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The NOAA approved an arrangement allowing fishermen to reconcile more than 700,000 pounds of fish Carlos Rafael mis-reported between 2012 and 2015.
Massachusetts is the sixth-most income-unequal state, according to a new report.
Republican primary candidate for governor Scott Lively talks about his vision for Massachusetts.
The Trump administration and other Western countries may release emergency oil stockpiles to prevent prices from rising, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Tuesday is Amazon Prime Day, when members can expect discounts on over 1 million goods from the online retailer.
Russia is being treated as an equal on the world stage amid Monday's summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Gentrification, is a dirty word for many people, but there are some upsides when better-off newcomers arrive. Is there a way to make it work for everyone?
A new targeted ad campaign is trying to garner support for continuing the Wynn casino and resort in Everett, and protecting the jobs it provides.
President Trump's trade war with China forges on, and a U.S. Labor Department data set offers insights about distinct regional industries.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Clare Sebastian of CNN Money about the impacts and how markets are reacting.
Women living alone. The numbers are up and so is their happiness. We’ll unpack reasons why and why they’re liking it
President Trump's new Supreme Court nominee has written a number of opinions about various financial issues in the past.
Millions of Americans who are in the middle class feel like they're on shaky economic ground, author Alissa Quart tells Here & Now's Lisa Mullins.
The economy added 213,000 jobs, which is higher than expected. The news comes as the trade war between the U.S. and China escalates.
Each country implemented a round of tariffs Friday on around $34 billion worth of the other's goods.
Another round of trade tariffs are slated go into effect on around $34 billion worth of Chinese machinery, auto parts and medical devices.
"The newspaper is there to keep the government in check, and without them, then the government knows they're not being watched," one researcher says.
Critics initially said the state moved too quickly. But 12 months in, Nevada has surpassed its tax revenue goals and is looking forward to more industry growth.
According to a new report, Manhattan real estate has now had its worst second quarter since the Great Recession.
As Massachusetts marijuana growers get ready to plant their first crops for recreational use, the state has set some of the country's toughest energy use regulations.