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Workers also finished processing tens of thousands of notices from other states about Massachusetts drivers that before sat in storage, resulting in suspensions issued to 1,607 drivers.
The New Jersey senator called for a "comprehensive, 50-state gun safety agenda." His plan would also would limit the number of handguns an owner can buy each month.
Donna Taylor, 37, faces several charges, including assault on ambulance personnel and resisting arrest.
A mother who lived with her children in a squalid home in Blackstone, Massachusetts, has been sentenced to six to eight years in state prison.
A proposal to exempt recordings made from police body cameras from Massachusetts' public records law is being heard by a legislative committee at the State House.
Julie Tejeda, 31, of East Boston, is accused of stabbing an unidentified female EMT as she tried to treat Tejeda in the back of an ambulance Wednesday.
The ACLU of Massachusetts is suing the state Department of Transportation to learn more about how it uses and shares its state driver’s license database for face surveillance purposes.
The Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers has determined that disciplinary charges are warranted against three former state assistant attorneys general for deliberately withholding key evidence.
"There's a peace to them. Perhaps there's an intention with that -- to bring a peace to a tragedy. I think they look so beautiful. They're silencing."
Jeffrey Epstein didn't attend Harvard. But even as he allegedly cultivated a network of underage girls for sex, he amassed a group of friends at the university, and supported research...
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Julie K. Brown, Miami Herald investigative reporter, about billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein's indictment on sex trafficking charges.
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the woman's death.
Mathew Borges, 18, of Lawrence, will be eligible for parole in 30 years under the maximum allowable sentence.
The congresswoman recently visited a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol processing facility in Texas and said her experience prompted her to take action.
Two old rich, white guys, Jeffrey Epstein and Robert Kraft, are accused of sex crimes. Neither should be able to buy their way out of justice, writes Rich Barlow.
How is it that a multimillionaire got a sweetheart deal for sex crimes? New charges are bringing up old questions about Jeffrey Epstein.
We look at some of the major legal issues of the week, including a surprise turn in the Kevin Spacey sexual assault case and the latest on the charges against...
The statement follows reports that federal investigators are using some states' driver's license databases for searching for possible facial recognition matches.
Also Tuesday, officials announced a campaign to reinvigorate the local economy by encouraging people to shop in the area.
A state commission has released its final recommendations about the civil commitment process under the law known as Section 35.