CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — President Obama ordered a comprehensive review to explore a new world where governments and companies have the ability to amass, analyze and use vast amounts of personal information.
BOSTON — A former Watertown town councilor and his ex-wife have been sentenced in federal court for running a large-scale marijuana operation.
REVERE, Mass. — The Mohegan Sun casino plan will now compete with Wynn Resorts’ Everett proposal for the sole eastern Massachusetts casino license.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Plasma Science and Fusion Center was shut down for more than a year due to federal budget cuts. But scientists are once again at work, creating and controlling the energy of the stars, and possibly the power source for our planet’s future.
NATICK, Mass. — Natick researchers are using cutting-edge pizza technology to create state-of-the-art slices that can sustain troops on the front lines.
BOSTON — Change is coming to New England’s largest newspaper.
The defense team for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has asked to see more of the government’s evidence against the bombing suspect. Reporter Bruce Gellerman provides an update on the case.
BOSTON — More than 300 volunteers worked in the bitter cold Monday night to conduct Boston’s 34th annual homeless census.
BOSTON — The state’s emergency shelter system now serving 4,100 homeless families, or twice its capacity. And there are 95,000 households on the waiting list for federal rent subsidies, which are frozen at 20,000 vouchers in Massachusetts.
By law, the door-busting mayhem of Black Friday did not begin until after the stroke of midnight in Massachusetts. But in Brookline there’s a store that’s never once had a sale — Black Friday or not.