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  1. $2.4 Million Homes in Florida, Rhode Island and Colorado Real Estate, Today

    A beachfront townhouse on Siesta Key, a shingled home near the bay in Bristol and a Tudor-style house in a leafy Denver enclave.

  2. $2.4 Million Homes in Colorado, Rhode Island and Florida Slideshow, Today

    A beachfront townhouse on Siesta Key, a shingled home near the bay in Bristol and a Tudor-style house in a leafy Denver enclave.

  3. 10 Great Last-Minute Vacations This Summer Travel, Yesterday

    Cruises, biking trips, guided hikes and culinary tours are available in destinations like France, Peru, Cuba and the Adriatic.

  4. Court Officers Can’t Hold People Solely Under ICE Detainers, Massachusetts Justices Rule National, July 24

    The ruling was claimed as a victory by the state attorney general’s office and immigration advocates; ICE and law enforcement agencies decried it.

  5. Inquiry Into Bernie Sanders’s Wife May Tarnish His Liberal Luster National, July 15

    The senator’s supporters say the U.S. investigation into a Vermont land deal involving Jane Sanders is political, but they worry about its impact.

  6. Harvard Panel Suggests Ending a Tradition: Exclusive Clubs National, July 12

    A faculty committee has called for Harvard’s secretive “final clubs,” along with fraternities and sororities, to be phased out over the next five years.

  7. Thoreau’s Distressing Canoe Trip Op Ed, July 12

    In 1839, Thoreau saw the damage that dams were doing to fish on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers.

  8. $975,000 Homes in Washington, Maine and Mississippi Real Estate, July 12

    A cedar-shake house on Bainbridge Island, a clapboard home in Yarmouth and a Federal-style house near Biloxi.

  9. What You Get for $975,000 Slideshow, July 12

    A cedar-shake house on Bainbridge Island, a clapboard home in Yarmouth and a Federal-style house near Biloxi.

  10. A Small-Town Police Officer’s War on Drugs Magazine, July 12

    New Hampshire has the second-highest rate of drug overdoses in the country. Eric Adams in Laconia (population 16,000) has been assigned one task: to stop them.

  11. Building Boom in Boston Casts Shadows on History and Public Space National, July 11

    Laws that restrict new construction from creating shadows on two of the city’s cherished public parks may be changed for a proposed 775-foot tower.

  12. Health Reform, Both Real and Conservative Op Ed, July 11

    Bipartisan health reform is possible. I visited Rhode Island to see it in action.

  13. U.S. Is Investigating Jane Sanders Over Burlington College Bank Loan National, July 10

    The wife of Senator Bernie Sanders is being investigated for a loan obtained in 2010 by Burlington College — of which she was president — to finance a relocation and expansion of the college.

  14. A Maine Blueberry Farm Turns to Cheese Making Dining, July 10

    The rich tomme-style cheese from Josh Pond in Whiting, Me., is now available in New York.

  15. $2.2 Million Homes in Vermont, South Carolina and Pennsylvania Real Estate, July 5

    A 19th-century house in Barnard, an antebellum home near Augusta and a country modern retreat in Bucks County.

  16. What You Get for $2.2 Million Slideshow, July 5

    A 19th-century house in Barnard, an antebellum home near Augusta and a country modern retreat in Bucks County.

  17. The ‘Rewilding’ of a Century-Old Cranberry Bog National, July 4

    Scientists are turning a cranberry bog back into coastal wetland. The experiment is seen as a path for dormant bogs and another chance for vanishing habitat.

  18. 10 Injured When Cab Jumps Curb at Boston Airport, Police Say National, July 3

    The driver, a 56-year-old man from Cambridge, Mass., was cooperating with the authorities, according to the police.

  19. A Patriotic Fourth: What Does That Mean Now? National, July 3

    Are Americans still feeling pride in a bitterly divided country? We hit the road to find out.

  20. A New Vinegar Made With Maple Syrup Dining, July 3

    Use this aged vinegar from Vermont in summer salad dressings or to finish sauces.

  21. Democracy Without Politics Op Ed, July 2

    The small-town questions are big ones: What do we owe our neighbors? Who gets to decide?...

  22. Going to a New Jersey State Park or Beach? Not This Holiday Weekend National, July 1

    A government shutdown over the state’s budget has shuttered more than 50 state parks, historic sites and recreational areas. At least nine other states are also at impasses.

  23. A Handmaid’s Tale of Protest National, June 30

    In state capitals and street protests, women’s rights activists have been wearing red robes and white bonnets based on “The Handmaid's Tale,” the 1985 novel that is now a series on Hulu.

  24. Owner Is Angry His 20-Pound Lobster, Dinnah, Was Photographed by the T.S.A. National, June 28

    A crustacean that gained internet fame when a picture of a T.S.A. agent holding him at a Boston airport was tweeted provided four good meals in Savannah, Ga.

  25. ‘The Daily’: What the Health Bill Means for Maine Podcasts, June 28

    Why Senator Susan Collins of Maine has been a vocal opponent of the bill. Plus: What happens to family members and other witnesses of police shootings?...

  26. Newport Festival — for Art, Not Music — Draws George Condo and More Culture, June 27

    Dodie Kazanjian, a Newport, R.I., native who covers the art world for Vogue, has invited four artists to create works in three historic institutions.

  27. A 20-Pound Lobster Impresses Airport Security, but It’s No Record Breaker National, June 26

    A passenger took the colossal crustacean through Boston Logan International Airport, but it was no match for Big Jake.