Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Globe Staff February 15, 2019 President Trump’s remarks Friday in the Rose Garden: Thank you very much, everybody. Before we begin, I’d like to just say that we have a large team of very talented people in China. We’ve had a negotiation going on for about two days. It’s going extremely well. Who knows what that means, because it only matters if we get it done. But we’re very much working very closely with China and President Xi, who I respect a lot. Very good relationship that we have. And we’re a lot closer than we ever were in this country with having a real trade deal. We’re covering everything -- all of the points that people have been talking about for years that said couldn’t be done, whether it was theft or anything. Anything. The unfairness. We’ve been losing, on average, $375 billion a year with China. … [Read more...] about Read the transcript of Trump’s Rose Garden speech
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For Gay Conservatives, the Trump Era is the Best and Worst of Times Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Feature Inside the emboldened, if hardly unified, ranks of the LGBT right. Ben Holden: “Demographics shouldn’t be destiny.” Credit Credit Peyton Fulford for The New York Times Supported by ByBenoit Denizet-Lewis Jan. 11, 2019 Hannity is a buffoon,” Ben Holden said, perhaps a bit too loudly. Holden was drinking disappointing sangria with a friend at the bar of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, where he had come last February more out of curiosity than reverence for the president. He was in town for his first Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), an event that he took seriously enough to dress up for (dark suit, American-flag tie) but that he was also interested in for its anthropological weirdness. A 23-year-old student at Suffolk University in Boston who is gay … [Read more...] about For Gay Conservatives, the Trump Era is the Best and Worst of Times
PUBLISHED: 18:02 13 November 2018 | UPDATED: 20:07 13 November 2018 Megan Aldous Goldie Sayers , Team GB Javelin Thrower and one of Suffolk's 100 Inspiring Women speaking at the event Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN Archant This is a list that Suffolk should be proud of - 100 women who are positive role models for future generations, women who have achieved success in a diverse range of fields from business, the arts, sport and education to the third sector.The list was put together by a panel of judges this summer after we asked readers for their nominations. From top left: Jenna Ackerley, Anne Beckett-Allen, Katie Bannister, Jane Basham, Dayle Bayliss, Shayra Begum, Nicola Beach, Adele Bellis and Professor Emma Bond Pictures: WENDY AIKEN PHOTOGRAPHY/EDF ENERGY/BARRY ELEY/PHILIP MYNOTT/SUFFOLK COUNTY COUCIL/UNIVERSITY OF SUFFOLKJenna Ackerley, Events Under Canvas: A Felixstowe girl originally, 38-year-old Jenna now lives in East Bergholt with her husband and … [Read more...] about Meet 100 of Suffolk’s most inspirational women
By Amy Graff, SFGATE Updated 9:50 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 23, 2018 FILE PHOTO: The main people reason people find themselves living on the streets in San Francisco is the city's high cost of housing. FILE PHOTO: The main people reason people find themselves living on the streets in San Francisco is the city's high cost of housing. Photo: Christian Science Monitor/Christian Science Monitor/Getty Homeless in San Francisco: SF Homeless ProjectJerome, a homeless man, uses a pew to catch up on sleep at St. Boniface Catholic Church in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood in this 2006 photo. Homeless in San Francisco: SF Homeless Project Jerome, a homeless man, uses a pew to catch up on sleep at St. Boniface Catholic Church in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood in this 2006 photo. Photo: Brant Ward, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE With new … [Read more...] about We asked 12 homeless people what happened. Their answers show how close we all are to the streets.
Known as the internet's evil twin, the dark web is a place where services offering hit men-for-hire are just a computer click away. "48 Hours" explores the alarming world of murder-for-hire on the mysterious dark web and exposes an international criminal organization in a hunt for a self-described murder mastermind who uses the name Yura. A six-month investigation spans the globe and leads "48 Hours" to information in the U.S. and beyond, about murder plots bought and paid for -- but not yet carried out. Who is Yura? Where is Yura? And can police intervene before someone else gets killed? HIT TARGET: COTTAGE GROVE, MN He calls himself Yura -- a man who says he's behind an international murder empire named Besa Mafia. His real name is unknown. YURA'S VIDEO DIARY: A hit man market place is like any other auction site. It brings customers and vendors together. YURA'S VIDEO DIARY: Any hit man is welcome to sign up. But not all will be … [Read more...] about “48 Hours” disrupts alleged dark web hitmen in potential murder-for-hire plots