The Trump administration

Democrats are seeing a surge in local activism

A wave of political dissent has swept the country, causing a surge of activity on the ground floor of the Democratic Party.

// Trump’s moves could embolden unscrupulous employers

The possibility of arrest could keep undocumented workers from speaking out about unsafe conditions, advocates say.

// Feds may crack down on states that have legalized marijuana

‘‘I do believe that you’ll see greater enforcement of it,” Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, said of federal law.

Governor Charlie Baker signed a transgender public accommodations law bill into law last July, which he says will protect Mass. students in the wake of President Donald Trump’s move to lift similar federal protections.

Students will be ‘protected’ and ‘safe’ in Mass., Baker says

In July, Governor Charlie Baker signed a transgender public accommodations law.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Millennials may never get out of their parents’ homes

Why has living at home become so en vogue among millennials?

// Frantic carjacking victim escaped to Boston pizza shop

A startled man who rushed into a Tremont Street pizza shop said he was kidnapped by a man wanted in connection with a Peabody double murder.

// Officials announce break in Marcotte murder case

Authorities say they have DNA and are seeking a person of interest in the murder of Vanessa Marcotte.

// BC professor took a selfie every day for decades

Karl Baden has photographed his face every day since Feb. 23, 1987, with one exception.

// Daylight shooting in Dorchester leaves person hospitalized

Boston police said the shooting happened near 24 Havelock St. shortly before 1:30 p.m.

Michelle Williams and Casey Affleck in a scene from “Manchester by the Sea.”

Claire Folger/ Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions

For this Manchester resident, ‘Manchester by the Sea’ is a ‘soul-sucking letdown’

“Manchester by the Sea” should be a movie that speaks to me. Not only am I a film reviewer, I’m also a resident. So why am I feeling so disappointed?

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// Manchester-by-the-Avocado-Fries

Locals all over Cape Ann who’ve seen the Casey Affleck film recognize that it’s more about Gloucester than Manchester-by-the-Sea.

// Dr. Mildred Dresselhaus, much-honored MIT physicist, dies at 86

Dr. Dresselhaus, a physicist and an institute professor emerita at MIT, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Red Sox


// Pablo Sandoval was in fine shape for Red Sox opener

The slimmed-down third baseman started vs. Northeastern, and it was good to see him playing again.


// What’s next for Katie Nolan at Fox Sports?

Her “Garbage Time” appears to be up, but the network would be wise to make good use of her.

// Fun stats about this weird winter warmth

Thursday’s high of 68 degrees put it in a three-way tie for the second-warmest February day ever recorded in Boston.

It was just under an hour wait for a hot dog at Sullivan’s.

David L Ryan/Globe Staff

Sully’s is open and the lines were massive today

Sullivan’s — the concession stand at Castle Island — opened two days early due to good weather and the crowds showed up en masse.


Celtics decide to stay the course rather than wheel and deal

The NBA’s trade deadline passed Thursday without any deals involving the Celtics.


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Trump Today

// Trump Today: Ivanka wants a $500b child care deduction

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• Schedule: Where the president is today

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Opinion & Ideas

Renée Graham

// We live (and die) by our laws

When traditionally marginalized groups lose their rights, they also lose their sense of self-worth.

Special reports

// A life taken, but also a life lost

How did 14-year-old Raeshawn Moody wind up becoming among the youngest to face a murder charge in Boston?


The Desperate and the Dead | Part 7

// The San Antonio solution

One Texas city took on mental health as a community and became a national model. Why can’t Mass. do the same?