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Two men are facing charges after MBTA Transit Police allegedly witnessed them engage in a drug deal while riding the Red Line train near South Station Thursday.
Heavy rain and temperatures in the upper 40s have caused dense fog that could bring visibility down to a quarter-mile or less this afternoon, forecasters said.
A judge ruled that the state will pay for a new psychological assessment of Elsa Oliver, the mother of the 5-year-old boy who is believed to be dead.
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are again asking a federal judge to lift special restrictions on their client.
Is politics going to the dogs in Texas? A retiree named Mike Howard filed paperwork for his 10-year-old Westie named Dylan to run for mayor.
Jonathan Toews, on facing three more #Blackhawks teammates on Sweden: "You might want to win even worse, even more than you normally do."
William Earl, 20, of Mattapan, was arraigned yesterday in connection with the Jan. 9 fatal stabbing of Samuel Constant in West Roxbury, prosecutors said.
Pitchers typically show greater improvement in their second season following Tommy John surgery. John Lackey wonders if that will be the case at age 35 but does expect some extra durability and velocity.
Officials said they're making ""significant progress'' signing up people for health care as they work to fix the state's troubled health insurance website.
Police said a man in his early 20s was shot at the corner of Itasca and Messinger streets in Mattapan and is the 11th homicide of the year in Boston.
Today's dampness with drizzle and cool conditions ends tomorrow with the first of two days of temperatures in the 40s, writes David Epstein.
Who else is pumped about Jimmy Fallon carrying over one of our favorite "Late Night" segments to "The Tonight Show?" Not ew.
SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Nancy Kerrigan stood in front of a group of reporters, voice quivering and hands fidgeting as she described her emotions after watching a one-hour retrospective on the figure skating scandal that shook the Olympic earth 20 years ago.
The Burlington Mall reopened this morning, after a water main break in the mall's parking lot forced the building to close Thursday afternoon, a mall spokeswoman said. The break outside the Sears store caused a Toyota Camry to dip into a sinkhole. The car was towed and no injuries were reported, said spokeswoman Linnea Kelliher. Burlington public works employees and police will investigate the cause of the break. It is still unclear if it was related to the weather, said Kelliher.
Q: I recently began talking with an old high school friend. We both agreed on a strictly physical relationship,...
ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) — A jury has acquitted a North Attleborough High School student of threatening to shoot up his school.