Boston officials have announced that a park proposed to be built along the city's waterfront will be named after the youngest victim of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
Daily fantasy sports companies will address Massachusetts gambling regulators as state leaders weigh new restrictions on the fast-growing industry.
In the town of Brewster, it's lights, camera, and may I have your license and registration?
One person was rushed to the hospital Wednesday morning after being shot twice in the chest. A FOX25 crew at the scene said the shooting happened just before 2 a.m. at Rutland Square at Tremont.
The last testimony could be some of the most damning in the murder trial of Phillip Chism.
Major League Baseball has recommended teams have protective netting between the dugouts for any field-level seats within 70 feet of home plate.
WASHINGTON ? Congressional Democrats called Thursday for hundreds of millions in emergency spending to fight drug abuse but ran into Republican resistance as another health issue spiraled into an election-year showdown.
With the calendar edging deeper into the campaign season, the latest dispute echoes other clashes over whether the federal government should use more taxpayer dollars to contain the Zika virus and help Flint, Michigan, recover from a public health crisis in which its water system has been contaminated with lead.
WASHINGTON ? It was just a tiny, almost imperceptible "chirp," but it simultaneously opened humanity's ears to the music of the cosmos and proved Einstein right again.
In what is being hailed as one of the biggest eureka moments in the history of physics, scientists announced Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space and time that Einstein predicted a century ago.
WASHINGTON ? Protecting the privacy of law-abiding citizens from the government is a pillar of Ted Cruz's Republican presidential candidacy, but his campaign is testing the limits of siphoning personal data from supporters.
His "Cruz Crew" mobile app is designed to gather detailed information from its users' phones ? tracking their physical movements and mining the names and contact information for friends who might want nothing to do with his campaign.
NEW YORK ? Shares of Expedia and TripAdvisor soared Thursday, even though the travel website companies reported differing results for the fourth quarter.
Expedia's results were worse than Wall Street expected as costs piled up related to its acquisition of Orbitz, the company reported late Wednesday. But Expedia, which also runs Travelocity, Hotwire and other travel-related websites, said the number of hotel room nights booked in the quarter rose 39 percent.
CLEVELAND ? The mayor of Cleveland apologized Thursday to the family of Tamir Rice, a black 12-year-old boy fatally shot by a white Cleveland police officer, for the city having sent the administrator of the boy's estate a "decedent's last dying expense" claim of $500 for ambulance services.
Mayor Frank Jackson opened a City Hall news conference by saying, "We want to start off again apologizing to the Rice family if in fact this has added to any grief or pain they may have."