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Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says she has launched an investigation into Uber after the company acknowledged a massive data breach a year ago.
The musical gallops along in service of a life-affirming finale, says critic Jeremy D. Goodwin.
The Globe's Chris Gasper and Chad Finn respond to Hall of Famer Joe Morgan's assertion that steroid users should be disqualified from enshrinement in baseball's promised land. Then, they reflect...
Here's one: Boston Latin and Boston English have been playing on Thanksgiving Day since 1887.
Massachusetts schools will now have more options for how they educate students learning the English language.
Plus suggestions if you're in transit or sitting on the couch with your family this weekend.
The renowned French chef and his granddaughter have a new book of recipes you can make fairly easily with your kids, but as Pépin says, it's really more about that...
The brief story of Adam and Eve contains within it every question (but perhaps not every answer) we ask ourselves about who we are and why we are the way...
Edward Winslow was just 25 when he arrived on the Mayflower, and he went on to become governor of Plymouth Colony and forge a powerful friendship with the leader of...
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Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday he'd support a proposal to ban motorists in Massachusetts from holding their cellphones while they drive.
The executive chef at the Pine Street Inn talks about how he gets 2,500 Thanksgiving meals together to serve at Boston's largest homeless shelter.
Two people died due to the "careless disposal" of smoking materials that caused a fire in Boston's North End. In total, 12 people were displaced from the building.
The weather starts to cool down today, and through Thankgiving into Friday will be cool, but dry.
The Ahmed family came here in January. They celebrated Thanksgiving early with volunteers who've helped them acclimate to American life.
There were dark times in her life, but Fannie Glick always looked for the light.
One startup in Cambridge is developing 3D bioinks that contain human cells. The ultimate mission: to manufacture human organs.
Thanksgiving comes early at TD Garden, whose philanthropic division Garden Neighborhood Charities hosted its 22nd annual Table of Friends meal this year.