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Almost two decades since the passage of the Community Preservation Act, about half of the communities in Massachusetts have opted into the program.
Although the proposals would be the most dramatic regulations of the tobacco industry in years, do they go far enough?
Midterm recounts and results. CNN sues Trump. A Cabinet shake-up looms. Melania's fight in the White House. California on fire. The roundtable dives in.
It's been almost a year since the Republican tax bill passed, and many accountants are still trying to figure out how to advise their clients.
A new study finds that the state loses billions of dollars a year because of workers struggling with addiction.
Rockdale hosts one of the biggest bitmine operations in the U.S. The town is no stranger to booms and bust, though.
"In some ways we absolutely dodged a bullet."
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 600 points Monday.
A big week ahead in the news. Top reporters open their notebooks and share what they’re watching for in the week ahead.
On Thursday, two major benchmarks for measuring the price of oil worldwide dropped to levels about 20 percent lower than last month.
The midterm elections hand the Senate to Republicans, the House to Democrats and a headache to the President. Jeff Sessions is out. And the mass shooting in California. The roundtable...
Westmoreland Coal Company filed for bankruptcy in a sign that the industry is not getting a boost, despite the Trump administration's efforts.
NPR is reporting that e-commerce giant Amazon plans to split its second headquarters between two locations — but it doesn't appear that Boston will be one of them.
Only 13 percent of Americans say the economy is the country's most important problem, according to Gallup.
The U.S. added 250,000 jobs to the economy in October, exceeding expectations.
President Trump has been tweeting that voting Democrat in the midterms will send the stock market down.
Massport is so much more than Logan Airport: It's a self-sustaining government agency that generates more than $600 million a year.
Some companies are raising prices in response to consumer demands, tariffs and growing fuel costs. Bloomberg's Mike Regan discusses the potential impacts.
Greenspan, who led the Federal Reserve from 1987 to 2006, talks with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson about the economy, the 2008 financial crisis, "creative destruction" and more.
Despite growing at about 3 percent in 2018, investors are worried GDP numbers will slow in 2019 as President Trump's tax cuts fade.