Experts say putting the amount of exercise required to burn off calories on food labels may help drive down obesity rates.
Sales of the cars were down 61 percent for the first three months of the year.
Rules are strict, and older model guns are limited due to regulations, but a versatile assault rifle remains in high demand.
Honda says it mailed multiple recall notices to the Civic owner, but recall repairs were never made.
The FDA has approved the first pacemaker to do away with electrical wires that have long been a shortcoming of internal heart devices.
A Bridgewater State student was shocked to find the tombstone of a War of 1812 veteran in the basement of his apartment.
The nation’s epidemic of addiction is fueling runaway demand for a once-obscure form of housing known as “sober homes.”
Some Muslim and civil rights activists are calling on Massachusetts health and human service agencies to stop participating in a federal pil…
Federal aviation officials will work quickly on regulations that would permit small, commercial drones to fly over people and crowds.
Harvard University’s president has dedicated a plaque that honors slaves who worked on campus centuries ago.
The rivalry between the two top Republicans is intensifying as we head into more high-stakes contests like New York.
The Democratic primary in New York is taking on new importance, after a resounding victory for Bernie Sanders in Wisconsin.
The U.S. Senate is expected to approve a bill which will increase certain security measures at airports and transportation hubs.
The possible exposure of 293 patients to HIV and hepatitis took place more than two years before Baystate Health took over Noble Hospital.
There will be enhanced security checkpoints and dozens of surveillance cameras along the 26.2-mile route on April 18.
School employees learned how to talk about drugs and alcohol with their students. 22News explains the special training they received.