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A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments from Massachusetts prison officials challenging a court order to provide taxpayer-funded sex-reassignment surgery for an inmate serving a life sentence for murder.
Former President George H.W. Bush was honored Sunday with a Kennedy “courage” award for agreeing to raise taxes to confront a spiraling deficit, jeopardizing his presidency that ended after just one term.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s new book and the affordable care act were just some of the topics she discussed with Jon Keller on this week’s Keller @ Large.
Boston firefighters say it was “inexcusable” that a parked BMW was blocking a fire hydrant near the scene of an 8-alarm fire in East Boston Wednesday night.
Firefighters smashed through the driver and passenger windows to feed a hose through. The hose still had a kink in it, so bystanders helped firefighters lift and bounce the car away from the curb.
A rabies scare has Derry, New Hampshire residents on high alert.
The State Department has issued a worldwide caution, saying al-Qaeda wants to kidnap Americans and other westerners in an effort to get ransom money to finance terror plots.
Hoping to return to Washington by way of New Hampshire, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is using a variation of the state’s “Live Free or Die” motto to argue against President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law.
A 9-year-old student in Colorado who shaved her head to support her friend during a battle with cancer will be allowed to go back to school.
The Caprock Academy school board in Grand Junction, Colorado voted 3-1 to let Kamryn Renfro return to class without a week, despite breaking the public charter school’s strict dress code. Board members said administrators were correct to not let her go to class until the school until they were able to vote on a personal exception for her.
A 70-year-old Boston woman got an unpleasant surprise when she tried to renew her driver’s license.