The nation’s largest wireless companies regularly share with state and local law enforcement authorities thousands of records of cellphone calls and customer locations gleaned from cellphone towers as part of a dramatic expansion of domestic surveillance, according to new industry statistics provided to Congress.
Some snow will continue to accumulate over parts of southeastern Massachusetts over the next few hours, writes meteorologist Dave Epstein.
The MBTA is nothing if not a good talking point. Here are the most memorable MBTA moments, measures, and mishaps of the year.
Want to channel your inner ballerina? Check out a few of these exciting dance events which are coming to Boston this winter.
Fans, friends and car enthusiasts headed to a Los Angeles suburb to pay tribute to Paul Walker at the site where the "Fast & Furious" actor died.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission faces a pivotal week in which it will decide whether or not to keep alive the Suffolk Downs gambling proposal.
The state medical examiner has ruled that the death of a woman found inside her burning Rutland home was a homicide, police said Sunday.
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As Gronkowski was carted off the field, it was hard to feel like he wasn’t waving goodbye to the Patriots’ plans to win Super Bowl XLVIII.
Eliminating the filibuster will make the Senate more partisan and less substantive — in short, more like the House.
A growing number of apps are aiming to turn smartphones into tools that combat distracted driving.
“The Wolf of Wall Street” doesn’t open until Christmas, but in the meantime, we’ve put together 13 of our favorite performances, all of which helped make Scorsese one of the most revered, influential directors to ever emerge from the American cinema.
While thousands of kids may be just fine sitting on Santa’s lap every Christmas season, many are not. They cry, scream, or try to escape. Kirsten from Brighton sent us this photo of her little Santa-phobe. Share your photo!
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