Travel in Boston, MA

When Harvard University admitted several applicants tied to influential donors to its Kennedy School, including someone who had promised to pay for a building in 2013, the school’s dean fired off an e-mail calling the head of admissions “my hero.”

An internal agency memo describes a behind-the-scenes effort by police to void and round up copies of two traffic citations.

Canada on Wednesday became the first major world economy to legalize recreational marijuana use, beginning a national experiment that will present the nation with its biggest public policy challenge in decades.

Calgary’s start (3-2-0) has inspired less confidence, but the Flames are coming off a 3-2 win Saturday at Colorado.

In his first 100 days in office, former coal lobbyist and Acting Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler has spared no time in gutting bedrock clean air, clean water, and public health safeguards. He got off to a terrible start. During his first week in office, Wheeler rolled back protections for coal ash, putting public health in danger and opening the door for more toxic pollution to be dumped into our waterways. He’s followed the same pattern since then.

Dominion Energy Cove Point LLC has decided not to pursue construction of a controversial natural gas compressor station in Bryans Road, the company announced Monday morning.

A letter from St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on the eve of Hurricane Michael