After excessive heat in the Northeast, higher than normal temperatures are expected next week in parts of the Pacific Northwest.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's (MBTA) Orange Line will close for 30 days while track and signal upgrades take place.
Over 20 shark sightings were reported off the coast of Cape Cod this weekend, as warm weather brings the predators and tourists to the region in droves.
Royal author Omid Scobie has questioned whether "a little competitiveness" with Prince Harry has motivated Prince William's recent attention on the U.S.
An estimated 200 people evacuated the train when it caught fire, including a woman who jumped into the river.
Chris Thurman has undergone nine surgeries after falling ill on a family trip. Doctors believe it was caused by eating oysters.
Boston will host the Earthshot Prize awards ceremony with a potential visit from Prince William and Kate Middleton, though this has not yet been confirmed.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu called the group's action cowardly.
The family says they were told by the airline the cat had escaped from its cage and chased a bird while being unloaded from the plane.
An anti-Israel group has released a detailed online map of the greater Boston area to illustrate "how local support for the colonization of Palestine is structurally tied to policing evictions, and privatization locally, and to U.S. imperialist projects worldwide."
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An emperor's carpet that once lay in China's Imperial Palace during the Ming dynasty has been sold for $324,500 at a Boston auction.
Formula shortages have spread across the U.S. after Abbott Nutrition, one of the country's biggest suppliers, closed its plants following infant death reports.
Alishia Hicks told the school nurse that she was ill and used a wheelchair, so she could not arrive fast enough to help her son.
Batali was accused of groping a female patron in 2017 while she took a selfie with him at one of his Boston restaurants.
In a 9-0 decision, the Court decided the city of Boston violated the group's First Amendment right to free speech.
"A moment like this is a nice reminder of why I do what I do," animal control officer Michelle Carlos told Newsweek.
Athletes from Russia and Belarus have not been allowed to participate in the 2022 Boston Marathon—here is why.
A video recorded by the woman captured part of the man's lewd onboard behavior, according to a DOJ statement Sunday.
Chris Rock kept things positive as he performed on the second sold-out date of his comedy show in Boston, days after Will Smith slapped him at the Oscars.
Comedian Chris Rock is set to perform his first show since he was slapped by Will Smith at the Oscars on March 30 at the Wilbur Theater in Boston.
"She is finally here and just ready to live her life," said Darlene Foster, the mother of Bradi Foster, who was born at 25 weeks.
Ticket sales for Rock's shows have continued to increase since Sunday, but a spokesperson for Rock said the Boston shows were sold out prior to the Oscars.
The marine, 23, received numerous honors in his four years of service.
The Illinois Restaurant Association said St. Patrick's Day 2022 is a welcome celebration and should give restaurants and bars in Chicago a much-needed boost.
The 1,000-pound bell was cast in 1834 by Revere's son, Joseph Warren Revere, and has since seen churches in Ohio and spent decades in a California garage.
Marches and protests in residential areas that are not targeting a specific home would not be subject to the rule.
The man is believed to have climbed multiple fences and ignored several warning signs to get to the area.
A private equity firm founder, who was one of dozens of individuals charged in the Operation Varsity Blues scandal, was sentenced to 15 months in prison.
A police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to six charges related to writing a fake traffic ticket after a road rage incident.