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Palestine solidarity activists launched the 10th annual Israeli Apartheid Week in North America and the UK last week, as their counterparts around the world prepared to mobilize throughout the month of March.
Massachusetts lost 4,500 jobs in January after the state last year saw the largest increase in jobs since 2000, but experts and state officials said last month's losses are not a predictor of the entire year.
Mount Wachusett Community College President Daniel Asquino wants campus police officers to start carrying firearms, citing concerns about school shootings on the national level.
Speech scientist Rupal Patel creates customized synthetic voices that enable people who can't speak to communicate in a unique voice that embodies their personality.
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Previous studies have suggested that men's sexuality can be judged by their appearance, but a new study shows a similar experiment also works for women too.
Expert pistol shooter Dave Roberts of Vineyard Haven takes aim during a past event at the Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club shooting range.
Drug overdoses are reportedly on the rise both locally and nationally. The Massachusetts State Police has reported 185 fatalities since Nov. 1, which doesn't include the large cities of Boston, Springfield, and Worcester.
James Gozzo, who is stepping down as president of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, will become a faculty member after taking a one-year sabbatical.
Eight Northeastern University graduate students will share their research via interactive concept maps as part of the public speaker series at the Northeastern University Marine Science Center, 430 Nahant Road, on Tuesday.
"The College Board cannot stand by while some test-prep providers intimidate parents at all levels of income into the belief that the only way they can secure their child's success is to pay for costly test preparation and coaching," said David Coleman, president of the not-for-profit College Board.
Black chef who accused Paula Deen of racism cooks her own goose: Woman fired by star is now broke while TV cook rides high and crows over $75million comeback 'I'm taking the coward's way out': Man kills himself after DNA evidence links him to brutal murder and sexual assault of his friend's mother 30 years ago American, 22, found strangled to death ... (more)
A new study by Northeastern University finds that the concept of "gaydar" has some truth to it.
Postdoctoral psychology researcher Maria Gendron travelled to Namibia to investigate whether individuals from non-Western cultures recognize the same emotions as Westerners do in facial expressions and vocalizations.
Dubbed hitchhiking in the air, Flytenow is a service that matches pilots of small planes with people who want to ditch major airlines and experience the thrill of riding in such close quarters.