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Starting Oct. 1, 2020, regular Massachusetts driver's licenses will no longer suffice for people trying to fly domestically or enter federal buildings.
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Speaking at the Kennedy School, the students say the impact their activism has made on the national conversation about gun laws is not lost on them.
A lover of the outdoors, Frank Carlson hiked around New England well into his 90s.
Most of the storm occurs from about 7 p.m today to 8 a.m Thursday.
According to the poll, Sen. Elizabeth Warren would walk away with more than 50 percent of the vote in any match-up against each of her challengers.
To celebrate 50 years of performing in Boston, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater led free workshops in Dorchester and Roxbury before its performances this week.
Weather used to be the go-to for polite conversation. Now it is a battleground, writes Sharon Brody.
“The main idea was to show another side of Africa,” Sosa says of his project, "Transparent Water" with Seckou Keita.
Massachusetts voters must register to vote 20 days before Election Day, or forfeit their right to cast a ballot. The law is arbitrary and undemocratic, write Jamie Hoag and Pat...
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"We put the program on hold for a couple of days here to see what's going on," Mayor Marty Walsh told reporters.
Residents opposed to the sale of the artwork, in a final attempt, asked the state Supreme Judicial Court to stop the transaction, or at the very least appoint an expert...
Nineteen active troopers face hearings at which they could be suspended without pay the department's commander, said Tuesday.
For the Amherst College professor, the border wall is more than just a political point, it's a deeply personal reality.
Boston-area student-activists lobbying for gun control acknowledge an inconvenient feature of the debate: There isn’t just one “gun problem” facing young people in America.
Greater Boston is looking at 5 to 9 inches of snow. But, in some places snow totals may fall between 8 to 12 inches.
A federal court judge said Monday he won't re-issue proposed instructions to a jury that will hear the case of two Boston city officials who are accused of conspiracy and...
Leo Beletsky, an associate professor of law and health sciences at Northeastern University, spoke with Morning Edition Tuesday about President Trump's "get tough" approach on combating the opioid epidemic.