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Pope Francis today asked for forgiveness over the “evil” sexual abuse of children by priests in the Catholic church.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen, the New Hampshire Democrat who is gearing up for a tough reelection fight, leads all potential Republican challengers, although Scott Brown, who officially entered the race Thursday, would be the most formidable opponent, according to a new poll.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the City of Boston are introducing Boston's greeter pilot program with the goal of making City Hall a more welcoming and helpful place for visitors and residents.
Does a date for $100 or less sound too good to be true? Well, prepare to be surprised because we've put together a list of affordable dates for every state in New England.
NANTUCKET, Mass. (AP) — Police say a 72-year-old man was working as a private contractor at a Nantucket work site when he fell from the scaffolding Thursday morning.
I can't imagine telling my three kids that we're banning all products with sugar. But Eve Schaub hung tough and wrote about it in her new book titled, yes, Year of No Sugar.
Police say a group of about 20 suspects harassed and robbed pedestrians near Downtown Crossing Wednesday night.
President Barack Obama said today he's nominating his budget director, Sylvia Mathews Burwell (right), to succeed Kathleen Sebelius as Health and Human Services secretary.
Facebook has long been slammed for breaching the privacy of its customers in the past, but the company seems to be interested in introducing more privacy-guarding features that should help users bette
Want to take a nostalgic road trip to Queens to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 NYC World's Fair? Here is a guide to the iconic structures still standing.
BOSTON (AP) — Officials today announced a $17.5 million project to place permanent electronic signs on state highways to tell motorists how long their commute will take.
TripAdvisor has revealed its Top 25 Travelers' Choice U.S. Destinations and Boston is ranked No. 14. Find out why.
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda didn't do a good job of hiding what seemed to be pine tar on his hand last night, but don't forget about Clay Buchholz in Toronto last year, writes Tony Massarotti.
While the Federal Aviation Administration holds steady in its attempts to curb drone use, businesses and individuals are imagining new, non-military ways to use unmanned aircraft. From pizza delivery to real estate photography, UAVs seem to be full of commercial potential.
For the second time in as many games, the Bruins lost a late third period lead and fell in a shootout, this time to Winnipeg.
Can't decide where to vacation this year? Look no further than TripAdvisor's sixth annual Travelers' Choice Destinations.
Narendra Modi, front-runner prime minister of India, admitted this week that he is married ... sort of.