The more than 66,000 votes cast in Boston’s city councilor at-large race will be recounted by hand next month.
More than 100 Democratic members of Congress are demanding the firing of senior White House aide Stephen Miller after e-mails that contain white nationalist sentiments he sent as a congressional staffer were leaked.
Indiana University Condemns Professor’s ‘Vile’ Views About Gay Men, Black Students and Women, But...
Indiana University agreed with critics that a professor's expressed beliefs raised concerns about his ability to teach a diverse student body. When it came to terminating his employment, though, the university claimed its hands were tied.
When Jenn Budd, then 24 years old, first set foot in the U.S. Border Patrol's training academy in Glynco, Georgia, in the 1990s, she knew it would be the start of a life-changing experience.
Beach Water Advisory Issued for Los Angeles County Due to Contamination Concerns Following Recent...
Los Angeles County beaches have been issued with an Ocean Water Quality Rain Advisory due to contamination concerns following recent heavy rainfall in the area.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade wondered aloud Thursday morning if someone in President Donald Trump's administration would "rein in" Rudy Giuliani in the wake of the impeachment hearings against the president.
The hosts of the fifth Democratic primary debate were accused of suppressing candidates Andrew Yang and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard after the two received less speaking time than their rivals.
American's evaluations of the economy are the highest since July, according to a Thursday poll by Gallup of more than 1,000 U.S. residents.
Steven Hoffman, the chairman of the Cannabis Control Commission, knows there are some who are dissatisfied with the smooth, if slow, rollout of recreational marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts.
A culinary arts teacher at an agricultural and technical high school in Danvers was arrested Wednesday afternoon on sexual assault charges, authorities said.