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Watch and listen as the voice actors for Warner Bros. blockbuster three-dimensional animated film, The LEGO Movie mess up their lines.
Boston University Police said they plan to increase alcohol enforcement patrols earlier in the semester than usual.
It may be dreary in Boston, but down in Florida, the sun is shining as the Red Sox prepare to open spring training this weekend.
Officers found a 72-year-old woman covered in blood with stab wounds to her head and torso, police said.
Suffolk County Register of Probate Patricia Campatelli, on leave for allegedly punching a worker, has paid $10,000 for campaign violations.
A Medford man is being held on high bail after he allegedly attacked a 14-year-old girl as she walked home from school in Arlington this week, prosecutors said.
A reflector that was supposed to be embedded in the road flew into the air and smashed a driver's windshield in Wilmington this morning, police said.
The ruling took “reasonable precautions” to protect the ex Patriot's right to a fair trial, the judge said.
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) -- A Massachusetts judge says she found no ethical violations by prosecutors in the Aaron Hernandez murder case, but she did impose a formal gag order to protect the ex-New England Patriot's right to a fair trial.
They are the scientific discoveries that hide in plain sight: the mechanics behind ordinary phenomena such as the physics of bursting soap bubbles or how cats lap up milk. Now, a small team of researchers from MIT and the University of Pierre and Marie Cure in Paris have unraveled the everyday mystery of how hair curls under its own weight.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Alex Rodriguez's spring training locker has been kept open by the New York Yankees.
Three-way merger talks among Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Lahey Health of Burlington, and the Atrius Health confederation of doctors groups have collapsed, the parties are set to tell their employees Friday. The negotiations, begun last April and quietly extended in November, would have created a health care system rivaling Partners Health Care System, the parent of Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women's hospitals, in size and scope. But the parties, while sharing a vision for affordable and more coordinated care, could not come to terms on issues that included leadership, according to people close to the talks. In a joint statement, they said their conversations had been productive but “we have mutually decided to discontinue those discussions ...”