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Boston police say they've arrested a man involved in a shootout in Jamaica Plan Friday that left the other shooter dead.
Sociologist Nathan Glazer, who assisted on a classic study of conformity, "The Lonely Crowd," and co-authored a groundbreaking document of non-conformity, "Beyond the Melting Pot," has died. He was 95....
The much-anticipated storm has arrived, and while we're not shoveling as much snow as some people thought we would, we still have to watch for freezing rain.
For most speakers, the central message was: while there's a lot to protest since the 2016 presidential election -- things like racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism -- there's a lot...
The mother and sister of Matthew Zonghetti, 26, say he was the person killed Thursday at Taos Ski Valley.
Miguel Rivera, 58, was charged with permitting substantial bodily injury to a child and misleading a police investigation.
Frustration among unpaid correctional officers at Federal Medical Center, Devens in Worcester County is growing as the government shutdown endures.
The storm won't be a blockbuster, but it will be messy. Skies should clear Sunday night in Greater Boston, allowing for some view of the lunar eclipse.
A three-judge panel of the First Circuit Court of Appeals said judges must release the names and street addresses of jurors at the end of trials.
The governor called his proposal a "modest" increase to a real estate transfer tax. But realtors have already begun questioning the plan.
Baker administration officials say they will propose $75 million in spending to protect communities from impacts of climate change, with the spending supported by an increase in the excise tax...
Activists concerned about the facility’s safety say the decision is premature.
"I pledge to bring a new and fresh sense of unity to our Republican Party," conservative Andover Republican Jim Lyons said.
The Patriots face off against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday for the AFC championship. ESPN.com football writer Mike Reiss joined Morning Edition to talk about the big game.
A storm with snow, sleet and some rain affects New England Saturday night and Sunday.
For women working to prevent domestic violence, headlines made by some NFL players present a double-edged sword.
Gov. Charlie Baker has filed legislation to legalize professional sports betting in Massachusetts. Some critics are concerned about what they could mean for young people.
The Boston Globe reports that Rep. Paul McMurtry is alleged to have grabbed the "backside" of an incoming legislator during an orientation event for newly elected lawmakers.
The governor's bill would earmark the estimated $35 million in new revenue in fiscal 2020 for local aid.
The brand new Department of Family and Medical Leave is stirring to life as it prepares to hire a director, release draft regulations, convene public hearings and begin collecting the...