them.??


// Endorsement: Secretary of State Bill Galvin deserves Democratic nomination

Democrats should nominate Galvin for a capstone term as Secretary of State.

// ?He?s going to be paralyzed from the waist down for life?

Patrick Landis, who survived a plane crash Friday in Hanson, remains in critical condition at Tufts Medical Center.

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// A final column, but not the last opinion

This is my last column in the business section ? for a while.

// Another great white shark spotted in waters off Cape

Video footage showed a shark lurking in Buzzards Bay on Sunday. Beaches across Cape Cod have had periodic closures this summer as sharks become more common in the area.

John McCain: 1936-2018

(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on August 24, 2018 shows US Senator John McCain and US President Donald Trump. - One of John McCain's final wishes, as he struggled against a devastating brain cancer, could not have been more clear: He made it known that he did not want Donald Trump to attend his funeral. US senator John McCain, a celebrated war hero known for reaching across the aisle in an increasingly divided America, died Saturday after losing a battle to brain cancer, his office said. He was 81. (Photos by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI and MANDEL NGAN / AFP)BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI,MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

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Trump didn?t want to issue statement praising McCain

White House staff drafted a statement before the senator died, but President Trump told aides he wanted to post a brief tweet instead.

// Flags at White House back at full staff after McCain?s death

The flags at the White House, which were lowered over the weekend to mark the death of Senator John McCain, are back at full-staff.

// John McCain?s Vietnamese jailor said he had great respect for his prisoner

?I liked him personally for his toughness and strong stance,? said Tran Trong Duyet, who ran the infamous ?Hanoi Hilton.?

Here?s a look at the candidates on the Sept. 4 primary ballot, with biographies reported and compiled by Globe staff and correspondents. Candidates have also filled out a brief survey at our request.

// Primary guide: The crowded Third Congressional District field

Here?s a look at the crowded field of candidates seeking to represent the Third Congressional District.

// Primary guide: A primer on the Seventh District race

Meet the candidates seeking to represent the Seventh Congressional District.

// Primary guide: Attorney General

Meet the candidates running to become the state?s attorney general.

Election date: Tuesday, Sept. 4

Polling hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Primaries 2018: Governor

// Bob Massie brings a progressive agenda, eclectic background

The 1994 Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor is looking to pull off a political resurrection.

Primaries 2018: Governor

// From gubernatorial candidate Jay Gonzalez, a promise to be bold

In these cynical times, the Democrat?s political style can be described as aggressively earnest.

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// Will it matter that Greg Henning skipped the last major debate for Suffolk DA?

Henning said he objected to the debate?s format. Others suspected he was avoiding an audience more favorable to his opponents.

Full primary guide

// Harvard researchers say climate change will impact diets of millions worldwide

Crops such as rice and wheat become less nutritious when carbon dioxide levels are higher, the researchers from the Harvard said.

The new

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Colorful ?parklet? draws downtown pedestrians

Green paint, outdoor seating with orange umbrellas, and potted plants surrounded by a bike lane delineate this special section of Franklin Street.

// Jay-Z not hurt after fan rushes stage during show

Anthony Maxwell, 26, will face a number of charges, Atlanta police say.

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 23: Jemele Hill speaks onstage at the Genius Talks sponsored by AT&T during the 2018 BET Experience at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 23, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for BET)

Jemele Hill, known for being outspoken at ESPN, is leaving the network

Hill, who found controversy for her views on culture and politics at the sports network, will go in a different direction, according to reports.

From the Sunday Boston Globe

Patricia Carbajal started to break down as Univision announced that the Temporary Protected Status that has allowed her to reside in the United State legally for 19 years has been revoked.

After 19 years, the US has become home. But for how much longer?

For nearly two decades, the US government had given Patricia Carbajal permission to stay in this country, to work, to put down roots. But, now, in a moment, everything could change.

Chicago police and protesters at the Democratic National Convention in 1968.

David M. Shribman | Analysis

Chicago 1968: When it all changed

Fifty years ago, at the Democratic National Convention, anarchy eclipsed the democratic process and made it feel irrelevant.

Opinion & Ideas


// Endorsement: Secretary of State Bill Galvin deserves Democratic nomination

Democrats should nominate Galvin for a capstone term as Secretary of State.

Special reports

// TSA says air marshals don?t follow ?ordinary? travelers. Some ordinary travelers beg to differ

She?s a social media manager for an arts-and-crafts company, and somehow became a target of a secret TSA surveillance program.


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// Experts call for reversing decision to deny Ebola vaccine to pregnant women

The exclusion of pregnant and lactating women from an Ebola vaccination campaign should be reversed, the experts argue.

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// Seattle?s mayor talks growing pains that offer some lessons for Boston

Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan spoke at a Globe event on how innovation is shaping our world, and she?s in high demand among the hundreds of mayors gathered in Boston.


// More about Last Seen: The Largest Unsolved Art Heist ever

A true-crime podcast about the most valuable ? and confounding ? art heist in history: the theft of 13 irreplaceable artworks from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.

Love Letters: The Podcast

// Getting over a breakup

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

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Real Estate


//$medium.jpg Spring House Hunt: Should parents buy property in a college town?

As the spring house hunt gets underway and National College Decision Day nears, thoughts are turning to campus housing.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

A home, but for how long?

The Trump administration canceled the program that had allowed Patricia Carbajal to create a life as a mother, a construction worker, and a budding activist.


// Play the crossword

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