Mueller?s obstruction ?punt? has Washington confused

The summary of the Mueller report did not definitively address obstruction allegations against President Trump, and many in Washington don?t know what to make of that.

// Trump accuses FBI officials who investigated him of treason

President Trump said former FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page committed treason when they took steps to investigate his possible ties to Russia during the 2016 campaign.

How close can pot shops be to each other in Boston? There?s some debate about that

City Hall backed two different marijuana shop applicants in the same East Boston neighborhood that are closer together than allowed under new zoning rules.

SWAT team responds to Manchester, N.H. hotel after shots fired, persons barricaded inside

The Quality Inn near Manchester Airport was evacuated Wednesday night, Manchester police said.

// Media outlets oppose request by Robert Kraft, others to keep evidence sealed

The outlets filed a motion in a Florida courthouse opposing the request by lawyers for the Patriots owner and other defendants charged with soliciting prostitution to keep evidence hidden.

// 12 Springfield police officers indicted in assault on black men

The assault was allegedly committed by six off-duty Springfield officers and John Sullivan, 34, owner of Nathan Bills Bar & Restaurant, against four black men in 2015.

// Another lawyer joins Felicity Huffman?s defense team in college admissions scandal

The screen star is charged with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud for allegedly paying to facilitate cheating on her daughter?s SATs.

// Latest push to demolish ACA came after a heated Oval Office meeting on Monday

President Trump?s acting chief of staff convinced him that he could do through the courts what he could not do through Congress: Repeal his predecessor?s signature achievement.

// Barbara Bush said ?angst? over Trump caused her heart problems, according to new book

Barbara Bush has posthumously called out President Trump in a new biography about the influential former first lady.

// A study examined Boston homicides and found bullet size is a matter of life or death

In Boston from 2010 to 2015, there were 221 gun homicides. Research suggests that just one change could have lowered that number by 40 percent: smaller bullets.

// FBI seeks four potential witnesses in Jassy Correia case

The FBI is looking to locate four people who innocently crossed paths with Jassy Correia at the same time Correia was allegedly kidnapped off the street by a Rhode Island man and later killed.


// Jussie Smollett: Forever the boy who cried truth. Or wolf

The lie, whether the ?Empire? actor told one or not, will be one he wears for the rest of his life.

Decorations covered the walls at a 90s-themed party at Harvard Gardens in Beacon Hill.

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As baby boomers and millennials grab headlines, the lost Generation X asks, ?What about us??

With a seemingly endless stream of attention on millennials and the aging boomers, Gen-X has been feeling forgotten, unappreciated, and, frankly, a bit left out.

Gloucester, MA, 03/27/2019 -- Jamie McDonald aka Adventureman (C) pumps his fist as he crosses the finish line of the final leg of his 5,500 mile cross-country run, the equivalent of 210 marathons. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 27runner Reporter: Billy Baker

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Adventureman finds anything but loneliness as he completes an epic long-distance run across US

A Gloucester (UK) man finishing a cross-US run was greeted as a hero in the Massachusetts city with the same name.

Boston, MA - March 27, 2019 - (2nd period) Boston Bruins goaltender Jaroslav Halak (41) makes a save on a shot by New York Rangers defenseman Brendan Smith (42) during the second period. The Boston Bruins host the New York Rangers at TD Garden. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Matt Porter, Topic: 28Bruins-Rangers, LOID: 8.5.818727448.


David Pastrnak?s hat trick sparks Bruins past Rangers

Jake DeBrusk, Patrice Bergeron, and Charlie McAvoy scored Boston?s other goals.


// The Red Sox are back, and for many of us, that means life is better

The distinctive beauty of baseball is that it happens every day, for six months ? and it starts tomorrow!

In this photo provided by ABC, Rob Gronkowski, right, dances as ABC's


So what?s next for Rob Gronkowski?

Whether it?s wrestling, acting, or broadcasting, the Patriots great seems to have a head start on his next career.

