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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.
A survey last year found that many girls reported missing or being late to school activities due to menstruation and lack of access to the products.
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.
Court documents reveal that a Coast Guard lieutenant based in Washington, D.C., was planning to murder scores of people.
The University of Illinois Hospital has started providing permanent housing for homeless patients that repeatedly show up in emergency rooms.
Juan Guaidó, who's declared himself the legitimate president of Venezuela, says he'll force aid that's been building up at the border to enter the country.
Actor Jussie Smollett has been arrested on charges he filed a false police report claiming he was the victim of a violent hate crime.
The Trump administration is reportedly forming a new panel to consider whether climate change is a threat to national security, even though recent reports have reached that conclusion.
There are reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is expected to soon release the findings from his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Catholic Church leadership begins a three-day summit in Rome on Thursday to address the church's clergy sex abuse scandal. It's the first time a pope has ever convened bishops to...
A Somerville man died Feb. 10 after a fall on Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
The project would bring relatively low-polluting electricity from Canada’s Hydro-Quebec dam system through Maine to customers in Massachusetts.
Kyle Draper reports on the Celtics for NBC Sports Boston and talked to Bob Oakes to preview the game on Morning Edition.
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A settlement is pending in casino mogul Steve Wynn's lawsuit seeking to block the release of Massachusetts' investigation into allegations of sexual assault.
Skies will clear later today as temperatures warm up to the 40s.
As the administration renegotiates an immigration agreement with Vietnam, some Vietnamese immigrants worry about what this could mean for their status in the U.S.
Section 8 aims to help low-income residents move out of so-called "areas of low opportunity." But some wonder why residents have to leave their neighborhoods to access better opportunities.
Will the Fourth Estate treat the 2020 election as a contest of ideas, or another partisan brawl?