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Bundle Up For Coldest Stretch Of Weather In Boston In Nearly 2 Years, Possible Storm Next WeekThe bitter cold coming Thursday night through Saturday will be the coldest stretch of weather in Boston in a few years with wind chills -10 below or worse at times.
Holyoke Soldiers' Home Trustees, State Disagree On New FacilityA rift has developed between trustees for Holyoke Solders' Home and state officials over plans to replace the facility.
Boston Police Commissioner William Gross Retiring, Dennis White To Take His PlaceBoston Police Commissioner William Gross will retire Friday, Mayor Marty Walsh announced Thursday.
Massachusetts COVID Vaccine Signups For Older Residents Improve On Day 2Though many Massachusetts residents 75 and older struggled to register for their COVID vaccine when the website went live on Wednesday, it appears more are having success a day later.
Watch Live @ 12: Gov. Baker On COVID Vaccine In MassachusettsGov. Charlie Baker is set to provide an update on COVID in Massachusetts.
NASA Marks 35th Anniversary Of Christa McAuliffe's Death In Challenger DisasterConcord, New Hampshire high school teacher Christa McAuliffe and six crewmates were killed when the Challenger exploded 73 seconds after takeoff on Jan. 28, 1986.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
It Happens Here: Popularity Of Hingham's World's End Skyrockets In PandemicWorld's End is a special piece of land in Hingham making this community famous.
COVID Vaccine Registration: Gillette Stadium, Fenway Park Make 20,000 New Appointments Available OnlineMore appointments are rolling out online Thursday at two of the state's mass vaccination sites.
Bishop Feehan Hockey Player AJ Quetta Seriously Hurt During GameBishop Feehan's AJ Quetta is in the hospital following an accident on the ice Tuesday night.
4 Success Stories Highlight Differences In Mass. Vaccine Registration SystemAs so many people 75 and older in Massachusetts struggled to get appointments for their COVID-19 vaccine when they opened up on Wednesday, there were some who were successful.
GameStop Stock Surge 'Can Hurt Real People' Financial Advisor SaysThe hottest stock right now is GameStop and it has nothing to do with the company's performance.

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WorldView: Deadly bus crash in Cameroon; Pakistan to release man convicted of killing U.S. journalistAt least 53 people are dead after a bus crash in the west African nation of Cameroon. In Pakistan, a court ordered the release of a man convicted of killing Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. Poland enacts one of the strictest abortion laws in Europe. And he EU and AstraZeneca feud over vaccine shipments. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joins "CBSN AM" with today's global headlines.
Massive protests as Poland implements near-total ban on abortionsNew restrictions have tightened up what were already some of Europe's strictest laws on the procedure, and the reaction on the streets has been one of fury.
Religious police in Indonesia publicly cane 2 men for having sexHomosexuality is legal in the world's most populous Muslim nation everywhere but the conservative Banda Aceh province, where Shariah law was imposed in 2015.
WHO team finally gets to work in Wuhan tracing COVID's originAs the team urges patience and an open mind after months of delay by Chinese authorities, one expert says it's still a valuable mission.
WHO begins investigation into COVID-19Delegates from the World Health Organization were released from quarantine in Wuhan, China on Thursday. They are in the central Chinese city to investigate the origin of COVID-19. Ramy Inocencio reports.
Biden administration focused on fighting against climate changePresident Biden is planning to make climate a top priority for his administration. He launched a new government effort to fight global warming, signing a series of executive orders. Ed O'Keefe reports.