Demonstrators from several area organizations, including Veterans for Peace and Mass. Peace Action, gathered on Boston Common to express their concerns about U.S. involvement in the Iraq conflict
The situation in Iraq is spiraling out of control, pushing the country to the brink of civil war.
Islamic extremists have taken control of several major cities, and are threatening to move toward Baghdad. They want Iraq to be run by strict Islamic law, and seem to be better equipped and organized than ever.
The police commissioner in a small New Hampshire town is refusing to apologize for calling President Obama the “N-word.”
82-year-old Robert Copeland sat with his arms crossed, while dozens of people demanded his resignation during the commission’s monthly meeting in Wolfeboro Thursday. The police commission is responsible for hiring, firing and disciplining police officers in the town of 6,200 people.
April 26, 2014 To some mothers, this coming Mother’s Day will not be about them, it will be about something they consider to be a much greater cause! On Wednesday May 7th, mothers from around […]
President Barack Obama’s half-aunt Zeituni Onyango, who lived for years illegally in South Boston, has died, according to according to one of the attorneys who later helped her win asylum and obtain a green card.
Boston-based Jobs for the Future is the only national program to win a grant from the Youth Career Connect funds.
While he didn’t play on Monday, Jonny Gomes was front and center at the White House Tuesday, showing up in an American flag suit.
President Barack Obama plans to deliver the commencement address at Worcester Technical High School’s graduation in June, the White House confirmed on Thursday.
It’s been viewed more than 8 million times, and tens of thousands of people have visited the Healthcare.gov website after watching it.
President Obama made his latest pitch to young people to sign up for his health care plan by appearing on actor Zach Galifianakis’ “Between Two Ferns” comedy show on the website Funny or Die, in an effort to reach people ages 18 to 34.
A middle school student from Manchester By The Sea received quite an honor on Friday.