After weeks of investigation, a 243-page report says quarterback Tom Brady was probably "at least generally aware" that the team was using underinflated footballs.
By a 2-1 margin, voters at Monday's Town Meeting rejected a proposed bylaw to prohibit the "display of non-domesticated animals for entertainment"
Woodlyn Joachim's journey to the U.S. began after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Now a student at UConn, she considers herself "both an American me and a Haitian me."
I've had little but B.B. King on my mind lately. The great bluesman has been a constant in my life for the better part of five decades, and while I've been profoundly touched by musicians from a wide range of styles, BB's unique among them, a player who almost overwhelms me with emotion every time I hear him.
Donald Palumbo is the Metropolitan Opera's chorus master. He tells Fresh Air about "stagger breathing," the ways singers protect their voices and his own lack of formal training.
Amherst, Mass. — For the first time, an Armenian student group has organized on the campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Founded this ...
Last year, our commentator reported alone from the front lines in the war against Valentine’s Day, complete with a 17-point list of the basic characteristics of the man she thought she sought. And this year?
One Pittsburgh middle-school teacher is giving his black students a valuable education in social studies. And life.
BOSTON — The incoming president of the University of Massachusetts, Marty Meehan, met Tuesday with Governor Charlie Baker for the first time since Meehan was chosen to lead the five-campus system.
Despite a "good conversation" with Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell, Gov. Rick Scott gets no sign that Florida will receive the more than $1 billion he wants for health care.
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Power struggles between the legislative and executive branches aren’t anything new. But one brewing in Montpelier these days is unique: The administration’s decision to block Internet entertainment sites has spawned a battle between top lawmakers and executive-branch techies.
One of those held is a low-level aide to California's attorney general. The website for the Masonic Fraternal Police Department calls it "the oldest and most respected organization in the 'World.' "