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Health activists want Massachusetts health officials to release data they hold about the risks of cellphones and other wireless technologies.

A report says the General Services Administration improperly ‘‘ignored’’ the US Constitution when it green-lit President Trump’s management of his Washington hotel after his 2016 election.

An exhaustive, frankly shocking account of all the unmitigated havoc the group wrought over the course of a month.

Coding is as fundamental as writing, reading, and arithmetic, and we need to start teaching it to young children.

A new exhibition dives into an under-explored trove of the museum’s collection, with what appears to be a mea culpa: We’ve done too little, for too long. That changes now.

Despite their critics, the New England Patriots are playing in their 8th consecutive AFC Championship. A victory on Sunday would mean a third straight Super Bowl appearance.

Steve Coogan portrays Stan Laurel, John C. Reilly plays Oliver Hardy.

In time for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Sage Stossel envisions a contemplation of the country’s greater and lesser Kings.

Senate tourism committee chair Nancy Binay says the government should plan well the rehabilitation of Manila Bay before its implementation, as threats of closing down establishments for the clean up can spook investors.

BOSTON (AP) — Kyrie Irving hit a foul-line fadeaway to give Boston the lead, then hit a 31-foot 3-pointer to finish with 27 points and...

NEW YORK (AP) — A hamburger a week, but no more — that’s about as much red meat people should eat to do what’s best...

Left wing Peter Cehlarik scored twice in his first game of the season, but Boston has now lost three of its last four games.

NEW YORK (AP) — Sears will live on — at least for now. Its chairman and biggest shareholder, Eddie Lampert, won tentative approval for a...

It took just over six months, but Cristiano Ronaldo has won his first trophy with Juventus.

Australia telco claims its new rapid restoration service will reduce outages on subsea cables to under 30 minutes.

Scholar Stephanie Paulsell discusses her forthcoming book, “Religion around Virginia Woolf,” in which she explores religious elements in the work of one of literature’s most noted atheists.