President-elect Joe Biden's COVID-19 task force boasts a number of impressive names, from former U.S Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and former FDA Commissioner David Kessler to Rick Bright, the former head of the vaccine-development agency BARDA, and Celine Gounder, a physician with long exper…
How much is that doggie on the computer screen?
If you were thinking of taking a vacation in the midst of a pandemic — and who couldn’t use a vacation from this pandemic? — you might be disheartened by looking at the map of America as seen from Massachusetts.
Gov. Charlie Baker gets 10 days to absorb the police reform bill passed by the state House and Senate on Tuesday. He must decide whether to sign and make it law, send it back with changes for lawmakers to consider, or veto it entirely.
At some point next year, many residents from the region will starting slipping back into their cars or standing on the commuter rail platform to resume the trek to their workplaces in Greater Boston.
CHEERS to all of those in the Merrimack Valley who helped others celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday last week by delivering meals and other treats.
In 2021, hundreds of millions of people will be vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2. The success of that COVID-19 vaccination campaign will heavily depend on public trust that the vaccines are not only effective but also safe.
President-elect Joe Biden promised to forgive at least some student debt during his campaign, and he now supports immediately canceling $10,000 per borrower as part of COVID-19 relief measures.
Imagine being young and healthy, a nonsmoker with no preexisting health conditions, and then waking up one morning feeling like you were being suffocated by an unseen force.
In the many celebrations, reflections and histories of Plymouth colony, the settlement’s gender dynamics often get short shrift.
Editor’s Note: John Hancock, third governor of Massachusetts, issued this proclamation of a day of thanksgiving to be observed Dec. 11, 1783. It was issued following the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War, and the observance would roughly coincide with the British evacuation of New York.