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Healey says the company "utterly failed to keep the personal information of nearly three million Massachusetts residents safe from hackers."
A legislative committee is hearing testimony from supporters and opponents of a bill that would gradually raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Dr. Robert Stern is out with a study on what happens to the brains of people who played tackle football before they were 12 years old.
We'll take a closer look at the 100-mile border zone and what that means for civil liberties.
In a new study, researchers determined participation in football before age 12 increases the risk of problems with behavior, planning and organization.
The justices said there is currently no reliable scientific test for marijuana impairment.
Massachusetts has been losing forestland to development faster than any other New England state -- at a rate of 7,000 acres a year.
Glenn Chin is charged with second-degree murder, conspiracy and other crimes under federal racketeering law.
The public service announcements featuring athletes denouncing racism, hate speech and intolerance are slated to be unveiled on Sept. 28.
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Fernando DaSilva, 45, has been sentenced to more than 20 years in prison for sexually assaulting and raping a young girl over a period of several years.
Getting carbon out of energy products is a hot topic these days. Advocates want to make Massachusetts the first state in the U.S. to transition to a low-carbon economy.
Gregory Gagnon pleaded not guilty Monday to a charge of strangulation. He was previously charged with domestic assault and witness intimidation.
While the region may see some showers -- and those south of Marshfield and along the coast are most likely to see steady rain -- Jose won't bring extreme rainfall to the area.
Voting for the preliminary election takes place from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, September 26.
The MIT-powered investment fund and venture firm received more than 500 pitches, but ultimately chose seven ideas it thinks will fundamentally change the world -- if they can work.
An army of volunteers has spruced up a corner in Dorchester for community use, including activities for children -- all in a place that straddles a rich community, and a crime-heavy area.
Emmanuel Music has a new plan for the weekend: Let’s stay up late listening to poetry and music -- and center it around Allen Ginsberg's supercharged diatribe "Howl."
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The regional director for veterans hospitals across New England faced criticism Monday as a congressional subcommittee began examining problems at the Manchester VA Medical Center.