“I pledge to serve out my term,” Senator Warren said today in response to questions about her potential candidacy.
Philip D. Chism was arraigned today and pleaded not guilty to charges that he robbed, raped, and killed Colleen Ritzer.
Andrea Brazier was questioned by Lunenburg police and an FBI agent on Nov. 25, according to a search warrant affidavit filed in Fitchburg District Court.
The approved pay raise will cost $87 million over six years, city officials said.
Boston Children’s Hospital researchers may have found a new method to cure peanut allergies—even for those most at risk for deadly allergic reactions.
The population of Massachusetts will grow dramatically older over the next two decades, with one in five residents over the age of 65 by 2030, according to a new demographic forecast.
Will Ferrell told students he was "literally in a glass case of emotion" as Emerson temporarily named its communication school after his "Anchorman" character.
Middleton’s longtime hair stylists told Vanity Fair that the duchess recently sat for a six-hour session with the team that cost $984.
Recordings of calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting showed dispatchers calmly responding to callers and assuring them help was coming.
David Durling, 49, of Plympton may lose his license for life if convicted, authorities say.
A number of entrepreneurs who have earned MBAs from Brandeis University have looked to use the power of innovation and markets to effect social change.
Some state positions don’t seem to have a weighty function or truly important purpose.
A look at what seven gubernatorial candidates have to say about repealing the Massachusetts casino law.
"Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker was killed by impact and fire in a crash that occurred while he was a passenger in a Porsche driven by his friend, according to an autopsy released Wednesday.
About 2,000 people packed the gymnasium bleachers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the Friday after Thanksgiving (FAT) Chain Reaction Event.
Meet 20 dogs across Massachusetts who have the most popular names, according to the data we have collected from 13 towns. Find out where the pooches live as well as fun facts about them.
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