Colleges across the country are urging their international students to avoid traveling outside the country.
The ACLU is encouraging people to contact them for legal help before they sign any paperwork.
Starbucks would help support coffee growers in Mexico, provide health insurance to eligible workers.
Faith leaders who support the president’s executive order as a way to fight terrorism have been far less vocal.
The Atlanta-based airline is responding to customer complaints on Twitter.
Lawmakers say there remain many questions about whether to allow the tribes to open the first casino in Connecticut on non-reservation land.
No timetable has been announced, though the princes hope the statue will be unveiled this year.
Some customers paid more than they had to, knowing that 25% of the profit would go to helping the families.
Kalanick said in a Facebook post that the ban could hurt “thousands” of Uber drivers and he will raise his concerns with the president.
Thousands of protesters have gathered in Boston to call for an end to the ban of travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations.
The directive did not address homegrown extremists already in America, a primary concern of federal law enforcement officials.
It’s a suspected drowning, the victim was fishing with a friend and got separated.
Almost 50 years later, New York state is betting big on the future of Nine Mile Point, one of the nation’s two oldest nuclear plants.
The new law calls for nearly 20 different types of licenses, including permits for farmers; delivery services.
Sunday was FAFSA day at American International College in Springfield. FAFSA meaning Free Application for Federal Student Aid day.
New England Patriots fans will have one more chance to see the team and wish the players luck before they play in the Super Bowl.
Police from Bourne and Middleborough responded to a call about debris in the northbound lane of Route 495 shortly before 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
They say there were no immediate indications of a violent crime at the garden house.
Right now lawmakers are considering rail service that could take you from Springfield to Boston.
Massachusetts State Police say the truck was going northbound on Route 495 when it went out of control and crashed around 11:45 p.m. Saturda…