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Top Democrats go face-to-face with Trump. Prison time for Michael Cohen. Theresa May survives a vote, but Brexit remains in chaos. Our roundtable on the week’s news
Freedom of the press. Reporters face jail, violence or worse — how can they be safe? And how can the truth get out? We’ll speak with journalists who have been...
The number of hate crimes reported to the state increased by almost 10 percent in 2017. There were 438 hate crime offenses reported to the state.
A new class at the university aims to give students a voice after critics said the school's efforts to address a sexual assault scandal didn't include students.
The infant has died after she was critically injured in a crash that also killed her 5-year-old sister.
His story offers some insight into how observations of a seemingly mundane high school argument can have a profound impact when placed in the hands of federal immigration officials.
The four former workers were found guilty of performing "ritualized punishments" on teenage boys they were supposed to be caring for.
The top federal prosecutor in Massachusetts talked about a number of issues, including his perspective on immigration enforcement and the ongoing opioid epidemic.
The Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that a man caught during a human trafficking sting was a pimp and should be prosecuted as one.
The Attorney General's office says it's the first time the state has charged a doctor with manslaughter for an opioid overdose death.
Another trooper faces federal charges that he embezzled money by collecting overtime pay for hours that he did not work. Two others agreed to plead guilty in the scandal, while...
Prosecutors have requested three-and-a-half years of prison time for Trump's former personal lawyer.
Dozens of retired state and federal judges are calling on U.S. immigration officials to stop making arrests at courthouses of people suspected of being in the country illegally.
Dozens of pages in the report offer a staggering, damning catalog of adults who ignored reports of Nassar’s criminal behavior.
In a joint ruling, the judge sided with the plaintiffs, who argue that the state law forbidding secret audio recordings of these officials violates the First Amendment.
LePage still disputes the lawsuit's claim that he was censoring critics in a public forum in violation of their civil rights, according to the settlement.
Partisan rhetoric in Washington is intensifying, as new court filings suggest President Trump may have skirted campaign finance laws.
A lawyer for Bulger's estate says he plans to sue the government over the notorious gangster's death.
Ghosn, Nissan's former chairman, was indicted for allegedly understating his income by $43 million. He denies the charges.
Not guilty pleas to charges including motor vehicle homicide were entered on behalf of 42-year-old Autumn Harris, of Boston.