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From natural disasters and everyday accidents, the Stop the Bleed campaign encourages bystanders to become trained and equipped in an emergency situation.
Economic anxiety. Trump’s new migration policy. The G7 rendezvous in France. Greenland stands its ground. The roundtable is here.
A 30-year-old Dorchester man says he was called the n-word by a driver who proceeded to hit him with an SUV and then flee the scene.
Authorities say Chung knowingly possessed cocaine on June 25 while in Meredith, N.H.
A new law in the U.K. offers a template for how the U.S. might monitor and regulate hate speech, making the internet and the world safer for all of us,...
The Trump administration moves to end the Flores agreement. They say it’s to keep families together in detention, but now they could be detained indefinitely.
Attorney General Peter Neronha said he was "committed to getting this right" as his office investigates how some protesters were struck by a pickup truck driven by a corrections officer...
In a public letter released Wednesday, 10 Boston city councilors said the Boston Calling decision has effectively criminalized elected officials who advocate for constituents.
The U.S. attorney is charging them with conspiracy and obstruction of justice -- accusing the two of running a scheme that gathered thousands of dollars in illegal kickbacks.
Swatting is an occasionally deadly form of online harassment involving a hoax call to police and a SWAT team rushing to the house of an often unaware victim.
The FBI is investigating ransomware attacks on 22 cities and towns in Texas.
Dana Pullman, retired head of the Massachusetts State Police union, and Anne Lynch, a Beacon Hill lobbyist, were arrested at their homes Wednesday.
Massachusetts' "red flag" law does not allow physicians and other licensed clinicians to petition the court for the removal of a gun. The law should change, writes forensic psychiatrist David...
The illicit market for pot is hot in some states where weed is legal. We look at why.
Jermaine Taylor had been charged with criminal sexual assault. Instead he pleaded guilty to securing the woman's handcuffs too tightly.
"Saving lives is so important, by keeping guns out of the hands of people who are dangerous to themselves or others," Blumenthal, D-Conn., said.
Officer Daniel Pantaleo, whose chokehold led to Eric Garner’s death in 2014, was fired.
Congress readies to take up a slew of new gun-violence measures in September. We look at what’s on the table and what gun laws states are passing on their own.
Dozens of parole and probation leaders around the country are joining forces to try to improve the policies that govern the supervision of about 4.5 million people.
The New York Police Department decided to fire Daniel Pantaleo, the white police officer who was involved in the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner.