WBUR enters the podcast game with “Dear Sugar Radio,” which focuses on frankly dispensed advice.
Syfy, you are so weird — I mean silly — I mean campy. In the latest Syfy original, “Christmas Icetastrophe,” an explosive wave of ice crystals engulfs a small town. That sounds so very pretty — I mean scary — I mean stupid — I mean funny
Nathaniel Kibby faces more than 200 charges, including sexual assault, for allegedly kidnapping a 14-year-old girl and imprisoning her for nine months.
Caret has been appointed to lead the University of Maryland system, officials in Maryland announced.
Twelve others associated with the Framingham compounding pharmacy blamed in a 2012 meningitis outbreak were also arrested.
Federal prosecutors allege that the pharmacists who ran the New England Compounding Center essentially ran it like a criminal enterprise.
“They deliberately sold a product that was tainted,” said a family member of a victim who died.
In January, the disgraced player will be back in the same news cycle as his old team.
With its decision to not release “The Interview,” Sony may have emboldened other people bent on threats and intimidation.
Globe music critic James Reed rounds up the 10 most offbeat items he found for sale at concerts this year.
One of Dr. Piero Anversa’s papers investigating the heart’s ability to regenerate itself was retracted earlier this year.
Incoming Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell pledged on Wednesday to do all he can to stop President Obama’s coal plant regulations.
Companies are trying to avoid a repeat of last year’s debacle, when more than one million packages weren’t delivered in time for Christmas.
The extremist group is trying to match the Islamic State’s terror strategy.
PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Pakistan’s army chief, Gen. Raheel Sharif, traveled to Afghanistan on Wednesday to seek help in locating the Pakistani Taliban commanders who orchestrated the massacre at a Peshawar school Tuesday in which 148 people, mostly schoolchildren, were killed.
Deanne Hamilton, 49, is the first person in Massachusetts to have a sentence commuted in 17 years.
In 2013, UPS and FedEx were forced to apologize after an estimated 1 million packages were delivered later than promised.
ArtLifting promotes and sells artwork by homeless and disabled individuals.