Iranian Doctor Working With Boston Children's Hospital Held At Logan AirportA research doctor from Iran working with Boston Children's Hospital has been detained at Logan Airport with his family and faces deportation, the hospital confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
NH Doctor, Iranian Wife Reunited At Logan Airport After Travel Ban StayedDr. Omid Moghimi from Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire married his wife, Dorsa, in Iran last year--but she couldn't get into the country until today.
Hingham Man Detained 40 Days In Iran Returns HomeThe Massachusetts man held captive in Iran for 40 days returned home to friends and family Sunday night.
Hingham Native Released After Being Held In IranA Hingham native and Boston University graduate was released after being held as a hostage in Iran.
NightSide Weekend Commentary - Iran Nuclear Deal Is A Bad Deal
NightSide - Attorney Alan Dershowitz Discusses The Iran Deal
Keller @ Large: Who Do We Trust On Iran Deal?Jon looks at why local politicians are on the fence as the president seeks support for a deal with Iran.
In Obama Stronghold Of Massachusetts, Some Unsure On IranWith just over a month before the deadline for Congress to act on an international nuclear deal with Iran, more than half of Massachusetts' all-Democratic delegation is still on the fence, according to a poll of the state's 11 members of Congress by The Associated Press.
Rally Supporting Iran Nuclear Deal Planned In BostonPeace activists are planning to gather on Boston Common to voice their support for a deal struck between the U.S. and other world powers and Iran.
NightSide - Congressman Stephen Lynch Checks In
Mass. Members Of Congress Hail Iran Nuclear AccordMembers of Massachusetts' all-Democratic congressional delegation are hailing a deal struck between the U.S. and other world powers and Iran.
Keller @ Large: Learn A Lot With A Little ReadingThat controversial letter may have been politically obnoxious, but what it said was true.
NightSide Weekend Commentary - Obama And Netanyahu
UMass Reverses Decision To Ban Iranian Students From Engineering, Science ProgramsUMass officials previously said Iranian students would not be admitted to some programs in engineering and natural sciences.
UMass Bans Iranians From Some Engineering, Science ProgramsEffective Feb. 1, the university will not admit students from Iran to certain programs in engineering and natural sciences.