The former South African President and anti-aparthied leader died peacefully at his Johannesburg home on Thursday at the age of 95. Many world leaders mourned the legendary icon and statesman.
The construction worker was hurt at a site at Hawley and Summer streets Thursday afternoon, Boston police said.
The health care provider plans to move 4,500 non-hospital employees into a new 650,000 to 700,000 square foot Assembly Row office building.
Newtown police officers responded rapidly and followed policy at last year's Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, authorities said Thursday after conducting a review.
These are a few of our favorite (and not-so-favorite) things about the television production of the 1959 Broadway play.
Opponents of the law banning the sale of bottled water tried for a second time to repeal it, and didn’t even come close to being overturned.
Here are some hub holiday activities, from pet photos with Santa to ugly sweater parties.
If you’re craving change, consider a local drink with international flavor. Here are some cocktails with histories that are rooted everywhere from Italy to Burma.
After a White House statement a year ago claimed the two had never met, President Obama said today that he briefly lived with his Kenyan uncle.
The sisters-in-law of Tamerlan Tsarnaev testified on Thursday before a federal grand jury looking into the attack, their lawyer said.
A judge dismissed charges against Gonzalez, who was accused of abducting his son five years ago in Lynn.
Opinion | Alex Beam
Pope Francis’s refreshing approach seems to have adherents of other religions wishing they had a pope of their own.
Ellsbury never pretended that staying in Boston was a priority. For him, it was always about the money.
The governor wants to block a casino on Martha’s Vineyard by the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah, although he backs another tribe’s casino plan.
A redesign plan for Faneuil Hall Marketplace has surfaced a year and a half later than expected, a delay the landlord says was due to a failed attempt to bring Eataly to Quincy Market.
There’s a better way to celebrate the season than an impressive looking — albeit moderately priced — bottle of wine. Put down that Italian red you can’t even pronounce and choose from our handpicked selection of boozy alternatives. ’Tis the season of indulgence. Embrace it with class!
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