Is an aggressive Trump investigation wise for Democrats?

Some Democrats acknowledge that the continued focus on oversight and the Mueller report could translate poorly to voters.

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“For two years [the media] pushed the Russian Collusion Delusion when they always knew there was No Collusion,” President Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.

Chris O’Connell practiced his daily meditation and breathing exercises at Victory Park in Dorchester during last week’s mild temperatures.

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Dave Epstein

Is winter finally in our rear-view mirror?

Odds are we have seen the last of the accumulating snow this year.

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The Boston-based online retailer is experimenting with a brick-and-mortar concept store.

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The administration had previously said that the law’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions should be struck down.

Rent control, long shunned, is back on the table in Massachusetts

A battle is brewing on Beacon Hill over a longstanding hot-button issue in housing: rent control.

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The fantasy sports provider is showcasing its role as a growing employer in the field of consumer technology as it prepares for a debate over whether to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts.

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“We honor and remember the lives of Lt. Ed Walsh and FF. Michael Kennedy, who were tragically killed in the line of duty five years ago today,” the department tweeted.

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This is supposed to be a great year for tight ends, with three elite talents and several midround prospects available in the draft.

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The Trailblazers had just clinched a playoff spot, though there were no cheers or celebrations after Jusuf Nurkic’s gruesome leg injury.

RED SOX NOTEBOOK

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Porcello stayed in Monday’s game against the Cubs and tested negative for a concussion.

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. By Janelle Nanos

Second Mass. State Police trooper faces sentencing in overtime scandal

Retired trooper Gregory Raftery, 48, of Westwood, was the first trooper to plead guilty in the overtime fraud scandal.

Elizabeth Warren tells Stephen Colbert she doesn’t trust William Barr’s summary of Mueller report

The Massachusetts senator and presidential hopeful said she wants to see the special counsel’s full report.

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The Huntington Theatre Company will present a trio of world premieres during its 2019-2020 season.

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.

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

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Linda Lane was told her son’s surgery was covered, then, $12,000 later, that it was not.

School enrollment is down significantly across Cape Cod, which poses a threat to the Cape’s economy.

Chesto Means Business

Loss of school-age kids threatens Cape Cod’s economy

Enrollment fell significantly in nearly every school district across the Cape, compared with the 2008-09 school year.

Editorial

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/03/25/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Advance/Images/Clipboard-0302.jpg Obstruction of justice is no minor footnote

The fact that Robert Mueller was unable to rule out the possibility that the president of the United States may have criminally obstructed justice is no mere side issue, no minor footnote.

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Rumors started flying after someone posted in a Facebook page for Wilmington residents that they had seen a specter in Victorian garb floating through the supermarket recently.

Love Letters: The Podcast

Season Two: How do you meet someone?

Dating in 2019 is…complicated. Frustrating. Sometimes completely exhilarating. In Season 2 of the podcast, Meredith Goldstein goes deep on one of her most-asked questions.

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Munch Madness

Munch Madness

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The top 32 restaurants have advanced to the second round of Munch Madness. Vote to keep your favorites in the running.

Special reports

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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

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

STAT

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Startups are scrambling to figure out how best to respond and when to call the police — questions that even experts don’t have good answers to.

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