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Three months after a controversial, self-proclaimed "free speech" rally drew tens of thousands of counter-protesters, a group of some of the same participants said it plans to hold a similar...
In a rare move, a group of 13 young people convinced a judge to give them standing in a court case against Enbridge Energy.
A homemade explosive device damaged a car in Blackstone Thursday evening.
Our panelists, Mariama White-Hammond and Joe Battenfeld, go behind the weeks' headlines.
The new head of the state police said her office will investigate revisions to a police report about a judge's daughter.
Col. Kerry Gilpin says her office will investigate revisions made to a police report about a judge's daughter.
A man accused of heading up the gang MS-13 in Chelsea was in federal court Wednesday on conspiracy charges.
Two jurors speak about their decision to convict David Wright of terrorism-related charges.
We need to ask ourselves, writes Steven Wineman. Have there been times when I have violated someone's boundaries, even unintentionally? Times when I have been aware of another man's misbehavior...
A resolution from the AMA's policy-making body declared Tuesday the association's opposition to the presence of immigration officials in hospitals and clinics.
The Massachusetts attorney general's office sued the Florida-based Hosanna College of Health for allegedly operating without a license and misrepresenting itself to students from the Boston area's Haitian community.
Gov. Charlie Baker said he has the "utmost confidence" Gilpin will excel in her new post, which is effective immediately.
Texas State University officials are suspending all fraternities and sororities on campus following the death of a student hours after he attended a pledge event.
Here & Now's Robin Young gets the latest on that case from WHYY's Joe Hernandez.
"Women are finally feeling it is their moment, they're feeling emboldened to come forward and there is a sense that women will finally be believed," attorney Debra Katz says.
State Police Deputy Superintendent Francis Hughes is retiring after 31 years, coming on the heels of the superintendent's resignation last week.
The bill focuses heavily on the difficulty many drug users have finding meaningful treatment.
The Massachusetts House approved a criminal justice reform bill Tuesday night.
The overuse of solitary confinement is a terrible problem with a common-sense solution, writes Bonita Tenneriello.
Andrew MacCormack was indicted last month in the death of Vanessa MacCormack, a Lynn teacher found dead in September in the couple's Revere home.