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  1. $330,000 Homes in Minnesota, Missouri and Maine Real Estate, April 17

    A Craftsman bungalow in St. Paul, a contemporary ranch house in Springfield and a shingled cottage in Long Island.

  2. What You Get for $330,000 Slideshow, April 17

    A Craftsman bungalow in St. Paul; a contemporary ranch house in Springfield, Mo.; and a shingled cottage in Long Island, Me.

  3. ‘Stop Sanders’ Democrats Are Agonizing Over His Momentum U.S., April 16

    Members of the party establishment who oppose Bernie Sanders have had discussions about how to handle his candidacy, while others warn of a schism within the party.

  4. Stop & Shop Workers Are on Strike at Over 240 Stores in New England Business, April 13

    More than 30,000 Stop & Shop employees have been on strike since Thursday at stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

  5. ‘ZooMass’ No More, UMass Crashes the Men’s Frozen Four Sports, April 10

    Led by the star defenseman Cale Makar and Coach Greg Carvel, the Minutemen are in the national semifinals for the first time.

  6. Fashion for a Blurring Binary Arts, April 10

    A show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston tracks gender-bending through a century of clothing that defied rigid rules of sexuality.

  7. A.I. Joins the Campaign Against Sex Trafficking Opinion, April 9

    Police in New York and other cities are turning to a bot to imitate women selling sex to men looking to buy it. It’s a new tool in the drive to break up trafficking rings.

  8. Democratic Candidates Visited 115 Cities Across 20 States in One Month Interactive, April 5

    Already, Democratic presidential candidates are zigzagging across America like Super Tuesday is almost upon them.

  9. De Blasio Wouldn’t Say Who Was Hosting His Boston Fund-Raiser. We Found Out. New York, April 4

    A Boston-based construction company, trying to expand its New York business, is helping Mayor Bill de Blasio raise money for his national political ambitions.

  10. Wynn Leaders Helped Hide Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against Company’s Founder, Report Says Business, April 2

    The Massachusetts gambling regulator found that some Wynn Resorts executives “were part of affirmative efforts to conceal” complaints against Steve Wynn.

  11. Lawsuits Lay Bare Sackler Family’s Role in Opioid Crisis Health, April 1

    Three generations of the Sackler family were deeply involved in running Purdue Pharma and knew of opioid abuse risks, according to lawsuits.

  12. Modern Monetary Theory Makes Sense, Up to a Point Business, March 29

    Urgent goals might justify more debt for a while, the economist Robert Shiller says, but this does not license unlimited spending or endlessly accelerating debt.

  13. 14 Officers Indicted on Assault or Cover-Up Charges in Beating of Black Men U.S., March 28

    Twelve current and two former officers are accused of beating four black men after a barroom dispute in Springfield, Mass., or participating in a cover-up of the assault.

  14. Have You Noticed Those Weird New Mailboxes? Here’s Why They Changed New York, March 21

    Mail fishing had been on the rise until the Postal Service unleashed a newfangled mailbox to combat the crime throughout the New York region.

  15. From Boston’s Mayor: Marijuana and Diversity Opinion, March 21

    Mayor Martin Walsh says Boston is committed to ensuring access to the business for communities of color.