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In a 90-second video released Monday, Sen. Warren says we need Markey in the Senate "now more than ever."
The roughly 76-mile trek protesting immigrant detention and deportation will take marchers from Boston through Lynn, Danvers and Newburyport, and ultimately on to the Strafford County Department of Corrections in...
Monday's remarks were an effort to move past the fallout from her past claims of tribal ancestry, which culminated in a widely criticized release of a DNA analysis last year.
Can the U.S. buy Greenland?
Daniel DeLima, 51, of Millbury, has been held on $250,000 bail.
The federal government says it has settled its civil case against Carlos Rafael, the former owner of one of the largest commercial fishing operations in the U.S.
Bolivian-born sculptor Pablo Eduardo said it was important that the final work reflect the hopes and expectations of families who lost loved ones.
After nearly two decades, a boil advisory has been lifted from the tiny West Virginia town of O'Toole.
MBTA police say the man, believed to be in his early 20s, was struck in Belmont at about 6:20 a.m. Monday by an inbound Fitchburg Line train.
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James Pindell, political reporter from The Boston Globe, joined WBUR's Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to discuss.
Very humid weather continues today and will carry into the next few days.
The two groups chanted opposing slogans at each other, and at least one fight was broken up by police.
A zipper merge — which is a late merge, using both lanes as long as possible — is often safer and will keep traffic flowing, but it's far from the...
The new plan will restrict my clients' ability to pursue lawful status, writes Sarah Sherman-Stokes. More insidiously, it will also sow deep fear in immigrant communities.
Democratic congressman and presidential hopeful Tim Ryan joins us. We talk about gun violence in his home state, his views on "Medicare for All" and more.
Five years after Ferguson, the national conversation about race and policing is still ongoing – and residents of Ferguson, Missouri, are still searching for answers.
Facial recognition technology is rapidly developing — but so are the methods for tricking and subverting it. We take a closer look.