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Many of the 20 injured were treated for gunshot wounds, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri said Sunday morning. Four of those, including a 13-year-old boy, were in critical condition.
Comey and the Clinton email report. Implied verification and North Korea. The Supreme Court and voter registration. The news roundtable weighs in.
We review the major headlines and takeaways from the inspector general's report.
Kaderbhai Ali Asgar backed out of buying a $658,000 home in 2016 after David H. Howard told Asgar and his wife, "This sale will not take place," according to court...
High profits and the Trump presidency. Senior advisors Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner raked in a lot of money last year while working for the government. What about Trump himself?
Cameroon's minority Anglophone community is protesting Francophone domination in their country, a conflict which has roots in the colonial era.
Many immigration attorneys in Greater Boston are dismayed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions' decision to stop granting asylum in the U.S. to survivors of domestic or gang violence.
As the legislative session comes to close, Gov. Baker and the Mass. House should follow the Senate's lead, writes Lara Jirmanus, and act to protect immigrant families.
Healey alleged that individuals within Purdue Pharma "created the [opioid] epidemic and profited from it through a web of illegal deceit."
The state is suing Purdue Pharma on behalf of residents who were prescribed OxyContin, became addicted to opioids, overdosed and died.
Facing a deportation order, Gisella Collazo entered sanctuary in March at the South Congregational Church. Now she's free to leave the church.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Peter Kafka, senior editor of media for Recode, about the deal, as well as the official rollback of net neutrality this week.
Judge Mark Wolf argues that ICE failed to follow its procedures and to provide two Brazilian nationals with due process.
Journalist Barry Meier joins us to talk about new documents that show exactly what Purdue Pharma knew about OxyContin's potential for addiction and abuse.
The controversial law allows state officials to purge voters from registration rolls if they do not vote in two consecutive elections, and then fail to respond to a mailing.
Fallout from the G-7. The North Korea summit. The GOP’s immigration feud, top reporters open their notebooks and share what to look for in the week ahead.
Nicholas Zuckerman, 24, of Arizona, allegedly posted threats to bomb Harvard University and shoot attendees.
Five men were injured in two separate shootings in Boston on Saturday night.
Tze Chung, owner of Taam China in Brookline, was held on $7,500 bail Friday after not-guilty pleas to 15 counts of illegal recording were entered on his behalf.
Defense attorneys on Friday pressed former gangster Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi on whether he hopes to shorten his own life sentence in exchange for helping to lock up an ex-Mafia...