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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.
Federal investigators are looking into a report that suggested trace amounts of asbestos were found in Johnson & Johnson baby powder from at least 1971 to the early 2000s.
A settlement is pending in casino mogul Steve Wynn's lawsuit seeking to block the release of Massachusetts' investigation into allegations of sexual assault.
Boston Housing Chief Sheila Dillon joins us to discuss the city's plans on affordability.
European aircraft manufacturer Airbus plans to end production of their double-decker airplane by 2021.
Sen. Eric Lesser says he wants money from incentives that General Electric plans to return to Massachusetts redirected to help the state's vocational schools.
With an opioid crisis underway, advocates say sober homes provide an important resource. But in areas like Meetinghouse Hill, neighbors say their community is being unfairly targeted as a site...
The Green Book listed hotels, restaurants, barbershops and gas stations which welcomed black customers during racial segregation in the U.S.
Some media companies are looking at how to get involved on sports betting after the Supreme Court last year left the issue up to individual states.
With a one-year timeline to find a permanent CEO, Partners HealthCare on Monday named Dr. Anne Klibanski, its chief academic officer since 2012, as interim president and CEO.
Uranium is used as fuel for nuclear power plants, and Wyoming is the largest source for uranium in the U.S.
Southwest pulled the planes after a CBS News investigation into its mechanics' claims they face regular pressure to overlook potential safety issues.
Amazon's announcement it would scrap plans for a new Queens headquarters was applauded by more liberal members of the party, like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Some innkeepers in the Berkshires say their room rentals are down because of competition from short-term rentals, like those found on Airbnb.
Two Democratic state lawmakers are calling for the elimination of the state's so-called "sub-minimum wage" of $4.35 an hour for tipped workers.
Media broker Scott Fybush estimated the value of the station at several hundred million dollars.
We review the major news stories of the week with our expert panel.
Steve Bryant had resisted calls for his resignation in the wake of the company's natural-gas disaster in the Merrimack Valley.
The battle over work that led to the Nobel Prize involves issues of scientific credit, honesty and reliability, one expert says, and "if you add money to the mix, it...
A new report found Amazon did not pay a cent of federal income tax last year or the year before.