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A "yes" vote keeps the transgender public accommodations law on the books. A "no" vote repeals it.
Trump has about as much use for Warren's DNA test as he had for Obama's birth certificate, writes Eileen McNamara.
Civil War rhetoric is part of a larger violent, paranoid style of thought that has always existed, writes Steve Almond, but has become turbo-charged in the age of Trump.
President Trump vows severe punishment and sends Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with Saudi Arabia's King Salman as the rift grows over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The bill now heads to Republican Gov. Charlie Baker for his signature.
Speculation that Sen. Elizabeth Warren will be launching a presidential bid in 2020 is mounting in the wake of her carefully-orchestrated release of a DNA test supporting her claim that...
We speak with the 3rd district candidate.
The DNA results show that Warren likely had a Native American ancestor six to 10 generations back.
The proposal includes $40 million for local roads and bridges, $10 million to aid Merrimack Valley communities affected by the recent gas disaster, and deposits into the rainy day fund...
A lot has changed since Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo ran against Republican Allan Fung in 2014. But the issue of the economy is still on voters' minds.
President Trump is sending Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet the king of Saudi Arabia to discuss the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The U.K. is supposed to leave the European Union next March, but it remains to be seen what the new relationship might look like.
Meanwhile, The New York Times reports that Jared Kushner, son-in-law and adviser to the president, dodged income tax payments for years.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren released the results of her own DNA analysis, providing some strong evidence that she does indeed have Native American heritage.
Among registered nurses in Massachusetts, 48 percent support Question 1, and 45 percent oppose it.
What I am seeing, what I am hearing, fills me with dread, writes Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental. And there so few of us left old enough to remember and give...
Top journalists open their notebooks and look ahead to the week’s news at home and abroad.
Stephen Walt on U.S. foreign policy failures. He says it all traces back to what Walt calls a “liberal hegemony” and the idea that the U.S. can spread democracy without...
Organizers against the suit say removing the consideration of race would threaten diversity at the school and endanger gains made by Affirmative Action.
Question 1, also endorsed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, would set a minimum on nurse-to-patient staffing ratios if passed.