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Police have identified and charged a 16-year-old boy accused of stabbing and slashing 21 fellow students and a security guard at a Pennsylvania high school.
“I am thinking about it, but I am going to continue to think about it for a while," Clinton said on Tuesday in San Francisco.
The Russian government declined FBI requests for information on the Boston Marathon bombing suspect back in 2011, according to The New York Times.
Crews contained an eight-alarm fire that damaged three buildings on Lexington St. in East Boston Wednesday night.
This week's new listings include a sun-filled loft in Boston's South End, a waterfront home in Chelsea, and a renovated Colonial in Braintree with a wood-burning brick pizza oven.
David Ortizs encounter with Neal Cotts in Tuesday nights eighth inning rendered a result typical of the battles between the Red Sox designated hitter and the Rangers reliever. Cotts won, needing only four pitches to strike out the slugger, and to leave Ortiz 0-for-5 lifetime with five whiffs and a walk against the lefty. The Red Sox eventually lost, but as overmatched as he mightve looked in the moment, it wasnt an entirely unproductive plate appearance for Ortiz. That at-bat I had against him the other night, the DH said Wednesday, it helped me out to make some adjustments today. And it worked. Did it ever. Facing Cotts again, this time with the tying and go-ahead runs on the corners in the eighth, Ortiz applied his adapted approach in a most dramatic fashion. A day after being punched out on a pitch away, he turned on a mistake Cotts left thigh-high over the inner half and crushed it the arching blast staying fair long enough to clear the right-field foul pole as it soared deep into the grandstands and made 4-2 winners of the Bronx-bound Sox.
Boston Marathon bombing survivors and law enforcement officials watched the National Geographic documentary Wednesday night.
Citing new evidence, Suffolk County prosecutors have dropped charges against a North End man arrested last month in a February sexual assault in that neighborhood.
An eight-alarm blaze tore through three buildings and a car in East Boston tonight, but all the residents got out safely.
The two men were allegedly burglarizing a Minnesota auto body when a dispatcher said he overheard them discussing the crime.
MassDevelopment has issued nearly $43.5 million in tax-exempt bonds on behalf of Lawrence General Hospital.
While travel exposes us to new cultures, it also exposes us to health and safety risks. Here are some do's and don'ts to keep in mind, so your travel plans don't have an unfriendly interruption.
By 2024 we will consult our personal “Digital Travel Buddy,” take virtual tours of possible destinations, and use search websites that read our expressions, according to a new report.
Derrick Gordon admitting he is gay wasn't met with fanfare. Are we, as a country, anticipating a new normal, wherein athletes can be out?
Recalled forward Ryan Spooner has played 45 games for the Providence Bruins this year, scoring 11 goals and 34 assists with a +13 rating, and was named to the 2014 AHL All-Star team.
A 24-year-old New Hampshire man had the ride of a lifetime this morning, zipping down Route 101 on his motorcycle at 145 miles per hour, New Hampshire State Police said. But the one thing he couldn't get away from was a State Police aircraft.
For just $1,297, you could've attended the three-day Social Media Marketing World convention in San Diego a few weeks ago. Didn't make it? Good, because you spared yourself from having to listen to this depressing song about Klout scores and newsfeeds.
Accused Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev applied to change his name to “Muaz” three months before the attacks, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Former Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis and Watertown Police Chief Edward Deveau testified before the House Committee on Homeland Security.
A doctor says some victims of a stabbing at a high school near Pittsburgh have suffered injuries classified as life-threatening, though all are expected to survive.