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“New York’s proper-cause requirement violates the Fourteenth Amendment in that it prevents law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their right to keep and bear arms,” Associate Justice Clarence Thomas wrote.

A California man has been federally indicted for allegedly climbing onto the garage of a Norfolk home he had staked out and secretly making a video through the window of an 11-year-old girl’s bedroom window as she changed.

MASSDOT said planned weekend restoration work on the Sumner Tunnel has been postponed, “due to travel impacts created by the suspension of regular MBTA service in the area.”

Everything seems to be coming together at once for the 25-year-old Devers, who has turned weaknesses into strengths and has a more complete understanding of himself as a hitter.

The second and last finalist for Boston Public Schools chief faced a broad range of questions Friday, from why he is qualified for the job to how he plans to establish equity for students of color, English language learners and students with special needs.

After spending 10 days away following another bout with COVID-19, Arroyo returned with a vengeance.

Opinion | In his recent trip to Albania, former Vice President Mike Pence showed world leaders and politicians how they can play a leading role in supporting the people of Iran in their struggle for freedom and democracy.

Opinion | Jan. 6 was indeed, as many people have remarked, a banana republic-worthy event, but the same would be true of a prosecution of a former president.

Opinion | The AMA's over-the-counter (OTC) push is timely, considering the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. Making oral contraceptives easier to obtain, with effectiveness ranging from 91% to 99%, is a logical step.

Opinion | She is the rare political leader to have the sense and courage to change and adjust her position when faced with reality, like the defunding of the police.


The appeals court has sided with the city's public-safety unions, throwing out a lower-court judge's ruling and installing an injunction preventing Mayor Michelle Wu from enforcing the employee vaccine mandate.

Michelle Carter to be sentenced today in teen texting suicide case

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Opinion | One of the first things he will do as governor, Diehl says, is rehire all of the state cops and state employees who Baker fired over the vaccine mandate. Next, he will fire the people who fired them.

Cambridge-based Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine shipped to NIH for testing

Ted Cruz touts Cambridge, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard as immigrant ports of entry under new plan