When Red Sox owner John Henry won the bidding to purchase the Boston Globe this summer from the New York Times, there was great fanfare.
The federal government shutdown is being felt across the country in big and small ways. The debate, according to William “Mo” Cowan, is about whether the U.S. is moving forward or backwards.
As the countdown to a government shutdown continues, state officials face ramifications at home. Massachusetts Gov.
Governor Patrick visited Springfield’s Zanetti Montessori Magnet school celebrating their academic improvements.
President Barack Obama has nominated Hampden County District Attorney Mark Mastroianni to fill a U.S. District Court vacancy.
Officials continue to investigate how Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis was able to receive and maintain a security clearance.
A big name jumped into the race for Massachusetts governor Monday.
As President Obama gets ready to address the nation, White House officials are briefing members of Congress. That’s even though a vote authorizing an attack against Syria may not take place.
Massachusetts no longer requires people taking the bar exam to get advance permission to wear something on their heads for religious or medical reasons.
In some countries, foraging for wild mushrooms is akin to going fishing here in the states.
In a new study, psychology researchers at UMass Amherst look at how same-sex couples who adopt children compare with heterosexual couples who adopt.
The Iraq and Afghanistan wars have introduced the phrase counter insurgency into U.S. jargon. And there is plenty of criticism about the way it’s been implemented in both wars.
The building collapse in Bangladesh has renewed the discussion about working conditions around the world.
Sexual misconduct in the military has been discussed more openly of late.
A collaboration between students in an investigative journalism class at UMass Amherst and the Huffington Post hopes to shed light on the issue of sexual assaults on college campuses.