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New Hampshire-based Dyn said its server infrastructure was hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack, which works by overwhelming an online service with traffic in hopes of knocking it offline.
Juan Lopez Delgado, 13, was in a third-floor apartment Wednesday night when he was wounded in the shoulder by a stray bullet fired from the street.
"[W]e are examining the implicit bias that afflicts all of us, and are seeking to ensure that bias does not infect our bail and sentencing decisions," Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph Gants said.
The humidity will be increasing today, along with the chance of showers.
The plan has been controversial because of concerns about rising health costs and because the expansion will result in the demolition of the beloved Prouty Garden.
“There is some understanding that just comes by doing, rather than analyzing or talking about," says Actors' Shakespeare Project's Mara Sidmore.
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" is a fun, frothy tale of a social-climbing serial killer, says Carolyn Clay.
In the midst of the public debate over expanding charter schools, guest columnist Deborah Bennett reflects on her own family's private reasons for choosing a school.
Let other states contend with the frenzied embrace of the new law, writes Susan E. Reed. Massachusetts can legalize marijuana after the party is over.
“I’m creating a memory," artist Elizabeth Keithline says.
Walsh, who is a longtime union backer, fired up the crowd by saying he thinks the state's effort to privatize parts of the T is not the way to go.
Most of the "yes" money has come from a D.C.-based political action committee, while the health care and alcohol industries have lined up against legalization.
Rather than solely focusing on food itself, To Market magazine is looking at the people and policies around the food we eat.
As self-driving cars inch closer to getting onto the region's roadways, the state is trying to get a handle on the technology -- and the regulatory challenges it brings.
When asked by a debate moderator if he will "absolutely accept the result of this election," Donald Trump responded that he "will look at it at the time."
It's the lowest the state's jobless rate has been since June 2001.
Sunshine starts the day, but clouds will finish. Temperatures are running cooler today.
“When you pick up a can of spray paint, it’s like an addiction," the Boston artist says.
Now in its second year, the film festival's fall series provides a diverse array of films that are high caliber at The Brattle Theatre.
The new 15-year timeframe corresponds with the statute of limitations for rape and sexual assault.