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Researchers knew the HIV outbreak in the small town of Austin, Ind., was related to IV drug use. Mapping how the virus mutated over time... [Read More]
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said it will once again accept DACA renewal requests in response to a court order from a California judge this... [Read More]
Since 2002, the New England Patriots have hosted nine Saturday night postseason contests in Foxborough. They have won all nine. This year, their rival is... [Read More]
Orgies. Sex in public. Incest. These are the things that some of us think about in the dark. Taboo fantasies can be exciting, but they... [Read More]
In high school and college, Kate Landau was a nationally ranked distance runner. Everyone expected her to go pro. But, then, an eating disorder threatened... [Read More]
If the city accepts the federal money, says its city council president, "individuals will believe that we have the necessary funds to help everyone." [Read More]
The state's highest-income households get tax cuts more than twice their losses stemming from the new cap on SALT deductions, the Mass. Budget report finds. [Read More]
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Republican Gov. Charlie Baker says President Donald Trump should apologize for vulgar language attributed to him during an Oval Office meeting. Baker on Friday called... [Read More]
ESPN's Don Van Natta Jr. and Cindy Boren of The Washington Post join Bill Littlefield. [Read More]
Pita Taufatofua captured the hearts of those watching and participating in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Now he's vying for a spot in the 2018 Winter... [Read More]
Fritz Pollard is credited with being the first African-American to play quarterback and coach in the pros. This week on Only A Game, the life... [Read More]
The president's language is a window to his soul, writes Rich Barlow. [Read More]
In a tweet Thursday night, President Trump said he canceled the trip because former President Obama sold the old building for "peanuts." [Read More]
Tournaments are now selling out arenas just like football and basketball games do. [Read More]
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his family have essentially won their fight against the federal government — at least for now. [Read More]
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As the Federal Communications Commission moves to scrap net neutrality rules, some communities are building their own networks. [Read More]
Electric companies in a number of states have already announced that they will pass the savings they get from the law on to consumers. [Read More]
London Mayor Sadiq Khan and others say they believe Trump isn't coming in order to avoid massive protests by political opponents. [Read More]
New Mexico Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham discusses what her caucus will and won't support in any immigration deal that might emerge next week. [Read More]
Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says he was in the room when President Trump made vulgar comments about Haiti and African countries. [Read More]
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