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This week’s news that the government reportedly tracks cellphone records and taps into Internet databases is only the latest evidence that Americans are being tracked like never before.
The disclosure that the government obtained millions of Americans’ phone records and collected data from some of the nation’s top tech companies has reignited a debate about civil liberties.
State biologists located the animal off Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, the state Department of Fish and Game said.
The Army says it has suspended Major General Michael T. Harrison from his duties in Japan for allegedly failing to report or properly investigate an allegation of sexual assault.
Authorities say a gunman killed at least six people and wounded five in Santa Monica before police killed him during a gunfight.
Shane Victorino will be at Fenway Park and could be activated for the second game against the Angels.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea doused southern New England this afternoon, as forecasters warned of minor flooding.
A grand jury returned the indictment on Friday against Ariel Castro, a former school bus driver accused of kidnapping three women and holding them captive for a decade.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker will announce his intention to run for the seat left vacant by Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s death.
The combination of fried egg and bacon between two slices of glazed doughnut tastes like “pancake and eggs,” one customer said.
“Fossils” captures O’Donovan, who has been known as the singer of Boston’s Crooked Still, sounding more sensual and freewheeling than usual.
“The Kings of Summer” is a stylish and very funny teenage coming-of-age story graced with surreal fringes and a mysteriously hushed core.