Federal prosecutors argued that allowing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to see the photos would “violate the victims’ rights to dignity and privacy and subject them to needless harm and suffering.”
The group said today that its work revealed what happened in the moments after the Big Bang 13 billion years ago. It also said it confirmed a prediction from Einstein’s theory of relativity.
The state will sever ties with the group that created the state’s dysfunctional online health insurance marketplace, an official said today.
Schools and government facilities are closed today in Suffolk County for “Evacuation Day”, but nowhere else in the state observes this “holiday.”
Darrelle Revis, the Patriots’ new cornerback, said he and Bill Belichick have smoothed things over after he called his new coach “a jerk” in 2012.
The same tap-and-go technology used for the MBTA Charlie Card will now be embedded in a Sesame Ring, according to a new report.
A man who rented out his apartment through an online apartment-sharing service returned to a ransacked home from what he called an “XXX Freak Fest.”
Some bars in Boston and New York City are making a point of not serving green beer for St. Patrick’s Day.
Daniel Snay, a 62-year-old on the state’s sex offender registry who won $10 million in 2008, is facing new charges police say he committed with his winnings.
A woman apparently shot herself at the American Firearms School on Saturday afternoon, but her death remains under investigation, police said.
Love them or hate them, the infamous snowy owls that keep finding their way to Logan Airport have reached a new milestone.
Transplant leaders are tackling ethically challenging questions such as which disfigured patients across the country should get priority.
You could spot a difference in the St. Patrick’s Day breakfast right from the start this year: The comedic opening was actually funny.
Somebody forgot to tell NCAA Tournament No. 1 seeds that this was supposed to the Year of the One-and-Done in college basketball.
After weeks of tense negotiations between parade organizers and a gay rights group, the parade proceded with few hints of politics.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital researchers announced they’ve received a $20 million grant to determine whether certain compounds in chocolate can act like a drug to protect our hearts.
Which teams are streaking? Who are the best mid-majors? How far will the locals go? All of these answers here.
At the end of every car model year, a few cars take their final bow and production ceases. Here are five that won’t be around for 2014. But you could still get one off a dealer’s lot before it’s too late.