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Updates: Trump in Britain

Queen Elizabeth seems to defend NATO in toast

Queen Elizabeth II used her toast at a state banquet honoring President Trump to deliver a subtle rebuttal to the US president, who is a critic of NATO and the UN. 18 minutes ago
Photos: President Trump in London See some of the signs protesting Trump's visit No, Trump didn't fist bump the queen

DA?s office says Kevin Spacey?s lawyers make ?frivolous? claims
An attorney for the actor asked a Nantucket judge to order that the cellphone of a teen accusing Spacey of sexual assault in 2016 be turned over to the defense. 2 hours ago

Blood found in home of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos

Dulos?s blood was found in several locations where two people matching the description of her estranged husband and his girlfriend were seen on video disposing of trash bags. 45 minutes ago
5 things you should know about the case

In a state full of crumbling bridges, $22 million Providence River span stands out

Proponents say it?s a bridge to the future. Those opposed say it?s a bridge too far.

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If Trump were a bishop, he?d be named Tom Tobin
With his provocative claims about homosexuality, the bishop of Providence insults not just gay people, but everyone?s intelligence.

R.I. bishop faces backlash over tweet


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Stanley Cup Final: Bruins vs. Blues

Dan Shaughnessy

Harry Sinden sees a lot that he likes in this Bruins team

Sinden, now an advisor to the owner, was the coach the last time the Bruins played the Blues in the Final.
Opinion | Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty, Matthew Slater and Duron Harmon

State?s low-income children deserve better education

The state?s aging formula woefully underestimated the resources necessary to give low-income students needed supports and equal opportunities. 2 hours ago

Imprisoned half his life and then arrested 4 months after release, a young man is convicted of murder
Shaquille Brown, 24, was sentenced to life in prison in the 2017 killing of a 20-year-old baggage handler. 2 hours ago

Spoiler alert, ?Jeopardy!? fans: Will James Holzhauer pass Ken Jennings?
Through Friday?s show, Holzhauer had earned $2.46 million and appeared poised to beat Ken Jennings? all-time earnings record.

1 person seriously injured after 3-vehicle accident on I-495 in Chelmsford

One person was taken to the hospital after they were seriously injured in a three-vehicle crash Monday afternoon on Interstate 495 in Chelmsford, State Police said. an hour ago

Airbnb host kicks out black guests in racist exchange
The moment, captured in two viral videos shared by Kenneth Simpson over the weekend, is the latest in a line of racist encounters on platforms like Airbnb. 2 hours ago

The Fine Print: An Airbnb (guest)house of horrors

Dave Epstein
It?s not time to bake in the sun just yet
In my estimation, it?s likely that we will be later than average this year with the first 90-degree day.

Showtime to air documentary on Julian Edelman
The documentary will air June 28 and focuses on Edelman?s underdog journey, with an emphasis on his recent seasons.

Boy dies after being pulled out of water in Hopkinton

Jorge Santiago, 9, was at Sandy Beach when he disappeared under the water in Lake Maspenock on Sunday, according to police.

Those booms you heard in Boston today? They were part of a centuries-old tradition
If you were downtown around noon Monday and heard weapons firing and loud explosions, it was due to the annual parade by the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company.

Religious exemption targeted in Mass. amid measles outbreak

A week after this year?s second case of measles in Massachusetts was diagnosed, a state lawmaker from Haverhill filed a bill that would remove the religious exemption for vaccinating schoolchildren. 2:32 p.m.

Some Encore Boston Harbor restaurants are now taking reservations
With the Encore Boston Harbor?s June 23 opening on the horizon, some restaurants at the $2.6 billion casino resort are now booking tables.

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