President Trump co-wrote the book on making a deal in 1987. But the former businessman couldn't deliver on overhauling health care.
Pat Kelsey was scheduled to meet with reporters on Thursday, but UMass abruptly canceled just before the press conference was set to begin.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
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Stockbridge, Mass. — Cookbook club. It's part book club, and part potluck gathering. Members pick one cookbook a month, claim recipes, and make the dishes.
The bankruptcy filing by KCTS-USA goes along with a 2014 suit it brought against the state. The company said construction delays and a dispute over how many subscribers it would have caused it financial harm. That case has yet to be resolved.
Khalid Masood, 52, was born in Kent. The suspect was once investigated "in relation to concerns about violent extremism," British Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday.
Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg said one possible change to the state's marijuana law could involve who oversees the regulation of pot sales. Voters last year passed a legalization ballot question, which gave control of the Cannabis Control Board to the state treasurer.
Denver City Attorney Kristin Bronson says the presence of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in courtrooms is deterring undocumented crime witnesses, including abuse victims, from testifying.