Antonia Candelaria, 9, one of seven children killed at their school, is among the first to be remembered. She and her best friend were holding on to each other when they both died.
Ibragim Todashev was being questioned about the 2011 killings of three men in Waltham.
A report finds the compassionate release program is poorly managed and rife with confusion.
The bill has been a mainstay of State House debates for years.
The Justice Dept. admits it targeted American-born al-Qaida leader Anwar al-Awlaki and that three other citizens have died in drone strikes.
The Republican says his Democratic opponent hasn't sponsored a bill in 20 years that became law.
Witnesses say the two attackers who hacked a British solider to death on a busy street claimed to be acting in revenge for the deaths of Muslims.
A Manhattan judge upholds a lower court ruling that $210 million worth of unredeemed gift cards from the defunct book chain are no longer valid.
Obama's job approval ratings remain steady because Democrats are sticking with him.
The IRS' Lois Lerner invoked her Fifth Amendment right not to answer questions from Congress.
The provision would have allowed gay U.S. citizens to sponsor foreign-born spouses for green cards.
The Fed chairman cautioned that if interest rates were to start rising now, the economy could slump.
It goes back to a report written decades ago by U.S. consultants, and funded by the State Department.
In New Jersey, where Sandy killed dozens of people and caused nearly $30 billion in damage, many are asking: Will the shore be open for business?
The former congressman's career appeared to be over when he resigned in 2011 because of an extramarital sexting scandal and his lies about it.
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If the Bruins start firing on all cylinders, the Rangers will have little hope of forcing a Game 5.
Some environmentalists are frustrated with the president on issues like the Keystone pipeline.
In 2011, police detained Ai Weiwei for 81 days. Now, he's released a song that's turned the experience into a heavy metal protest song.
Israelis and Palestinians continue to argue over whether it will help or hurt prospects for a Middle East peace agreement.
The USGA has decided to ban anchored putting beginning in 2016. Bill Littlefield thinks the ruling is just one in a long line of confusing, silly golf rules.
This weekend's festival will feature 18 acts, two main stages, a beer garden and food trucks.
Fulcrum Acoustic in Whitinsville creates the ideal audio environments for a variety of venues.
Cultural commentator Touré says Prince played a wise older brother to the latchkey kids of Gen X.
A team at the lab where the World Wide Web was born is on a hunt for old hard drives and floppy disks that might hold copies of the missing files.
Whether "Gaza Burial" is fake or just "enhanced" is a philosophical dilemma.
A journalism professor retold the story of three WWII plane crashes, the survivors and the hunt to recover three of the men who died.