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Massachusetts officials are raising serious concerns about Entergy's proposed sale of the soon-to-be-closed Pilgrim nuclear power plant to Holtec International for decommissioning.
That this obviously kidding Kickstarter reached its goal so quickly says something uncomfortable I think about the increasing entitlement of fan culture and an ugly need to claim ownership over...
Catholic Church leadership begins a three-day summit in Rome on Thursday to address the church's clergy sex abuse scandal. It's the first time a pope has ever convened bishops to...
A Somerville man died Feb. 10 after a fall on Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
The project would bring relatively low-polluting electricity from Canada’s Hydro-Quebec dam system through Maine to customers in Massachusetts.
Kyle Draper reports on the Celtics for NBC Sports Boston and talked to Bob Oakes to preview the game on Morning Edition.
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A settlement is pending in casino mogul Steve Wynn's lawsuit seeking to block the release of Massachusetts' investigation into allegations of sexual assault.
Skies will clear later today as temperatures warm up to the 40s.
As the administration renegotiates an immigration agreement with Vietnam, some Vietnamese immigrants worry about what this could mean for their status in the U.S.
Section 8 aims to help low-income residents move out of so-called "areas of low opportunity." But some wonder why residents have to leave their neighborhoods to access better opportunities.
A beloved children's librarian taught Jessica Ullian that parenting is about much more than making sure a child is fed and rested and sustained.
Du Bois wanted these infographics, displayed at the Paris Exposition, to change ideas about how people of color were operating in the world at the turn of the century and...
The art of making a good short film is far too underrated. And this year, while there are some standouts, there's a number of nominees I'd just as soon strike...
Plus, the multicultural music extravaganza CRASHfest is at the House of Blues and Chanel Thervil's work exploring reactions to racism is up at the Urbano Project.
Boston Housing Chief Sheila Dillon joins us to discuss the city's plans on affordability.
We take a look at some of the major sports stories of the week, including Colin Kaepernick's settlement with the NFL, and the free agent rumors swirling around the Celtics.
The slate of projects includes $18 million to create and preserve 515 affordable housing units and deed-restricted homes
State Police say they destroyed eight firearms seized at Logan, even though some were involved in open criminal cases.