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Frigid Air, High Winds Sweep the Northeast; at Least 6 Dead
CONCORD, N.H.—Falling temperatures replaced the weekend's falling snow Jan. 21 as bitter cold and gusty winds swept across the eastern United States. The National Weather Service had forecast that temperatures ...
January 21, 2019
The Associated Press
Boston Blizzard: How it Melts Matters as Much as How Much Falls
After the record snowstorms stop in the New England region, how much flooding is expected?
February 13, 2015
Hurricane Irene May Hit Carolinas, Northeast
Irene became a Category 3 hurricane and took aim at the North Carolina Outer Banks and New England ...
August 24, 2011
Massachusetts Jobless Rate Well Below National Average
According to a recent release issued by the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, the unemployment rate ...
August 24, 2011
Flash Mobs Prompt Philadelphia Mayor to Crack Down
Flash mobs, as they are dubbed, prompted Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter to issue curfews. The so-called flash mobs ...
August 15, 2011
Internet, Child Predation, and State Power: A Dilemma
When the Internet becomes a facilitator of child predation, for instance, in the all-too-familiar cases where a child ...
July 17, 2011
Vermont Uses Disaster Clean Up to Create Jobs
Vermont is turning the lemons of a natural disaster into the lemonade of jobs for unemployed people.
July 6, 2011
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
The Flower Show of a Lifetime
The biggest, most spectacular, once-in-a-lifetime flower show just concluded at the Seaport World Trade Center venue in Boston.
June 22, 2011
Epoch Times Staff
Protesters Blow Whistles Over Wikileaks Subpoenas
Nearly 100 whistles, blowing to the beat of two base drums in Boston on June 15 after some ...
June 16, 2011
Senator Brown Opposes Ryan’s Plan for Medicare
The Republican budget that has recently been presented by the house has been under debate. Senator Scott Brown ...
May 25, 2011
Eisenhower Fellowships Promote International Understanding
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Colin Powell presented an award to Mr. Jeffrey Koo last week. It was ...
May 24, 2011
Boston Public Library Marks Civil War Anniversary
This month the Boston public library will begin an eight-month commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil ...
May 11, 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
Philadelphia Firefighter Rows for Autistic Children
Braving spring's whimsical weather and currents on the East Coast, a Philadelphia fireman has been rowing an open ...
May 1, 2011
Boston Mayor Recognizes Green Initiatives in the City
Boston's Mayor Thomas M. Menino, awarded his 5th Annual Mayor's Green Awards to local businesses, residents, and innovators ...
April 20, 2011
Lobster Shells: Golf Balls Made of Discarded Shells?
Lobster shells are usually just thrown into the trash bin but scientists have discovered that they make effective ...
April 18, 2011
Switchblades OK for One-Armed Maine Residents
Maine lawmakers have approved of a new law that allows one-armed residents to carry switchblades.
April 10, 2011
Utah Designates Browning M1911 as State Gun
Utah added another official state symbol to its list, which includes the state fruit, cherry, and the state ...
March 20, 2011
West Point Begins Training to Combat Insider Threats
In efforts to prevent intrusions such as the Wikileaks, Pfc. Manning incident, West Point students will train to ...
March 10, 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
Cigarette Smoke in Housing Units Unsafe
In a study conducted by the University of Rochester and Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, new data supports ...
March 2, 2011
Shrimp Season in New England Ends Early
The shrimp season in New England ended about a month and a half early in 2011. The season, ...
March 1, 2011
The Nor’easter: To Wal-Mart or Not to Wal-Mart
While New York City Council members continue to condemn a new Wal-Mart, the retail giant makes its most ...
March 1, 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
The Nor’easter: Republicans Trumped
Will real estate mogul Donald Trump really run for president? He flirted with the idea in 1988 and ...
February 16, 2011
Punxsutawney Phil to Appear for Groundhog Day Despite Storm
Punxsutawney Phil, the famous Pennsylvania groundhog, will make his iconic appearance despite severe weather conditions.
February 1, 2011
US Pension Money Flows Into Blacklisted Chinese Companies
Defense Secretary Mark Esper Says He Won’t Cooperate With Impeachment Inquiry
Prominent Hong Kong Protest Organizer Attacked for Second Time
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Left-Wing Groups Seek to Sell Impeachment to American Public
Gabbard, Buttigieg Clash Over US Military Involvement in Other Countries
Bernie Sanders at Debate After Heart Attack: ‘I’m Healthy’
Trump Vetoes Resolution That Would Block National Emergency Funding for Border Wall
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