Gruesome and heroic war stories may sell a lot of movie tickets, but in real life, soldiers seldom like to talk about their experiences on the battlefield. At least not with civilians.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering e-cigarette regulations, while states debate their own rules.
Massachusetts officials say the number of homeless people in the state rose about 14 percent between 2010 and 2013. That’s despite a national trend heading in the other direction.
In college athletics, Division I teams garner much of the attention, money and scandal associated with the NCAA.
Red Sox owner John Henry is declining to comment on a published report that he’s close to selling the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
Mohegan Sun appears to be looking outside of Palmer, Massachusetts to build a casino .
Massachusetts legislators were thrown a curveball just after giving final approval to a tribal gaming compact with the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe.
It’s Veteran’s Day. Politicians, families and America’s veterans themselves are gathering at cemeteries, monuments and memorial parks.
Voters in Boston Tuesday are electing their first new mayor in twenty years. Either City Councilor John Connolly or state Rep. Marty Walsh will succeed the retiring Tom Menino.
Students applying to colleges and universities have faced problems with the widely used Common Application this year. That has some New England schools pushing back deadlines.
Harvard University and Amherst College had a tiff this month, just as the schools rolled out a new website.
Bars will be rowdy and Fenway Park will be packed tonight for Game 1 of the World Series. The American League champion Red Sox host the National League-pennant winning St.
New numbers from Connecticut’s health care exchange show about 3800 people completed the entire enrollment process in the first two weeks of the Affordable Health Care Act.
The Boston Red Sox are in Tampa Bay on Monday for game three of the divisional playoff series against the Rays.