Lawmakers on Beacon Hill work late into the night to pass a flurry of bills and the Red Sox trade six players in the span of a few hours.
Health workers in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia are battling what’s been called the largest, most complex outbreak of the Ebola virus ever.
Jonathan Daniels of Keene, New Hampshire, was killed almost 50 years ago in Hayneville, Alabama, where he went to work for civil rights.
State lawmakers will vote on on a comprehensive gun bill today, after reaching a compromise last night.
How close are we to having computer and smart phone software that can really understand us?
If you’re a fan of funk, hip-hop, sloppy blues, or anything in between, it’s likely G. Love and Special Sauce has piqued your interest in the past two decades.
A new biography details the inner life and passions of the first American woman to fly into space.
The new law allows police to create a temporary 25-foot buffer zone for up to eight hours around abortion clinics if they determine people are blocking or impeding patient access.
The clock is ticking. The Major League Baseball trading clock, that is.
Three environmental advisers to Gov. Patrick quit saying the administration’s policies aren’t doing enough to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
We headed west from Boston to Minute Man National Park, where we prepared a great dish that celebrates this season of fresh summer vegetables.
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