President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address at the Capitol on Tuesday.

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President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address at the Capitol on Tuesday.

Dozens of female lawmakers wore white to the speech.

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Dozens of female lawmakers wore white to the speech.

Female lawmakers cheered after Trump remarked on the number of women in Congress.

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Female lawmakers cheered after Trump remarked on the number of women in Congress.

Senator Elizabeth Warren during Trump?s speech.

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Senator Elizabeth Warren during Trump?s speech.

Trump calls for end of resistance politics in State of Union

Facing a divided Congress for the first time, President Donald Trump on Tuesday called on Washington to reject "the politics of revenge, resistance and retribution." He warned emboldened Democrats that "ridiculous partisan investigations" into his administration and businesses could hamper a surging American economy.

// Abrams blasted shutdown ?stunt? in Democratic rebuttal

Stacey Abrams stepped into the brightest spotlight of her political career Tuesday night with a speech that chided President Trump and Republicans for political gamesmanship.

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke to reporters last month.

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Elizabeth Warren faces new questions about heritage amid apology effort

The lingering questions about her claims are an unwelcome distraction for Warren campaign days before she is expected to make her candidacy for president official.

// Pope acknowledges priests, bishops have sexually abused nuns

Pope Francis has for the first time publicly acknowledged the scandal of priests and bishops sexually abusing nuns and says he is committed to doing more to fight the problem.

// Boston fire thanks Mayor Walsh for stopping for car fire on I-93

As if playing host to 1.5 million jubilant Patriots fans wasn?t enough, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh apparently stopped on the highway to help a driver whose car was on fire.

Among his many roles in the newsroom, Mr. Driscoll (at left in 1971) served as assistant to legendary Globe editor Thomas Winship.

John S. Driscoll, longtime editor who led the Globe for seven years, dies at 84

John S. Driscoll, 84, of Rye, N.H., who died Tuesday, was a longtime editor who led The Boston Globe for seven years.

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// Bruins get past Islanders

Patrice Bergeron scored twice in his 1,000th game as a Bruin.

The Massachusetts General Hospital campus.

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$50m gift to Mass. General will support several projects

Massachusetts General Hospital has received one of its largest gifts ever ? $50 million from philanthropists James S. and Carol J. Herscot.


// Take a look inside Big Papi?s house in Weston, which could be yours for $6.3 million

The 8,100-square-foot house at 16 Driftwood Lane has six bedrooms, seven baths, and a basement theater and bar space made to look like Fenway Park.


Another champion team shares a warm embrace with its fans

The Patriots? triumphant parade down Boylston Street showed that none of this has lost any steam over 17 years.

Patriots fans along Tremont Street for the Patriots parade.

An estimated 1.5 million jubilant fans show Patriots pride at parade

Players and their families rode duck boats, waved to revelers, and basked in the glow of the franchise?s sixth title.

//[1].jpg 10 moments from the Patriots parade you?ll want to see

If you were stuck at work or school and couldn?t enjoy the festivities, don?t worry ? we?ve got you covered. Here were some of the most interesting moments from the day.

// These photos show just how massive the 2019 Patriots parade crowd was

One of the biggest crowds ever flocked to Boston Tuesday to celebrate the New England Patriots winning Super Bowl 53.


// Everything the Patriots needed, they got

Versatility and adaptability have long been the Patriots? calling cards, never more so than to cap this surprise championship season.

// Tom Brady partied hard after the Super Bowl

Brady acknowledged he took a short break from his strict diet after the Patriots defeated the Rams in Atlanta.


// No litmus test for single-payer health care

The Democratic debate needs more political and policy realism ? and not more lefty litmus tests.

Opinion | Diane Hessan

// Happy about Trump?s low approval ratings? Not so fast.

Many Republicans are fed up with Trump, too. But that doesn?t mean they won?t vote for him again.


/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/02/05/ The government shutdown was supposed to hurt the economy. It didn?t.

Far from suffering a grievous blow because of the 35-day standoff, the US economy surged.


// Why should a billionaire with an open checkbook drive the impeachment crusade against Trump?

California billionaire Tom Steyer is doubling down on his personal impeachment crusade.

A bipartisan bill in New Hampshire?s Legislature would legalize, tax, and regulate pot sales.

New Hampshire?s opioid crisis looms over marijuana legalization debate

Over four hours, dozens implored New Hampshire lawmakers to either join, or stand apart from, the state?s neighbors on all sides that have legalized pot.


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They were the top of their class at Boston public schools. Then life happened

Read a multi-part investigation into how and why the lives of promising Boston valedictorians didn?t quite turn out the way they expected.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Highlights from the Patriots Super Bowl parade

Patriots fans filled the streets to celebrate New England?s sixth Super Bowl win.