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Trump Applauds Maine Gov. Paul LePage’s Weight Loss

Maine Gov. Paul LePage has slimmed down, and the White House is taking notice. In a press conference announcing a new executive order directing interior secretary Ryan […]

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Gisele Deletes Tweet Promoting Anti-Trump Climate March

Boston’s First Family generally prefers to keep private. But every once in a while, a little tidbit slips out on social media. After Patriots quarterback Tom Brady […]

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Bob Kraft Gave $1 Million for Trump’s Inauguration

Patriots owner Bob Kraft gave $1 million to help pay for the inauguration of Donald Trump, newly released records from the Federal Election Commission show. […]

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The Interview: Sean Spicer

The former Rhode Islander talks SNL, Tom Brady, and what it’s like to speak for America’s most divisive president.

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Central Mass. Still Loves Donald Trump

The first 82 days of Donald Trump’s presidency have seen, among other things, the Hindenburg-like collapse of the Republican’s long-awaited repeal of the Affordable Care Act; botched […]

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Massachusetts’ Environment Is Under Much Greater Threat Than You Think

There’s no way around it, says Ken Kimmell, former head of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). The Trump administration’s planned cuts to the Environmental […]

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Brookline Could Call for Donald Trump’s Impeachment Next Month

Some Brookline residents are fed up with President Donald Trump, and they’re fixin’ to do something about it. A warrant article spearheaded by Lisa Kolarik calls for […]

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Senate Confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

The Senate has confirmed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, after Republicans invoked the so-called “nuclear option” to shred the body’s voting rules and stem off a […]

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Sally Yates Will Be Harvard Law School’s Class Day Speaker

Harvard Law School is bringing in one of the nation’s most prominent attorneys for a big speech: Sally Yates, who was Deputy Attorney General under […]

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Trump’s Budget Cuts Would Be “Devastating” for Local Hospitals

Harry Orf, senior vice president for research at Massachusetts General Hospital, needs only one word to describe the consequences of President Trump’s proposed budget: “devastating.” […]

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Massachusetts Helped Kill the Travel Ban Again

Trump’s travel ban stalled once again last night, as courts in Hawaii and Maryland ruled in favor of a temporary restraining order blocking it for a […]

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Trump’s Proposed Budget Would Gut Health and Science Funding

Massive cuts detailed in President Trump’s budget blueprint could change health and science research as we know it, nationwide and here in Massachusetts. The plan—which is […]

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Ivanka Trump’s Chilean Billionaire Landlord Has Ties to Tom Brady

Ivanka Trump’s Chilean billionaire landlord, who is currently suing the U.S. government over a mine in Minnesota, says he attended a Patriots game four years […]

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City Council Passes Resolution Affirming “Sanctuary” Status for Boston Public Schools

The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve a resolution affirming so-called “sanctuary” status for Boston Public Schools, amidst the Trump administrations’s crackdown on undocumented […]

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Both Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey Vote Against Ben Carson’s Confirmation

The Senate voted 58-41 Thursday morning to confirm Dr. Ben Carson as secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Despite her controversial vote in […]