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Biden says Trump used ‘language of Hitler’s Germany’ after former president posts video touting ‘unified Reich’

Donald Trump posted a video on his social media network Monday that included references to a “unified Reich” among hypothetical news headlines. The post was deleted Tuesday morning.

Boston police commissioner to illegal drag racers, ‘revelers’: ‘Do not come to Boston this summer’

As city leaders rolled out the 2024 summer safety plan, Boston Police Department Commissioner Michael Cox warned officials will be cracking down on people who engage in illegal drag racing on Boston streets.

Biden visit to Boston will close streets near Logan, in Back Bay, and Seaport, police say

Boston police are warning of street closures and traffic delays in city neighborhoods ahead of President Biden’s visit on Tuesday afternoon.

‘This is a marathon, not a sprint’: For Boston reparations task force, redress is a work in progress

The earliest that Black Bostonians might get to weigh in on this process will be 2025, meaning that reparations might not materialize for years to come.

‘Millionaires tax’ has already generated $1.8 billion this year for Massachusetts, blowing past projections

The estimated haul is already $800 million more than what Governor Maura Healey and state lawmakers planned to spend from its revenue in fiscal year 2024.

For only $25, Boston bee enthusiasts can now keep hives on their property

For decades, the city’s zoning code decided who could and couldn’t legally raise bees based simply on what part of Boston the beekeeper lived in.


A family’s anguish, and grace

The family of the man who committed Lewiston’s horrific mass shooting blame themselves

$1.5m for a wedding venue and conference center. $250,000 for historic ships. Here’s what top Senate brass put into the budget.

The Massachusetts Senate’s budget plan includes nearly $2.4 million targeting groups and causes in Senate President Karen Spilka’s district before the bill even hits the Senate floor, a Globe analysis found.