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The nuclear plant is shutting down for good. And Plymouth -- known as "America's Hometown" -- will have to adjust to life post-Pilgrim.
The Sri Lankan government temporarily shut down access to sites including Facebook and YouTube after a series of church and hotel bombings on Easter Sunday.
Some people hold onto their old area codes for sentimental reasons. Others do it for more practical reasons.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate's proposal to check big tech may complicate her relationship with a state that has traditionally been a cash cow for her.
Art and artificial intelligence. How humans and machines are collaborating on paintings, music compositions and more.
Patients languish in pain, waiting for treatment, while their doctors hunt down test results from other hospitals. But Boston can fix this problem, writes Dr. Pranay Sinha.
A new HBO documentary raises questions about the complex case.
Set to debut in November, Disney+ will be the latest in a growing list of potential competitors to Netflix.
The Massachusetts Lottery will replace its IT system Sunday -- for the first time in 20 years.
Why all this effort to see such a rare celestial object? asks Marcia Bartusiak. Studying the black hole may tell us how our galaxy first emerged into the universe.
Grocery store robots are here, roaming the aisles of local stores. But, according to one Walmart employee, they're not quite up to speed just yet.
Central Maine Power's line would allow 1,200 megawatts of Canadian hydropower to reach consumers in Massachusetts to meet that state's green energy goals.
The Wall Street Journal is refocusing the comments section in an attempt to promote better behavior.
There are robots roaming the aisles of Walmart and other grocery stores. Monitoring inventory, cleaning up spills and potentially replacing workers.
A team of over 200 astronomers, including scientists from MIT’s Haystack Observatory, has — for the first time — captured direct images of a black hole. Among other implications, by...
Why is Delta doing so well?
A Florida clinic is using virtual reality to treat veterans and active service members with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Are users seeing a push for social media platforms to regulate extremist content?
Dr. Isaac Kohane, one of the paper's authors and chair of the biomedical informatics department at Harvard Medical School, joined WBUR's Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to discuss the findings....
While Tesla doesn't always meet demand for servicing its cars, Rich Benoit has been filling a void with experimental repairs. He soon plans to open a garage of his own....