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Funny guy Seth Rogen took on a serious topic before a Senate committee on Wednesday. The 31-year-old "Knocked Up" star opened up about his wife Lauren Miller's mother's early-in-life Alzheimer's disease diagnosis and his family's personal battle with the experience....
Q: Hi Meredith, My longtime boyfriend rocks. We're a great team and we have a loving, supportive, fulfilling relationship....
As state and local police prepare their security plans for this year’s Boston Marathon, runners and other participants are already being warned about new do’s and don’ts for the race, specifically around any area that is part of Marathon events. The Boston Athletic Association, which organizes the race, issued a series of new rules and restrictions today in a mass e-mail to participants of the race.
Nick Malafronte was just 19 when he was paralyzed in a fall into a shallow swimming hole while working at a summer camp in his hometown of Abington. After hitting his head on the sandy bottom, he lay motionless face-down in the water until he was pulled out by lifeguards. Conscious but unable to move, he was med-flighted to Massachusetts General Hospital.
Heavily armed pro-Russia gunmen seized government buildings in Ukraine's Crimea region early Thursday.
The families of two men who were fatally shot in Boston in 2012 filed wrongful death suits against the former Patriot.
The number of stops at the station, which underwent a $13.5 million makeover, will increase from 17 to 40 per day, the MBTA said.
A Framingham resident with a confirmed case of the measles visited their primary care physician's office in Wellesley on Feb. 17, officials said.
Justina Pelletier, 15, will likely remain at a Framingham facility where she's been for the past month, according to two sources.
Trend alert! The current craze spreading across many Mass. towns is proposals to ban items residents find offensive, unhealthy, bad for the environment, or even just annoying.
PHOENIX (AP) -- Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday vetoed a Republican bill that set off a national debate over gay rights, religion and discrimination and subjected Arizona to blistering criticism from major corporations and political leaders from both parties.
Senator Elizabeth Warren warned of the dangers of not carefully considering civilian casualties when ordering an attack on military targets.