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Regulations to make lobster traps safer for North American right whales may actually be making things worse for the endangered species. [Read More]
Massachusetts leads the nation in equity among black students at public colleges and universities, according to a new report out Tuesday. Topping the list is... [Read More]
A new report forecasts a higher population for Boston in 2030 that previous estimates, spurring the city to encourage more housing development for low and... [Read More]
The poll finds that of the Democrats surveyed, most would vote for Republican Gov. Charlie Baker. [Read More]
The survey was conducted soon after gas explosions and fires affected thousands of residents in parts of the Merrimack Valley. [Read More]
The true beauty lies in taking the likeness of these artworks to places where everyone can interact with them... [Read More]
We can spend the next decade mired in increasingly bitter complaints about traffic and parking, writes Tony Dutzik, or we can spend it building a... [Read More]
Kavanaugh's strategy is to cast himself as the victim, as Clinton and Thomas did before him, writes Susan Gallagher. Whether or not it works will... [Read More]
The fate of the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth was the subject of a meeting Tuesday at the headquarters of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission... [Read More]
The Pilgrims planted the seeds. Now, Massachusetts farmers are reviving a historic hops industry. [Read More]
The measure is opposed by Massachusetts hospitals. Nurses unions are split on the initiative. [Read More]
In most ballot questions, voting 'yes' means making a change to some kind to state law, while voting 'no' means preserving the status quo. Question... [Read More]
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is up on her main challenger, Geoff Diehl, by 26 percentage points. [Read More]
The change has been brewing for a while. Dunkin' began testing the shorter name at a Quincy location eight months ago, and the company now... [Read More]
The lawsuit stems from years of financial misstatements Global Power Equipment Group, a Texas firm formerly run by Ramirez, made in its public filings. [Read More]
In the 19th century, brand-new chemical preservatives revolutionized America's food supply. But nobody knew what the health effects were of these additives. [Read More]
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with University of Northern Colorado sociology professor Cliff Leek, president of the American Men's Studies Association. [Read More]
Benjamin Wittes is one of three legal experts petitioning the district court in Washington, D.C., to release a Watergate-era document they say could be helpful... [Read More]
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger have resigned, raising new questions about the future of Instagram's parent company. [Read More]
President Trump is set to meet Thursday with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, after reports swirled Monday that Rosenstein would be departing the administration. [Read More]