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Past and present collided on Sunday when former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney ran into Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, his running mate in the 2012 election.
The United States set a world record in the 4x400 meters relay on Sunday to cap a dominating performance throughout the world indoor championships.
Boston Public Schools have returned what's left of 40,000 condoms donated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to the schools' free condoms program.
Modern-day peeping Toms in Massachusetts, the sorts who get their thrills snapping "upskirt" photos on crowded subways, now have their behavior criminalized.
A Fall River man says he was recording a police officer who was out of control, but instead, he was arrested and his cell phone was seized.
Police detain a participant in the pre-St. Patrick's Day 'Blarney Blowout' near the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Mass.
U.S. senators from Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are among 28 lawmakers who are preparing to hold the Senate floor all night long to urge congressional action on climate change.
Mitt Romney hasn't had a week this good in a while. A week this good in the media, anyway.
Mark Fisher, a conservative Republican and tea party member, is hoping to challenge Charlie Baker for the Republican nomination for governor in Massachusetts.
Andrea Mitchell had Sen. John McCain on her Friday MSNBC program to discuss what can be done to stop Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of the Ukraine when as a parting question Mitchell asked McCain to respond to a swipe Sen. Ted Cruz took at he, former Gov. Mitt Romney and former Sen. Bob Dole , all failed GOP presidential nominees, ... (more)
Massachusetts officials struggling to repair the state's hobbled health care website said Friday they're looking at the possibility of leasing or buying technology from states with functioning insurance sites.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed a bill on Friday updating the state's voyeurism laws, just two days after the state's highest court ruled that a man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of female subway passengers in Boston wasn't violating the law as written.
Approximately 48 hours after the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled state law did not prohibit secretly photographing under a woman's skirt, Gov. Deval Patrick signed legislation to make so-called upskirting illegal.
Boston Public Schools decided to pull thousands of donated condoms from its schools after parents complained about the suggestive messaging on the packaging, according to the Boston Globe.
Not surprisingly Arkansas was in the top 10, which should be read as the bottom 10. But we always are.