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"The investigation into whether the brick was thrown by someone, and if so by whom, or kicked up from the roadway by another vehicle is... [Read More]
Suzanne Ianni and Mark G. Sahady were arrested at their respective homes, the FBI said Tuesday. Both are accused of storming the Capitol. [Read More]
The cancellation marks the second consecutive year the event has been called off due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. [Read More]
More than two dozen "Chihuahua-type" dogs were removed from a home due to what officials described as unsanitary conditions caused by overcrowding. [Read More]
The congressman said he has "been briefed on very specific threats to members of Congress, different militia groups that are organizing." [Read More]
Police said the suspects stole from Targets in Framingham, Milford and North Attleboro, Massachusetts, as well from one in Warwick Rhode, Island. [Read More]
The $850 million jackpot marks the second-largest prize in the game's history and the third-largest in American lottery history. [Read More]
A neighbor said a woman ran back into the house to try to save her dogs but got trapped. [Read More]
Schools that are fully remote must now provide 40 hours of synchronous learning over a two-week period. [Read More]
Many of the animals were in cages. Firefighters tried to resuscitate three or four of them. However, the rest were already dead. [Read More]
"It is the mass movement sparked in response to police brutality and racism that is the moral compass of the country," one of the organizers... [Read More]
The passenger in the front seat of the Lexus was taken to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. He was later pronounced dead. [Read More]
Authorities said they noticed a large crowd around a 43-year-old motorcyclist shortly before the struggle ensued between the man and police. [Read More]
The strain, which was first reported in September, is far more contagious, though there is no evidence yet suggesting it is any more deadly. [Read More]
Following the May 31 protest, which remained largely peaceful during the day, violence erupted at nighttime. Fifty-three people were arrested. [Read More]
The site was expected to administer 300 vaccines per day and then increase that number to 5,000 per day, officials said. [Read More]
"His heart is so poorly functioning that it pumps only 20% of the blood out of his left ventricle," records said. "His conditions are irreversible." [Read More]
The suspects' Mercedes was the subject of a "be on the lookout" alert in connection with gunfire in Boston early this month, police said. [Read More]
The fire, which swept across two buildings, left two families displaced and significantly damaged both structures, making a house uninhabitable. [Read More]
Police took the suspect into custody after a brief chase. His arrest came after a lengthy investigation, authorities said. [Read More]
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