President Trump continues one on one meetings at the United Nations today after a moment that literally shocked the world.
The coalition of 39 attorneys general will investigate whether drug manufacturers use deceptive marketing.
Independent analysts say the latest Senate Republican bill is likely to leave more people uninsured than the Affordable Care Act.
The chairman of the Senate intelligence committee says Facebook “seems to have been less than forthcoming” with Congress.
Voters in western Massachusetts’ two largest cities voted Tuesday to narrow the number of candidates in races for city government.
“Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and his regime,” Trump said about the North Korean leader.
Races on the ballot included ones for city council and school committee in Springfield, and a single school committee race in Chicopee.
As a candidate President Trump called the United Nations weak- not a friend of democracy now he needs the U.N. to deal with North Korea.
Trump retweeted the video on his Twitter account that appears to have superimposed images of a golf ball that is shown hitting Clinton.
Kim Jong Un has pledged to continue the North’s programs, saying his country is nearing its goal of “equilibrium” in military force.
The proposed constitutional amendment would impose a 4 percent surtax on any portion of personal income exceeding $1 million a year.
More than 1,000 fans of the band Insane Clown Posse are rallying to protest the FBI’s classification of them as a gang.
The state’s committee on Environment, Natural Resources, and Agriculture is currently reviewing public testimony on the bill.
Following President Trump’s meeting with democrats it’s still unclear whether there’s an immigration deal on the table.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection doesn’t comment on pending litigation, said spokesman Carlos Diaz.
The bill provides billions of more dollars for the military while sparing medical research and popular community development programs.
The bill is back on Beacon Hill for the 8th time in the history of the legislature.
Nearly half of Florida was engulfed by Irma, which left flooded streets, damaged homes and displaced residents in its wake.
President Trump denies reported deal with Democratic leaders on DACA solution, details of plan offered by both sides are largely the same.
Governor Charlie Baker signed a law that requires men and women to be paid equally for the same work.