Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis examine the two biggest political stories of the moment: the demise of the “Millionaires' Tax” ballot question, and Governor Charlie Baker’s break with the Trump Administration over forced parent-child separations at the US-Mexico Border. Then Jennifer Smith of the Dorchester Reporter and Molly Boigon of WGBH News explain how — in the midst of a punishingly hot real estate market — an uninhabitable, decrepit wreck of a house on a classic Meeting House Hill street has been able to resist the efforts of Boston City Hall to turn it into something, well, middle class. It’s a bizarre case study in zombie real estate.