Chris Evans arrives at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)


Chris Evans on why he isn?t sure he can support Tom Brady anymore

"If he's still on that Trump train, I might have to cut ties."

As part of the study, participants were given two charts. One was the iconic silhouette of the evolution of ape to man; the other showed stages of evolution from cockroach to human.

Some car drivers say bikers aren?t completely human, Australian study indicates

More than half of car drivers thought bicyclists were not completely human in a study conducted by researchers in Australia.

Love Letters

I figured out he has a long-distance girlfriend and I?m the other woman

For some reason I am still holding out hope that he might come to his senses and choose me.

MOVIES: John Cassavetes and Mia Farrow in Roman Polanski's 1968 film 'Rosemary's Baby.' CREDIT: Paramount Pictures Published in NYT 01/19/03 - ARTS & LEISURE Section Published Caption: John Cassavetes and Mia Farrow in ''Rosemary's Baby'' (1968). (Paramount Pictures) Published in NYT 09/26/04 CONNECTICUT weekly section Published caption Mia Farrow, a resident of Bridgewater will introduce ''Rosemary's Baby'' (a scene from the 1968 movie below) on Oct. 3. (Photo by Paramount Pictures) / / / 28dvdreviews

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So you worry that ?Us? is too scary for you?

Try some of these other very good frightening films.

The Kicker | Magazine

// Meet the lesser-known ghosts of New England

Some say they?ve seen a ghost at the Market Basket in Wilmington. Comedian Josh Gondelman would like to introduce you to some of our region?s other unsung apparitions.


// James A. Winn, who was a writer, BU English professor, and flutist, dies at 71

Dr. Winn wove together a career as an English professor with decades of performances and recordings as an accomplished flutist.

// Who are the James Beard award nominees for 2019?

There are some familiar names on the list (and some exciting new ones, too).



How can white people ?walk the walk? against everyday racism?

Do we confront it, or uncomfortably look the other way?


// Lack of progress on distracted driving legislation is costing lives

Is this the year the Massachusetts Legislature is finally going to crack down on distracted driving?

Opinion | Natasha Sarin and Lawrence H. Summers

// A broader tax base that closes loopholes would raise more money than plans by Ocasio-Cortez and Warren

The best way to begin raising additional revenue from highest-income tax payers is with a traditional tax reform approach of base broadening and loophole closing, improved compliance, and closing of shelters.


// Bittersweet story about bond between cat and dog

?It must be terrible to have to choose between a pet and a place to live.?

// 30 N.H. furniture store workers share $1 million Powerball prize

Each person will walk away with about $33,000, according to the New Hampshire State Lottery.

Love Letters: The Podcast

Love Letters Podcast Season 2

Finding love after trauma

In Episode Five, Meredith Goldstein explores the unique challenges of forging a connection with someone when pain and memory are in the way. Oh, and Erin gets a date.

Listen:   Apple Podcasts   |   Spotify   |   RadioPublic


Munch Madness

Munch Madness

See which restaurants advanced to Round 4

Eight restaurants have advanced to the next round of Munch Madness. Vote your favorites through to the semi finals.

// Joanne Chang is always on the move

The Globe sits down with leaders in the city?s business community to talk about their career paths, work, and accomplishments, as well as their vision for Boston?s future. First up is Joanne Chang of Flour bakery cafes.


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Special reports


You can?t own more than 3 pot shops, but these companies test the limits ? and brag about it

Sea Hunter and Acreage are testing the limits of state regulations on ownership of recreational marijuana stores.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Students stage global protest to speak out on climate change inaction

Students worldwide skipped classes Friday to protest their governments? failure to act against global warming as part of the ?Fridays for Future? movement.

Real Estate

//$medium-9070.jpg Are we ignoring ? or outright banning ? an easy affordable-housing fix?

Mobile homes may be the least expensive and most effective means of addressing the region?s housing shortage.


// After their baby died, medical bureaucrats deepened their anguish

Many people think SIDS has gone away, but thousands of babies a year die suddenly in the U.S. for unexplained reasons. James High was one of them.