While speaking at Harvard University on Thursday night, Joe Biden joked that being vice president is “a b—.”
Federal authorities sent a bulletin to U.S. law enforcement Friday in light of the threat concerning militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), according to CBS News.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering a ban on electric shock devices used on teenagers and adults with disabilities at a school in Canton.
Gov. Deval Patrick said the Boston Marathon will be ‘very safe’ Monday as the city and several towns prepare for the first annual race since last year’s terrorist attacks.
The White House said President Obama had no idea his now famous “selfie” with David Ortiz was an orchestrated marketing stunt.
Federal law enforcement officials debated whether to release photos that led to the capture of a suspect in last year’s bombing at the Boston Marathon, an FBI official has told CBS News.
FBI agents looked at nearly 13,000 videos and more than 120,000 photographs before finding the one video clip that eventually led them to the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
The young reporter at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram was about to have a brush with history.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Joe Mathieu spoke to his predecessors Morton Dean and Gary LaPierre about their recollections of that tragic day and the days that followed.
In the latest installment of the WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Business Breakfast series, WBZ’s Joe Mathieu led an in-depth conversation with John Miller, Senior Correspondent for CBS News.