A new report ranks Massachusetts in the bottom 28 percent of the nation on drunk driving laws.
Sources confirm former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn concealed his first interview with FBI investigators.
The commandos performed for Mattis at the conclusion of a two-day visit in which Mattis expressed interest in closer U.S. contacts.
Trump’s move has been widely criticized as threatening the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion.
The interview with Sessions last week makes him the highest-ranking administration official known to have submitted to questioning.
State officials and experts testified that it could take years to fully understand the ramifications of federal tax reform.
The Republican governor is scheduled to submit his election-year spending plan, likely to top $41 billion.
The government shutdown has ended, but Congress has to pass another spending bill while immigration reform waits in the wings.
Around the state, more than 8,637 subsidized apartments have lost their affordability as owners converted to market rents.
See how your Senators and Representatives voted on the resolution to end the government shutdown.
A Senate vote that could end the government shutdown is scheduled for noon.
Visitors to the Springfield Armory museum found the building closed Sunday.
The head of a hugely popular North Korean girl band crossed the heavily fortified border into South Korea on Sunday.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is defending President Donald Trump’s move to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel.
Many also denounced President Donald Trump’s views on immigration, abortion, and LGBT rights on the anniversary of his inauguration.
Here’s a look at what the parties are fighting over and what it means to shut down the government.
The organizers for the Sunday rally are striving for greater inclusion this year, with Latina and transgender female speakers.
The lawmakers and Trump’s White House mounted last-ditch negotiations to stave off what had come to appear as the inevitable.
The $15 million would be included in an approximately $118 million increase in overall state aid to school districts.
All eyes are on the U.S. Senate as lawmakers work to avoid a government shutdown that will begin at midnight if a compromise isn’t reached.