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For most speakers, the central message was: while there's a lot to protest since the 2016 presidential election -- things like racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia,... [Read More]
Tags: Protest - Women - March
The mother and sister of Matthew Zonghetti, 26, say he was the person killed Thursday at Taos Ski Valley. [Read More]
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The president met privately with family members Saturday morning. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan also traveled to the... [Read More]
State lawmakers want to withhold tax credits from SMILF producers until investigations into allegations of on-set harassment and discrimination conclude. [Read More]
Miguel Rivera, 58, was charged with permitting substantial bodily injury to a child and misleading a police investigation. [Read More]
Frustration among unpaid correctional officers at Federal Medical Center, Devens in Worcester County is growing as the government shutdown endures. [Read More]
The storm won't be a blockbuster, but it will be messy. Skies should clear Sunday night in Greater Boston, allowing for some view of the... [Read More]
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Residents of Tlahuelilpan, north of Mexico City, had gathered around an illegally tapped pipeline to collect fuel when it burst into flames. [Read More]
The governor called his proposal a "modest" increase to a real estate transfer tax. But realtors have already begun questioning the plan. [Read More]
Tags: modest - Real - Estate
A three-judge panel of the First Circuit Court of Appeals said judges must release the names and street addresses of jurors at the end of... [Read More]
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Amid increasing protests following the broadcast of the Surviving R. Kelly documentary series, RCA Records has reportedly dropped the singer, who has been accused by... [Read More]
Otis Gray remembers losing a challenge to his high school nemesis during lacrosse practice. Years later, he reconnected with Andrew Boyle. [Read More]
Jon Cross' three older siblings all played Division I soccer in college. He always assumed he'd follow in their footsteps. But along the way, his... [Read More]
Each of Jon Cross' older siblings played Div. I soccer. But drug and alcohol addiction derailed Jon's career before he even graduated high school. This... [Read More]
Kevin Motsinger was one of many North Carolinians displaced by Hurricane Florence. Despite his own devastating losses, the high school football coach focused on rebuilding... [Read More]
The lead researcher says the pharmaceutical marketing influence is most powerful when frequent but subtle, as with free meals. [Read More]
Another week of the government shutdown has come to a close and 800,00 federal workers are still without pay. Also, Attorney General Maura Healey is taking... [Read More]
"If they're going to take domestic violence seriously because they have to do that in order to make money, then it's good for victims." [Read More]
Jon Cross' three older siblings all played Division I soccer in college. He always assumed he'd follow in their footsteps. But along the way, his... [Read More]
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