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State police say a car went off the road and hit pedestrians in Revere, killing one child and leaving an infant in critical condition.
To beat Donald Trump in 2020, House Democrats need to focus on policy, not scandals.
We'll kick off the week with a look at what's to come in Washington and around the globe. Top reporters open their notebooks.
The former employees of the now-closed New England Compounding Center face mail fraud, racketeering and conspiracy charges.
Authorities say 29-year-old Tito Lopez-Ebanks was the person whose burned dead body was found near a playground in Lynn, Massachusetts.
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said a culture shift might be needed for both police and public health officials to deal with the nation's opioid epidemic.
The complaint alleges the mother had submitted what she believed to be the requisite home-school paperwork to Worcester's superintendent -- who never replied.
A podcast features conversations with people who are re-entering society after serving time in jail or prison and trying to get and stay on the right track.
The New York City Police Department says the new drones will help with hostage situations, search and rescue operations and more.
Farewell to Bush 41. U.S.-China trade uncertainty. Power plays in Wisconsin. Potential election fraud in North Carolina — by Republicans. Our roundtable takes stock.
Inside the mind of Robert Mueller. We’ll unpack the latest news from the Mueller investigation and explore what makes the special prosecutor tick with his biographer, Garrett Graff.
If you're 65 years old or older or about to enter that age group, it might be a good time to consider your plan options to avoid headaches down the...
Two years after his battle with cancer resulted in a shortened prison term, former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi is stepping back into the public eye.
Thomas Turco will take over as secretary of public safety, said Gov. Charlie Baker, replacing Dan Bennett.
A new Boston University study found that gun deaths are driving down life expectancy rates for black Americans by about four years — about double the rate for white Americans.
A private detective in Tennessee is trying to solve an alleged murder. Her method? Podcasting.
In addition to outfitting troopers with body cameras, the program will include equipping GPS locators on state police cruisers.
The medical examiner's office said Tuesday the 56-year-old Democrat died of acute pentobarbital intoxication, but they were unable to determine if his death was an accident.
Secretary of Public Safety Dan Bennett will be replaced by Department of Correction Commissioner Thomas Turco.
A former Massachusetts federal judge reacts to the major legal issues of the day, including Gov. Charlie Baker's call for a Newton judge to be removed from the bench.