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Massachusetts’s Solar Energy Future is Vibrant and on Target
The growth of Massachusetts's solar industry today was a result of the Patrick-Murray administration's portfolio of forward thinking ...
June 30, 2011
College Degrees Still Worth the Investment
Though the May Department of Labor jobs report showed an anemic 54,000 new jobs and an unemployment rate ...
June 8, 2011
Boston Terror Drill Biggest, First
Boston was the nation's first large-scale terrorist/disaster drill, according to the mayor's office.
May 25, 2011
Mitt Romney’s Health Care Dilemma
Mitt Romney defended his signature universal health care legislation enacted five years ago in Massachusetts but rejected President ...
May 16, 2011
A Gripping Glimpse Into Human Rights Atrocities in North Korea
Although movie cameras are not allowed inside North Korea to record scenes of starvation and mass suffering at ...
May 13, 2011
The Perilous Road of China’s Human Rights Lawyers and Defenders
The Harvard University Human Rights Journal's 10th annual symposium dedicated this year's meeting to human rights lawyers and ...
May 1, 2011
Harvard Journal Devotes Meeting to China’s Rights Activists
The Harvard University Human Rights Journal's 10th annual symposium dedicated this year's meeting to the courageous human rights ...
April 29, 2011
Mass. Governor Says Health Care Reduces Costs
BOSTON—Massachusetts became the first state to implement universal health coverage five years ago. Its plan, developed under then-Gov. ...
April 20, 2011
Banned in Boston: Sugary Drinks
It began as a fight against obesity among children and youth, with a 2004 ban on junk food ...
April 10, 2011
Christian Science Center Designated as a Boston Landmark
The complex is a collective of buildings and landscapes constructed individually from the late 19th century to the ...
March 31, 2011
DHS Head Calls for Science in Public Service
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano outlined the ever-changing challenges Homeland Security faces.
March 15, 2011
Obama Praises Boston School’s Success
President Obama, along with Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Secretary of Education ...
March 8, 2011
MIT Celebrates 150th Birthday
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is celebrating its Sesquicentennial with a packed roster of academic events, programs, symposiums, ...
February 25, 2011
Boston’s Homeless Population on the Decline
In a time of sustained unemployment and foreclosures, it is hard to imagine emergency shelters in a major ...
February 17, 2011
Boston Plans to Raise Taxes on Nonprofits
BOSTON—As cities and towns across the nation face increasing budget shortfalls, many are frantically searching for alternative sources ...
January 30, 2011
Bald Eagle Recovery Plan in Vermont
The bald eagle, once nearly extinct in the lower 48 states, are making a comeback, thanks to conservation ...
January 6, 2011
Invasive Insects Threaten Northeast Hemlocks
A "light touch" of hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) was discovered at Vaughan Woods State Park in South Berwick.
December 23, 2010
Report Ranks Health of States, Nation
“America's Health Rankings” released 21st annual comprehensive state-by-state report of nation's health last week.
December 16, 2010
Climate Change Tracking Tool to Launch in Several Cities
Eight cities and counties have been chosen to be the first communities to participate in the nation's first ...
December 2, 2010
Yale-Led Study to Examine Post-Combat Trauma Among Women Veterans
A new study focuses on the gender difference of how female and male military combat veterans readjust to ...
November 18, 2010
Boston Offers Solar Incentives, Tools
An early signatory to the U.S. Conference of Mayor's Climate Protection Agreement, Boston's Mayor Thomas Menino has created ...
November 10, 2010
Urban Customers Can Now Text Waiters for Better Service
TextMyFood, LLC of Cambridge Massachusetts launched a new way to order your food and get better service.
November 4, 2010
The Rising Popularity of Farmers Markets in Massachusetts
Governor Deval Patrick proclaimed Aug. 22—28 as Massachusetts Farmers Market Week.
September 12, 2010
New Hampshire Beaches Rated Top in Nation for Water Quality
New Hampshire beaches are among the nation's cleanest.
August 8, 2010
A Framework for the U.S. Energy Challenge
As the featured speaker for the prestigious Compton Lecture Series at the Massachusetts Institute...
May 14, 2009
US Marshals Recover 45 Missing Children During Human Trafficking Sting
Biden Says He Will Collaborate With China If Elected
Trump Campaign Asks Supreme Court to Block North Carolina Mail-In Ballot Extension
NYPD Officer Suspended Without Pay After Saying ‘Trump 2020’ While on Duty
Beijing Sanctions US Defense Manufacturers Over Arms Sales to Taiwan
, Epoch Times
Original Draft of Flynn Interview Report Destroyed Based on Policy, DOJ Says
White House to Host Swearing-In Ceremony for Barrett on Monday Night
US Elections Will Help Shape India-China Conflict: Experts
, Epoch Times
Biden: Son’s Email Leak Is a ‘Smear Campaign,’ Again Says Its Russian Disinformation
White House Chief of Staff: US Will ‘Defeat the Virus’ but Can’t ‘Control It’